Assistant Professor of Business and Economics
Charles Meyrick is an assistant professor in the Business Department. His focus is on Economics and Finance.
Charles began teaching in 2009, after spending 34 years in Finance in IBM. His work at IBM took him to Europe, Asia and Mexico. This included overseas assignments in Paris and Tokyo. His experience spans financial analysis, pricing, planning , credit analysis and competitive intelligence. He served as a capital planning manager in Austin, Texas; was responsible for approving real estate projects in the Real Estate and Construction Division of IBM; was responsible for implementing credit processes in IBM Japan, Korea, Thailand, the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of China.
Charles has been published in Competitive Intelligence, the magazine of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals. He holds a BA from Wake Forest University and an MBA from Boston University. While working for IBM, he was selected to attend the Graduate Accounting Review at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.
In his spare time, Charles likes to read and play videogames. His current favorite economist is Frédéric Bastiat.