Charles A. Rarick, Ph.D.

Professor of International Business

Charles Rarick

Introduction

Charles A. Rarick is a professor of international business in the College of Business. His teaching responsibilities include undergraduate, MBA and EMBA courses.

 

Research Overview

Rarick is the author of over 75 scholarly articles and five books.

I hope to create a curious and thoughtful orientation in my students about the world in which they live.

Publications

Rarick, Charles A., C. Barczyk, and A. Angriawan. Underbanked and Foreign Reserve Deficient: Is Cryptocurrency the Strategic Alternative for Small South Pacific Nations? Journal of Accounting and Finance, 19(6), 2019.

Rarick, Charles A., C. Barczyk, G. Winter, and A. Angriawan. The Displaced Syrian Diaspora: A Cultural Assessment and Potential Implications for Organizational Dynamics. Journal of Organizational Psychology, 18(3), 2018.

Rarick, Charles A., A. Angriawan, and K. Firlej. Levi Strauss: An Iconic American Company Attempts to Reinvent Itself. Journal of Marketing and Strategic Management. 11(1), 2017.

Previous Roles

Lectured at Instituto Tecnologico y Estudios Superiores de Monterrey , Romanian-American University, EAFIT Colombia, Asian Institute of Technology, the Asian Institute of Management, International University of Business and Economics in China and the Yangon Institute of Economics.

Charles Rarick

Contact

219-989-8161

crarick@pnw.edu

Office Location:

Hammond, Anderson 378

Education

  • Ph.D. – Policy Analysis and Administration, Saint Louis University
  • MBA – Management, Drury University
  • B.S. – Business Administration, College of the Ozarks
  • B.S. – Psychology, University of the State of New York

Areas of Expertise

  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • International Trade Policy Case Research and Writing

Credentials, Accreditations & Awards

  • Senior Professional in Human Resource Management (SPHR)
  • Accredited Lecturer in Intercultural Management (ALIM)
  • Fulbright Awards in Myanmar, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines (Fulbright Distinguished Lecturer)