Reid W. Click
The George Washington University
United States Minor Outlying Islands
Reid W. Click received his PhD in economics and international business from the University of Chicago in 1994. He teaches courses in international financial management, international business strategy, and international economics. Professor Click’s academic research has been published in leading journals, including the Journal of Asian Economics, Development Policy Review, Journal of International Business Studies, International Journal of Finance and Economics, and Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. His research has also been featured in Business Week and the Milken Institute Review. He is the coauthor of a textbook, The Theory and Practice of International Financial Management (Prentice Hall 2002), and coedited two volumes of International Finance Review – Value Creation in Multinational Enterprise, with J. Jay Choi (vol. 7, Elsevier Ltd. 2007), and Latin American Financial Markets: Developments in Financial Innovations, with Harvey Arbelaez (vol. 5, Elsevier Ltd. 2004). Dr. Click has been a consultant for several international organizations, including the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the United Nations Development Programme, the World Bank and Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and has been a Visiting Researcher at the International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development in Japan. During 2003, he served as Fulbright Senior Specialist in Krakow, Poland, and subsequently as Visiting Scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center under funding from the World Gold Council. Since 2002, he has served as a consultant for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
International Investments Macroeconomics International Finance International Corporate Finance International Business Strategy
Resource Nationalism Meets the Market: Political Risk and the Value of Petroleum Reserves, with Robert J. Weiner, Journal of International Business Studies 41, June/July 2010, pp. 783-803.