About

Dr. Everett E. Myers serves as Clinical Assistant Professor at the Center for Global Affairs at New York University where he teaches graduate level courses to include corporate finance; business strategy; international business; and a preparatory course in understanding basic statistics. Additionally, he serves as the Coordinator of the Private Sector concentration at the Center and is faculty advisor to the Society for International Business and Development. Besides his teaching and extensive student advising responsibilities Dr. Myers is the lead faculty for various Asian Global Field Intensives to both China and Vietnam.  In 2011, Dr. Myers was awarded the Paul S. Lomax (Doctoral) Award from New York University for Scholarship and Leadership. In 2014, Dr. Myers was awarded the Outstanding Service award by the School of Professional Studies at New York University. Also in 2014, Dr. Myers was appointed a Fulbright Scholar and will be teaching and researching at Vietnam National University-University of Economics and Business in Hanoi.

Dr. Myers spent the majority of his professional life as an international banker/investment banker. He worked for Chase Manhattan Bank, N. A. for many years in their Corporate and Investment banking divisions and also served as Country Manager in Japan for PaineWebber (Tokyo), Inc. Professor Myers has been an active entrepreneur throughout his business career having been one of the founding partners in a boutique investment bank, developing and executing esoteric cross-border tax arbitrage financings, as well as managing a number of smaller business endeavors.  Prof. Myers is a member of Delta Pi Epsilon-the national graduate honorary society for professionals who support and promote scholarship, leadership, and cooperation toward the advancement of education for and about business; Association for Institutional Research, Omicron Delta Epsilon- the International Honor Society for Economics (past member) Theta Chapter. Additionally, in service to the Academy, Dr. Myers serves as an evaluator for The Middle States Commission on Higher Education and the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools and is a Specialized Evaluator for Distance Education Programs for ACICS. The aforementioned agencies accredit postsecondary institutions recognized by the Council for Higher Education and U. S. Department of Education.

Dr. Myers’ research interests lie at the crossroads of education and economics with an emphasis on human capital and its implication for sustainable economic development and issues of corporate governance, economic inequality, and executive compensation. To that end, Dr. Myers has created this blog site Because They Can.

Dr. Myers received his Ph.D. from New York University and also holds an MBA-Finance.