Andrew M. Brajcich

Andrew M. Brajcich


Assistant Professor of Accounting

Andrew joined the SBA faculty in 2012.

B.B.A.: Gonzaga University 2003
J.D.: University of Florida 2006
LL.M.: University of Washington 2010

Brief Biography

Professor Brajcich joined the faculty of the School of Business Administration in spring 2012 with a teaching emphasis in tax. He previously worked in the International Tax Services Group at Deloitte Tax LLP and is a fourth-generation Zag.

Selected Publications

Brajcich, Andrew M., Dan Friesner and Matthew McPherson. “Trends in the Shifting of Resources by U.S.-based Multinational Companies.” Journal of Accounting and Finance, Volume 13, Issue 6 (2013), forthcoming.

Brajcich, Andrew M., Dan Friesner and Matthew McPherson. “Key Determinants of Repatriated Earnings by U.S. Multinational Enterprises.” Multinational Business Review, Volume 21, Issue 3 (September 2013), forthcoming

Brajcich, Andrew M. and Daniel Lawson, "Minimizing Employment Taxes in U.S. 'S' Corporations: Levels of Compensation and Shareholder Sophistication." International Business Research, Volume 6, Issue 3 (March 2013)

Brajcich, Andrew M., "Tax Considerations for Clients Going Global." Journal of the CPA Practitioner, Volume 5, Issue 1 (February/March 2013)

Brajcich, Andrew M. and Daniel Lawson, "Utilizing Debt as a Tax Benefit: The Capitalization of U.S. Corporations and Owner Sophistication." Journal of Business, Economics and Finance, Volume 1, Issue 4 (December 2012)