Texas Tech University

Chris Browning, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Personal Financial Planning

Email: christopher.m.browning@ttu.edu

Phone: (806) 834-8060

Office: HS 202

Fall 2017 Office Hours:
Tuesday: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Thursday: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Vita

Chris Browning

About

Experience
Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University from 2013 to present; Undergraduate Program Co-Director from 2014 - present; Assistant Professor and Department Chairperson at East Central University from 2011 to 2013; Instructor at West Texas A&M University from 2005-2007; Ph.D. in Personal Financial Planning from Texas Tech University

Leadership / Awards Texas Tech University
PFPA Instructor of the Year (2015, 2016); Texas Tech Alumni Association New Faculty Award for the College of Human Sciences (2016); Academy of Financial Services Best Paper Award (2014)

Research Interests

Consumer behavior and financial decision making, retirement planning and policy

Classes Taught

Fundamentals of Asset Management (PFP 3376); Introduction to Personal Finance (PFP 3301); Professional Development I/II (PFP 3198/3298/5189/5289); Retirement Planning (PFP 3374/5394)

Recent Publications

Browning, C., Guo, T., Cheng, Y., & Finke, M. (2016). Spending in Retirement: Determining the Consumption Gap. Journal of Financial Planning, forthcoming.


Payne, P., Browning, C., & Kalenkoski, C. (2016). Public Reaction to Stock Market Volatility: Evidence from the ATUS. Applied Economic Letters, forthcoming.

Martin Jr, T., Guillemette, M., & Browning, C. (2016). Do Retirement Planning Strategies Alter the Effect of Time Preference on Retirement Wealth?. Applied Economics Letters, 1-3.

Guillemette, M., Browning, C., & Payne, P. (2015). Don't Like the Picture? Change the Frame: The Impact of Cognitive Ability and Framing on Risky Choice. Applied Economics Letters, 22(18), 1515-1518.

Browning, C., Huston, S., & Finke, M. (2015). Cognitive Ability and Post-retirement Asset Decumulation, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 1-12.

Browning, C. and Finke, M. (2015). Cognitive Ability and the Stock Reallocations of Retirees during the Great Recession. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 49 (2), 356-375.