Name: Raymond E. Taylor
Department: Management/Marketing Department
School: School of Business
College: College of Business, Education and Human Development
Office Location: Business & Education Building 313
Office Phone: 318-797-5023
Teaching Assignments: My teaching assignments include Mkt 301: Principles of Marketing; Mkt 310: Consumer Behavior; Mkt 401: Marketing Management; Mkt 430: Retail Management; and Mkt 440: International Marketing.
Research Interests: My research interests include international marketing with a focus on consumer behavior and electronic monitoring of employees from both an ethical and privacy perspective.
"A Longitudinal Country-of-Origin Study from a Pacific Rim Perspective," International Journal of Business, Marketing, and Decision Sciences, forth coming spring 2012.
"Taiwanese Consumers' Attitudes toward Products from Selected Pacific Rim Countries: A Longitudinal Country-of-Origin Perspective," ASBBS E-Journal, 2011 (Spring), Vol. 7 No. 1, pp. 123-130.
"Ethical Dimensions of Electronic Monitoring of Employees: A Cross-Cultural Perspective," ASBBS E-Journal, 2007, Vol. 3 No. 1. ISSN: 1557-5004.
Personal Bio: Dr. Taylor received his Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in May 1991. In 1991, Dr. Taylor joined the faculty at LSUS as a Professor of Marketing. Prior to LSUS, Dr. Taylor taught at Southern Illinois Univesity at Carbondale, Southwest Missouri State University, East Texas State University (Texas A&M Commerce), and California State University in San Bernardino. He was a visiting professor at University of Hawaii in Hilo (Spring 1988) and at Chung Yuan Christian University in Chung Li, Taiwan (1997/98). While in Taiwan, Dr. Taylor received a Certified Professor Cerification which allows him to teach at any university in Taiwan as a Certified Professor of Marketing. Dr. Taylor is an acitve professor member of the Direct Marketing Association and professional member of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines.