Faculty and ResearchExpert Guide

Yi Ju Chen

Yi Ju Chen

Senior Lecturer
Department of Marketing & Logistics

College of Business
Florida International University

Biscayne Bay Campus
3000 NE 151st St, ACII 132
North Miami, FL 33181

P: (305) 348-2571
E: yijchen@fiu.edu

Education

  • Doctor, Business Administration Management
    Argosy University, Sarasota, Florida
  • Master, Business Administration
    California State University, San Bernardino, California
  • Bachelor, Business Administration
    Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington

Areas of Expertise

  • Consumer Behavior
  • International Marketing
  • Marketing

Professional Activities

Dr. Chen's research interest focuses on International Markeitng and Consumer Behavior.

She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including classes in marketing, consumer behavior, research methods, marketing strategies, advanced organizational behavior, international markeitng, and among others.

She also has extensive professional experience in project management for McWay Enterprise Cooperation, Taiwan and China, Maw Chang Optical Company, Taiwan, and the Global Federation of Chinese Business Women.

Courses Taught

  • Consumer Behavior
  • International Marketing
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Marketing Channels
  • Marketing Research I
  • Marketing Research II
  • Special Topics in Marketing
  • Tools for Managing Marketing Information

Refereed Journal Articles

Chen, V. Y., Chang, C. & Chiu, Y. (2018). The Effect of Perceptual Fluency and Self-Confidence on the Frames of Tourism Decisions. International Journal of Economic Research. 15 (2), 315-320.


Chen, V. Y. (2018). The Influence of Resale Reference Prices on Consumer Purchase Decisions. Journal of International Management Studies. 13 (1).


Chen, Y. & Chen, P. (2014). International Brand Management and Strategy: Apparel Market in China.  Journal of Global Business Management. 10 (1), 99-106.


Chen, Y., Chen, P. & Lin, K. (2013). Global Brands Perceptions: The Apparel Industry in China.  Journal of International Management Studies. 8 (1), 134-143.


Chen, Y., Chen, P. & Lin, K. (2012). Gender differences analysis cross-culturally in decision-making styles - Taiwanese and Americans comparison.  Journal of International Management Studies. 7 (1), 175-182.


Chen, Y., Greenberg, B., Dickson, P. & Goodrich, J. (2012). Learning marketing accounting skills in the introductory marketing course: The development, use, and acceptance of a self-study tutorial.  Marketing Education Review. 22 (3), 241-250.


Mohammed, S. M., Chen, Y. & Lassar, W. M. (2011). Chrome furnishers Ltd. Business strategy for Trinidad and Tobago.  Online Journal of International Case Analysis. 2 (1), 1-20.


Li, T., Chen, P. & Chen, Y. (2010). The effect of teaching international market entry in an MBA curriculum: An empirical examination.  Business Review, Cambridge. 16 (1), 252-258.


Chen, P., Chen, Y. & Lin, K. (2009). A comparison study of Taiwan and us consumer decision-making styles - Using TV shopping format.  Journal of International Management Studies. 4 (1), 145-153.


Chen, Y., Lin, K. & Chen, P. (2008). E-commerce and its effects on the Florida tax base - A study of clothing industry.  Journal of Global Business Management. 4 (2), 265-271.


Simmons, P., Chen, V., Ring, M. & Nastanski, M. (2008). Designing selection procedures for hiring online instructors.  Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal. 2 (4), 137-142.


Chen, Y. & Chen, P. (2007). Effects of online interaction on adult students - Satisfaction and learning.  The Journal of Human Resource and Adult Learning. 3 (2), 78-89.


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