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Charles Wood PhD

Associate Professor of Marketing Collins College of Business
Management and Marketing
918-631-2281
charles-wood@utulsa.edu
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Biography

Dr. Wood has degrees in engineering, journalism, and business. Before becoming a professor he worked as an engineer for a Fortune 500 firm and helped launch and manage a successful stage production company. His research and teaching have received national and international recognition. Dr. Wood currently enjoys working alongside small businesses and non-profits on strategy, sales growth, innovation, and promotion. Ph.D. is from Mizzou. He has focused his energies on launching fresh approaches to higher education, including launched Studio Blue, TU’s “creative greenhouse” and the Nova Fellowship. Students from a variety of majors work together to create and implement innovative projects for the community and start businesses. He is husband of one, father of five, and teaches marketing at the University of Tulsa.


Ph.D., University of Missouri
M.B.A., Regent University
M.A., Regent University
B.S., University of Arkansas


Buyer Behavior
Developing nations
Innovation

Consumer Behavior
Integrated Marketing Communications
Creativity and Innovation


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Journal Articles


Alford, Bruce L., Otis W. Gilley, Charles M. Wood, and Obinna Obilo (2017), ""No Sale" Items in Auctions: Do They Really Matter?" Marketing Letters: A Journal of Research in Marketing, 28 (1): 155-168.

Wood, Charles et al. “‘A Multi-Method Investigation of Consumer Response to Marketing Activities during Life Transitions.’” Journal of Consumer Marketing 31.1 (2014): 39–53. Print.

Chabowski, Brian, Charles Wood, and Tomas Hult. “Using Bibliometrics to Evaluate the Journal of Consumer Research: Suggested Future Consumer Research Directions.” Advances in Consumer Research 41 (2013): n. pag. Print.

Wood, Charles. “Cross-Pollinating: Increasing Innovation by Blending Arts and Sciences Disciplines with Engineering and Entrepreneurship.” NCIIA Proceedings (2013): n. pag. Print.

Wood, Charles. “10 HANDS-ON EXERCISES TO SPARK STUDENT CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION.” SXSWEdu (2013): n. pag. Print.

Jackson, Ralph, Charles Wood, and James Zboja. “The Dissolution of Ethical Decision Making in Organizations: A Comprehensive Review and Model.” Journal of Business Ethics 116.2 (2013): 233–250. Print.

Jackson, Ralph, and Charles Wood. “The Marketing Environment: A New Paradigm.” Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 17.1 (2013): 35–50. Print.

Wood, Charles. “Battling ‘Senior-Itis’: Challenging Students with Ideation through Implementation.” National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance. Proceedings of the... Annual Conference (2012): 1. Print.

Li, Po-Chien et al. “Resource Commitment Behaviour of Industrial Exhibitors: an Exploratory Study.” Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing 26.6 (2011): 430–442. Print.

Arnold, Todd, Timothy Landry, and Charles Wood. “Prosocial Effects in Youth from Involvement in an Experiential, Cause-Related Marketing Event.” Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 18.1 (2010): 41–52. Print.

Aboulnasr, Khaled et al. “Index to Volume 18 of Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice.” (2010): n. pag. Print.

Wood, Charles, and Christopher Hopkins. “Targeting Transitions: Advertising Effects during Consumer Life Events.” American Academy of Advertising. Conference. Proceedings (Online) (2010): 26. Print.

Scheer, Lisa, Omar Shehryar, and Charles Wood. “How Budget Constraints Impact Consumers’ Response to Discount Presentation Formats.” Journal of Product & Brand Management 19.3 (2010): 225–232. Print.

Stan, Simona et al. “Segment Differences in the Asymmetric Effects of Service Quality on Business Customer Relationships.” Journal of Services Marketing 21.5 (2007): 358–369. Print.

Briggs, Elten, Tim Landry, and Charles Wood. “Beyond Just Being There: An Examination of the Impact of Attitudes, Materialism, and Self-Esteem on the Quality of Helping Behavior in Youth Volunteers.” Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 18.2 (2007): 27–45. Print.

Tyler, Katherine et al. “Segment Differences in the Asymmetric Effects of Service Quality on Business Customer Relationships.” Journal of Services Marketing 21.5 (2007): 358–369. Print.

Hopkins, Christopher, Catherine Roster, and Charles Wood. “Making the Transition to Retirement: Appraisals, Post-Transition Lifestyle, and Changes in Consumption Patterns.” Journal of Consumer Marketing 23.2 (2006): 87–99. Print.

Stammerjohan, Claire et al. “An Empirical Investigation of the Interaction between Publicity, Advertising, and Previous Brand Attitudes and Knowledge.” Journal of Advertising 34.4 (2005): 55–67. Print.

Wood, Charles, and Tracy Suter. “Making Marketing Principles Tangible: Online Auctions as Living Case Studies.” Journal of Marketing Education 26.2 (2004): 137–144. Print.

Boyd, Thomas et al. “2004 Cumulative Index.” Business Horizons 47.3 (2004): 85. Print.

Wood, Charles, David Glew, and Marc Street. “The Genesis of Relationships: Boundary Spanners’ Appraisals of the Career Entry Transition.” Journal of Relationship Marketing 3.2-3 (2004): 5–24. Print.

Wood, Charles. “THE DIALECTICS OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN THE MARKETING CLASSROOM: THE ONLINE AUCTION PROJECT.” Marketing Management Association 2004 Fall Educators’ Conference (2004): 164. Print.

Hale, John, Timothy Landry, and Charles Wood. “Susceptibility Audits: A Tool for Safeguarding Information Assets.” Business Horizons 47.3 (2004): 59–66. Print.

Wood, Charles. “Marketing and e-Commerce as Tools of Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: a Dual Path.” International Marketing Review 21.3 (2004): 301–320. Print.

Wood, Charles. “The Effects of Creating Psychological Ownership among Students in Group Projects.” Journal of Marketing Education 25.3 (2003): 240–249. Print.

Stan, Simona et al. “Critical Customer Experiences in Professional Business-to-Business Service Exchanges: Impact on Overall Customer Response to Service Providers.” American Marketing Association Conference Proceedings 13 (2002): 113–114. Print.

Turner, Gregory et al. “Interdependence and Cooperation in Industrial Buyer-Supplier Relationships.” Journal of Marketing theory and practice (2000): 16–24. Print.

Wood, Charles, and Lisa Scheer. “Incorporating Perceived Risk into Models of Consumer Deal Assessment and Purchase Intent.” Advances in Consumer research 23 (1996): 399–404. Print.

Jackson, Ralph et al. “Can Retailers Get Higher Prices for ‘End-of-Life’ Inventory through Online Auctions?” Journal of Retailing (2017): n. pag. Print.

Jackson, Ralph et al. “Can Retailers Get Higher Prices for ‘End-of-Life’ Inventory through Online Auctions?” Journal of Retailing (2017): n. pag. Print.

Forthcoming 2016

Jackson, Ralph, and Charles Wood. “The Marketing Environment: A New Paradigm.” Ed. Connie Bateman. Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 17.1 (2017): 35–50. Print.

Book Chapters


Rosa, José, Madhubalan Viswanathan, and Charles Wood. “Toward More Responsive Organizations: Openness to Change and Culture Preservation in Subsistence and Developing Economies.” Product and Market Development for Subsistence Marketplaces. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2007. 281–296. Print.

Wood, Charles. “Usefulness of Micro-Business Models in Developing Countries.” Business Education and Emerging Market Economies. Springer US, 2005. 183–199. Print.

Book


Wood, Charles. Marketing to Consumers Undergoing Life Transitions: the Mediating Role of Appraisal. 1999. Print.

Textbook


Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications: Principles and Practice, (2018) 11th edition, Textbook published by Pearson and co-authored with Sandy Moriarty, Nancy Mitchell, and Bill Wells.

Conference Proceedings


Wood, Charles, Tracy Suter, and Claire Cornell. “10 Hands-on Class Exercises to Build Student Teams and Spark Creativity.” Venture Well Annual Conference Proceedings. Venture Well Annual Conference Proceedings 2017, 2017. Print.

Wood, Charles et al. “A Four-Nation Exploration of the Effectiveness of Three Listening Strategies .” 2017 AMA Winter Conference Proceedings. 2017 Winter American Marketing Association Conference, 2017. Print.

Wood, Charles M. et al (2013), “Student Panel: A Review of Several Student Projects Developed in a Community-Focused Innovation Certificate and Fellowship,” Campus Compact Conference Proceedings (TU student panelists: Sarah Block, Accounting graduate student; Adam Polcha, Mechanical Engineering; Caleb Lareau, Biochemistry and Math; Katie McGouran, Marketing; Abe Matamoros, Entrepreneurship).

Wood, Charles M., Christopher Hopkins, Jennifer Siemens, and Mary Anne Raymond (2013) “Marketing Activities during Life Transitions: A Multi-Method Investigation of Consumer Response,” Society for Marketing Advances Conference Proceedings

Wood, Charles M. (2009), “Marketing Innovation and Community Engagement at the University,” National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance Conference Proceedings.

Wood, Charles M. (2006), “In Search of a Unifying Framework for Consumer Life Transitions,” Association for Consumer Research Conference Proceedings.

Jackson, Ralph, Charles Wood, and BRUCE. “The Environmental Concern-Consumer Action Paradox: Examining the Differences in Espoused and Enacted Models, Proceedings of the 1997 Southern Marketing Association, Atlanta, GA, Elnora W. Stuart and Ellen M. Moore (Eds.), with Gail Zank.” 1997 Southern Marketing Association, 1997. Print.

Wood, Charles M. and Yuhui Gao (2016), “Exploring Listening Strategies to Improve Marketing Students’ Learning and Career Development,” Marketing Educators Association Conference Proceedings: Denver, CO.

Wood, Charles M., et. al (2016), “Tough Listening: A Cross-Cultural Exploration of Strategies to Improve Listening When it is Difficult,” Global Marketing Conference Proceedings (Global Alliance of Marketing and Management Associations): Hong Kong.

Wood, Charles M., Christopher D. Hopkins, and Jennifer Siemen (2013), “A Multi-Method Investigation of Consumer Response during Life Transitions,” Society of Marketing Advances Proceedings.

Wood, Charles M., Cole Brown, Bruce L. Alford, and Nicholas Wood (2015), “Perceived Age and Rokeach Value Rankings among Young Adults: A Comparison between India and the U.S.,” Academy of International Business Conference Proceedings; Bengaluru, India.

Others


Jackson, Ralph, and Charles Wood. “The B2B Environments: A New Perspective,’ Society for Marketing Advances Conference Proceedings of 2006.” Society for Marketing Advances Conference Proceedings of 2006, (2017): n. pag. Print.

Jackson, Ralph, and Charles Wood. “The B2B Environments: A New Perspective,’ Society for Marketing Advances Conference Proceedings of 2006.” Society for Marketing Advances Conference Proceedings of 2006, (2017): n. pag. Print.


BUS 1001 Business Orientation and Planning For Success
BUS 1013 Business and Society
MBA 7153 Consumer Behavior
MKTG 2013 Applied Creativity and Innovation
MKTG 3013 Consumer Behavior
MKTG 3013 Consumer Behavior
MKTG 3033 Integrated Marketing Communications
MKTG 3033 Integrated Marketing Communications
MKTG 3073 Marketing Research
MKTG 7013 Problems in Consumer Behavior