The 1983 AMA Educators’ Proceedings is edited by Patrick E. Murphy, O.C. Ferrell, Eugene R. Laczniak, Robert F. Lusch, Paul F. Anderson, Terence A. Shimp, Russell W. Belk, and Charles B. Weinberg. This volume consists of 102 papers and special presentations, which were presented in six competitive tracks during the 1983 Marketing Educators’ Conference. The six tracks are Marketing Strategy, Consumer Behavior, Marketing Education, Marketing Mix, Public Policy, and Research Methodology. The papers seek to expand theoretical boundaries of the marketing discipline, refine existing marketing principles, and introduce new perspectives.
Patrick E. Murphy
Dr. Patrick E. Murphy is Professor of Business and Marketing at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. Professor Murphy earned his BBA from the University of Notre Dame, his MBA from Bradley University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Houston.
An Assessment of Marketing Thought & Practice: 1982 Educators’ Conference Proceedings, Series No. 48
An Assessment of Marketing Thought & Practice contains proceeding papers from the 1982 Educators conference, intended to familiarize educators with techniques, perspectives, and concepts that can enhance their development as teachers and researchers. This compilation is jointly edited by Bruce J. Walker, William O. Bearden, William R. Darden, Patrick E. Murphy, John R. Nevin, Jerry C. Olson, and Barton A. Weitz. The papers are categorized into 6 tracks parallel to the conference theme, with the award-winning paper featured at the end of each track. The buyer behavior track focuses the influence of ethnic, gender, cross-culture, and personal values in consumer behavior. The marketing education track provides a review on marketing curriculum and teaching methods practiced in the 1980s. The marketing mix and marketing institution track presents a comprehensive collection of papers on retailing, distribution, sales, and sales force management. The marketing strategy and special markets track elaborates on strategies needed to approach and establish in unique markets. The public policy and macromarketing track discusses regulatory issues in marketing and advertising. The research methodology track presents an historic perspective of measurement, analysis, survey methods, and interpretation of marketing research.
Marketing and Preventive Healthcare: Interdisciplinary and Inter-organizational Perspectives edited by Philip D. Cooper, William J. Kehoe, and Patrick E. Murphy, is a collection of papers presented at a multi-disciplinary workshop on marketing and preventive healthcare held in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA in March 1977. The compilation gives an historical perspective on the role of marketing in the delivery of healthcare, especially preventive healthcare in the 1970s. One of the papers examines the implementation of family planning program in the 1970s. Also featured is the summary of discussions held at the end of the workshop on topics such as problems and limitations of preventive healthcare and marketing.
This work presents a comprehensive collection of over 225 survey results on several aspects of marketing education. The monograph represents the historic perspective of marketing education in the United States in the 1970s, from undergraduate to doctoral programs, and draws a map for the future.
Marketing Strategy Implementation proposes a framework for using and studying marketing implementation. The goal is to provide a supplemental tool for managerial thinking. The details of the framework’s progression, as well as the benefits of its employment, are fully discussed.