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Suzette Caleo

Suzette Caleo

Assistant Professor
Department: Department of Public Administration
Education: PhD Psychology: Social/Personality, New York University
Teaching Interests: Organizational Behavior, Research Methods, Human Resource Management
Research Interests: Organizational justice, Workplace diversity, Stereotyping and discrimination
Office: 3043 Business Education Complex East
Phone: 225-578-6738
Luke Cashen

Luke Cashen

Adjunct Faculty
Department: Flores MBA Program
Education: PhD Management, Louisiana State University
Office: 1053 Business Education Complex East
Phone: 225-578-8867
Don Chance

Don M. Chance, CFA

Professor
James C. Flores Endowed Chair of MBA Studies
Department: Department of Finance
Education: PhD Finance, Louisiana State University
Teaching Interests: risk management, financial derivatives, fixed income securities, corporate finance
Research Interests: risk management, financial derivatives, indexing, exchange traded funds, fixed income securities
Office: 2909 Business Education Complex North
Phone: 225-578-0372
Areendam Chanda

Areendam Chanda

Associate Professor
Thomas Singletary Distinguished Professor of Business Administration
Department: Department of Economics
Education: PhD Economics, Brown University
Teaching Interests: Macroeconomics, Economic Growth
Research Interests: Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Regional Growth, The Indian Economy
Office: 2323 Business Education Complex South
Phone: 225-578-5211
Timothy Chandler

Timothy D. Chandler

Professor and International Business Undergraduate Minor Advisor
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Assessment
William W. and Catherine M. Rucks University Professor of Management
Department: Office of the Dean
Education: PhD Labor and Industrial Relations, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Teaching Interests: Labor relations, negotiations, alternative dispute resolution, regulation of employment practices
Research Interests: Private and public sector labor relations and regulaton of employment practices.
Office: 4065 Business Education Complex East
Phone: 225-578-6113
Ye-Sho Chen

Ye-Sho Chen

International Experience Director
Professor
Francis M. Dud Coates MBA Professorship
Department: Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems
Education: PhD Industrial Engineering, Purdue University
Teaching Interests: Emerging Markets and Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Research Interests: Emerging Markets and Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Office: 2200 Business Education Complex East
Phone: 225-578-2510
Young Chun

Young H. Chun

Professor
Cherie H. Flores Endowed Chair of MBA Studies
Department: Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems
Education: PhD Management Science, Purdue University - Krannert Graduate School of Management
Teaching Interests: Managerial statistics; Research methodology; Business analytics; Management science; Business forecasting; Quality control
Research Interests: Decision analysis; Probability models; Product quality; Software inspection; Bayesian analysis; Information economy
Office: 2211 Business Education Complex South
Phone: 225-578-2506
Email: chun@lsu.edu
James Fargason

James S. Fargason

Senior Instructor - Business Law
Lee D. and Cynthia C. Bloch Distinguished Professorship in Business Law
Department: Flores MBA Program
Education: JD, Louisiana State University
Teaching Interests: International Law, Negotiable Instruments, the Uniform Commercial Code, Common Law, Civil Law, Securities Law, and Commercial Transactions.
Research Interests: Measuring the ROI on Legal Services, and Reducing Legal Risk.
Office: 2602D Business Education Complex North
Phone: 225-578-6220
Judith Anne Folse

Judith Anne Garretson Folse

Professor
Ourso Family Distinguished Chair of Marketing Research
Department: Department of Marketing
Education: PhD Marketing, University of Arkansas
Teaching Interests: Promotion, Consumer Behavior, Experimental Design
Research Interests: Consumer-based strategy with an emphasis on source and message effects (persuasion), consumption emotions (e.g., gratitude, pride, regret, empathy) and frontline employee (FLE)/customer interactions with theoretically and managerially relevant implications for advertising, services and B2C relationship marketing decisions
Office: 2111 Business Education Complex South
Phone: 225-578-6539
Email: folse@lsu.edu
Mark Fry

Mark W. Fry

Instructor - Business Law
Department: Department of Finance
Education: JD, Louisiana State University
Teaching Interests: Business Law, Estate Planning
Research Interests: Business Law, Taxation, Asset Protection Strategies
Office: 2912 Business Education Complex North
Phone: 225-578-6291
Email: mfry1@lsu.edu