Glen H. Brodowsky has been a professor of marketing at California State University San Marcos since 1996. He holds a BA in Far Eastern Languages and Civilizations from the University of Chicago, and both his MBA and Ph.D. in marketing from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He regularly teaches global marketing and marketing research at National Cheng-chi University in Taiwan, the Copenhagen Business School, and the International University of Ecuador. He also teaches courses in Marketing, Marketing Research, Global Marketing, and Consumer Behavior at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
He has taught, worked, and conducted research in China, Japan, Taiwan, Hungary, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany, and Mexico. He speaks Mandarin Chinese.
In 2007 Dr. Brodowsky was a Fulbright Scholar teaching at National Cheng-chi University in Taiwan. Since that time, he has returned to Taiwan several times as a lecturer. He regularly teaches courses and lectures at the Copenhagen Business School and the Universidad Internacional del Ecuador. He has also lectured at the University Autonoma de Baja California in Ensenada Mexico, and the Fachochschule in Osnabrueck, Germany.
His research interests focus on cross-cultural marketing, in particular, he is interested in how cross-cultural differences in notions of and attitudes toward time affect consumer behavior. He has published articles in The Journal of International Consumer Marketing, The Journal of Global Marketing, The Journal of Applied Social Psychology, International Business Review, The Journal of East West Marketing, The International Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Education Review, The Journal of Marketing Education, The Journal of Teaching in International Business, The Journal of the Academy of Business Education, and Time and Society.
He is past-president of the Marketing Educators’ Association.