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Professor Joann Peck

researches consumer behavior, psychological ownership, and touch.

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Caring for the Commons: Using Psychological Ownership to Enhance Stewardship Behavior for Public Goods

Professor Kevin Chung

researches quantitative marketing.

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Social Structures and Reputation in Expert Review Systems

Professor Amber Epp

researches an interdisciplinary perspective of the relationship between family and the marketplace.

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Journeying Together: Aligning Retailer and Service Provider Roles with Collective Consumer Practices

Professor Cheng He

researches sustainability, online consumer behavior, and digital marketing.

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The End of the Express Road for Hybrid Vehicles: Can Governments’ Green Product Incentives Backfire?

Professor Qing Liu

researches the development of statistical theories and methods for the study of marketing problems that are of practical relevance.

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Mixed-input Gaussian process emulators for computer experiments with a large number of categorical levels

Professor Paul Hoban

researches advertising effectiveness and firm decision making. 

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EXPRESS: A Near Optimal Bidding Strategy Real-Time Display Advertising Auctions

Professor Page Moreau

researches creativity, consumer learning, and innovation.

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Customization in Luxury Brands:

Can Valentino Get Personal?

Professor Thomas O'Guinn

researches  the intersection of sociology and social psychology, or micro-sociology.

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Branding in a Hyperconnected World: Refocusing Theories and Rethinking Boundaries

Professor Evan Polman

researches self-other differences in decision making, creativity, gift-giving, psychological distance, and moral psychology.

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Picking Gifts for Picky People

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