News & Events

Congratulations to our May 2018 graduates from the USC Marshall Doctoral Program, Francesca Valsesia and Bora Min. They will be missed!

Bora Min, Francesca Valsesia
Bora Min, Francesca Valsesia, Dr. Kristin Diehl, Department Chair Joe Nunes.

 

 

 

 

 

 


A list of recent research and other accomplishments of Marketing faculty members follows, as of May 2018:

Diane Badame received a Golden Apple award for excellence in teaching in the MBA.PM core. 

Lan Luo's paper (with Courtney Paulson (Ph.D.) and Gareth James (DSO)), "Efficient Large-Scale Internet Media Selection Optimization for Online Display Advertising," was accepted for publication and is forthcoming in the Journal of Marketing Research.

Joe Nunes, holder of the Joseph A. DeBell Endowed Professorship in Business Administration, was given the Evan C. Thompson Faculty Mentoring and Leadership Award at the Marshall Annual Faculty Awards ceremony May 1.

Norbert Schwarz's paper (with E.J. Newman), "Good Sound, Good Research: How Audio Quality Influences Perceptions of the Researcher and Research," was published in Science Communication, 40(2), 246-257.

Schwarz's chapter, "Of Fluency, Beauty, and Truth: Inferences From Metacognitive Experiences," was published in J. Proust & M. Fortier (Eds.), Metacognitive Diversity: An Interdisciplinary Approach (pp. 25-46), New York: Oxford University Press.

Stephanie Tully's paper (with Anna Paley and Eesha Sharma), "Too Constrained to Converse: The Effect of Financial Constraints on Word-of-Mouth," was accepted for publication and is forthcoming in the Journal of Consumer Research.

Sha Yang's paper (with Lian Jian, Sulin Ba, Li Lu and L. Cristal Jiang), "Managing the Crowds: the Effect of Prize Guarantees and In-Process Feedback on Participation in Crowdsourcing Contests," was accepted for publication and is forthcoming in MIS Quarterly.

 


Hi everybody,

Professor Joe Nunes
Professor Joe Nunes, May 2018

Some of you already heard (either by being there in person, or through Nandini Rajagopalan's email), but I wanted to share with everybody the good news that Joe received this year’s “Evan C. Thompson Faculty Mentoring and Leadership Award” .

Joe received his award for his tireless mentoring of Ph.D. students (Ph.D. graduates Aarti Ivanic, Young Jee Han, and Francesca Valsesia), his continuous role in our international programs (PRIME, GLOBE), as well as his critical role as the second Director for the World Bachelor in Business program. 

Congratulations to Joe, and to all of us for having him around us!

 

Kristin Diehl (05/01/2018)


Dear USC Marshall Community,

Each year the Marshall Business Student Government (MBSG) recognizes outstanding faculty and staff by awarding the Golden Apple Teaching Awards and Golden Compass Staff Awards.  The awards will be presented at the Marshall Undergraduate Commencement ceremony on May 11th.  Please join me in congratulating this year’s award recipients!

GOLDEN APPLE TEACHING AWARDS

Core Course Teaching Awards

•             Julie Suh, BUAD 280

•             Lars Perner, BUAD 307

Elective Course Teaching Awards

•             Julia Plotts, Department of Finance and Business Economics

•             Smrity Randhawa, Leventhal School of Accounting

•             Michael Mische, Department of Management and Organization

•             Gil Appel, Department of Marketing

•             Anthony Borquez, Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

•             Ellen-Linnea Dipprey, Department of Business Communication

•             Inga Maslova, Department of Data Sciences and Operations

Mentorship Award

 •            Albert Napoli, Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

 

GOLDEN COMPASS STAFF AWARDS

•             Lauren Olson, Career Advisor, Marshall Undergraduate Career Services

•             Sean O’Connell, Director, Marshall Undergraduate International Programs

•             Katrina Arce, Academic Advisor, Marshall Undergraduate Academic Advising and Student Affairs

 

Sincerely,

Ty

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Tyrone Callahan
Vice Dean for Undergraduate Programs
USC Marshall School of Business

(04/27/2018)


A list of recent research and other accomplishments of Marketing faculty members follows, as of March 2, 2018:  

Valerie Folkes' paper (with Deborah Macinnis, Arianna Uhalde, Gratiana Pol (MKT Ph.D. candidate) and Martin Reimann), "Are Brand Betrayal and Brand Dissatisfaction Experienced in Distinct Ways? Psychological and Neural Evidence," was accepted for publication and is forthcoming in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.

Deborah J. MacInnis' chapter (with Craig Thompson and Eric Arnould), "Linking CCT and Consumer Research: Consumers' Mobilization of Co-Created Resources," was published in "Consumer Culture Theory," Craig Thompson and Eric Arnould, eds., Sage.
Her paper (with Valerie Folkes, Arianna Uhalde, Gratiana Pol (MKT Ph.D. candidate) and Martin Reimann), "Are Brand Betrayal and Brand Dissatisfaction Experienced in Distinct Ways? Psychological and Neural Evidence," was accepted for publication and is forthcoming in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.

Davide Proserpio's paper (with Giorgos Zervas), "Study: Replying to Customer Reviews Results in Better Ratings," was published in the Harvard Business Review.

Norbert Schwarz's paper (with A.J. Xu), "How One Thing Leads to Another: Spillover Effects of Cognitive Mind-sets," was published in Current Directions in Psychological Science, 27(1), 51-55.

His paper (with D.J. Hauser), "How Seemingly Innocuous Words Can Bias Judgment: Semantic Prosody and Impression Formation," was published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 75, 11-18.
 
His paper (with E. O'Brien, A.C. Kristal and P.C. Ellsworth), "(Mis)imagining the Good Life and the Bad Life: Envy and Pity as a Function of the Focusing Illusion," was published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 75, 41-53.


A list of recent research and other accomplishments of Marketing faculty members follows, as of February 2, 2018:  

Joe Priester's paper (with Dhananjay Nayakankuppam, Jae Hwan Kwon, Leigh Anne Novak Donovan, and Richard Petty), "Construction and Retrieval of Evaluative Judgments: The Attitude Strength Moderation Model," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology and is forthcoming.   

Norbert Schwarz's paper (with D. Oyserman), "Conservatism as a Situated Identity: Implications for Consumer Behavior," was published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology. 

His paper (with A. Krishna, S.W.S. Lee and X. Li), "Embodied Cognition, Sensory Marketing, and the Conceptualization of Consumers' Judgment and Decision Processes," was published in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research. 

His paper (with R.R. Silva, N.Chrobot, E. Newman and S. Topolinski), "Make it Short and Easy! Username Complexity Determines Trustworthiness Above and Beyond Objective Reputation," was published in Frontiers in Psychology.

Gerry Tellis' paper, "Silicon Envy: How Global Innovation Clusters Hurt or Help Each Other Across Developed and Emerging Markets," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) and is forthcoming.

 


I am excited to announce that Miriam Burgos has been promoted to Associate Professor of Clinical Marketing. We are so lucky to have Miriam on our faculty. Congratulations, Miriam—well deserved!

Best,

Joseph C. Nunes
Holder of the Joseph A. DeBell Endowed Professorship in Business Administration
Chair of the Department of Marketing and Professor of Marketing
USC Marshall School of Business
(01/17/2018)


Great news from the SJDM (Society for Judgment and Decision Making) conference! 

Jennifer Lee (on the right)
Jennifer Lee (on the right)

MKT PhD student Jennifer Lee’s poster (“Being Unique Makes Us Similar? When Customized Example Designs Motivate Expressions of Uniqueness”) was selected as the best student poster of this year’s SJDM Meeting.

As some of you may know, SJDM takes posters very seriously with many faculty members presenting posters, not just students. Hence, they had 369 poster presentations in total!

Only student posters are eligible for this prize and are judged based on the actual poster submitted prior to the conference as well as by judges visiting the poster presentation and talking to the presenter during the poster session.

This year there were three honorable mentions, a 2nd prize, and a first prize presented. 

Attached is a photo of Jennifer (1st prize) with two of the honorable mentions winners (Kristen Duke and Allie Lieberman, both On Amir’s students at UCSD, so strong SoCal representation here).

Very proud of Jennifer and her representation of the Ph.D. program (to the best of our knowledge this is a first for our program at JDM and maybe even for USC in general).

Please join us in congratulating Jennifer on her award (a certificate and $750!)!

Kristin and Lisa (11/13/2017)


 

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Dr. Folkes and Dean Ellis

The USC Marshall School of Business and the Marketing Department recognized Dr. Valerie Folkes for her 30 years of service. (09/19/2017)