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The Department of Marketing

The marketing department has a complement of twenty permanent full-time professors. Their teaching and research interests include consumer behaviour, cross cultural marketing, quantitative marketing, brand and internet communities,relationship marketing, branding, the interface between marketing and finance, pharmaceutical marketing, the biology of consumer behaviour, product strategy, marketing strategy and performance, food marketing, sustainability, pricing and retailing. 

Members
 
Onur Bodur, Associate Professor
Learn about his interest in the societal and environmental aspects of consumption behaviour, and about the shelf placement of products
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Jordan Le Bel, Associate Professor
Learn about his research and teaching regarding the Marketing of Food
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Tieshan Li, Assistant Professor
Learn about his research on competition and his interactive approach to teaching
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Michele Paulin, Professor
Learn about her research on relationship marketing and her focus on the millennials
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Christopher Ross, Professor
Learn about his writing of business cases and his approach to teaching marketing strategy and management
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Caroline Roux, Assistant Professor
Learn about her research on the impact of scarcity on consumption behavior
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Gad Saad, Professor
Learn about his research about biology and evolution and their impact on consumption behaviour
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Harold Simpkins, Senior Lecturer
Learn about his approach to teaching millennials and the marketing co-op program
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Kamila Sobol, Assistant Professor
Learn about her research on smart shoppers and  marketing communication
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Darlene Walsh, Associate Professor
Learn about her research on self- control and other factors influencing consumer decision making 
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