News Department of Marketing
Paper by Hans Haan accepted for publication in the journal Industrial Marketing Management20th October 2020
Hans Haans had a paper accepted for publication on "Reducing food waste through digital platforms: A quantification of cross-side network effects" (co-authored with Neomie Raassens, Shantanu Mullick, and Ed Nijsen, all from TU/Eindhoven).
Paper by Rob Smith accepted for publication in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology20th October 2020
Rob Smith had a paper accepted on ‘The Role of Holistic Processing in Simultaneous Consumption’ (co-authored with Joe Redden from the University of Minnesota). ). The paper will be published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Paper by Jan Klein accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Research20th October 2020
A new study by Jan Klein, together with his colleagues from EBS University in Germany (Anne-Sophie Riegger, Katrin Merfeld, and Sven Henkel), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Research.
Paper by Els Gijsbrechts and Inge Geyskens has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing20th October 2020
The paper by Els Gijsbrechts and Inge Geyskens on “Navigating the Last Mile in Grocery Shopping: The Click and Collect Format” together with Katrijn Gielens from UNC in Chapel Hill has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing.
Best Paper Award in the Marketing Strategy track and Overall Best Conference Paper Award for Samuel Stäbler20th October 2020
At the (virtual) Atlantic Marketing Association conference, Samuel Stäbler received the Best Paper Award in the Marketing Strategy track as well as the Overall Best Conference Paper Award.
Samuel Stäbler one of the finalists for the AMA Marketing Research SIG’s 2020 Lehmann award20th October 2020
Samuel Stäbler has been one of the finalists for the AMA Marketing Research SIG’s 2020 Lehmann award for his publication:
Stäbler, S., & Fischer, M. (2020). When Does Corporate Social Irresponsibility Become News? Evidence from More Than 1,000 Brand Transgressions Across Five Countries. Journal of Marketing, 84(3), 46–67.
When does the left-side-digit tactic work best?29th September 2020
We all know the practice of pricing products just below round amounts. It has been around for almost a century. Retailers set prices at, for instance, $2.99 instead of $3.00, expecting to benefit from consumers’ tendency to focus on prices’ left-most digits. But in what circumstances does this practice work best? Tatiana Sokolova and her colleagues Satheesh Seenivasan and Manoj Thomas searched for answers.
Paper by Niels van de Ven accepted in Personality and Individual Differences19th June 2020
The paper by Niels van de Ven on “When Enough Is Not Enough: Overearning as a Manifestation of Dispositional Greed” together with Marcel Zeelenberg, Terri Seuntjens, and Seger Breugelmans from the Department of Social Psychology at the Tilburg University has been accepted for publication in Personality and Individual Differences.
Paper by Tatiana Sokolova accepted in Journal of Marketing Research19th June 2020
Tatiana Sokolova her paper “The Left-Digit Bias: When and Why Are Consumers Penny Wise and Pound Foolish?”, co-authored with Satheesh Seenivasan (Monash University, Australia) and Manoj Thomas (Cornell University, USA) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing Research
Bart Bronnenberg has been awarded the Long Term Impact Award19th June 2020
Bart Bronnenberg has been awarded the Long Term Impact Award from the INFORMS Society for his impactful 2010 publication in Marketing Science.
More conscious consumers are an opportunity for smart marketers14th May 2020
Interview with Barbara Deleersnyder in Marketing Tribune (in Dutch). She has recently been appointed as Professor of Marketing at the Marketing Department of Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM). How does she view the corona crisis for marketers?
Barbara Deleersnyder has been appointed as Professor of Marketing28th April 2020
Tilburg University has appointed dr. Barbara Deleersnyder as Professor of Marketing at the Marketing Department in the Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM), effective May 1, 2020. Her research is dedicated to support marketing managers to pursue strategies that benefit the firm, its customers, and society at large.
Nick Bombaij finalist 2020 AMS Mary Kay Dissertation Proposal Award16th April 2020
The dissertation proposal by our Ph.D. student Nick Bombaij titled, “When do loyalty programs work?” has been selected as one of the three finalists for 2020 AMS Mary Kay Dissertation Proposal Award.
Paper by Inge Geyskens and Marnik Dekimpe accepted in Journal of Marketing Research16th April 2020
Inge Geyskens and Marnik Dekimpe have their paper accepted together with our former PhD student Kristopher Keller (now at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) on: “Opening the Umbrella: The Effect of Rebranding Multiple Category Specific Private-Label Brands to One Umbrella Brand”.
Paper by Leon Gim Lim accepted in Journal of Marketing16th April 2020
In a new study that has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing, Leon Gim Lim from Tilburg University, Kapil R. Tuli from Singapore Management University and Rajdeep Grewal from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, examine the impact of customer satisfaction on the future cost of selling of a firm and the extent to which this impact differs across firms and industries.