Shankar Ganesan is the recipient of American Marketing Association’s (AMA) Interorganizational SIG Lifetime Achievement Award in 2022.
Yixing Chen was the winner of the 2021 John A. Howard/AMA Doctoral Dissertation Award for his dissertation titled, “Linking Marketing to Social and Economic Outcomes: The Case of Cancer Prevention and K-12 Education.”
Shankar Ganesan has been selected as AMA’s Retailing and Pricing SIG’s Lifetime Achievement Award winner in 2022.
Frank Germann was awarded the 2021 Varadarajan Award for Early Career Contributions to Marketing Strategy Research
John Sherry was the recipient of the Association for Consumer Research (ACR)’s 2021 Fellow in Consumer Behavior. The Fellowship is the highest honor that ACR grants in recognition of an individual’s contribution to scholarly work in consumer behavior over an extended period of time.
Frank Germann’s article in the Journal of Marketing (with Stephen J. Anderson, Pradeep Chintagunta, and Naufel Vilcassim), “Do Marketers Matter for Entrepreneurs? Evidence from a Field Experiment in Uganda,” was the winner of the 2021 AMA/MSI/Paul Root Award.
Yixing Chen’s article in the Journal of Marketing on improving cancer outreach effectiveness was a finalist for the 2020 Marketing Science Institute/H. Paul Root Award from the American Marketing Association
Christian Hughes won the AMA Marketing Research SIG’s 2020 Lehmann Award for the best dissertation-based article. The article focused on driving brand engagement through online social influencers
Frank Germann won the 2020 Sheth Foundation/Journal of Marketing Award for an article published in 2015 in the Journal of Marketing with co-authors Ebbes and Grewal.
Vamsi Kanuri was the 2020 Robert Lavidge Global Marketing Research Award from the AMA foundation
Aviva Philipp-Muller, John P. Costello, and Rebecca Walker Reczek “Get Your Science Out of Here: When Does Invoking Science in the Marketing of Consumer Products Backfire,” Journal of Consumer Research. Forthcoming
Costello, John and Selin A. Malkoc, ““Why Are Donors More Generous with Time than Money? The Role of Perceived Control Over Donations on Charitable Giving,” Journal of Consumer Research, Forthcoming
Mariadassou, S., Bechler, Chris., Levav, J. ,”The Effect of Auditory and Visual Information on Choice,” Psychological Science, Forthcoming
Yang, Joonhyuk, Yingkang Xie , Lakshman Krishnamurthi, and Purush Papatla, “High-Energy Ad Content: A Large-Scale Investigation of TV Commercials,” Journal of Marketing Research, Forthcoming
Lu, Shijie, Ying Xie, and Xingyu Chen, “Immediate and Enduring Effects of Digital Badges on Online Content Consumption and Generation,” International Journal of Research in Marketing, forthcoming.
Yang, Joonhyuk, Jung Youn Lee, and Pradeep Chintagunta (2021) “Commercial Success through Commercials? Advertising and Pay TV Operators,” Journal of Marketing Research
Yang, Joonhyuk, Eric Anderson, and Brett Gordon (2021) “Digitization and Flexibility: Evidence from the South Korean Movie Market,” Marketing Science.
Chen, Yixing, Vikas Mittal, and Shrihari Sridhar (2021), “Investigating the Academic Performance and Disciplinary Consequences of School District Internet Access Spending,” Journal of Marketing Research
Lu, Shijie, Dai Yao, Xingyu Chen, and Rajdeep Grewal (2021), “Do Larger Audiences Generate Greater Revenues under Pay What You Want? Evidence from a Live Streaming Platform,” Marketing Science
Wang, Xin (Shane), Shijie Lu, Xi Li, Mansur Khamitov, and Neil Bendle (2021), “Audio Mining: The Role of Vocal Tone in Persuasion,” Journal of Consumer Research (lead article)
Lu, Shijie, Koushyar Rajavi, and Isaac Dinner (2021), “The Effect of Over-the-Top Media Services on Piracy Search: Evidence from a Natural Experiment,” Marketing Science
Ryoo, Jun Hyun (Joseph), Xin (Shane) Wang, and Shijie Lu (2021), “Do Spoilers Really Spoil? Using Topic Modeling to Measure the Effect of Spoiler Reviews on Box Office Revenue,” Journal of Marketing
Bechler, Chris., Tormala, Z. L. (2021),”Misdirecting Persuasive Efforts During the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Targets People Choose May Not Be the Most Likely to Change,” Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.
Borghini, Stefania, John Sherry and Annamma Joy (2021), “Attachment to and Detachment from Favorite Stores: An Affordance Theory Perspective,” Journal of Consumer Research
Anderson, Stephen, Pradeep Chintagunta, Frank Germann, and Naufel Vilcassim (2021), “Do Marketers Matter for Entrepreneurs? Evidence from a Field Experiment in Uganda,” Journal of Marketing
Chen, Yixing, Ju-Leon Lee, Shrihari Sridhar, Vikas Mittal, Katherine MaCallister, and Amit Singal (2020) “Improving Cancer Outreach Effectiveness through Targeting and Economic Assessments: Insights from a Randomized Field Experiment,” Journal of Marketing
Caglar Irmak, Mitchel R. Murdock, and Vamsi K. Kanuri (2020), “When consumption regulations backfire: The role of political ideology,” Journal of Marketing Research
Costello, John., Walker Reczek, R. (2020), “Providers vs. Platforms: Marketing Communications in the Sharing Economy,” Journal of Marketing
A framework for success in marketing
Ranked No. 12 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, the Department of Marketing at the Mendoza College of Business uses the 5C/STP/4Ps marketing management framework as its foundational model.
You will learn from world-renowned scholars and award-winning instructors.
With particular emphasis on ethics, the curriculum allows you to make the connections between your classes and the roles and responsibilities of marketing in organizations and society.
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During your time at Notre Dame, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from a wide range of experiences: study abroad, internships and research, and the professional expertise our faculty members bring to the classroom. You’ll also be challenged and encouraged to examine all business decisions through an ethical framework.
More than 75 percent of Notre Dame undergraduates study abroad
This experience is particularly formative for marketing majors interested in learning firsthand what drives consumer behavior in international markets. Choose from 67 programs across 26 countries. No matter which destination you choose, you’ll return to campus with a deeper understanding of how the business you conduct throughout your career impacts the world at large.
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Yes, our rigorous curriculum will prepare you to solve complex marketing challenges. But more importantly, the solutions you devise to these challenges will be informed by a deep sense of ethics strengthened during your time at Notre Dame.
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A curriculum both broad and deep. Students majoring in marketing may elect to pursue one of four specialized tracks.
Each track consists of three elective courses. Students may pursue any of the four tracks to develop depth and select electives from other tracks or general electives to develop breadth in the marketing domain. Students are not required to pursue any of these tracks and are free to choose electives consistent with their academic interests. Crosstrack Electives: Exploring the Frontiers of Marketing Thought, and Sports Marketing. (Students are not restricted to tracks, but may opt to acquire more depth in an area attractive to employers.)
Marketing Decision Analytics
Marketing Decision Analytics focuses on marketing models and data analytics. This track prepares students for careers in marketing and data analysis, marketing research, retail analysis, and consulting. Courses include: Data Based Decision Analysis; Data Analytics & Marketing Mix Modeling; and Social Media Analytics.
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Chair, Department of Marketing
John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Professor of Business
Shankar Ganesan joined the Notre Dame faculty in 2013 as the John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Professor of Marketing. Previously, he was a member of the Marketing Department at the University of Arizona. His research focusses on the areas of inter-organizational relationships, customer relationship management, service failures and recovery, product recalls, and new product innovation. He is the author of several articles that have appeared in leading academic journals, including Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Retailing, Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and MIT Sloan Management Review. Recently, he edited the Handbook of Marketing and Finance published by Edward Elgar. He is currently the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Retailing, ranked among the top-business journals. He has received numerous awards and honors for his research, teaching, and editorial service. He teaches customer relationship management to the MBAs, strategic marketing to the Executive MBAs and senior executives in Fortune 500 firms.
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