Field: Business and Administration

Field: Business and Administration

Research Expertise:
brand attachment, fairness, self-regulation, viral marketing

Expert: Dr. Svetlana Davis
Department: Business
Interview languages: English

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Dr. Svetlana Davis

Associate Professor – Marketing and Entrepreneurship Area Group Coordinator

Dr. Svetlana Davis is an Associate Professor for the Williams School of Business in the field of marketing. She has received her Ph. D. in marketing from Queen’s University. Her research focuses on understanding strong customer-brand relationships and associated limitations.Contact Information
Phone: 819-822-9600 ext. 2394

Dr. Svetlana Davis is an Associate Professor for the Williams School of Business in the field of marketing. She has received her Ph. D. in marketing from Queen’s University. Her research focuses on understanding strong customer-brand relationships and associated limitations.

Publications

Refereed conference proceedings

Davis, Svetlana (2014) “Goal commitment and consistency in avoiding temptations”, North American Advances in Consumer Research Volume 42, eds. June Cotte and Stacy Wood, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 781-781.

Davis, Svetlana and Peter Dacin (2011), “Customer Prioritization: Profit Enhancing or Threat Inducing?”, North American Advances in Consumer Research Volume 39, eds. Rohini Ahluwalia, Tanya L. Chartrand, and Rebecca K. Ratner, Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 895-896.

Ashworth, Laurence, McShane, Lindsay and Svetlana Davis (2011), “Unfair or Unfavorable? Social Comparisons, Attributions of Responsibility and the Spontaneous Activation of (Un)Fairness Concerns”, North American Advances in Consumer Research Volume 39, eds. Rohini Ahluwalia, Tanya L. Chartrand, and Rebecca K. Ratner, Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 880-881.

Conference and seminar presentations

Davis, Svetlana and Peter Dacin (2015). “Brand Attachment as a Limitation on Customer Prioritization Strategies”, Queen’s School of Business, Kingston, Ontario.

Davis, Svetlana (2014). “Goal commitment and consistency in avoiding temptations,” Baltimore, Maryland.

Davis, Svetlana and Peter Dacin (2013). “Brand Attachment as a Limitation of Company’s Strategic Options”, Queen’s School of Business, Kingston, Ontario.

Davis, Svetlana (2012). “Changes in Marketing Education”, McGill University, School of Continuing Education, Montreal, Quebec.

Davis, Svetlana and Peter Dacin (2011). “Customer Prioritization: Profit Enhancing or Threat Inducing?” presented at American Consumer Research Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Ashworth, Laurence, McShane, Lindsay and Svetlana Davis (2011). “Unfair or Unfavorable? Social Comparisons, Attributions of Responsibility and the Spontaneous Activation of (Un)Fairness Concerns” presented at American Consumer Research Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Davis, Svetlana and Peter Dacin (2011). “Brand Attachment and its Consequences” presented at American Consumer Research Conference, St. Louis, MO.

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Research Expertise:
employment law, human rights, labour relations, occupational health

Expert: Dr. Paul Gallina
Department: Business
Interview languages: English

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Dr. Paul Leonard Gallina

Full Professor

Dr. Gallina has had a life long interest in law and employment relations. Following a career with the Ontario Ministry of Labour, he came to Bishop’s and was promoted to Professor in 2007. In addition he has been a Visiting Professor as follows:
  • Faculty of Law, Western University, London, Canada (2017)
  •  South-West University Neofit Rilski, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria (2014)
  • Centre for Strategic Research (ESAM), Ege University, Izmir, Turkey (2010)
  • J.E. Cairnes Graduate School of Business and Public Policy, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland (2006
Among his academic achievements are a Masters of Laws (with Distinction) in law and employment relations from the University of Leicester, and a Doctorate in jurisprudence and social philosophy from the University of Guelph.…Contact Information
Phone: 819-822-9600 ext. 2416

Dr. Gallina has had a life long interest in law and employment relations. Following a career with the Ontario Ministry of Labour, he came to Bishop’s and was promoted to Professor in 2007. In addition he has been a Visiting Professor as follows:

  • Faculty of Law, Western University, London, Canada (2017)
  •  South-West University Neofit Rilski, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria (2014)
  • Centre for Strategic Research (ESAM), Ege University, Izmir, Turkey (2010)
  • J.E. Cairnes Graduate School of Business and Public Policy, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland (2006

Among his academic achievements are a Masters of Laws (with Distinction) in law and employment relations from the University of Leicester, and a Doctorate in jurisprudence and social philosophy from the University of Guelph.

He is active as a researcher and consultant for the Government of Canada (Labour), the European Union, and various other public and private associations. He was also an expert witness in one of the leading employment law cases in Canada.

For recent publications, research, presentations and consulting see: http://medlegcanada.com

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Research Expertise:
brand and product management, innovation, market vision, marketing, new product development, organizational vision

Expert: Dr. Susan Reid
Department: Business
Interview languages: English

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Research Expertise:
charitable donations, Chinese consumers, lonely consumers, Chinese non-profit marketing, gift-giving, consumer psychology, mortality salience, social marketing

Expert: Dr. Yanan Wang
Department: Business
Interview languages: English

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Dr. Yanan Wang

Associate Professor

Dr. Wang is an associate professor in Marketing at the Williams School of Business. She received her bachelor degree in industrial economics from Renmin University of China (1998), her MPhil degree of marketing from Lingnan University, Hong Kong (2004) and her PhD in Marketing from McGill University (2013). Dr. Wang teaches Marketing Management, Consumer Behaviour, Marketing Research and Happiness Marketing. She also supervises marketing students’ experiential learning projects. Her research interests include mortality salience, consumer well-being and gift giving.Contact Information
Phone: 819-822-9600 ext. 2702

Dr. Wang is an associate professor in Marketing at the Williams School of Business. She received her bachelor degree in industrial economics from Renmin University of China (1998), her MPhil degree of marketing from Lingnan University, Hong Kong (2004) and her PhD in Marketing from McGill University (2013). Dr. Wang teaches Marketing Management, Consumer Behaviour, Marketing Research and Happiness Marketing. She also supervises marketing students’ experiential learning projects. Her research interests include mortality salience, consumer well-being and gift giving.

Publications

Peer-Refereed Academic Journals and Conference Proceedings

Wang, Y. (2014), The Divergent Effects of Mortality Salience of Self versus Mortality Salience of a Loved One on Materialistic Consumption, Journal of Research for Consumers, Issue 26, 106-130.

Wang, Y. (2014), On the Need to Distinguish Mortality Salience of Loved Ones (MSLO) from Mortality Salience of Self (MSS) in Consumer Studies, Journal of Research for Consumers, Issue 25, 83-121.

Cui, G. and Wang, Y. (2010), How Do Consumers Make SKU Choices in Online Supermarkets? A Latent Class Approach, Journal of Marketing Management, 495-514.

Wang, Y. (2005), Exploring online brand choice at the SKU level: the effects of Internet-specific attributes, The E-Business Review, Vol. 5, 241-245.

Conference Proceeding

Wang. Y. (2015). “The Divergent effects of Mortality Salience of Self (MSS) versus Mortality Salience of a Loved One (MSLO) on Materialistic Consumption.” International Marketing Trends Conference, Paris, France, January 2015.

Deschenes, J., Wang, Y., Lacoux, J., & Grandbois, V. (2014), Preliminary Reflections on the Nature of Third-Party Fundraising: Insights from Canada and China, 2014 China International Marketing Conference, vol. 2, pg. 61.

Wang, Y. and Mukherjee, A. (2013), Mortality Salience and Product Evaluation: Role of Self versus Loved Ones, European Marketing Academy Conference (EMAC), Istanbul, Turkey.

Wang, Y. and Bockenholt, U. (2011), Of Losing a Parent and Buying a BMW: The Effects of Mortality Salience Regarding a Loved One on Materialistic Consumption, in Yi, Z., Xiao, J. J., Cotte, J. and Price, L. (Eds.), Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, vol. 9, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research, 222-223.

LeBel, J. L., Wang, Y., Vakratsas, D., Mukherjee, A. and Dubé, L. (2006), Delivering Differentiated Experiential Branding in Web Environments, in Pechmann, C., and Price, L. L. (Eds.), Advances in Consumer Research, vol. 33, Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research, 302-303.

Cui, G., Wang, Y. and Zhou, N. (2004), Backlash of Global Brands? Consumer Purchases of Foreign and Domestic Products in an Emerging Market, Proceedings of the AIB Southeast Asia Regional Conference, 5-7 August, Macau, China.

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