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Gavan J. Fitzsimons, Edward and Rose Donnell Distinguished Professor of Fuqua School of Business and Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience and Professor of Business Administration and Affiiliate of Center for Child and Family Policy

Gavan J. Fitzsimons
Contact Info:
Office Location:  Fuqua School, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone:  (919) 660-7793
Email Address:   send me a message
Web Page:   http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/faculty/gavan-fitzsimons

Education:

Ph.D.Columbia University1995
M.B.A. Marketing and FinanceThe Ivey School, The University of Western Ontario2005
M.Phil.Columbia University1994
M.B.A.University of Western Ontario (Canada)1991
B.S.University of Western Ontario (Canada)1988
BS ChemistryThe University of Western Ontario1988
Specialties:

Children and Marketing
Research Interests: Marketing Strategy, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Consumer Behavior

Areas of Interest:

Unintended and Nonconscious Consequences of Marketing Actions
Decision Making in Restricted Choice Environments

Curriculum Vitae
Current Ph.D. Students   (Former Students)

    Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

    1. Wu, EC; Moore, SG; Fitzsimons, GJ (2020). Erratum: Wine for the table: Self-construal, group size, and choice for self and others (Journal of Consumer Research DOI: 10.1093/jcr/ucy082). Journal of Consumer Research, 46(6), 1125. [doi]  [abs]
    2. Wu, EC; Moore, SG; Fitzsimons, GJ (2019). Wine for the Table: Self-Construal, Group Size, and Choice for Self and Others. Journal of Consumer Research, 46(3), 508-527. [doi]  [abs]
    3. Liu, PJ; Dallas, SK; Fitzsimons, GJ; Price, LL; Reczek, RW (2019). A Framework for Understanding Consumer Choices for Others. Journal of Consumer Research, 46(3), 407-434. [doi]  [abs]
    4. Liu, PJ; Haws, KL; Scherr, K; Redden, JP; Bettman, JR; Fitzsimons, GJ (2019). The primacy of “what” over “how much”: How type and quantity shape healthiness perceptions of food portions. Management Science, 65(7), 3353-3381. [doi]  [abs]
    5. Gaustad, T; Samuelsen, BM; Warlop, L; Fitzsimons, GJ (2019). Too much of a good thing? Consumer response to strategic changes in brand image. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 36(2), 264-280. [doi]  [abs]

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