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  • FALL 2017
  • TR 10:00-11:30
  • W 12:00-3:00

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Donald Norris

Associate Professor

Marketing

Profile Biography Courses

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, Marketing, 1983
  • M.B.A. University of Rhode Island,1974
  • B.S. University of Delaware, Marketing and Economics, 1972

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Associate Professor, Miami University (1986–Present).
  • Assistant Professor, American University (1983–1986).
  • Instructor, University of Rhode Island (1974–1976).

Recent Publications

  • Norris, D. G. (in press). “Why You Don't Want to Become a Pi Sigma Epsilon Faculty Advisor.” Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management, 23 (1), 88.
  • Norris, D. G. (in press). “Pi Sigma Epsilon Sets the Foundation for Success.” Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management, 22 (4), 313.
  • Norris, D. G. & McCarthy, M. (in press). “Improving Competitive Position Using Branded Ingredients.” Journal of Product and Brand Management, 22 (4), 313.
  • Norris, D. G. & McCarthy, M. (in press). “Branded Ingredients and Competitive Advantage: The Moderating Role of Host Brand Quality.” Journal of Consumer Psychology.
  • Norris, D. G. & McNeilly, K. (in press). “The Impact of Environmental Uncertainty and Asset Specificity on Supplier Commitment by Market and Relational Buyers.” Journal of Business to Business Marketing, 2, 59-85.

Honors & Awards

  • 2005: Faculty Advisor of Excellence, Professional Fraternity Association.
  • 2004: Faculty Advisor of Excellence, Professional Fraternity Association.
  • 2004: Doctoral Consortium Fellow, American Marketing Association.
  • 2003: Inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary business fraternity.
  • 2003: Faculty Advisor of Year, Farmer School of Business.
  • 2003: Top Faculty Advisor, Pi Sigma Epsilon.

Areas of Expertise

  • Brands
  • Business-to-business marketing
  • Buyer behavior
  • Consumer behavior
  • Industrial buyer behavior
  • Ingredient branding
  • Organizational buying/logistics
  • Relationship marketing