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Johannes Hattula

title Dr. oec.
name Johannes Hattula
institute Institute of Marketing (IFM)
publications papers (15)
projects project entries (3)
fields of research Managerial and Consumer Decision Making / Information Processing
Preference Formation and Prediction
Social Identity and Influence / Product Adoption and Abandonment
personal education since 2012: University of St. Gallen, Switzerland - Postdoctoral Research 06/2013-12/2013: Yale University, School of Management, New Haven, United States - Visiting Fellowship (Advisor: Ravi Dhar) 10/2008-09/2012: University of St. Gallen (accredited by AACSB and EQUIS), Switzerland - PhD-Studies (Advisors: Sven Reinecke and Andreas Herrmann), Thesis on "Understanding Managers' Predictions of Consumer Preferences - A Self-Referential Bias of Cognitive Empathy" 07/2012: Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality, Berlin, Germany (Advisor: Gerd Gigerenzer) 04/2011-03/2012: University of British Columbia (accredited by AACSB and EQUIS), Sauder School of Business, Vancouver, Canada - Swiss National Science Foundation Research Fellow (Advisor: Darren W. Dahl)

07/2009-08/2009: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA - Summer School ICPSR

10/2003-08/2007: University of Mannheim (accredited by AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS), Germany - Undergraduate and Graduate Studies in Business Administration

07/1996-06/2003: Erwin-Strittmatter-Gymnasium, Spremberg, Germany - Abitur (general qualification for university entrance)
awards 06/2013: EMAC McKinsey Dissertation Award 2013, "Honorable Mention" for Dissertation "Understanding Managers' Predictions of Consumer Preferences - A Self-Referential Bias of Cognitive Empathy" 07/2012: Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Grant for participation in the Summer Institut on Bounded Rationality 04/2012-03/2013: The Basic Research Fund, University of St. Gallen, Grant for research on "Bridging the Separate Worlds of Marketing Science and Practice"
04/2011-03/2012: Swiss National Science Foundation, Grant for Visiting Scholarship, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

10/2010-03/2011: The Basic Research Fund, University of St. Gallen, Grant for research on "Social Influence on the Adoption and Abandonment of Cultural Tastes"

07/2009-08/2009: Swiss National Science Foundation, Grant for ICPSR courses in quantitative research methods, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

05/2008: "Stiftung Marketing" at the University of Mannheim, Award for excellent research results in graduate thesis "Methodological Problems of Customer Satisfaction Surveys - Classification and Empirical Investigation with Item Response Theory"
affiliations Academy of Marketing Science (AMS)
American Marketing Association (AMA)Association for Consumer Research (ACR)INFORMS Society for Marketing Science (ISMS) Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM)
additional inform... Session chair, Scientometrics, INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, Cologne, Germany, June 17-19, 2010.