Juan Gloria Meng, Professor of Marketing
Principles of Marketing (MRKT 210)
Consumer Behavior (MRKT 316)
Marketing Research and Analysis (MRKT 324)
- Ph.D. (Marketing), Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
- Master of Arts (Business), Hitotsubashi University, Japan
- Bachelor of Arts, Yokohama National University, Japan
- 1st Level of Business Japanese Proficiency Certificate
- 1st Level of Japanese Language Proficiency Certificate
Ambrose, G. & Meng, J. (2019) "Why Do Millennials Use Facebook? Enduring Insights", Qualitative Market Research, Forthcoming
Hall, M., Elliott, K., & Meng, J. (2017). Using the PAD (Pleasure, Arousal, and Dominance) Model to Explain Facebook Attitudes and Use Intentions. The Journal of Social Media in Society, 6 (1), 144-169.
Mummalaneni, V., Meng, J., & Elliott, K. M. (2016). Consumer Technology Readiness and e-Service Quality in e-Tailing: What is the Impact on Predicting Online Purchasing? Journal of Internet Commerce, 15 (4), 311-331.
Nguyen, A. & Meng, J. (2016). How Source of Funds Affects Buyer's Judgments of Price Fairness and Subsequent Response. Journal of Product and Brand Management.
Hall, M. C., Elliott, K. M., & Meng, J. (2016). Predicting Consumers' Attitude Toward Their Facebook Experience: The Influence of cognitive and Affective Factors. Journal of Technology Research.
SERVICE AND OUTREACH
- 2020-Present: University UCAP Committee
- 2020-Present: COB Curriculum Committee (Ex Officio)
- 2020-Present: COB Research Committee
- 2019-Present: COB Curriculum Management Team
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Cultural Influences on Consumer Behavior
- Services Marketing
- Technology and Product Adoption
AWARDS AND HONORS
- 2016 Women of Courage and Vision Award
- 2015 Global Citizen Award, Minnesota State University, Mankato
- 2014 Research Award, College of Business, Minnesota State University, Mankato