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Nathan Warren

Postdoktorstipendiat - Institutt for markedsføring

Biografi

Please see my website for my updated CV and current research projects: https://www.nathanwarrenresearch.com/

Publikasjoner

Warren, Nathan & Campbell, Troy (2021)

The Sleep-Deprived Masculinity Stereotype

Journal of the Association for Consumer Research Doi: 10.1086/711758

Warren, Nathan; Hanson, Sara & Yuan, Hong (2020)

Feeling Manipulated: How Tip Request Sequence Impacts Customers and Service Providers

Journal of Service Research Doi: 10.1177/1094670519900553

National Public Radio, KPCC & Warren, Nathan (2023)

Tips For Tipping In A Pandemic, Tech-Infused World

https://www.kpcc.org/show/airtalk/2023-01-11/storm-coverage- [Radio]

Maffin, Tod & Warren, Nathan (2022)

Do You Like This Podcast 0%, 15%, or 22%?

[Internett]

Warren, Nathan (2022)

We Need to Talk About Dirt

[Popular scientific article]. BI Marketing Magazine

Warren, Nathan & Price, Linda (2022)

Technology Practices in Wilderness Experiences

[Academic lecture]. Association for Consumer Research Conference.

Warren, Nathan; Price, Linda & Lartey, Jared Offei (2022)

Tech in the Wild: The Fraught Meanings and Altered Material Competencies of Digital Practices in Wilderness Settings

[Academic lecture]. Consumer Culture Theory Conference.

Warren, Nathan & Hanson, Sara (2022)

Tipping, Disrupted: Review, Phenomenological integration, and Research Agenda

[Academic lecture]. Frontiers in Service Conference.

Warren, Nathan & Price, Linda (2022)

Consumer Dirtwork

[Academic lecture]. Consumer Culture Theory Conference.

Warren, Nathan; Hanson, Sara & Yuan, Hong (2021)

Feeling Watched: How Visibility Influences Tip Amounts and Customer Response

[Academic lecture]. American Marketing Association Winter Conference.

Warren, Nathan & Price, Linda (2021)

Consumer Dirtwork and the Paradoxical Sustainability of Passionate Consumption

[Academic lecture]. American Marketing Association Winter Conference.

Warren, Nathan; Hanson, Sara & Yuan, Hong (2021)

Who’s in Control? How Default Tip Levels Influence Customer Response

[Academic lecture]. Organizational Frontlines in Services Conference.

Mercurio, Katie; Warren, Nathan, Howe, Lauren, Campbell, Troy & Shepherd, Stephen (2021)

Criticizing with Care: The Persuasive Power of Dual Concern Messages

[Academic lecture]. Association for Consumer Research Conference.

Warren, Nathan (2021)

Author spotlight: Publishing at the Journal of the Association of Consumer Research

[Academic lecture]. Association for Consumer Research Conference.

Akademisk grad
År Akademisk institusjon Grad
2021 University of Oregon PhD
2018 University of Oregon Master of Science in Economics and Business Admini
2012 Salem State University Master of Arts
2007 Hampshire College Bachelor of Science
Arbeidserfaring
År Arbeidsgiver Tittel
2021 - Present BI Norwegian Business School Assistant Professor
2016 - 2021 University of Oregon Instructor of Marketing