Faculty Awards

2018

2017

2016

  • Jonah Berger – Outstanding Reviewer Award, Journal of Consumer Research, 2016
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Fellow, Association for Consumer Research, 2016, 2016
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Fellow, Society of Consumer Psychology 2016, 2016
  • Patti Williams – Outstanding Reviewer, Journal of Consumer Research, 2016
  • Pinar Yildirim – MSI Young Scholar, 2016
  • Eric T Bradlow – J.B. Steenkamp Long-Term Impact Award, IJRM Best Paper, 2016
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Finalist, John D. C. Little Award, 2016
  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Finalist, John D.C. Little Award (INFORMS), 2016
  • Rom Y. Schrift – Finalist, William F. O’Dell Award, Journal of Marketing Research, 2016
  • Patti Williams – Wharton WEMBA Class of 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award, 2016
  • J. Scott Armstrong – Selected as Inaugural Lecturer for the “Armstrong Brilliance in Research in Marketing Award”, 2016
  • Elea McDonnell Feit – Drexel University LeBow College of Business Research Award, 2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

  • Katja Seim – “Tough but we’ll thank you in five years” MBA Core Teaching Award, 2011
  • David Bell – 2010 AMA Innovation, Technology and Interactivity Best Article of the Year, 2011 Description

    “Spatiotemporal Analysis of Imitation Behavior across New Buyers at an Online Grocery Retailer,” published in Journal of Marketing Research, 47 (February) 75-89. (with J. Choi and S. Hui)

  • Jonah Berger – Outstanding Reviewer Award, Journal of Consumer Research, 2011
  • Jonah Berger – Winner, Iron Professor Competition, The Wharton School, 2011
  • Rom Y. Schrift – AMA / John A. Howard, Doctoral Dissertation Competition, Honorable Mention, 2011
  • Rom Y. Schrift – Mary Kay Doctoral Dissertation Competition, Honorable Mention, 2011
  • Jonah Berger – MBA Teaching Commitment and Curricular Innovation Award, 2011
  • Raghuram Iyengar – MBA Excellence in Teaching: Elective Curriculum award, 2011
  • David ReibsteinThe Earl E. Dyess Lectureship in Marketing, 2011
  • Rom Y. Schrift – Best Competitive Paper Award, Society for Consumer Psychology, 2010
  • Jonah Berger – MSI – Young Scholars Program, 2011
  • Jonah Berger – Top 10 Reviewer Award, Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2011
  • Gérard Cachon – Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society Fellow, 2011
  • Gérard Cachon – Penn Fellow: One of six mid-career Penn faculty chosen for this leadership development program, 2011
  • Joseph Simmons – Wharton Excellence in Teaching Award, Undergraduate Division, 2011
  • Patti WilliamsMBA Core Curriculum Excellence in Teaching Award, 2011
  • Jagmohan Raju – MBA Excellence in Teaching: Elective Curriculum, 2011
  • Jagmohan Raju – Wharton MBA Program for Executives: Elective Teaching Award, 2011
  • Uri Simonsohn – Wharton Excellence in Teaching Award, Undergraduate Division, 2011
  • Raghuram Iyengar – MSI Young Scholar Program, 2011

2010

2009

  • Jagmohan Raju – WEMBA West Elective Teaching Award, 2009
  • David Bell – MBA Core Curriculum Award, “Above and beyond call of duty”, 2009
  • David Bell – Finalist, INFORMS Long Term Impact Award for Marketing Science, 2009 Description

    For “The Decomposition of Promotional Response: An Empirical Generalization,” Marketing Science, 18, 4 (Fall), 504-26. (with J. Chiang, V. Padmanabhan)

  • Ulrich Doraszelski – NFS Grant No. SES-0924380, “Collaborative Research: Measuring the Bias of Technological Change,” with Jordi Jaumandreu, 2009-2011
  • Gérard Cachon – “Tough, But I’ll Thank You in 5 Years Award”, 2009
  • Peter Fader – AMA 25-year Consortium Fellow Research Excellence Award, 2009
  • Peter Fader – Finalist, O’Dell Award for Best Paper in Journal of Marketing Research, 2009
  • Deborah Small – Marketing Science Institute Young Scholar, 2009
  • Eric T Bradlow – Inaugural Fellow of the University of Pennsylvania, 2009
  • Eric T Bradlow – Fellow of the American Education Research Association, 2009
  • Eric T Bradlow – Finalist, H. Paul Root Award, Best Paper in Journal of Marketing, 2009
  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – Finalist, H. Paul Root Award, Best Paper in Journal of Marketing, 2009 Description

    2009 MSI/H. Paul Root Award Finalist (Journal of Marketing article that made the most significant contribution to further the practice of marketing) for “Does In-Store Marketing Work? Effects of the Number and Position of Shelf Facings on Brand Attention and Evaluation at the Point of Purchase,” co-authored with Pierre Chandon, Eric Bradlow, and Scott H. Young.

  • Uri Simonsohn – Wharton Excellence in Teaching Award, Undergraduate Division, 2009
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Wharton Sports Business Initiative Grant, 2009

2008

  • David Reibstein – Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award 1993-1998, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 Description

    1993-1998,2004, 2005, 2007, 2008

  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Best Reviewer Award, Journal of Marketing, 2007-2008
  • Pinar Yildirim – INFORMS Future Academician Colloquium Fellow, 2008 Description

     

     
     
  • Pinar Yildirim – AMA-Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2008 Description

     

     
     
  • Pinar Yildirim – University of Pittsburgh Honoree, 2008 Description

     

     
     
  • Leonard Lodish – Journal of Advertising Research – Award for Best Paper of 2007 (received with co-authors Abba Krieger and Ye Hu), 2008 Description

    “An Analysis of Real World TV Advertising Tests: A 15-Year Update”, from JAR volume 47, issue 3, has been voted by the Journal of Advertising Research Editorial Board as the JAR Best Paper of 2007.The JAR Best Paper Prize was introduced this year to recognize the contribution of JAR authors to furthering the industry’s knowledge of advertising research.

  • Abba M. Krieger – Journal of Advertising Research – Award for Best Paper of 2007 (received with co-authors Leonard Lodish and Ye Hu), 2008 Description

    “An Analysis of Real World TV Advertising Tests: A 15-Year Update”, from JAR volume 47, issue 3, has been voted by the Journal of Advertising Research Editorial Board as the JAR Best Paper of 2007.The JAR Best Paper Prize was introduced this year to recognize the contribution of JAR authors to furthering the industry’s knowledge of advertising research.

  • Eric T Bradlow – Finalist, John D.C. Little Best Paper Award, 2008
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Finalist, Paul E. Green Award, 2008 Description

    Finalist

  • Ulrich Doraszelski – Clark Fund, Harvard University, 2004 and, 2008
  • Gérard Cachon – MSOM Society Service award, 2008
  • David Reibstein – Wharton Class of 2008 “Goes above and beyond the call of duty” Award, 2008
  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton East WEMBA Teaching Award, 2008
  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – Sheth Foundation/Journal of Consumer Research Long-Term Contribution Award, 2008 Description

    2008 Sheth Foundation/Journal of Consumer Research Long-Term Contribution Award for “Dimensions of Consumer Expertise,” co-authored with Joseph W. Alba

  • Keith Niedermeier – Thomas C. Kinnear/Journal of Public Policy & Marketing Award, 2008 Description

    Honoring the article that has made the most significant contribution to the understanding of marketing and public policy issues within the most recent three-year time period

  • Keith Niedermeier – William G. Whitney Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching, 2006
  • Keith Niedermeier – Wharton MBA Excellence in Teaching Award, 2005
  • Patti Williams – MBA Core Curriculum Award “Goes Above And Beyond The Call of Duty”, 2008
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Wharton-SMU Research Grant, 2008-2009
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Editor’s Award – Best Paper of the Year, Experimental Economics, 2008
  • Maria Ana Vitorino – Alden G. Clayton Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Competition, 2007
  • Maria Ana Vitorino – AMA-Sheth Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2007
  • Maria Ana Vitorino – Kilts Center Fellow, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 2007
  • Maria Ana Vitorino – INFORMS Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2005
  • Maria Ana Vitorino – John D.C. Little Best Paper Award (Finalist), “Category Pricing with State Dependent Utility”, 2008

2007

  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – The ACR Working Paper Best Poster Award, 2007 Description

    For “A Three Factor Model of Consumer Preference for Self-Designed Products,” with Xiayan Deng

  • Peter Fader – Robert B. Clarke Outstanding Educator Award, given by the Direct Marketing Educational Foundation to honor an academic’s overall achievement in direct/interactive marketing, 2007
  • Eric T Bradlow – American Marketing Association EXPLOR Award, 2007
  • Peter Fader – EXPLOR Award from the American Marketing Association for “the most innovative use of technology that advances marketing research”, 2007
  • Yoram (Jerry) Wind – Buck Weaver Award, 2007 Description

    MIT’s Buck Weaver Award was established by General Motors in honor of Henry Grady “Buck” Weaver, a pioneer in marketing research and market-based decision-making in the 1930s and GM’s first director of marketing research. The award recognizes the person who best combines theory and practice in marketing. Former winners of the award include Paul Green, David Aaker, Vince Barabba, and John Little.

  • Peter Fader – David Hardin Award for best paper published in Marketing Research magazine, 2007
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Davidson Award for the Best article in Journal of Retailing 2005, 2007
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Finalist for Best Article, JCR, 2007
  • David Bell – MBA for Executives (West) Elective Teaching Award, 2005, 2006, 2007
  • Patti Williams – Wharton Excellence In Teaching Award, 2007
  • J. Scott ArmstrongOne of the “55 of the Hottest, Smartest, Most Talked About College Professors”, 2007
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Finalist, Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award, 2007 Description

    Finalist

  • Lisa Bolton – AMA Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Faculty, 2007 Description

    AMA Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Faculty

  • Deborah Small – Fellow, Wharton Risk and Decision Processes Center, 2007
  • David Reibstein – Marketing Metrics: 50+ Metrics Every Executive Should Master (2006) was named as the “Best Business Book: Marketing” by Strategy & Business, 2007
  • David Reibstein – Wharton Class of 2007 “Goes above and beyond the call of duty” Award, 2007
  • Gal Zauberman – Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions to Consumer Psychology, 2007 Description

    Society for Consumer Psychology (American Psychological Association, Division 23).

  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton East WEMBA Teaching Award, 2007
  • George Day – IBM Award for Best Article published in the Journal of Service Research, 2007 Description

    "The Path to Customer Centricity" with Denise Shah, Roland Rust, A. Parasuraman and Richard Staelin.

  • George Day – Robert D. Buzzell Marketing Science Institute Best Paper Award, 2007 Description

    Award for Aligning the Organization with the Market (MSI Report 05-110).

  • Kartik Hosanagar – MBA Excellence in Teaching Award, 2007
  • Kartik Hosanagar – Wharton Class of 2009 “Goes above and beyond the call of duty” award recipient, 2007
  • Z. John Zhang – Finalist for the O’Dell Award for the Most Impactful JMR Paper Five Years Later, 2007
  • Patti Williams – Fellow, Wharton Risk Center, 2007
  • Qiaowei Shen – AMA-Sheth Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2007
  • Qiaowei Shen – Crawford Dissertation Fellowship, UC Berkeley, 2007

2006

  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton School, MBA Excellence in Teaching Award, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2006 Description

    Wharton School, MBA Excellence in Teaching Award

  • Eric T Bradlow – NCME Technical or Scientific Contribution to the Field of Educational Measurement: Development of Testlet Response Theory, 2006
  • Peter Fader – Paul E. Green Award, 1997, 2006 (given annually by the American Marketing Association for the best article published in the Journal of Marketing Research for its “potential to contribute significantly to the practice of marketing research”), 2006 Description

    Goes to the paper published in the Journal of Marketing Research in the previous year that “shows or demonstrates the most potential to contribute significantly to the practice of marketing research and research in marketing”

  • Robert Meyer – Research Grants, 1992 Description

    Huntsman Center for Research on Technological Competition,
    1992 – 1994 (Total Funding: $15,000).

  • George Day – Frances Winspear Distinguished Scholar, University of Victoria, Canada, 1996 Description

    Frances Winspear Distinguished Scholar, University of Victoria, Canada

  • Patti Williams – Wharton Excellence in Teaching Award, 2006
  • David Bell – MBA Core Curriculum Award, “Above and beyond call of duty”, 2006
  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton East WEMBA Teaching Award, 2006
  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton School, MBA Excellence in Teaching Award, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2006
  • Eric T Bradlow – “Goes Above and Beyond the Call of Duty” Wharton MBA Teaching Award, 2006
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – NSF Grant No. SES-0617896, “Economic Impacts of Technological Innovations in Product Availability,” with Julie Mortimer, 2006-2009
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – NSF Grant No. SES-0615615, “Collaborative Research on Dynamic Antitrust Policy: Predatory and Limit Pricing in a Model of Learning-by-Doing and Organizational Forgetting,” with David Besanko, 2006-2008
  • Peter Fader – Best paper award at the Advanced Research Techniques Forum, 2006 Description

    An American Marketing Association conference held in June 2005.

  • David Reibstein – Awarded the Wharton Excellence in Teaching Award 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1993-1999, 2006 Description

    1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, and 1988, 1993-1999, 2006

  • Jagmohan Raju – Finalist, Best Paper Award, International Journal of Research in Marketing, 2006
  • Jagmohan Raju – Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Course Teaching Award, 2006
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Elected President of Association of Consumer Research, 2006

2005

  • Lisa Bolton – MSI Young Scholar’s Program, 2005 Description

    MSI Young Scholar’s Program

  • Christophe Van den Bulte – ERIM Award for Top Academic Article, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2005
  • Lisa Bolton – Journal of Consumer Research Outstanding Reviewer Award, 2005
  • David Bell – Outstanding Reviewer Award, Journal of Retailing, 2005
  • Eric T Bradlow – Fellow of the American Statistical Association, 2005 Description

    Fellow of the American Statistical Association

  • Eric T Bradlow – First recipient of The K.P. Chao Professorship, 2005 Description

    Named the first recipient of The K.P. Chao Professorship

  • Deborah Small – Social Issues Dissertation Award Finalist, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, 2005
  • David Bell – MBA for Executives (East) Elective Teaching Award, 2004, 2005 Description

    Marketing Strategy

  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Elected Member, Belgian American Educational Foundation, 2005
  • Katja Seim – Fletcher Jones Faculty Scholar, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 2005
  • Eric T Bradlow – Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award Finalist, 2001-2002, 2004-2005, 2005
  • Eric T Bradlow – Appointed Fellow of the American Statistical Association, 2005
  • Peter Fader – Journal of Interactive Marketing Best Paper Award, 2005 Description

    For “Capturing Evolving Visit Behavior in Clickstream Data,” Journal of Interactive Marketing, 18 (winter 2004), 5-19, co-authored with Wendy Moe

  • David Reibstein – John S. Day Distinguished Alumni Academic Service Award, 2005 Description

    Purdue University

  • Gal Zauberman – MSI – Young Scholars Program, 2005 Description

    Marketing Science Institute

  • Jagmohan Raju – WEMBA West MBA Elective Teaching Award, 2005
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Center of Excellence in Cancer Communication Research (CECCR), 2005 Description

    Annenberg School, University of Pennsylvania, $15,000.

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Wharton-SMU Research Center Grant, 2005 Description

    With S. Varghese and M. Lee, “Retrospective Preference for Variety: An Ease of Retrieval Perspective,” $38,422.22

2004

  • Eric T Bradlow – Finalist, Paul E. Green Award for the best paper in Journal of Marketing Research, 2004 Description

    “A Learning-based Model for Imputing Missing Levels in Partial Conjoint Profiles,” co-authored with Y. Hue and T-H Ho, lead article and discussion paper, Vol. XLI (November 2004), 369-38

  • George Day – JM/Sheth Foundation Award, 2004 Description

    For the best article published in the Journal of Marketing that has made a long term contribution to the field of Marketing

  • Stephen Hoch – Faculty representative, AMA Doctoral Consortium (1984, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004), 2004
  • David Bell – John D.C. Little Best Paper Award Finalist, 2004 Description

    For "Creating Win-Win Trade Promotions: Theory and Empirical Analysis of Scanback Trade Deals,” Marketing Science, 22 (1), 16-39. (with X. Dreze)

  • Jagmohan Raju – WEMBA West Elective Teaching Award, 2004
  • Gérard Cachon – Miller-Sherrerd teaching award: Awarded to the 8 professors with the highest core teaching evaluations, 2004
  • Yoram (Jerry) Wind – Honorary Fellow of the Decade, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya (Israel), 2004
  • Gérard Cachon – MSOM Meritorious Service award, 2004
  • Gal Zauberman – Robert Ferber Award, Honorable Mention, 2004 Description

    Association of Consumer Research

  • Gal Zauberman – Recognition of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2004 Description

    Kenan-Flagler Business School, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 2004, 2004
  • George Day – AMA/McGraw-Hill Irwin Distinguished Marketing Educator, 2004 Description

    AMA/McGraw-Hill Irwin Distinguished Marketing Educator

  • George Day – Fellow of the American Marketing Association Doctoral Consortium, 1978 Description

    Every year from 1978 to 2004, except for 1983, 1984, and 1997

  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – Best Article Award for the Journal of Consumer Research, 2000 Description

    For “Knowledge Calibration: What Consumers Know and What They Think They Know,” coauthored with Joseph W. Alba

  • Jagmohan Raju – President: Society for Marketing Science, INFORMS, 2004
  • Jagmohan Raju – Finalist, Frank Bass Award, 2004
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Alden G. Clayton Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Competition, 2004 Description

    Honorable Mention

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Wharton-SMU Research Center Grant, 2004 Description

    With M. F. Luce and S.Ramaswami, “Retail Assortment Variety Issues: Conflict Resolution in Store versus Brand Choice,” $66,000

  • Qiaowei Shen – Crawford Doctoral Research Fellowship, UC Berkeley, 2004-2006

2003

  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton School, MBA Excellence in Teaching Award, 2005 Description

    2003, 2004, 2005

  • Eric T Bradlow – AERA Outstanding Reviewer, 2003 Description

    AERA Outstanding Reviewer

  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton West WEMBA Teaching Award, 2003 Description

    Wharton West WEMBA Teaching Award

  • Deborah Small – Carnegie Mellon Graduate Student Travel Award, 2003
  • Z. John Zhang – Wharton EMBA Electives Teaching Award., 2003
  • Jagmohan Raju – Best Core Course Teacher Award, Indian School of Business, 2003
  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Marketing Science Institute Young Scholar, 2003
  • Deborah Small – APA Science Directorate Dissertation Award, $1000, 2003
  • Deborah Small – Russell Sage Foundation, small research grant for “Identifiability”, $3500, 2003
  • Deborah Small – Travel grant, Budapest Summer Seminar in Behavioral Economics, 2003
  • Gal Zauberman – R.J. Reynolds Fund Award – Junior Faculty Development Award, 2004 Description

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Junior Faculty Development Award.

  • Eric T Bradlow – AERA Outstanding Reviewer, 2003
  • Yoram (Jerry) Wind – The 2003 Elsevier Science Distinguished Scholar Award of the Society for Marketing Advances, 2003
  • Raghuram Iyengar – INFORMS Marketing Science Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2003
  • Raghuram Iyengar – AMA-Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2003
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Wharton-SMU Research Center Grant, 2003 Description

    With S. RAmaswami, “Retail and Internet Assortment Variety Issues,” $33,500

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Consortium Faculty, AMA Consortium, 1992 Description

    1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2003

2002

  • Eric T Bradlow – Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award Finalist, 2005 Description

    2001-2002, 2004-2005

  • Robert Meyer – Principle investigator, 2002 Description

    SMU/Wharton Research Grants, 2002-4 (3 years).
    Funding: $33,000/year

  • Deborah Small – Carnegie Mellon Graduate Student Travel Award, 2002
  • Jagmohan Raju – Faculty Marshall, MBA Graduation Ceremony, 2002
  • Stephen Hoch – Best article in the Journal of Retailing, 1989, 1995, 1994, 2002
  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Excellence in Teaching Award, The Wharton School, 2002
  • Gérard Cachon – Tough, But I’ll Thank You in 5 Years” Award, given by the Wharton Graduate Students Association, 2002
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – EARIE Young Economists’ Essay Award, 2002
  • David Bell – Marketing Science Institute Young Scholars Program, 2002
  • George Day – Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2002 Description

    Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – President, Association of Consumer Research, 2002-2003, 2002
  • Raghuram Iyengar – Rudolph Fellow, Columbia Business School, 2003 Description

    2002-2003

  • Barbara E. Kahn – SCP-SHETH Dissertation Proposal Competition winner, 2002 Description

    Advisors: Barbara Kahn and Mary Frances Luce, Candidate: Elizabeth Miller

2001

  • George Day – Vijay Mahajan Award, 2001 Description

    For career contributions to marketing strategy, awarded by the American Marketing Association

  • David Bell – John D.C. Little Best Paper Award Finalist, 2001 Description

    For “Looking for Loss Aversion in Scanner Panel Data: The Confounding Effect of Price Response Heterogeneity,” Marketing Science, 19, 2 (Spring), 185-200. (with J. Lattin)

  • Deborah Small – Travel grant, 2001 Description

    European Summer Science Days Summer School in the Social and Psychological Foundations of Economic Life

  • Deborah Small – NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Honorable Mention, 2001
  • Z. John Zhang – Frank Bass Award for the Best Dissertation Paper, 2001
  • Z. John Zhang – John Little Award for the Best Paper in Marketing Science, 2001
  • Deborah Small – Honorable Mention in Student Poster Award, 2001 Description

    Annual Meeting for the Society of Judgment and Decision Making, “Helping the Victim or Helping A Victim: Altruism and Identifiability”

  • Patti Williams – 2001 Marketing Science Institute Young Scholars Conference, 2001
  • Stephen Hoch – President, Association for Consumer Research, 2001
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Marketing Science Institute Grant, 2003 Description

    With K. Grashoff and M.F. Luce, $3200

2000

  • J. Scott Armstrong – SMA/JAI Press Distinguished Scholar Award for 2000, 2000 Description

    Scott Armstrong was a recipient of this award – along with Philip Kotler and Gerald Zaltman – in November, 2000 in Orlando.

  • Jagmohan Raju – Wharton Core Course Teaching Award, 2000
  • David Bell – Frank M. Bass Outstanding Dissertation Award, 2000 Description

    For “Shopping Behavior and Consumer Preference for Retail Price Format: Why `Large Basket’ Shoppers Prefer EDLP,” Marketing Science, 17, 1 (Winter), 66-88. (with J. Lattin)

  • Robert Meyer – 2001 John D.C. Little Award for best paper in an INFORMS Journal, 2000, 2000
  • Robert Meyer – 2001 Frank Bass Award for best article based on a doctoral dissertation, 2001
  • Jagmohan Raju – Wharton Executive MBA Teaching Award, 2000
  • Patti Williams – 2000-2006 James G. Campbell Jr. Memorial Term Assistant Professor, 2000
  • Z. John Zhang – Eugene Lang Research Fellowship, Columbia University, 2000
  • Leonard Lodish – Elected member of Cleveland Heights High School Hall of Fame, 2000
  • Leonard Lodish – O’Dell Award for Best Paper in Journal of Marketing Research, 2000
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – Dissertation Research Fellowship, Center for the Study of Industrial Organization, Northwestern University, 2000-2001
  • Barbara E. Kahn – Wharton School Grant, 1990 Description

    Summer salary support, 1990-2000

1999

  • Lisa Bolton – Procter & Gamble Marketing Innovation Research Award, 1999 Description

    Procter & Gamble Marketing Innovation Research Award

  • Jagmohan Raju – Wharton Core Course Teaching Award, 1999
  • Gérard Cachon – ‘Fuqua School of Business’ Daimler-Chrysler Teaching Award for Innovation and Excellence in an Elective Course, 1999
  • Robert Meyer – 1994 Frank Bass Award for best article based on a doctoral dissertation, 1999 Description

    Judged after five years

  • Robert Meyer – 1994 O’Dell Award for best article in Journal of Marketing Research, 1999 Description

    Judged after five years

  • Z. John Zhang – Eugene Lang Research Fellowship, Columbia University, 1999
  • Patti Williams – 1999 Marketing Science Institute Research Grant (with Aimee Drolet), 1999
  • Eric T Bradlow – Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award, 2002 Description

    1999, 2000, 2001, 2002

  • Leonard Lodish – Honorary Doctor of Laws degree, Kenyon College, 1999
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – University Fellowship, Northwestern University, 1996-1997
  • Lisa Bolton – John A. Howard AMA Doctoral Dissertation Award, 1999 Description

    John A. Howard AMA Doctoral Dissertation Award

  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – O’Dell Award Finalist, 1994 Description

    For best article in the Journal of Marketing Research 1992-1994, for “Finding Choice Alternatives in Memory: Probability Models of Brand Name Recall,” co-authored with Kalyan Raman and Murali Mantrala

  • George Day – Outstanding Marketing Educator Award, 1999 Description

    For contributions to marketing scholarship, awarded by the Academy of Marketing Science

  • Jehoshua Eliashberg – Inaugural Winner of the Carol and Bruce Mallen Prize, 1999 Description

    For Published Scholarly Contributions to Motion Picture Industry Studies

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Nestles’ Lecturer, Lund Institute of Economics, 1999
  • Barbara E. Kahn – David W. Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Undergraduate Division, 1999

1998

  • Lisa Bolton – AMA Doctoral Consortium, University of Georgia, 1998 Description

    AMA Doctoral Consortium, University of Georgia

  • David Bell – John D.C. Little Best Paper Award Finalist, 1998 Description

    For “Shopping Behavior and Consumer Preference for Retail Price Format: Why `Large Basket’ Shoppers Prefer EDLP,” Marketing Science, 17, 1 (Winter), 66-88. (with J. Lattin)

  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Honorable Mention, John A. Howard AMA Doctoral Dissertation Award, 1998
  • Eric T Bradlow – Wharton MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Award, 2001 Description

    1998, 1999, 2001

  • J. Scott Armstrong – Silver Jubilee Lecturer for the 25th anniversary celebration of the College of Business at Massey University in New Zealand, 1998 Description

    The Silver Jubilee Lecturer for the 25th anniversary celebration of the College of Business at Massey University in New Zealand, October 1997. His talk was "Management Science: What Does It Have to Do with Management or Science?" Marketing Bulletin, 9 (May 1998), 1-15.

  • Gal Zauberman – AMA-Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1998
  • George Day – Excellence in Teaching Award, 1998 Description

    From the Wharton Graduate Association

  • George Day – Finalist, Anvil Award, 1992 Description

    For teaching excellence at The Wharton School, 1992, 1997, 1998

  • Raghuram Iyengar – Dean’s List, I.I.T. Kanpur, 1998
  • Barbara E. Kahn – 2000 William R. Davidson Award, 1998 Description

    For article in the Journal of Retailing, Best Contribution to Theory and Practice in Retail Marketing, third prize, Huffman and Kahn, “Variety for Sale: Mass Customization or Mass Confusion?”

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Earl Dyess Lecturer, Texas Christian University, 1998
  • Barbara E. Kahn – National Science Foundation Grant, 1998 Description

    Proposal No. #SBR-9730182,”The Subjective Value of Information in High-Stakes Domains: An Analysis of Patient Decisions to Obtain Diagnostic Testing,” (with M.F. Luce), 1998. Renewed, 1999-2001 (Total Amount Funded: $315,000)

1997

  • Lisa Bolton – Doctoral Internationalization Consortium, University of Texas at Austin, 1997 Description

    Doctoral Internationalization Consortium, University of Texas at Austin

  • Lisa Bolton – Dissertation Summer Scholar, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 1997 Description

    Dissertation Summer Scholar, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

  • Eric T Bradlow – Appointed Research Consultant, AT&T Bell Laboratories, 1997 Description

    Appointed Research Consultant, AT&T Bell Laboratories

  • Eric T Bradlow – Finalist, American Statistical Association Savage Award Dissertation Prize, 1997 Description

    Finalist, American Statistical Association Savage Award Dissertation Prize

  • Lisa Bolton – Grinter Fellowship, University of Florida 1995-1997, 1997 Description

    Grinter Fellowship, University of Florida

  • Deborah Small – Travel grant, 1997 Description

    American Psychological Association Summer Science Institute

  • Patti Williams – 1997 Procter & Gamble Market Innovation Research Fund Recipient, 1997
  • Patti Williams – 1997 UCLA Graduate Division Merit Fellowship, 1997
  • Patti Williams – 1997 American Marketing Association Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1997
  • Patti Williams – 1997 Center for International Business (CIBER), Internationalization Marketing Consortium Fellow, 1997
  • George Day – Honored with the establishment of the George S. Day Doctoral Dissertation Award, 1997 Description

    For research on interfunctional issues

1996

  • Lisa Bolton – Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship 1996-1998, 1998 Description

    Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship

  • J. Scott Armstrong – Honorary Fellow for “Distinguished contributions in forecasting”, 1996 Description

    One of the first six Honorary Fellows for “distinguished contributions to forecasting,” International Institute of Forecasters, 1996.

  • Abba M. Krieger – David W. Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Undergraduate Division, 1996
  • Abba M. Krieger – Undergraduate Division Excellence in Teaching Award, 1996 Description

    1991, 1995, 1996

  • Christophe Van den Bulte – AMA Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1996
  • Leonard Lodish – Received (with co-authors) the first Paul E. Green award for the article most likely to impact the practice of marketing in Journal of Marketing Research, 1996
  • Patti Williams – 1996 CIBER International Research Grant (with Jennifer Aaker), 1996
  • Ulrich Doraszelski – Best Graduate Award, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, 1996
  • Abba M. Krieger – David W. Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Undergraduate Division, 1996
  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – Senior Fellow, Wharton Financial Institution Center, 1995 Description

    1995-1996

  • George Day – Paul D. Converse Award, 1996 Description

    For outstanding contributions to the development of the science of
    marketing, awarded by the American Marketing Association.

  • Barbara E. Kahn – John A. Howard Doctoral Dissertation Award, 1996 Description

    Advisor: Barbara Kahn, Candidate: Satya Menon

1995

  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Outstanding Submission Award, ISBM Business Marketing Doctoral Support Competition, 1995
  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Richard D. Irwin Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 1995
  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Rider Graduate Fellow, The Pennsylvania State University, 1995-1996
  • Stephen Hoch – Alpha Kappa Psi Award 1989, 1995 Description

    From the Journal of Marketing for the article making the most significant contribution to marketing practice

  • David Reibstein – WEMBA Excellence in Teaching Award, 1995-1998 Description

    1995, 1996, 1997, 1998

  • David Reibstein – The Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Graduate Division, 1995 Description

    1995

  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – AMA Advanced Research Techniques Forum Special Session Selection, 1995 Description

    For “Finding Choice Alternatives in Memory: Probability Models of Brand Name Recall,” co-authored with Kalyan Raman and Murali Mantrala

  • George Day – Marketing Science Institute Award, 1995 Description

    For best working paper “The Capabilities of Market-Driven Organizations”

  • George Day – Runner-up for Pacific Telesis Foundation Award, 1995 Description

    For the best paper in the California Management Review

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Marketing Science Institute Grant, 1995 Description

    With C. Huffman, $5000.

1994

  • David Bell – Winner, Alden G. Clayton Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Award, 1994
  • Christophe Van den Bulte – Student delegate, 24th Annual Haring Symposium, 1994
  • Gal Zauberman – Highest Honors in Psychology, 1994 Description

    The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

  • Gal Zauberman – Phi Beta Kappa, 1994 Description

    National Honor Society

  • George Day – Harold H. Maynard Award, 1994 Description

    For most significant contribution to marketing theory and thought for the article “The Capabilities of Market-Driven Organizations.” This article was also the runner-up for the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation Award.

  • George Day – Charles Coolidge Parlin Award, 1994 Description

    In recognition of outstanding contributions to marketing and marketing education

  • George Day – Top 20 articles that have most affected the practice of marketing science, 1994 Description

    INFORMS Society for Marketing Science picked my article "The Capabilities of Market-Driven Organizations" which appeared in the Journal of Marketing in 1994 as one of the Top 20 articles that have most affected the practice of marketing science.

1993

1992

1991

  • Abba M. Krieger – Alpha Kappa Psi Award, Journal of Marketing, 1991
  • Jagmohan Raju – George Robbins Award for Teaching (UCLA), 1991
  • Leonard Lodish – Finalist for the 1986 O’Dell Award for the best paper in Journal of Marketing Research (with Richard Batsell), 1991
  • Patti Williams – 1991-1993 Dean’s List, UCLA, MBA Program, 1991
  • Abba M. Krieger – Alpha Kappa Psi Award, Journal of Marketing, 1991
  • Barbara E. Kahn – First Runner-Up for Best Article Award, 1991 Description

    Journal of Retailing: Kahn and Lehmann, “Modeling Choice among Assortments”

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Finalist for the O’Dell Award, 1991 Description

    Kahn, Kalwani, and Morrison, Journal of Marketing Research (paper 1986)

1990

  • Lisa Bolton – Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada Graduate Scholarship 1987-1990, 1990 Description

    Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada Graduate Scholarship

  • Z. John Zhang – Maas Research Fellowship, University of Michigan, 1990
  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – Outstanding Article, Journal of Consumer Research, 1987 Description

    For “Dimensions of Consumer Expertise,” co-authored with Joseph W. Alba

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Marketing Science Institute Grant, 1990 Description

    With B. Harlam and L. Lodish, $5000

1989

  • Robert Meyer – Principle Investigator, 1989 Description

    “Experimental Analysis of Consumer Buying Dynamics,”
    National Science Foundation, 1989 (1 Year), Finding: $54,000

  • Stephen Hoch – National Science Foundation grant (DDMS division), 1989 Description

    1989-1991

  • George Day – Harold H. Maynard Award, 1989 Description

    For most significant contribution to marketing theory and thought, Jointly with Mary Lambkin for article on “Evolutionary Processes in Competitive Markets: Beyond the Life Cycle.”

  • Jehoshua Eliashberg – The Lauder Institute Award of Honorable Mention, 1989 Description

    For the Research Paper that Best Advances the Theory and Practice of International Management Science

1988

  • Eric T Bradlow – Harvard University Derek Bok Center for excellence in teaching, 1991 Description

    4-time winner

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Chancellor’s Faculty Career Development Award, UCLA, 1988
  • George Day – Connaught Faculty Fellowship, University of Toronto, 1988
  • George Day – Runner-up for Alpha Kappa Psi Award, 1980 Description

    In 1980 and 1988

  • George Day – Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation Award, 1988 Description

    For most significant contribution to marketing practice, Jointly with Robin Wensley for article on “Assessing Advantage: A Framework for Diagnosing Competitive Superiority.”

  • George Day – Recognition Award for 10 years of contributions to management education in the General Electric Company, 1988
  • George Day – One of the top 30 articles chosen by INFORMS, 1988 Description

    INFORMS picked a second article "Assessing Advantage:  A Framework for Diagnosing Competitve Superiority" which appeared in April 1988 as one of the top 30 articles.

1987

  • Lisa Bolton – Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario Undergraduate Scholarship 1983-1987, 1987 Description

    Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario Undergraduate Scholarship

  • Lisa Bolton – RMC Club of Canada Scholarship 1983-1987, 1987 Description

    RMC Club of Canada Scholarship

  • Lisa Bolton – T.R. Meighen Memorial Scholarship 1983-1987, 1987 Description

    T.R. Meighen Memorial Scholarship

  • Lisa Bolton – Military Leadership and Management Awards 1983-1987, 1983 Description

    Military Leadership and Management Awards

  • Leonard Lodish – Runner-up Award for the best article in the Marketing Science Literature, 1987 (with M. Abraham), 1987
  • Leonard Lodish – First Prize, the 1987 Edelman Award for Management Science Achievement, given by the T.I.M.S., 1987
  • Z. John Zhang – Pensfield Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 1987
  • Z. John Zhang – The Newcomen Award for Best Essay in History of Technology, 1987
  • Leonard Lodish – College on the Practice of Management Science, with E. Curtis, M. Ness, and K. Simpson, 1987 Description

    (the
    first time in 16 years that this $6,000 award was given to a marketing entry)

  • David Reibstein – The Class of 1984 award (for the best teaching rating at Wharton for the preceding two years) 1987, 1995 Description

    For the best teaching rating at Wharton for the preceding two years- 1987, 1995

  • George Day – Hewlett-Packard Award, 1987 Description

    For outstanding contributions to the use of computers in the field
    of business education

1986

  • Lisa Bolton – Governor-General of Canada Medals for First-Place Standing at RMC 1983-1986, 1986 Description

    Governor-General of Canada Medals for First-Place Standing at RMC

  • Z. John Zhang – Mellon Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 1986

1985

  • Lisa Bolton – Mathematics, Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and English Awards 1983-1985, 1985 Description

    Mathematics, Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and English Awards

  • Z. John Zhang – Dean’s Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 1985

1984

  • Lisa Bolton – Canadian Federation of University Women’s Award 1983-1984, 1984 Description

    Canadian Federation of University Women’s Award

  • Robert Meyer – UCLA Chancellor’s Career Development Award, 1984
  • Stephen Hoch – First Place in the National Dissertation Competition of the American Marketing Association, 1984
  • Stephen Hoch – Second Place in the National Dissertation Competition of the American Psychological Association Division 23, 1984
  • Barbara E. Kahn – UCLA summer research support, 1989 Description

    1984-89

  • Barbara E. Kahn – Beta Gama Sigma, 1982 Description

    1982 MBA; 1984 Ph.D., Columbia University

1983

1982

1981

  • David Reibstein – University of Pennsylvania Lindback Award Nominee (selected by faculty), 1982 Description

    1981-82 – selected by faculty

  • David Reibstein – Wharton Anvil Award Finalist (selected by students) 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Description

    Selected by students – 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987

1980

  • George Day – Runner-up for Harold H. Maynard Award, 1980
  • George Day – Runner-up for Alpha Kappa Psi Award, 1980 Description

    For ACustomer-Oriented Approaches to Identifying Product Markets,” with Allan D. Shocker and Ray Srivastava

1979

  • Robert Meyer – Associate Investigator (Principal Investigator: Dr. Irwin Levin), 1979 Description

    “Behavioral Processes Underlying Transportation Model Choice,” U.S.D.O.T, July to November, 1979

  • Robert Meyer – Associate Investigator (Principal Investigator: Dr. Gerard Rushton), 1979 Description

    “Elderly Migration,” Institute on Aging, August 1979 to present

  • Robert Meyer – Associate Investigator (Principal Investigators: Dr. L. Turner and Dr. J. Louviere), 1979 Description

    “Housing Decision by the Elderly,” Administration on Aging, 22 October 1979

  • Robert Meyer – Certificate in Urban Transportation Planning, 1979 Description

    Program administered by USDOT/UMTA)

1978

  • Abba M. Krieger – Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, University of Pennsylvania, 1978
  • Robert Meyer – USDOT/UMTA Fellowship 1978, 1978
  • Abba M. Krieger – Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, University of Pennsylvania, 1978
  • George Day – Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation Award, 1978 Description

    For most significant contribution to marketing practice, 1978, for article on “Diagnosing the Product Portfolio”

1977

  • Abba M. Krieger – Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award for Teaching Excellence in the Graduate Division, 1977
  • Leonard Lodish – Finalist, T.I.M.S. College on the Practice of Management Science Prize Competition, 1977, with, 1977
  • Abba M. Krieger – Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award for Teaching Excellence in the Graduate Division, 1977
  • J. Wesley Hutchinson – National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow, 1980 Description

    1977-1980, Stanford

1974

  • David Reibstein – The Outstanding Graduate Instructor at Purdue University The Krannert School (selected by students), 1973-1974 Description

    The Krannert School, 1973-74 (selected by students)

1973

  • David Reibstein – An Outstanding Graduate Instructor at Purdue University (selected by students and faculty), 1973-1974 Description

    The Krannert School, 1973-74 (selected by students and faculty)

1970

  • Keith Niedermeier – American Marketing Association Faculty Advisor Lifetime Achievement Award, 1970

1969

  • Leonard Lodish – Second Prize of $500 in McKinsey Foundation Worldwide Thesis Competition, 1969
  • Leonard Lodish – Listed in Who’s Who of America, 1969 Description

    Until Present

  • Leonard Lodish – Special mention for Lanchester Prize, Operations Research Society of America, 1969
  • Leonard Lodish – National Media Award sponsored by MEDIA/SCOPE Magazine, 1969
  • George Day – Beta Gamma Sigma Dissertation prize, 1969 Description

    With publication of Buyer Attitudes and Brand Choice Behavior in 1970 by Free Press

1966

  • George Day – Ford Foundation Dissertation Research Award, Columbia University, 1966

1964

  • George Day – Ford Foundation Doctoral Study Awards, Columbia University, 1964-1965 Description

    1964 and 1965

1960

  • George Day – Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Merit Award, University of Western Ontario, 1960