Dr. Devon S. Johnson
Associate Professor | Marketing | Feliciano School of Business
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Dr. Johnson’s research interests are in the areas of Big Data & analytics implementation, data-driven marketing Strategies, financial services, healthcare marketing, consumer trust branding, digital marketing, and CRM systems. His research has been published in the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, The Journal of Business Research, the Journal of Interactive Marketing, the Journal of Psychology & Marketing, Industrial Marketing Management and the International Journal of Bank Marketing, among others. Dr. Johnson sits on the editorial Board of the Journal of Interactive Marketing. He has won several awards including Best Overall Paper Award for the 2011 Summer Marketing Educator’s Conference for his research on Virtual Healthcare Communities.
Big Data Analytics Implementation
Ph D, Marketing, 1999, The London Business School, London, England UK
MS, Marketing, 1990, Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
BS, Management, 1987, Mona School of Business & Management, Kingston, Jamaica
Honors and Awards
Journal of Interactive Marketing - Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing Award 2017 , Marketing EDGE.
Montclair State University Separately Budgeted Research Grant , Montclair State University.
UCD Michael Smurfit Business School, Dublin Ireland, May to August 2015 , UCD Michael Smurfit Business School, Dublin Ireland.
Best Overall Conference Paper , American Marketing Association Summer Conference.
Kent Business School, University of Kent, UK July to Aug 2010 , Kent Business School, University of Ken.
Best Paper Award - Sales Management Track , 2004 American Marketing Association Summer Educators Conference.
Digital Marketing Research Fellow, British Telecom Laboratories, Suffolk, (UK) 1998 , British Telecom Laboratories.
Sungyong Chun and Devon Johnson, “The Effects of Mental Budgeting and Pain of Paying on the Financial Decision Making of Socially Excluded People”, for submission to the Journal of Consumer Psychology
Refereed Published Articles
- Ahmed, G., Amponsah, C., Johnson, D. (2019). Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Attitudes and Intentions: The Case of Brand Dubai. International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets /Inderscience Publishers,
- Johnson, D., Limbu, Y., Jayachandran, C., Reddy, R. (2019). Climbing the Down Escalator: When Customer-to-Customer Interactions are Harmful to Service Firms. European Journal of Marketing, 53 (11), pp. 2348-2372.
- Moran, G., Muzellec, L., Johnson, D. (2019). Analysis of Message Content Features and their Impact on Social Media Engagement Status. Journal of Product and Brand Management,
- Johnson, D., Muzellec, L., Sihi, D., Zahay-Blatz, D. (2019). The Market Organization's Journey to become Data-driven. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing /Emerald, 13 (2), pp. 162-178.
- Johnson, D., Moran, G. (2018). The Role of Procedural and Distributive Fairness in R&D Collaborations. International Journal of Business & Applied Sciences/ Business and Applied Sciences Academy of North America, 7 (3), pp. 1-12.
- Lowe, B., Johnson, D. (2017). Diagnostic and Prescriptive Benefits of Consumer Participation in Virtual Communities of Personal Challenge. European Journal of Marketing/Emerald, 11/12 (51), pp. 1817/1835.
- Johnson, D., Riley, B., Sato, S. (2017). The adverse effect of doctors’ skepticism toward prescription drugs. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing/ Emerald, 11 (3), pp. 222-234.
- Johnson, D., Lowe, B. (2015). Emotional Support, Perceived Corporate Ownership and Skepticism toward Out-Groups in Virtual Communities. Journal of Interactive Marketing, 29 (2015), pp. 1-10.
- Johnson, D., Peterson, M. (2014). Consumer Financial Anxiety: US Regional Financial Service Firms’ Trust Building Response to the Financial Crisis. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 32 (6), pp. 515-533.
- Johnson, D. (2014). Opting Out: The Effects of Consumer Information Sharing Concerns on Perceived Value in E-Banking Relationships. International Journal of Marketing Studies, 6 (2), pp. 1-14.
- Johnson, D., Clark, B., Barczak, G. (2012). Customer relationship management processes: How faithful are business-to-business. Industrial Marketing Management, 41 pp. 1094-1105.
- Johnson, D. (2008). Beyond Trial: Consumer Assimilation of Electronic Channels. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing /Emerald, 22 (2), pp. 28-44.
- Grayson, K., Johnson, Chen, D. (2008). Is Firm Trust Essential in a Trusted Environment? How Trust in the Business Context Influences Customers. Journal of Marketing Research, 45 pp. 241-256.
- Johnson, D., Bardhi, F., Dunn, D. (2008). Understanding How Technology Paradoxes Affect Customer Satisfaction with Self-Service Technology: The Role of Performance Ambiguity and Trust in Technology. Psychology & Marketing, 25 (5), pp. 416-443.
- Johnson, D. (2007). Achieving Customer Value from Electronic Channels through Identify Commitment, Calculative Commitment, and Trust in Technology. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing /Emerald, 21 (4), pp. 2-22.
- Grayson, K., (2005). Cognitive and Affective Trust in Service Relationships. Journal of Business Research/ Elsevier, 58 (4), pp. 500-507.
- Johnson, D., Bhara, S. (2005). Digitization of Selling Activity and Sales Force Performance: Theory and Evidence. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 33 (1), pp. 3-18.
Books & Chapters Published
- Grayson, K., Johnson, D. (2015). Marketplace Trust. : Wiley-Blackwell.
- Johnson, D., Grayson, K. (2000). Sources and Dimensions of Trust in Service Relationships. (pp. 357–370). Thousand Oaks CA/ Sage
- Johnson, D., Limbu, Y., Jayachandran, C., Reddy, R. (2017). The Moderating Role of Service Category Perception in Service Co-Creation. San Francisco, CA: Summer American Marketing Association Conference Proceedings. Refereed
- Johnson, D. (2015). Competitive Selling: Unintended Effects of Salesperson Skepticism Toward a More Credible Competing Product. Chicago, Il: American Marketing Association. Refereed