Faculty

Peter C. Wilton
Lecturer

Education

BA (1st Class Honors), University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia
PhD, Purdue University

Positions Held

At Haas since 1992
1992 – present, Lecturer of Marketing, Haas School of Business
2000 – 2001, Visiting Professor, Stanford University
1991, Sir Donald Hibberd Lecturer, Graduate School of Management, University of Melbourne, Australia
1990, Senior Associate, Graduate School of Management, University of Melbourne, Australia
1979 – 1987, Assistant Professor, Business Administration, UC Berkeley
1985 – 1986, Visiting Associate Professor of Marketing, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
1982, Visiting Fellow, School of Social and Industrial Administration, Griffith University, Nathan, Queensland, Australia
1979, Visiting Assistant Professor of Management, Purdue University

External Service and Assignments

CEO, ORBIS Associates
Research Product Evaluator, National Science Foundation
Reviewer: Journal of Marketing, Management Science, International Journal of Forecasting,Journal of Marketing Research, California Management Review, Association for Consumer Research

Current Research and Interests

Marketing and corporate strategy
Customer loyalty strategy
Global strategy and international management
Customer experience strategy
New product management
e-business strategies
Sales force productivity
Competitive strategy for high-technology organizations
Competitive strategy for financial service institutions

Selected Papers and Publications

“Technology Diffusion Through Effective Public Policy Communication,” R&D Enterprise 1, no. 4 (July/August 1998).
“Building Customer Franchise: A Paradigm for Customer Partnering,” Monash Mt. Eliza Business Review 1, no. 2 (July 1998).
“Consumer Satisfaction as a Process,” with David K. Tse and Franco Nicosia. Journal of Psychology & Marketing 7, no. 3 (Fall 1990): 177-192.
“An Alternative Approach to Combining Economic Forecasts: Empirical Results,” with Sunil Gupta. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics (June 1988).
“Models of Consumer Satisfaction: An Extension,” with David K. Tse. Journal of Marketing Research (May 1988): 204-212.
“Combination of Forecasts: An Extension,” with Sunil Gupta. Management Science 33, no. 3 (March 1987): 356-372.
“Task, Expectancy and Information Assessment Effects in Information Utilization Processes.”Journal of Consumer Research 12 (March 1986).

Teaching

Strategic Marketing Planning
Global Marketing Strategy

Honors and Awards

Best Paper Award, Finance & Treasury Association, 2001
Excellence for Outstanding Instructional Intervention, International Society for Performance Improvement, 2000
Australian Overseas Fellowship in Management, 1975-1979
Albert Haring Doctoral Consortium Fellow, Indiana University, 1979
Market Research Society of Australia Prize, 1974
Beta Gamma Sigma (U.S. National Honor Society for business students)
 

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