Healthcare and Consumer Wellbeing
Judgment and Decision Making
Goals and Motivation
Teaching in 2020-2021
Full Time MBA
Marketing & Strategy
IB9HT0: Critical Issues in Marketing
IB2C50: Foundations of Marketing
IB2B60: Marketing Research
IB1480: Principles of Marketing
Dr Isabel Ding is Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Warwick Business School, University of Warwick. Isabel obtained her Ph.D. in Marketing from the National University of Singapore.
Isabel's research stream focuses on consumer behavior, particularly in relation to healthcare and consumer wellbeing, judgment and decision making, goals and motivation, and meta-science. Her research has been published in Psychological Bulletin.
Prior to starting her Ph.D., Isabel spent several years in consulting, where she focused on business and marketing strategy.
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", Psychological Bulletin, 146, 5, 451-479