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Arun K. Jain
Samuel P. Capen Professor of Marketing Research
PhD, University of Pennsylvania
MBA, University of California, Berkeley
GICAME, Stanford University
M Comm, University of Allahabad (India)
B Comm, University of Allahabad (India)
Professor Jain's Firestone Case Study
Zara Technologies Case
Professor Jain's Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell COV Case Study
How to Enter the Market Case
Dr. Jain has been instrumental in "internationalizing" the school's curriculum, and has extensive international experience. In 1979, he was selected as the Senior Fulbright Hayes Scholar to the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD), France, to which he returned in 1987. Dr. Jain has played a key role in helping the former Soviet Union and other Eastern European countries move towards privatization and market-based economies. He has traveled, given lectures or taught executive education programs in Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Italy, France, Belgium, Germany, England, Scotland, Hungary, the former Soviet Union, Latvia and Mexico. Dr. Jain was selected as "Professor of the Year" by MBA students in 1989 and was honored by SUNY Chancellor D. Bruce Johnstone in 1990 with the "Chancellor's Medal" for excellence in teaching. He is author or co-author of more than 60 articles published in international journals. He serves as a consultant to major international corporations.
Jain, Arun K., C.R. Pinson, and B.T. Ratchford. Marketing Research: Applications and Problems. John Wiley and Sons (1982).
Richardson, Paul, A. Dick, and Arun K. Jain. "Extrinsix and Intrinsic Cue Effects on Store Brand Attitude, Journal of Marketing (1995).
Dick, Alan, Arun K. Jain and P. Richardson. "Correlates of Store Brand Proneness." Journal of Product and Brand Management, (1995).
Richardson, Paul, Arun K. Jain, and A. Dick, "The Influence of Store Aesthetics on Evaluation of Private Label Brands." Journal of Product and Brand Management (1995).
Jain, Arun K. "Brand and Product Structure in the Soft Drink Industry: A Cluster Analytic Approach." presented the Committee of Commerce and Finance, House of Representatives, 2nd Session, 1974.
First Mark Inc.
Pratt and Lambert Co.
PCB Piezotronies, Inc.
Conducted Executive Program on Marketing Strategy for Hungarian Executives, Hungary (1991-1995)
Professor of Marketing, Riga Technical University, Riga, Latvia (1993)
Conducted Executive Program on Marketing Strategy for Marketing Managers of Joint Venture companies in China, Beijing, Peoples of Republic of China (1991)
Conducted Executive Program for the Executives of Kalinan (the largest defense plant in Russia), Ekaterinburg, Russia, 1991
Conducted Executive Program on Marketing Strategy for senior executives of Xerox of Shanghai, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China (1990-1992)
Visiting Professor of Marketing, European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD), Fontainebleau, France, 1980, 1987
Professor of Marketing and Operations Analysis on assignment to the MBA Program at the National Center for Industrial Science and Technology Management Development, Dalian, People's Republic of China (Fall 1985 and 1986)
Presented a seminar on management education in the U.S. to the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia (1984)
Faculty Recognition Award, Graduate Management Student Association (1978)
Professor of the Year, Graduate Management Student Association (1988-89)
Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, State University of New York (1990)
"Best Course Integration," Graduate Management Student Association (1995-96)
"Most Captivating Professor," Graduate Management Student Association (1996-97)
Citizen of the Year, India Association of Buffalo (1993)
Certificate of Commendation by Region II of the National University Continuing Education Association (1985)
Public Service Recognition Award by the Buffalo Savings Bank (1979)
Honorable Mention, National Dissertation Competition - American Marketing Association (1974)
Arun K. Jain
Samuel P. Capen Professor
School of Management
University at Buffalo
215H Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000