Ying Ding Depart.:Marketing Academic Title:Associate Professor Tel:8610-62519403 Email:dingying@rmbs.ruc.edu.cn

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Overview

Education

2008.9 - 2014.1   Ph.D., Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

2004.9 – 2008.7   Bachelor, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University


Working Experiences

2018-Present   Associate Professor, Department of Marketing, Renmin Business School, Renmin University of China

2014-2018       Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Renmin Business School, Renmin University of China

Research Interests

Consumer Psychology and Behavior, Green Consumption, Self-concept Related Product Preferences

Courses

Consumer Behavior (for MBA students)Consumer Behavior (for the International Exchange Students) Cognitive Psychology (for Mater-Doctoral Students)

Publications

Papers

Selected Academic Articles:
Ding, Ying and Hean Tat Keh (2017), “Consumer Reliance on Intangible versus Tangible Attributes in Service Evaluation: The Role of Construal Level,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science (A-, FT50 Journal), 45 (6), 848-86.

Ding, Ying, Echo Wen Wan, and Jing Xu (2017), “The Impact of Identity Breadth on Consumer Preference for Advanced Products,” Journal of Consumer Psychology (A-,FT50 Journal), 27 (2), 231-244.

Wang, Lili and Ying Ding (2017), “An Exemption for Pioneer Brands: The Influence of Brand Community Rejection on Brand Evaluation,” European Journal of Marketing, 51 (5-6), 1029-1048.

Ding, Ying, Hean Tat Keh (2016), “A Re-Examination of Service Standardization versus Customization from the Consumer’s Perspective,” Journal of Services Marketing, 30 (1), 16-28.

Ying Ding, Xiushaung Gong (2016), The Influence of Social Exclusion on Product Tactile Information Preference and Its Mechanism, Acta Psychologica Sinica (CSSCI, Chinese Core Journals), No.10, Volume 48, p. 1302, p. 1313.

Xiushaung Gong, Ying Ding (2016), Review and Prospect of Social Exclusion Research from the Perspective of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Science, (CSSCI, Chinese Core Journals), 12 (4), pp. 109-123.

Echo Wen Wan, Jing Xu, and Ying Ding (2014), “To Be or Not To Be Unique: The Effect of Social Exclusion on Consumer Choice,” Journal of Consumer Research, 40 (6), 1109-1122, Corresponding Author, (A, UT/DALLAS 24 Journal).

Ding, Ying, Echo Wen Wan, and Jing Xu (2014), “Will a Broad Identity Increase Preference For More Advanced Products? The Impact of Identity Breadth on Consumer Choice”, in NA - Advances in Consumer Research, Vol 42, eds. June Cotte and Stacy Wood, Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 455-456 (ESI).

Ding, Ying, Jing Xu, and Echo Wen Wan (2012), &l


Book

Associate Editor, Consumer Psychology and Behavior (Fifth Edition) (580 thousand words), China Renmin University Press; "12th Five-Year" National Planning Textbook, Beijing Higher Education Top-quality Textbook.

Services & Awards

Key community services

2014 – Present  Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Marketing Science; 

2011 – Present  Member, Association for Consumer Research.


Honors and Awards

Awards: 

2016  Excellent Paper Award of China Marketing Science Annual Conference; 

2016  Advanced Worker Prize of Renmin University of China; 

2015  Social Service Excellent Individual of Renmin Business School, Renmin University of China; 

2015  Second Prize the Eighth Young Teacher Basic Skills Competition, Renmin University of China; 

2014  Excellent Reviewers Award, Journal of Marketing Science; 

2013  Best Conference Paper, the 10th Session Annual Conference of JMS China Marketing Science; 2013  Excellent Reviewers Award, Journal of Marketing Science; 

2012  Second Prize of the Best Doctoral Paper Award, the 9th Session of Annual Conference of China Marketing Science; 

2011  First Prize of the Best Doctoral Paper Award, the 8th Session of Annual Conference of China Marketing Science; 

2011-2012  Graduate Student National Fellowship; 

2008-2009  Leo Koguan Scholarship, Peking University; 

2008  Excellent College Graduate in Beijing; 

2008  Special Award of “Challenge Cup” Academic Competition, Peking University. 


Media Coverage: 

2014.12.17   "Mainstream" or "Niche": How Does Exclusion Affect Consumer Choice? published on [Thesis Story] of Guokr.com 

 2017.08.29   Buying Basic or Upgrade Version of the Product? It Depends on Your Identity Cognation, published on JIJITANG. 


Speech at Social Media: 

Excellent Course of Logic Overlord Class, YOUKU; Logic 6 Minutes Mini Class, The Himalayan.

RMBS made the Top-50 list of MBA,
EMBA and EE programs——The Financial Times

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