by: Dr. Jagdish N. Sheth Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Business Goizueta Business School Emory University, U.S.A. Since the economic reform of 1991 (what is also referred to as India’s second independence) we have produced more than a million millionaires and dozens of billionaires. This unprecedented level of wealth creation has also consequently increased the […]
What should Turkey do in order to take stronger place in the world economy? What should be Turkeys road map? Turkey has to reposition itself for the 21st Century similar to what Australia has done. In my view, the traditional partnerships are not likely to be the future. This means new partners out side the. […]
Dr. Jagdish Sheth covers current facts and figures about tourism in India as well as some projections for the future. This video is being released on September 27, 2018 – World Tourism Day.
What makes a good manager? No one knows for sure. Just as we really don’t know the origin of the universe and the evolution of mankind. With more scientific discoveries about the moons and the stars, we are revising our knowledge of the solar system and about climate change. So is the case for the […]
Dr. Sheth was recently highlighted in the Fasttrack In-House Magazine discussing consumers, their psychology, what they want, and how businesses can listen in. Click here to read the article.
A. Introduction I am both honored and grateful to be inducted as ACR Fellow. Exactly five decades ago (1967) I published my first paper titled “A Review of Buyer Behavior” in Management Science. It was a philosophy of science perspective of the extant knowledge of buyer behavior. The paper concluded that buyer behavior as a […]
Professor Sheth’s paper on “How Climate Determines Consumption and Culture” is based on his most recent book Genes, Climate and Consumption Culture: Connecting the Dots (Emerald Publishing 2017). How Climate Determines Consumption and Culture* Dr. Jagdish Sheth Emory University Everyone knows that there are differences across cultures in our consumption of necessities such as food, […]