2006 “Who Went Where” Survey Results

*Analysis by Angeline Close

Name Detra Montoya Petia Petrova Jun Ye Chris Marchegiani L.M. Bouten Yael Zemack-Rugar Kapil Tuli Willem Smit Ronald Clark Jim Zboja Clay Voorhees Sacha Joseph-Matthews Ramana Madupalli Marco Bertini Huifang Mao Xiaojing Yang Charles D. Lindsey Rupinder Jindal Yi Xiang Lemmens Aurélie Burcu Tasoluk Nukhet Harmancioglu Brian Kinard Manoj Thomas Tulikaa Bhatia Jeffrey Shulman Ling-Jing Kao Bashar Gammoh Prashant Srivistava Sterling Bone Kimberlee Weaver Justin Gressel Rhizu Krishna Mike C.H. Chao Daniel Baack Carmina Cavazos Leona Tam Mark DeFanti Fleur Laros John Hansen Venessa Martin Funches

Degree-Granting Institution Arizona State U. Arizona State U. Case Western Reserve U. Curtin U. of Technology Delft U. of Technology, Fac. of IDE Duke U. Emory U. Erasmus Universiteit, Netherlands Florida State U. Florida State U. Florida State U. Florida State U. Georgia State U. Harvard U. Indiana U. Indiana U. Indiana U. INSEAD INSEAD K.U.Leuven, Belgium Michigan State U. Michigan State U. Mississippi State U. New York U. Northwestern U. Northwestern U. Ohio State U. Oklahoma State U. Oklahoma State U. Oklahoma State U. Princeton U. Purdue U. Rizvi Management Institute, India Saint Louis U. Saint Louis U. Tecnologico de Monterrey Texas A&M U. Texas A&M U. Tilburg U. U. of Alabama U. of Alabama

Hiring Institution U. of Washington Dartmouth U. U. of Oregon Curtin U. of Technology Dept. of Product Innovation Mgmt. Virginia Tech Singapore Management U. IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland East Carolina U. Eastern Michigan U. Michigan State U. U. of the Pacific Southern Illinois U., Edwardsville London Business School U. of Central Florida U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee State U. of New York at Buffalo U. of Houston HKUST Erasmus U. Rotterdam, Netherlands Sabanci U., Istanbul, Turkey Suffolk U. Georgia Southern U. Cornell U. Rutgers U. U. of Washington Santa Clara U. U. of Toledo U. of Akron Brigham Young U. Virginia Tech American U. of Sharjah N/A Baruch College, CUNY Ball State U. U. of St. Thomas Old Dominion U. Providence College Zürcher Hochschule Winterthur Northern Illinois U. Auburn U. Montgomery

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Erasmus U. St. of Memphis U. of Houston U. of Oklahoma U. of Mississippi U. of Kentucky U. of Texas. of Maastricht U. U. Chicago U. Chapel Hill Central Michigan U. of Antwerp U. of Florida U. of North Carolina . of Nevada Las Vegas Towson U. Texas Southern U. Chicago U. of Calgary U. Pennsylvania State U. of Florida U. Dearborn U. of Georgia U. of Hong Kong Villanova U. Kent State U. Rotterdam Georgetown U. of Central Florida U. Berkeley U. of Memphis U. Bradley U. U. of Chicago U. of Utah Virginia Commonwealth U. College of Charleston U. MIT U.Chapel Hill U. U. Louis DePaul U. of North Texas U. of Minnesota Duke U. of Texas. of California. U. of Mississippi U. of Houston U. of Massachusetts U. of Minnesota UNC. of Georgia U. of Missouri U. of Memphis U. of Michigan U. of Cincinnati U. Central Connecticut State Univ Mississippi State U. of Pennsylvania U. of Chicago George Mason U. of California. Madison Tilburg U. Berkeley U. of Arizona U. of Minnesota Boston College Southern Illinois U. of Maryland U. of Cincinnati London Business School Marquette U. of Central Florida U. of Illinois. of Illinois. of Wisconsin. of Florida U. Las Angeles U. of Illinois. of Missouri. Rochester Massachusetts Institute of Technology U. Arlington Univ. U. Carbondale Southern Illinois U.Chapel Hill U. of British Columbia Virginia Tech U. of Georgia U. of Pennsylvania U. of Pennsylvania U. of California. U. of Iowa U. San Antonio U. of Pennsylvania U. of Connecticut U. of Mississippi U. Carbondale Western Kentucky U. of Pennsylvania U. of Antwerp City U. Loyola Maryland U. Simon Fraser U.Dominik Mahr Jeff Wang Jeremy Kees John Peloza Paulo Albuquerque Juanjuan Zhang Yesim Orhun Nacef Mouri Inigo Arroniz David Faro Felicia Miller Adam Rapp Qiong Wang JoAndrea Hoegg Elise Chandon Angeline Close JiHee Song Qiyu (Jason) Zhang Frank Fu Jaime Noriega David Hansen Elif Izberk-Bilgin Ashok Lalwani Himanshu Mishra Haeran Jae Sonja Wendel Debora Viana Thompson Henry Greene Joel Collier Delonia Minor-Cooley Vivek Madupu Linda Court Salisbury David Campbell Mavis Tandoh Adjei Joanna Phillips Jason Garrett Selin Malkoc Claudia Kubowicz Malhotra Concha Neeley Elten Briggs Joe Redden Andres Musalem Michael Braun David Schweidel George Knox U. 2 . of Michigan. of Arkansas U. of North Carolina . Urbana-Champaign U.

Austin U. Boston College Fairfield U. of Pittsburgh U. of Texas. of Texas of the Permian Basin City U.Gergana Yordanova Christy Ashley Michal Herzenstein Georgiana Craciun Shane Smith Robert Riggle Shashi Matta Ramkumar Janakiraman Kaleel Rahman Vivek Shankar Natarajan Rebecca Walker Pravin Nath Jill Griffin Anshu Saran Liyuan Wei Chiharu Ishida David Knuff Jackie Luan U. of South Florida U. Austin U. of Evansville U. of South Carolina U. of Rochester U. of Toronto Virginia Tech Washington State U. Austin U. of Rhode Island U. Dartmouth College 3 . of Texas. Texas A&M U. Northern Illinois U.. American U. of South Carolina Drexel U. Pan American U. Dubai Lamar U. Oregon State U. of South Carolina U. The Ohio State U. of Texas. of Texas. of Southern California U. of Sydney U. Yale U. of Southern California U. of Texas. U. U. U. of Hong Kong Illinois State U. Arlington U. of Delaware Loyola College of Maryland Kennesaw State U.

585 $105.Summary Data One hundred four (104) new faculty hires in marketing took the survey.000 Minimum $63.000 $30.975 Overall Salary $126.000 $114.290 * As in past years’ surveys.541 $119.S$. the data analysis is based on hires in the U.793 $15.302 Median $103.000 *All salary information reported is rounded to the nearest U. please contact Angeline Close.D.533 $104.500 $0 $63. HIRING INSTITUTION Salary* 9-Month Salary Summer Overall Salary Mean $105.196 4 . As in past years’. 1. a school is classified as a “research” school if it has teaching loads of 4 or fewer courses per year.536 $5. The overall sample size is consistent with the 2005 sample size of 102. Program Ph.800 $17.186 $120. For questions about the survey/analysis. (n = 86).500 Maximum $140.769 $106.S.D.000 $12.098 $106.edu.392 $117.250 Mode $95. Mean Salary by Whether Hiring Institution Has Ph. Mean Salary by Type of Hiring Institution Type of Hiring Institution Research-Private Research-Public Balanced-Private Balanced-Public Number of Candidates 15 48 13 10 9-Month Salary Summer Support $108.000 $105.152 $116.221 $21. it is classified as a “balanced” school. DocSIG VP of research.553 $15.658 $13.000 $165.000 $10.054 $9. Program at Hiring Institution Yes No Number of Candidates 41 45 9-Month Salary Summer Support $105. If a school does not meet these requirements.uga.989 Overall Salary $125.517 $120. at aclose@terry.

**Other perks mentioned: house-hunting trip.730 $114.500 $1.371 $5.500 $1.364 $106. Other Financial Perks Financial Perk Moving Expenses Research Stipend $Per Journal Article* # # Mean Median Reporting Reporting Perk $ Amount 69 43 $5.969 $13.250 $94.500 * Some partitioned this into an “A” or “B” hit. Mean Salary Information by Different Course Preparations Different Preps* 1 2 3 4 Number of Candidates 45 31 4 3 9-Month Salary $107. guaranteed summer teaching option. semester off in 3 years.400 $4.957 $105.000 $2.429 $111.629 *For example.963 Overall Salary $126.000 Mode $5.000 43 5 26 3 $4. excluding summer).370 $8. low-interest mortgage.000 $1.881 $106.000 $101.e.000 Summer Support** $25.400 *Respondents reported teaching loads during the next academic year (i.500 $122. start-up budget.000 Min $1.974 $6..000 $5. housing grant.400 Overall Salary $130.667 Summer Support $18.Mean Salary Information by Teaching Load Academic Year Teaching Load* 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Candidates 3 17 22 26 11 7 9-Month Salary $105.741 $115. graduate assistants. reduced teaching load for first 2 years. technology budget.500 $18.815 $12.250 $91.360 $106.974 $107. part-time tenure track option.815 $100. real estate assistance.784 $10.000 $2.000 $30. travel budget.000 $750 Max $15.500 $1. parking.066 $5. 2 indicates he/she will teach 2 different courses during the next academic year.000 $88. ** Please note that summer financial support is not necessarily for summer teaching. relocation services.850 $119.000 $103. research lab 5 .

count at my institution. MS. but only very little.7 * As in past years’ surveys. count at my institution. but there are some expectations for A journals.1 2.79 3. 5 = Only A journals count ***As in past years’. 5 = Only A journals count **As in past years’. it is classified as a “balanced” school.5 Median 3 2 6 Mode 3 0 6 Minimum 1 0 1 Maximum 5 6 12 *1 = Conference proceedings.. 2 = B journals count and A journals are not expected. **1 = Conference proceedings. 4 = B journals count. but only very little. 3 = B journals count. 6 . JCR. “A-level marketing journals” are considered JM.85 4. JMR. MS. a school is classified as a “research” school if it has teaching loads of 4 or fewer courses per year. but there are some expectations for A journals. and JR. “A” level marketing journals” were classified as JM. and JR. 3 = B journals count. If a school does not meet these requirements.4 3.78 Total # of Publications for Tenure 4.8 2.4 4.3 0. JCR.4 1. JMR.67 5. JAMS.3 2. 4 = B journals count. as well as A and B journals. 2 = B journals count and A journals are not expected. Means of Tenure Requirements by Type of Hiring Institution Type of Hiring Institution* Research-Private Research-Public Balanced-Private Balanced-Public Type/Level of # of “A” Publication** Publications*** for Tenure Needed 4.76 2. JAMS.31 2.Tenure Requirements at Hiring Institution Tenure Requirement Type/Level of Journal* # “A” Publications** # Overall Publications Mean 3. as well as A and B journals.

5 19.2 60.1 5.1 6.7 Job Offers 3.5 8.2.7 5.7 12. 7 .8 2.6 4.5 * A school is classified as a “research” school if it has teaching loads of 4 or fewer courses per year.8 2. If a school does not meet these requirements.5 2.8 2.9 Median 60 20 6 5 3 Mode 100 14 6 2 3 Minimum 0 0 10 10 1 Maximum 180 40 17 11 Application letters sent out AMA interviews completed Campus visit offers Campus visits accepted & made Job offers received Type of Hiring Institution* Research-Private Research-Public Balanced-Private Balanced-Public Means for Job Search Information By Type of Hiring Institution Application AMA Campus Letters Interviews Visit Sent Out Completed Offers 65.7 23.1 3. it is classified as a “balanced” school.8 64.1 18.9 5 Campus Visits Accepted 7 5. JOB SEARCH INFORMATION The Process: Applications to Offers Mean 63 20 6.8 38.

JCR.4 Median 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mode 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Minimum 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Maximum 21 4 4 3 4 3 6 *Publication record at time of AMA interviews.1 Median 4 5 3 Mode 4 5 0 Minimum 2 3 0 Maximum 8 8 17 Frequency Percentage Frequency Percentage Attended AMA Sheth Doctoral Consortium 50 58% 36 42% Publication Record* Publication type/status Conference proceedings A-level marketing journals** Under 1st review Past 1st review Accepted/published B or lower marketing journals Under 1st review Past 1st review Accepted/published Mean 4.2 0.7 4. JAMS. **A-level marketing journals were classified as JM. and JR.3 0.3. RESPONDENT INFORMATION Respondent Experiences Mean Years in PhD Program Completed Before Going On Market Years Needed to Finish Degree Years of Industry Experience 3.3 0.4 0. MS.8 4. 8 . JMR.5 0.3 0.

1% 3 1 12 3. A-level marketing journals** Under 1st review Past 1st review Accepted/published B-or lower level marketing journals Under 1st review Past 1st review Accepted/published 53 58 71 0 Perc.9% 0 60% 43.Publication Record Frequencies and Percentages of Journal Submissions/Acceptances* Number of Manuscripts Journal type/ Publication status Freq.6% 1.6% 0 40% 23.3% *Publication record at time of AMA interviews.5% 22. 3. Publication Record by Type of Institution: Respondents With One or More Manuscripts Under Review or Accepted/Published* One or More Manuscripts at A-Level Marketing Journals** Type of Hiring Institution ResearchPrivate (N=15) ResearchPublic (N=46) BalancedPrivate (N=13) BalancedPublic (N=10) Under 1st Review 33.3% 7.3% 37% 46. JMR. Perc.1% 3. JAMS.3% 19.2% 1. MS. JCR.2% Freq.3% 15.5 % 2 3 or more Perc. and JR.6% 4.8% 10% One or More Manuscripts at B-or Lower Level Marketing Journals Under Past Accepted/ 1st 1st Published Review Review 20% 26. Freq.4% 70% *Publication record at time of AMA interviews.8% 3 1 1 68 63 47 81% 75% 56% 7 13 19 8.1% 69% 84. JMR.2% 9.5% Freq. 63. 22 22 8 1 Perc.3% 13% 30. **A-level marketing journals were classified as JM.1% 8. 26.2% 14.2% 30% Past 1st Review 40% 37% 23. and JR.7% 53. JCR.6% 6 7 6 7. JAMS. MS.1% 0 Accepted/ Published 13.5% 15. 6 3 4 7. 9 .2% 26.6% 1. **A-level marketing journals were classified as JM.

& Measurement Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science Total # of Papers Contributed by New Faculty Class of 2006 5 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 14 1 2 2 1 1 1 5 1 4 4 3 1 2 2 3 5 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 Journal of Travel Research Journal of World Business Marketing Education Review Marketing Health Services Marketing Letters Marketing Letters Marketing Management Journal 10 .New Marketing Faculty Class of 2006: Contributions to Journals* Publication Outlet Advances in Consumer Research** American Journal of Public Health California Management Review Human Performance Industrial Marketing Management International Journal of Consumer Studies International Journal of Entrepreneurship & Small Business International Journal of Logistics Management International Journal of Research in Marketing International Journal of Service Industry Management Journal for the Advancement of Marketing Education Journal of Advertising Research Journal of Applied Psychology Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing Journal of Business Research Journal of Consumer Affairs Journal of Consumer Behavior Journal of Consumer Psychology Journal of Consumer Research Journal of Contemporary Business Issues Journal of Experimental & Social Psychology Journal of Interactive Advertising Journal of Interactive Marketing Journal of Internet Commerce Journal of Marketing Journal of Marketing Research Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing Journal of Personality & Social Psychology Journal of Public Policy & Marketing Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship Journal of Retailing Journal of Retailing & Consumer Services Journal of Service Research Journal of Services Marketing Journal of Targeting. Analysis.

2% 3.5 4 4.5% 11.2% 27.330 $124.919 Years in Doctoral Program Completed Before Going on the Market and Overall Salary Years in Doctoral Program Completed Before Going on the Market 2.988 n/a n/a 11 .7% 15. **Counted as a journal hit by some institutions.139 $119.2% 6.6% 1.1% 37.914 $112.187 $110.5 5 6 8 Frequency 1 24 13 32 3 10 1 1 Percentage 1. Dissertation Status and Overall Salary Dissertation Status Proposal not defended Proposal defended.528 $115.Marketing Theory Medical Science Monitor Personality & Individual Differences Psychological Reports Psychological Science Psychology and Marketing Sloan Management Review Social Behavior & Personality Supply Chain Management Tourism Analysis Tourism Review Transportation 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 *A journal is only listed if an informant published or has a forthcoming publication there.9% 15.017 $132.082 $132. some data collected Dissertation defended Frequency 29 13 38 6 Percentage 33.9% Mean Overall Salary $107.0 3 3.2% 1.2% Overall Salary* n/a $110.2% 44. no data collected Proposal defended.

1 International.477 $143. 1 Direct Marketing.924 $106.8% * Other salaries are not reported individually to maintain confidentiality of these respondents/schools. Congratulations to the new faculty class of 2006.1 NPD.600 n/a Main Research Area Consumer Behavior Strategy Modeling Sales Services Other*: 1 Channels.100 $107. 12 .Main Research Area and Overall Salary Overall Mean Salary $124.8% 3. from DocSIG.3% 14.074 $110. 1 Supply Chain Frequency 39 20 12 5 3 n/a Percentage 45.5% 5.0% 5.4% 23.

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