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Ayalla Ruvio

Assistant Professor
Department: Marketing

Office: N342

Telephone: 517-432-6467

Email: ruvio@broad.msu.edu



Dr. Ayalla Ruvio is an applied consumer behavior researcher who focuses on issues such as consumers' decision making regarding new products, identity and consumption, and cross-cultural consumer behavior. Her research has been published in refereed journals including the Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, Psychology & Marketing, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of Business Research, Journal of International Marketing, and Leadership Quarterly. She is the co-editor of the volume on "Consumer Behavior" in the International Encyclopedia of Marketing and the book "Identity and Consumption". Prior to joining the Broad College faculty, she was an assistant professor at the University of Haifa and Temple University and a visiting professor at the University of Michigan. Her research has featured in numerous media outlets all over the world, including the CNN, TODAY show, Good Morning America, TIME magazine, The New York Times, Forbes, Consumer reports, The Daily Telegraph, The Atlantic, The Telegraph, and the Toronto STAR.  




- Identity and consumption
- Consumers decision making regarding new products

- Cross-cultural consumer behavior


  • American Marketing Association’s Professor of the Year: at Temple University <br><br>

Articles:

  • Ruvio, A., Somer, E., & Rindfleisch, A. (2013). When bad gets worse: the amplifying effect of materialism on traumatic stress and maladaptive consumption. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 1-12.
  • Ruvio, A., Shoham, A., Vigoda, E. & Schwabsky, N. (Forthcoming). "Organizational innovativeness: Construct development and cross-cultural validation". Journal of Product Innovation Management.
  • Ruvio, A., Gavish, Y., & Shoham, A. (2013). Consumer's doppelganger: A role model perspective on intentional consumer mimicry. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 12(1), 60-69.
  • Segev, R., Shoham, A., & Ruvio, A. (2012). What Does this Gift Say about Me, You, and Us? The Role of Adolescents"™ Gift Giving in Managing their Impressions among their Peers. Psychology & Marketing, 29(10), 752-764.
  • Shoham, A., Vigoda-Gadot, E., Ruvio, A., & Schwabsky, N. (2012). Testing an organizational innovativeness integrative model across cultures. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 29(2), 226-240.
  • Hirschman, E. C., Ruvio, A. A., & Touzani, M. (2011). Breaking bread with Abraham"™s children: Christians, Jews and Muslims"™ holiday consumption in dominant, minority and diasporic communities. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 39(3), 429-448.
  • Ruvio, A. A., & Shoham, A. (2011). Aggressive driving: A consumption experience. Psychology & Marketing, 28(11), 1089-1114.
  • Ruvio, A. A., & Shoham, A. (2011). A multilevel study of nascent social ventures. International Small Business Journal, 29(5), 562-579.
  • Ruvio, A., Rosenblatt, Z., & Hertz-Lazarowitz, R. (2010). Entrepreneurial leadership vision in nonprofit vs. for-profit organizations. The Leadership Quarterly, 21(1), 144-158.
  • Ruvio, A. (2008). Unique like everybody else? The dual role of consumers' need for uniqueness. Psychology & Marketing, 25(5), 444-464.
  • Ruvio, A., Shoham, A., & Brencic, M. M. (2008). Consumers' need for uniqueness: short-form scale development and cross-cultural validation. International Marketing Review, 25(1), 33-53.
  • Shoham, A., & Ruvio, A. (2008). Opinion leaders and followers: A replication and extension. Psychology & Marketing, 25(3), 280-297.
  • Ruvio, A., & Shoham, A. (2007). Innovativeness, exploratory behavior, market mavenship, and opinion leadership: An empirical examination in the Asian context. Psychology & Marketing, 24(8), 703-722.

Books:

  • Bagozzi, R. and Ruvio, A. (Eds.) (2011). Consumer Behavior, International Encyclopedia of Marketing. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
  • Ruvio, A. A., & Belk, R. W. (Eds.). (2013). The Routledge Companion to Identity and Consumption. Routledge.
  • PIM 862: Customer and Competitor Analysis
  • PIM 863: Marketing Systems
  • MKT 805: Marketing Management

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