Curriculum vitae

Johnson Guillaume

Chargé de recherche CNRS
DRM

guillaume.johnsonping@dauphinepong.fr

Biographie

Guillaume D. Johnson est chercheur CNRS (HDR) rattaché à l’Université Paris-Dauphine. Avant de rejoindre le CNRS, il a enseigné en Afrique du Sud (Rhodes University et Witwatersrand University) et en Chine (University of Nottingham Ningbo). Ses activités de recherche se concentrent essentiellement sur le marketing multiculturel et examinent les implications théoriques, sociétales et managériales de la coexistence de plusieurs cultures au sein du même marché. Ses travaux ont notamment été publiés dans Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, Journal of Advertising, Journal of Business Research et International Journal of Advertising.

Dernières publications

Articles

Guillard V., Johnson G. (2015), « Un vieux contre un neuf » : une étude des réactions des consommateurs à l'égard des offres de reprise, Décisions Marketing, n°78, p. 29-44

Demangeot C., Adkins N., Mueller R., Henderson G., Ferguson N., Mandiberg J., Roy A., Johnson G., Kipnis E., Pullig C., Broderick A., Zúñiga M. (2013), Toward Intercultural Competency in Multicultural Marketplaces, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, vol. 32, n°special issue, p. 156-164

Kipnis E., Broderick A., Demangeot C., Adkins N., Ferguson N., Henderson G., Johnson G., Mandiberg J., Mueller R., Pullig C., Roy A., Zúñiga M. (2013), Branding beyond prejudice: Navigating multicultural marketplaces for consumer well-being, Journal of Business Research, vol. 66, n°8, p. 1186–1194

Johnson G., Grier S. (2013), Understanding the influence of cross-cultural Consumer-to-Consumer Interaction on consumer service satisfaction, Journal of Business Research, vol. 66, n°3, p. 306–313

Johnson G., Meyers Y., Williams J. (2013), Immigrants Versus Nationals: When an Intercultural Service Encounter Failure Turns to Verbal Confrontation, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, vol. 32, n°1, p. 38-47

Johnson G. (2013), "Does race really matter?" Consumer identity and advertising effectiveness in post-apartheid South Africa, South African Journal of Business Management, vol. 1, n°2, p. 11-17

Johnson G., Grier S. (2012), "What about the Intended Consequences?" Examining the Effects of Race-Stereotyped Portrayals on Advertising Effectiveness, Journal of Advertising, vol. 41, n°3, p. 91-105

Broderick A., Demangeot C., Adkins N., Ferguson N., Henderson G., Johnson G., Kipnis E., Mandiberg J., Mueller R., Pullig C., Roy A., Zúñiga M. (2011), Consumer Empowerment in Multicultural Marketplaces: Navigating Multicultural Identities to Reduce Consumer Vulnerability, Journal of research for consumers, n°19, p. 1-13

Johnson G., Grier S. (2011), Targeting without Alienating: Multicultural Advertising and the Subtleties of Targeted Advertising more, International Journal of Advertising, vol. 30, n°2, p. 233-258

Grier S., Johnson G. (2011), “Alisha in Obesity-land”: Is Food Marketing the Mad Hatter?, International Journal of Case Studies in Management, vol. 9, n°4

Johnson G., Elliott R., Grier S. (2010), Conceptualizing Multicultural Advertising Effects in the "New" South Africa, Journal of Global Marketing, vol. 23, n°3, p. 189-207

Johnson G. (2009), The Social Dimension of Multi-Racial Advertising: Its Impact on Consumers’ Attitude, South African Journal of Business Management, vol. 40, n°2, p. 45-52

Chapitres d'ouvrage

Grier S., Johnson G. (2013), 'Alisha in Obesity-land’: Is Food Marketing the Mad Hatter?, in Fatien Diochon, Pauline ; Raufflet, Emmanuel ; Mills, Albert J., The Dark Side 2: Critical Cases on the Downside of Business, Sheffield (GB): Greenleaf, p. 197-222

Communications sans actes

Delacroix E., Guillard V., Johnson G., Roux D. (2017), Au-delà du gaspillage alimentaire : une analyse des représentations du gaspillage non-alimentaire, Congrès de l'Association Française de Marketing, Tours, France

Présentation(s) dans un séminaire de recherche

Johnson G., Guillard V. (2018), « Réservé aux blancs ? » Les discriminations en marketing, in Université ouverte, Université Paris Dauphine, Paris

Autres publications

Johnson G.D. (2013), Does Race Really Matter? Consumer Identity and Advertising Effectiveness in Post-apartheid South Africa, South African Journal of Business Management, 44(2), pp.11-17

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