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Home | News | Martijn de Jong winner of the 2020 Global Marketing SIG Award
News | February 25, 2020

Martijn de Jong winner of the 2020 Global Marketing SIG Award

The winner of the 2020 AMA Global Marketing SIG Excellence in Global Marketing Research AwardOpens external is Martijn de Jong, Professor of Marketing Research at Erasmus University Rotterdam for his article “A Global Investigation into the Constellation of Consumer Attitudes Toward Global and Local Products” with Jan-Benedict Steenkamp, Professor of Marketing at Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Martijn de Jong winner of the 2020 Global Marketing SIG Award

Excellence in Global Marketing Research 

The Excellence in Global Marketing Research Award recognises an outstanding article published in a widely recognised and highly respected refereed journal which has made a significant contribution to the literature on global marketing.

Strategic direction

The winning article of Martijn de Jong and Jan-Benedict Steenkamp provides managers with strategic direction on how to market their products in a globalised world. In the paper, the authors study the attitude toward global products (AGP) and toward local products (ALP). The authors propose and empirically test an integrated structure for AGP and ALP and their antecedents, organized around the powerful motivational concept of values. They test the theory using data on 13,000 respondents from 28 countries in the Americas, Asia, and Europe. The study findings provide managers with strategic direction how to market their products in a globalised world.

About Martijn de Jong

De de Jong's research interests include empirical quantitative marketing, with specific interests in cross-cultural research, stated preference methodology, sensitive consumer behavior, online privacy, social networks & user-generated content, and customer empowerment.
He teaches Global Brand Strategy, and was formerly the academic director of the master programme in marketing. De Jong's work has been published in the most prestigious marketing and management journals, such as Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing, Management Science, and Journal of International Business Studies.