Is Professor and Kellstadt Chair of Marketing at Loyola University Chicago. His focus is marketing, development and consumer behavior in devastated and recovering economies; including an active, multi-method research stream on refugees and displaced persons in and from war-ravaged countries. His research is intended to create prosperous marketing systems, and to affect sustainable peace and social justice:


is Assistant Professor at Universidad de Los Andes – Bogotá, Colombia. His research focuses on marketing and consumer behavior from a macro level perspective. He has developed studies about poverty, social conflict, and sustainability from different research perspectives such as Transformative Consumer Research, Consumer Culture Theory, and Subsistence Marketplaces. His work has been published in the Journal of Service Research, Journal of Business Research, and the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.