Andrew Kaikati, Ph.D.
Associate Professor; Distinguished Professor in Marketing
Department of Marketing
Emerson Leadership Institute
Ph.D. in Marketing, University of Minnesota
M.B.A., Washington University in St. Louis
B.S. in Business Administration, Saint Louis University
Publications and Media Placements
Thompson, Scott A., Andrew M. Kaikati, and James Loveland (2018), “Do Brand Communities
Benefit Objectively Inferior Products?,” Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing,
33 (4), 457-65.
Kaikati, Andrew M., Carlos J. Torelli, Karen Page Winterich, and Maria A. Rodas (2017), “Conforming Conservatives: How Salient Social Identities Can Increase Donations,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 27 (4), 422-34.
Torelli, Carlos J., Alokparna Monga, and Andrew M. Kaikati (2012), “Doing Poorly by Doing Good: Corporate Social Responsibility and Brand Concepts,” Journal of Consumer Research, 38, 948-63.
Honors and Awards
- Diamond Publication Research Award, Chaifetz School of Business (2018)
- John Cook School of Business Service Award, Saint Louis University (2015)
- Marketing Teacher of the Year, Alpha Kappa Psi, University of Georgia (2012)
- Terry College of Business Outstanding Teacher Award, University of Georgia (2011)