Profile

Ronald D. Hampton

Emeritus

Associate Professor of Marketing Emeritus
Marketing
HLH 345
P.O. Box 880492
Lincoln, NE 68588-0492
(402) 472-2316
ron@unl.edu
Ronald D. Hampton Photo
Education
  • Ph.D., University of Arkansas, 1984
  • MBA, Central Missouri State University, 1978
  • BS/BA, Central Missouri State University, 1972
Areas of Expertise
  • International Marketing
  • Marketing Management
  • Retail Management
  • Leadership
  • Consumer Behavior
Appointments
  • Assistant Professor, 1984
  • Associate Professor, 1990
  • Hollman Professor, 1994
  • Associate Professor - Emeritus, 2011
  • Director of Executive Education, 2013
Biography

Dr. Ron Hampton, Associate Professor of Marketing, Emeritus retired in 2011 from the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He has published numerous articles/book chapters in various journals/manuscripts such as the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science and the Journal of Retailing. Working with colleagues, through a grant from the International Organization for Migration, Dr. Hampton co-authored the first article and reports of research to empirically estimate the extent of cross-border human trafficking, using multiple survey techniques in Ukraine.

 

Refereed Publications

Chronis, A., Arnould, E. J., Hampton, R. D. (2012). Gettysburg re-imagined: The Role of Narrative
Imagination in Consumption Experience. Consumption Markets & Culture, 1-26.

Pennington, J., Ball, A. D., Hampton, R. D., Soulakova, J. (2009). The Cross-National Market in
Human Beings. Journal of Macromarketing, 29, 119-134. jmmk.sagepub.com

Hampton, R. D., Chronis, A. (2008). Consuming the Authentic Gettysburg: How a Tourist
Landscape Becomes an Authentic Experience. Journal of Consumer Behavior, 7, 111-126.

Chronis, A., Hampton, R. D. (2006). Authenticity at Gettysburg. Advances in Consumer
Research, 33, 367-369.

Parthasarathy, M., Sohi, R. S., Hampton, R. D. (1994). Dual Diffusion: Analysis and Implications
for Sales Force Management. Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, 2.

Hampton, R. D., Darden, W. R., McKee, D. (1993). Salesperson Employment Status as a
Moderator in the Job Satisfaction Model: A Frame of Reference Perspective. Journal of
Personal Selling & Sales Management.

Grossbart, S., Hampton, R. D., Rammohan, B., Lapidus, R. S. (1990). Environmental Dispositions
and Customer Response to Store Atmospherics. Journal of Business Research, 21, 225-241.

Hampton, R. D., Sinkula, J. M. (1988). Centralization and Information Acquisition by In-House
Market Research Departments. Journal of Business Research.

Hampton, R. D., Boatwright, E.W., Darden, W. R. (1987). Investigating Retail Employee
Turnover: An Application of Event History Analysis. Journal of Retailing.

Hampton, R. D., Guy, B., Sinkula, J. M. (1987). An Investigation of Bank Image as Perceived by
the Retail Customer. Journal of Professional Services Marketing.

Hampton, R. D., Dubinsky, A. J., Skinner, S. J. (1986). A Model of Sales Supervision Leadership
Behavior and Retail Salespeople's Job-Related Outcomes. Journal of the Academy for
Marketing Science.

Hampton, R. D., Darden, W. R., Carlson, S. M. (1984). Issues in Fitting Theoretical and
Measurement Models in Marketing. Journal of Business Research, 12.

Hampton, R. D., Darden, W. R., Boatwright, E. (1982). Itrec. Journal of Marketing Research.

Grants and Research Awards
  • Fall Research Grant, University of Nebraska, 2019
Teaching Interests

International Marketing

International Business

Marketing Distribution

Business Education Reform

 

Awards

Graves-Leopold Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2010)

Charles C. Slater Best Article Award, Journal of Macromarketing. (2010)

Outstanding Leadership Award, University of Nebraska-Lincoln AMA Student Chapter. (2010)

College of Business Administration Advisory Board Award for Faculty of the Year, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2008)

Phi Beta Delta International Faculty Award of the Year. (2008)

CBA Distinguished Teaching Award. (2008).

CBA Distinguished Teaching Award. (2007).

Nominated for Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2007)

Nominated for Phi Beta Delta International Scholar of the Year. (2007)

Nominated for Outstanding Teacher Award. (2006).

Nominated for Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Service to Students, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2006)

Contributions to Students Award, UNL Parents Association. (2005)

Nominated for Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Service to Students, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2005)

Nominated for Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2005)

Nominated for the Marketing Management Association Teaching Award. (2005)

Contributions to Students Award, UNL Parents Association. (2004)

Faculty Appreciation Award, Greek Scholarship Appreciation, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2003)

CBA Distinguished Teaching Award. (2003).

Nominated for the University Distinguished Teaching Award. (2003).

College of Business Administration Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2002)

Contributions to Students Award, UNL Parents Association. (2002)

Faculty Recognition, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2002)

Most Valued Professor Award, Delta Sigma Pi. (2002)

Nominated for Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2002).

Nominated for the University Distinguished Teaching Award. (2002)

Adopt-A-Faculty Award Recipient, Delta Sigma Pi. (2001)

Contributions to Students Award, UNL Parents Association. (2001)

Faculty Recognition, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2001)

Marketing Professor Contributor of the Year, Marketing Club, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2001)

Nominated for Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2001)

University Professor of the Month, Mortar Board, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2001)

Marketing Professor of the Year, Marketing Club, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2000)

Contributions to Students Award, UNL Parents Association. (1999)

Outstanding Contributor Award, Student Advisory Board, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (1998)

Visiting Scholar, Senshu University, Tokyo, Japan. (1998)

Academic Development and Contribution Award, Istanbul University. (1997)

Distinguished Service Award, Patronage Conference. (1995)

Honorary Faculty, Kyrgyz-American School (American University of Kyrgyzstan). (1995)

Nominated for Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (1989)

Outstanding Faculty Research Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (1987)

Outstanding Faculty Fellowship Award, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (1986)

American Marketing Association Consortium Fellow, University of Arkansas. (1983)

Alpha Kappa Psi. (1980)

Decision Sciences Honorary. (1980)