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Dr. Monisha Das
Dr. Monisha Das
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Golden Gate University


2106 Kiah Hall
Phone: 410-651-7886
E-mail: Mdas@umes.edu

» Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Monisha Das is currently teaching courses in marketing. She has a Bachelors degree from the University of Calcutta, a Masters degree in Economics from the University of Bombay, an MBA in Marketing from J. Bajaj Institute of Management, University of Bombay and a PhD from Golden Gate University, CA. Prior to joining UMES, Dr. Das taught at Widener University, The College of New Jersey and Rutgers University. She was a recipient of a Fulbright grant to do research in Marketing in Japan. The field work led to several award winning refereed publications. She is the Sam Walton Scholar at UMES and advises the SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) chapter as well as the AMA (American Marketing Association) collegiate chapter. She has advised several teams for the Federal Reserve Challenge competition. Dr. Das has developed the Marketing curriculum and redesigned several marketing courses at UMES.

Courses Taught

       » Principles of Marketing
       » Marketing Management
       » Advertising Management
       » Consumer Behavior and Theory
       » Introduction to Ecommerce
       » Sales Management
       » Market Research

Research Interests

       » Decision Making and Judgment Models
       » Behavioral Consequences from Changes in Market Information
       » Origin of New Technologies and Effects on Firm Strategies
       » Luxury Product Marketing
       » Experiential Learning in Business and Assessment Methods

Selected Publications

[5] Das, Monisha, (2011) Influence of Product Attributes in Understanding Consumer Choice: A Study of Tea Marketing in Four countries. Journal of Global Business and Technology Research Vol 3. November –December 2011.

[4] Das, Monisha, Ali Mohammad, Alade, A.J., Li, Diane (2009) Financial Literacy: An Experiential learning Exercise for Financial Literacy of Undergraduate Business Majors. Review of Business and Technology Research Vol 2. No.1 pp.1-5.

[3] Das, Monisha, (December 2008). Theoretical Perspectives in Knowledge Creation in International Management and Marketing. International Journal of Effective Management.

[2] Das, Monisha (2007) Assessing the Concept of Techno-Nationalism, And Policy Responses in the Age of Global Meta Technologies. Journal of Global Information Technology, Vol 2, No. 1 & 2 pp 14-22.

[1] Andrew D. Schiff and Monisha Das December 2006, ‘Fine-Tune Your Resume With This 16-Point Checklist.’ Published in the New Accountant Issue 717, pp.5, 22.


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