Positions

Overview

  • Moein Khanlari is an assistant professor of marketing at the University of New Hampshire where he teaches marketing analytics and conducts research on consumer decision-making in contexts that involve uncertainty and risk. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Alberta and joined UNH in 2016.
    His interest in understanding how private and public organizations can deliver outstanding services to their customers and constituents has been an inspiration for him to focus on service marketing. His research interests are in the areas of consumer decision-making, retailing, digital marketing, and public engagement.
    Moein has worked as a brand manager for two major Iranian companies. He has also worked with the City of Edmonton in Canada in separate projects aimed at improving public engagement of citizens in the City's transportation projects and the city's economic sustainability.

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  • Teaching Activities

  • Analytics Applications II Taught course 2019
  • Marketing Analytics Taught course 2019
  • Marketing Analytics Taught course 2019
  • Marketing Analytics Taught course 2019
  • Marketing Taught course 2018
  • Marketing Analytics Taught course 2018
  • Marketing Taught course 2018
  • Marketing Analytics Taught course 2018
  • Marketing Taught course 2017
  • Marketing Analytics Taught course 2017
  • Market Opportunity Analysis Taught course 2017
  • Market Opportunity Analysis Taught course 2017
  • Market Opportunity Analysis Taught course 2017
  • Market Opportunity Analysis Taught course 2016
  • Education And Training

  • B.S. Aerospace Engineering, Shariff University of Technology
  • M.B.A. Marketing, University of Tehran
  • Ph.D. Marketing, University of Alberta
  • Full Name

  • Moein Khanlari