Meet the Faculty
Arizona State University boasts one of the finest business schools in the United States. We understand that degree program quality is only as good as the faculty that teach and design the courses and curricula.
The W. P. Carey School of Business faculty are highly regarded and acknowledged globally as influential researchers and consultants. They actively teach in all programs offered in the business school. Our faculty members hold worldwide recognition as researchers in their fields and extensive ties to the business community.
In addition to publishing in top-tier, internationally recognized academic journals, many faculty members have written widely adopted textbooks or contributed to professional books.
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Sample Faculty Profiles
More than 50 faculty members teach core business courses and specialization classes in the W. P. Carey Full-time MBA. Learn more below about some of our faculty members.
Dr. Kinicki is a professor, author and consultant and a Dean's Council of 100 Distinguished Scholar. His primary research interests include coping with job loss and organizational change, leadership, and multilevel issues associated with organizational culture, climate and effectiveness. He has published more than 80 academic articles and is co-author of six college textbooks. He has consulted for such companies as Phelps Dodge, Dial Corp., Motorola and American Express.
Dr. Choi teaches operations and supply management in the W. P. Carey MBA -- Full-time Program and has been involved in several supply chain research projects. He is currently investigating how companies are coping with rationalized supply bases. He has conducted executive workshops for such global companies as LG Electronics, Intel, Motorola, Honeywell, Korean Air Lines and Samsung.
Dr. Morales focuses her research on consumer behavior and social psychology. Her recent research involved product contagion and the affects of food packaging on consumer dieting. Her current research examines the role of emotions in a consumer context, with particular emphasis on disgust and gratitude, and consumer responses to retail and service environments. She did consulting recently for Unicef/Unilever and PetSmart.