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John Hulland is a chaired Professor of Marketing at the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia. His current research focuses on improving scale practices and understanding the Dark Web. John’s research has appeared in many leading journals, including JAMS, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, and Journal of Consumer Research. He is completing a six year term as editor-in-chief of JAMS and is head of the Terry College Marketing Department.
Prior to joining UGA in 2011, John taught at the University of Pittsburgh for ten years, and before that at the Ivey Business School in Canada. He received his PhD from MIT.
John’s personal interests include yelling at errant golf shots and enjoying not having to shovel snow in the winter. He collects old video games and pinball machines and is equally bad at both. John is married, has three adult children, and two grandchildren.

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John Hulland
University of Georgia