Associate Professor Roger Brooksbank
Associate Professor of Marketing
Undergraduate/Graduate Convenor for Marketing
Qualifications: BA, MBA, Dip M, PhD
Roger Brooksbank BA, MBA, Dip M, PhD is currently Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Waikato, New Zealand, with previous experience as a Sales Executive, Sales Manager, Sales & Marketing Manager, Marketing Director and Business Owner.
His research interests lie in all aspects of strategic marketing and business competitiveness and he is the author or co-author of over 200 publications in these areas, including 7 books and 51 refereed journal articles – attracting in excess of 1100 citations. Roger has also acted as an independent marketing consultant, seminar leader, conference speaker or sales trainer to more than 90 clients throughout Europe and Australasia in both the private and public sectors.
In his role as a professional educator Roger has taught a variety of marketing courses at all levels and he is a recipient of his School’s Outstanding Teaching Award.
Roger has supervised approximately 20 postgraduate studies at the Diploma, Masters, and PhD level, together with approximately 80 undergraduate projects. He was the convenor for the University of Waikato fourth-year BMS paper Report of an Investigation from 1995 to 2010.
All aspects of strategic marketing and business competitiveness.
Fullerton, S., Brooksbank, R., & Neale, L. (2019). Measuring the effectiveness of technology-based marketing strategies from the consumer perspective. European Business Review, 31(6), 813-830. doi:10.1108/EBR-11-2017-0208
Brooksbank, R., Subhan, Z., & Calderwood, R. (2018). How applicable are conventional strategic marketing practices in emerging methods? An exploratory study in India. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 13(5), 959-979. doi:10.1108/IJoEM-06-2017-0205
Fullerton, S., & Brooksbank, R. (2018). Spies!. In Association of Marketing Theory and Practice 2018 Annual Meeting. Conference held Ponte Vedra, Florida, USA.
Brooksbank, R., Fullerton, S., & Miller, S. (2018). Technology-based marketing strategies through the consumables lens: How interrelated are perceptions of ethicality and effectiveness. In Institute for Global Business Research Conference Proceedings (pp. 97). Nashville, USA: Institute for Global Business Research. Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/12655
Management; Market Research; Marketing; Strategic Management
Marketing competitiveness, Marketing strategy, Marketing within SMEs
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