Narrative Arcs & Film Success: A three decade investigation of the influence of narrative arcs on audience reactions and managerial decision making
In his recent publication: Metrics gone wrong: What managers can learn from the 2016 presidential elections, MCM scholar Raoul Kübler discusses together with his colleague Professor Koen Pauwels from Northeastern University, Boston USA how relying on biased market intelligence and targeting the wrong KPIs had fatal consequences for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
The Marketing Alumni Verein e.V. has launched a series of videos. In short clips of approx. 3-4 minutes, researchers at the MCM share their insights and research results in a short interview.
Marketing Alumni Vlog #1:
What is it about humanity that we can’t give away to intelligent machines? A European perspective
Abstract: One of the most significant recent technological developments concerns the development and implementation of ‘intelligent machines’ that draw on recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics. However, there are growing tensions between human freedoms and machine controls.
The drivers and consequences of ad blocking: A self-filtering mechanism that increases ad effectiveness
Nach der Digitalisierung nun die Virtualisierung: Das Marketing Center Münster ruft als neue Forschungsinitiative das eXperimental Reality Lab ins Leben.
Social media has changed the way we interact and communicate. It provides us with great opportunities to meet with friends and colleagues all over the world. It delivers interesting information on a daily base and makes us continuously discover new things. It keeps us up to date and helps us to navigate through a rocky and often overwhelmingly complex world. By nurturing us with the necessary knowledge and giving us the needed bonds with our peers, social media has become a vital part of our daily life.
Around 80 percent of people in Germany regularly or occasionally buy organic products. More and more of them are also available from discounters. According to a recent study conducted by the Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft, discounters are consumers’ second most important point of contact for purchasing organic products. Against this background, Radio RST is pursuing the goal of examining this trend in greater detail as part of the broadcast series "Bio vom Discounter".
Professor Krafft, MCM scholar and head of the Chair of Marketing Management (IfM), is the lead author of the study “Insight is Power: Understanding the Terms of the Consumer-Firm Data Exchange”, co-authored by a multinational research team consisting of, among others, V. Kumar, Colleen Harmeling, Siddharth Singh, Ting Zhu, and Jialie Chen.