Associate Professor, Marketing, Graduate Faculty
Education: Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996
Office Location: 2322 Nelson
Department / Affiliations
Department of Business Management
Jonathan Bohlmann's Personal Biography
Dr. Bohlmann’s research interests focus on innovative new products and strategic decision-making, most recently in the areas of first-mover advantage, innovation adoption, and internet pricing strategy. He has published in the top marketing journals, including Journal of Marketing, Marketing Science, and the Journal of Marketing Research, among others. He received a Ph.D. in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and served on the faculties of Purdue University and Michigan State University prior to his arrival in 2008 at NC State. Before entering academia, Dr. Bohlmann worked as an engineer in the aerospace industry on advanced aircraft design. He managed several R&D projects related to innovations in materials and product design optimization. He also holds a B.S. and M.S. in aeronautical engineering from Purdue University, and an MBA. from Texas Christian University.
- New Product Innovation Strategies and New Product Development
- Order-of-Entry Strategies and Incumbency
- Group Decision Models and Processes
- Game Theory Applications to Marketing Strategy
Selected Research Publications
- J. Bohlmann, R. Calantone, and M. Zhao (September 2010), “The Effects of Market Network Heterogeneity on Innovation Diffusion: An Agent-Based Modeling Approach,” Journal of Product Innovation Management.
- T. Qiu, W. Qualls, J. Bohlmann, and D. Rupp (January 2009), “The Effect of Interactional Fairness on the Performance of Cross-Functional Product Development Teams: A Multilevel Mediated Model,” Journal of Product Innovation Management.
- C. Kocas and J. Bohlmann (2008), “Segmented Switchers and Retailer Pricing Strategies,” Journal of Marketing, 72 (3), 124-142.
- J. Bohlmann, J. Rosa, R. Bolton, and W. Qualls (2006), “The Effect of Group Interactions on Satisfaction Judgments: Satisfaction Escalation,” Marketing Science, 25 (4), 301-321, Lead article.