Assistant Professor, School of Business and Leadership
Eda's research interests center on the impact of social values on various consumer behaviors, lifestyles and psychographics, celebrity endorsements and advertising effectiveness, and materialism. Shopping process and its impact on retailer evaluation and shopping well-being of consumers are other topics that attract Eda's attention. She is also interested in cross-cultural differences in value endorsement, including materialism, and is currently conducting research in different countries.
Eda likes to teach Marketing Principles, Consumer Behavior, Marketing Communications, and Marketing Research courses.
BUS 310 A Principles of Marketing syllabus
Tue/Thur 2:00-3:20 McIntyre 303
BUS 310 B Principles of Marketing syllabus
BUS 407 A Science of Consumption syllabus
Tue/Thur 11:00-12:20 McIntyre 305