Office: SBA 260B
- Teaching, Classes and Current Term (.doc)
- Curriculum vitae: Jill Mosteller CV Fall 2011.pdf
Jill Mosteller completed her Ph.D. in Marketing at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications from the University of Florida, and her Master's degree in Marketing and Human Resources Development from Webster University.
Dr. Mosteller's research interests include consumer decision-making, online retailing, experiential marketing, and emerging trends within the consumer domain. Dr. Mosteller's current research focuses on how online and offline retail environments influence consumer's perceptions, attitudes and behaviors. Current topic titles include "Consumers' Rules of Engagement in Online Information Exchanges" and "Cognitive Effort and Informational Crowding: Perceptual Influences on Consumer Choice."
She has published articles in the Journal of Business Research, American Marketing Association Winter Educators Conference Proceedings and the Journal of Marketing Research. She has presented scholarly work at the AMA Public Policy and Marketing conference and the Retail Strategy and Patronage Behavior Symposium hosted by the Society for Marketing Advances.
Dr. Mosteller was the recipient of the Graduate Teaching Excellence Award (2006) from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University.