JESSE KING
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MARKETING

Jesse King


CONTACT


PHONE: 801.626.7828

EMAIL: jesseking@weber.edu

OFFICE: WB 260


ABOUT


Jesse King received his PhD from the University of Oregon. He worked as an assistant professor at Oregon State University, Cascades campus in Bend, Oregon before joining the faculty at Weber State University. 

His research focuses on effective decision making processes, risk perception, new product development/innovation and sports consumer behavior. King became interested in research as an undergraduate at Montana State University where he received two BS degrees in marketing and applied psychology. Before pursuing his PhD, King worked as an ethnographic researcher for a product development company, contributing to the design and usability of numerous medical, scientific and consumer products.


EDUCATION


Ph.D.,  Marketing - University of Oregon, 2011

BS, Marketing - Montana State University, 2004  

BS, Applied psychology - Montana State Univeristy, 2004


HOBBIES


Jesse enjoys the outdoors, including skiing, hiking, mountain biking, hunting and fly-fishing. King currently teaches principles of marketing, services marketing and international marketing classes.


PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS


PUBLICATIONS

  1. Ye, J. & J. King (2016), “Managing the Downside Effect of a Productivity Orientation,” Journal of Services Marketing, 30(3), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JSM-10-2014-0351
  2. Metzger, M. & J. King (2015), “Exploring the Nexus of Constructivist and Effectual Perspectives on Opportunity Production,” Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 2194-6175, DOI: 10.1515/erj-2014-0025
  3. King, J. & P. Slovic (2014), “The Affect Heuristic in Early Judgments of Product Innovations,” Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 16(6), 411-428, DOI: 10.1002/cb.1491
  4. King, J., L. Kahle, and A. Close (2011), “The Study of Sports and Events Consumer Behavior,” in Using Consumer Behavior Knowledge for Effective Sports Marketing. Eds. Kahle, L. & Close, A.
  5. Snepenger, D., J. King, E. Marshall, and M. Uysal (2006), "Modeling Iso-Ahola's Motivation Theory in the Tourism Context," Journal of Travel Research, 45 (2), 140, DOI: 10.1177/0047287506291592

PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS & PRESENTATIONS

  1. King, J., Bee, C. (2015). “The Biased Influence of Social Identification and Temporal Perspectives.” Working paper presented at Association for Consumer Research North American Conference. New Orleans, LA.
  2. King, J., Koppenhafer, L., Boush, D. (2013). “Look Puppies! Distraction in Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Advertising.” Working paper presented at Society of ConsumerPsychology.
  3. Giese, J., King, J., and Sojka, J. (2013) “Perceptions of Control and the Affect Heuristic” Working paper presented at Society of Consumer Psychology.
  4. King, J. and Bee, C. (2012). “Better in the (Near) Future: Biased Temporal Conceptions of Team Identification.” Working paper presented at Association for Consumer Research North American Conference. Vancouver, BC.
  5. Madrigal, R. and King, J. (2012). “Oh, Now I Get It! Making Sense of Incongruent Sponsor-Event Partnerships.” Presented at Warsaw Research Conference in Sport Marketing: Focus on Sponsorship. Portland, OR.
  6. Madrigal, R. and King, J. (2011). “Ubiquitous Sponsorship Activation Triggers: Cutting Through the Clutter.” Presented at the American Marketing Association Summer Conference. San Francisco, CA.
  7. King, J. and Mahy, C. (2011). “Executive Functioning, Perspective-taking, and Marketplace Deception: A Pilot Study.” Presented at the 2nd Annual Graduate Research Forum. Eugene, OR.
  8. Metzger, M. and King, J. (2010). “From Effectuation to Market Driven: The Maturation of Historically Nascent Technologies.” Presented at the 4th Annual International Conference on Business and Sustainability, Portland, OR
  9. King, J. (2010). “Use of the Affect Heuristic in Evaluations of Product Innovations.” Presented at the American Marketing Association Summer Conference, Boston, MA.
  10. King, J. and Metzger, M. (2010). “Moving Forward in the Dark: New Product Development In Nascent Markets.” Presented at Academy of Marketing Science Annual Meeting, Portland, OR
  11. Ye, J. and King, J. (2009). “Managing the Downside Effects of Organizational Changes in Fast Moving Service Environments.” Presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. * Selected for Best Paper Proceedings, Organization Development and Change Division
  12. King, J. (2008). “Meaning Transfer in New Product Development.” Presented at the American Marketing Association Summer Conference, San Diego, CA. * Recipient of Best Paper Award for New Product Development, Product Management, and Entrepreneurship Track