Prof. Dr. Johanna Gollnhofer is Associate Professor of Marketing and leads the Institute for Marketing and Customer Insight at the University of St.Gallen (IMC-HSG) together with Prof. Dr. Sven Reinecke and Prof. Dr. Torsten Tomczak. She is considered an expert for qualitative approaches (especially ethnography) in consumer research and deals with future topics in the context of the retail and health care industry as well as the sharing economy. Her research has been published in international journals such as the Journal of Consumer Research, the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, the Journal of Business Research, the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing and Strategy & Management. She previously completed her PhD at the University of St.Gallen and then worked as an assistant professor at the University of Southern Denmark.
More about Johanna Gollnhofer:
Investigating Category Dynamics: An Archival Study of the German Food Market
Johanna Gollnhofer & Kushagra Bhatnagar
Consumer Movements and Value Regimes: Fighting Food Waste in Germany by Building Alternative Object Pathways
Johanna Gollnhofer, Henri Weijo & John Schouten
Transforming community well-being through patients' lived experiences
Andrew Gallan, Janet McCol-Kennedy, Tatiana Barakshina, Bernado Figueiredo, Josephine Go Jefferies, Johanna Gollnhofer & et al.
Grassroots Responzibilization and Makeshift Markets
Johanna Gollnhofer & Alev Kuruglou
Normalizing Alternative Practices: The Recovery, Distribution and Consumption of Food Waste
Complementing the Dominant Social Paradigm with Sustainability
Johanna Gollnhofer & John Schouten
The Legitimation of a Sustainable Practice through Dialectical Adaptation in the Marketplace
Fair Is Good, but What Is Fair? Negotiations of Distributive Justice in an Emerging Nonmonetary Sharing Model
Johanna Gollnhofer, Katharina Hellwig & Felicitas Morhart