dr. M.C. Leliveld
Marijke Leliveld is a behavioral scientist and expert on morality and ethics within consumer and other stakeholder's behavior, and actively contributes to one of the main themes of the University of Groningen: Sustainable society.
Specifically, she studies topics like charity donations, cause-related marketing campaigns, and other forms of prosocial or fairness related behavior and preceptions in for-profit and non-profit (governmental, charitable) organizations.
She teaches both methodology courses in the Bachelor, as well as Experimental Research Design (ReMa), and theoretical courses like Behavioral Decision Making and Ethics for International Business.
In 2019, she got appointed as member of the Young Academy Groningen.
- 2016-2018 Research grant from Kennisinstituut Duurzaam Verpakken on "Creating the perfect and sustainable gift experience: Consumers’ (un-)packaging experience of online purchases". Together with dr. Ilona de Hooge, WUR (€175.000)
- 2014-2017 Veni grant from the Innovative Research Incentives Scheme of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) for the project "Buying for Charity” (€238.680)
2004: M.Sc. Social and Organizational Psychology (cum laude) at Leiden University
2009: Ph.D. Social and Organizational Psychology at Leiden University
2008 onwards: assistant professor at the Marketing department, University Groningen
Academic service (selection)
- Board member of the Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) which aims to solve societal problems with a interdisciplinary approach
- Faculty Council member (2015 - current)
- Advocate for Open Access publishing: member of UG Library working group to promote OA and remove potential hurdles
Take a look at the complete CV for more information.
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