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- Phone: 401.874.4190
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- Office Location: 234, Ballentine Hall
Stephen Atlas is an associate professor of marketing at the College of Business, University of Rhode Island, where he studies consumer behavior. His research has been featured in leading scholarly journals such as the Journal of Marketing Research, the Journal of Consumer Research and Nature Sustainability. At URI, he teaches customer relationship management and analysis to undergraduate and graduate students, and Ph.D. research methods. Prior to URI he received his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He trains, consults and speaks on customer relationships, mindfulness, and emergent technology.
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Maya, Xintong Guan, Haley Parker, Elie Perraud, Ashley Buchanan, and Anne Thorndike (2021), “Effect of Personalized Incentives on Dietary Quality of Groceries Purchased: A Randomized Crossover Trial,” JAMA Network Open.
Atlas, Stephen, Jialing Lu, and Nilton Porto (2019), “Confidence, Knowledge and Credit Card Use,” Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning.
Atlas, Stephen A., Daniel M. Bartels (2018), “Periodic Pricing and Perceived Contract Benefits,” Journal of Consumer Research.
Brozyna, Christopher, Todd Guilfoos, and Stephen A. Atlas, (2018) “Slow and Deliberative Cooperation in the Commons,” Nature Sustainability.
Atlas, Stephen A., Eric J. Johnson and John W. Payne (2017), “Time Preferences and Mortgage Choice,” Journal of Marketing Research.
Selected Media Coverage
Incentivizing what you eat for healthier choices. Momentum: Research & Innovation, Spring 2019.
Teaching people about money doesn’t seem to make them any smarter about money – here’s what might. MarketWatch, Oct 27, 2018
Worth every cent! The science of periodic pricing. Canvas8, Oct 19, 2018.
Why the ‘dollars a day’ pitch works,Chicago Booth Review, May 3, 2018.
Would you pay $20 a day to lease a luxury car? Science Daily, Jan 8, 2018.
Financial literacy: exploring the relationship between knowledge and confidence,Momentum: Research & Innovation, Spring 2017.
Financial literacy should be taught early, often, Providence Business News, Oct 14, 2016
Rebate what you want’ shows power of giving customers options, Providence Journal, Apr 24, 2016
R.I. discount retailers thrive while bucking online trend, Providence Business News, Jan. 9, 2016
URI students get real market experience, Westerly Sun, Nov. 29, 2014