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Justina Gineikienė
Short description / mini CV: 

Justina Gineikienė is a Chair of Management Department at ISM University of Management and Economics. Her empirical research is focused on international marketing and health related consumer behavior and has been published by highly ranked journals (e.g. Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of International Marketing or Journal of Business Research). J. Gineikienė actively pursues research collaborations with KU Leuven, Groningen University, VU Amsterdam, Vienna University of Economics and Management, Vienna University, and others. She also has 15 years working experience in communication industry.

Research areas:

-International marketing

-Sustainable and health related consumer behavior

Publications

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Yamaguchi, M., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Yamaguchi, M., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress: How Conspicuous Consumption, Perceived Self-control Motivation, and Descriptive Normative Influence Determine Functional Food Choices. Appetite, 131, 1, 59-67.

Barauskaitė, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, B.M. (2018). The Power of the Past: Consumer Nostalgia as a Coping Resource.

Barauskaitė, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, B.M. (2018). The Power of the Past: Consumer Nostalgia as a Coping Resource. In A. Gershoff, R. Kozinets, & T. White (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 46. (Dallas, USA)

 

Fennis, M.B., Gineikiene, J., Barauskaitė, D., van Koningsbruggen, M.G. (2018). Trapped in the Rabbit Hole: Life History Strategies Modulate the Impact of Mild Stress on Hedonic Consumption.

Fennis, M.B., Gineikiene, J., Barauskaitė, D., van Koningsbruggen, M.G. (2018). Trapped in the Rabbit Hole: Life History Strategies Modulate the Impact of Mild Stress on Hedonic Consumption. In A. Gershoff, R. Kozinets, & T. White (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 46. (Dallas, USA)

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., and Fennis, B.M. (2017). Saved by the Past? Activated Disease Threat Promotes Consumer Preferences for Nostalgic Products.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., and Fennis, B.M. (2017). Saved by the Past? Activated Disease Threat Promotes Consumer Preferences for Nostalgic Products. In A. Gneezy, V. Griskevicius, & P. Williams (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 45.

Gineikiene, J. and Skudiene V. (2017). Don’t Dare to Blur our Boundaries. Balancing Between Current and Past Identities.

Gineikiene, J. and Skudiene V. (2017). Don’t Dare to Blur our Boundaries. Balancing Between Current and Past Identities. In: Thongpapanl and Pounders (Eds). Back to the Future: Using Marketing Basics to Provide Customer Value: Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Sciencehttps://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-66023-3_234

Fennis, B.M., and Gineikiene, J. (2017). When Healthy Options Help vs. Hurt Wellbeing: Behavioral Disinhibition Predicts both Self-Licensing and Consistency in Judgment and Choice.

Fennis, B.M., and Gineikiene, J. (2017). When Healthy Options Help vs. Hurt Wellbeing: Behavioral Disinhibition Predicts both Self-Licensing and Consistency in Judgment and Choice. International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS). Organized by Association of Psychological Science.

Gineikienė, J., & Diamantopoulos, A. (2017). I hate where it comes from but I still buy it: Countervailing influences of animosity and nostalgia.

Gineikienė, J., & Diamantopoulos, A. (2017). I hate where it comes from but I still buy it: Countervailing influences of animosity and nostalgia. Journal of International Business Studies, 48(8), 992-1008. (2016 Impact Factor - 5.869)

Fennis, B.M. and Gineikiene, J. (2017). Inhibitory Control Predicts Licensing and Consistency Effects in Consumer Choices.

Fennis, B.M. and Gineikiene, J. (2017). Inhibitory Control Predicts Licensing and Consistency Effects in Consumer Choices. In A. Gneezy, V. Griskevicius, & P. Williams (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 45.

Gineikiene J., Schlegelmilch B.B., Auruškevičienė V (2017). “Ours” or “Theirs”? Psychological Ownership and Domestic Products Preferences.

Gineikiene J., Schlegelmilch B.B., Auruškevičienė V (2017). “Ours” or “Theirs”? Psychological Ownership and Domestic Products Preferences. Journal of Business Research, 72 (March), 93–103 (2016 Impact Factor: 3.354).

Gineikiene, J., Kiudyte, J. Degutis, M. (2017). Functional, Organic or Conventional? Food Choices of Health Conscious and Skeptical Consumers. Baltic Journal of Management, 12, 2, 139-152 (2016 Impact Factor: 0.761).

Gineikiene, J., Kiudyte, J. Degutis, M. (2017). Functional, Organic or Conventional? Food Choices of Health Conscious and Skeptical Consumers. Baltic Journal of Management, 12, 2, 139-152 (2016 Impact Factor: 0.761).

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene J. (2017). Do You Feel Younger Enough To Choose Nostalgic Products? Exploring the Role of Age Identity in Nostalgic Consumption Experience.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene J. (2017). Do You Feel Younger Enough To Choose Nostalgic Products? Exploring the Role of Age Identity in Nostalgic Consumption Experience. Baltic Journal of Management, 12, 3. (2016 Impact Factor: 0.761).

Gineikiene, J. and Fennis, B.M. (2017). When Innovation Collides with Nature: How Merely Considering Functional Foods Hurts the Entire Product Category.

Gineikiene, J. and Fennis, B.M. (2017). When Innovation Collides with Nature: How Merely Considering Functional Foods Hurts the Entire Product Category. In A. Gneezy, V. Griskevicius, & P. Williams (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 45.

Fennis, B.M. and Gineikiene, J. (2017). Behavioral Disinhibition: A Unitary Framework to Account for Self-Licensing and Consistency Effects in Goal Accessibility and Consumer Choice. In A. Gneezy, V. Griskevicius, & P. Williams (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 45.

Fennis, B.M. and Gineikiene, J. (2017). Behavioral Disinhibition: A Unitary Framework to Account for Self-Licensing and Consistency Effects in Goal Accessibility and Consumer Choice. In A. Gneezy, V. Griskevicius, & P. Williams (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 45.

Gineikiene, J., Schlegelmilch, B. B., & Ruzeviciute, R. (2016). Our Apples Are Healthier Than Your Apples: Deciphering the Healthiness Bias for Domestic and Foreign Products.

Gineikiene, J., Schlegelmilch, B. B., & Ruzeviciute, R. (2016). Our Apples Are Healthier Than Your Apples: Deciphering the Healthiness Bias for Domestic and Foreign Products. Journal of International Marketing, 24(2), 80-99. (2016 Impact Factor-3.725)

Gineikiene J., Schlegelmilch B.B., Auruškevičienė V. (2015). Love yourself and like the others: why domestic favoritism is different from consumer ethnocentrism.

Gineikiene J., Schlegelmilch B.B., Auruškevičienė V. (2015). Love yourself and like the others: why domestic favoritism is different from consumer ethnocentrism. Proceedings from American Marketing Association Educators, Volume 26, E-18. Organized by American Marketing Association.

Gineikiene J., Schlegelmilch B.B., Ruzeviciute, R. (2015). Healthiness by default in domestic and foreign food products choices. 

Gineikiene J., Schlegelmilch B.B., Ruzeviciute, R. (2015). Healthiness by default in domestic and foreign food products choices. Proceedings from European Marketing Academy 44th Annual Conference. Organized by EMAC.

Gineikiene, J.; Diamantopoulos, A., and Urbonavičius, S. (2013). Countervailing Influences of Consumer Animosity and Nostalgia on Purchasing Decisions.

Gineikiene, J.; Diamantopoulos, A., and Urbonavičius, S. (2013). Countervailing Influences of Consumer Animosity and Nostalgia on Purchasing Decisions. In S. Botti, & A. Labroo (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research. 41, 456-460.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress: How Conspicuous Consumption, Self-control, and Normative Influence Determine Functional Food Choices.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress: How Conspicuous Consumption, Self-control, and Normative Influence Determine Functional Food Choices. EMAC 47th Annual Conference, United Kingdom.

Gineikiene, J., & Diamantopoulos, A. (in print). I Hate Where It Comes From But I Still Buy it: Countervailing Influences of Animosity and Nostalgia.

Gineikiene, J., & Diamantopoulos, A. (in print). I Hate Where It Comes From But I Still Buy it: Countervailing Influences of Animosity and Nostalgia. Journal of International Business Studies (2016 Impact Factor: 5.869).