Assistant Professor, Marketing
- David G. Burgoyne Faculty Fellow
Neil Bendle joined Ivey in 2010 as an Assistant Professor in Marketing after completing his PhD in Marketing (Business Administration) from the University of Minnesota. A qualified accountant (FCCA) Neil also holds an MBA from the University of Virginia, MA in Hellenistic Studies from University of Liverpool, and a BA in Ancient History and History from the University of Nottingham.
Neil’s research has two strands. The first focuses on the impact of non-standard decision making in commercial and political markets using evolutionary game theory and behavioural economics. The second strand investigates the measurement of marketing performance and the accounting/marketing interface.
He is co-author of Marketing Metrics: The Manager’s Guide to Measuring Marketing Performance (3rd edition) Wharton School Press. Neil blogs weekly on decision-making and management at www.neilbendle.com and is co-author of a cartoon book: Behavioural Economics for Kids. Prior to entering academia Neil was the Finance Director of the British Labour Party.
- MBA Competition and Competitor Analysis
- HBA Competition and Competitor Analysis
- HBA Measurable Marketing
- PhD Decision Making
- PhD, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
- MBA, Darden School, University of Virginia
- MA, University of Liverpool
- BA, University of Nottingham
- Uncovering The Message In The Mess Of Big Data, with Shane (Xin) Wang, Business Horizons (Forthcoming)
- "The Journal of Consumer Research at Forty: A Historical Analysis" with Xin (Shane) Wang, Feng Mai and June Cotte, Journal of Consumer Research, 2015.
- “Competitor Orientation and the Evolution of Business Markets” with Mark Vandenbosch, Marketing Science, 2014.
- "Primary Elections and US Political Marketing" with Mihaela-Alina Nastasoiu in Political Marketing in the United States, Edited by Jennifer Lees-Marshment, Brian Conley and Kenneth Cosgrove, 2014.
- "Marketing Metrics: The Manager’s Guide to Measuring Marketing Performance”, with Paul Farris, Phillip Pfeifer and David Reibstein, Wharton School Publishing 3rd Edition, 2015.
- Assistant Professor of Marketing, Ivey Business School, Western University (2010-present)
- Finance Manager Labour Party (UK) (1996-2002)