USC Marshall School of Business


USC Marshall School of Business
Associate Professor of Marketing

PhD, University of Maryland; MA, SUNY-Buffalo; BS, Nankai University

Lan Luo studies new product development and marketing implications of new product launches. Her research has been published in Marketing Science and Journal of Marketing Research, among other journals. Professor Luo is the recipient of the John D.C. Little Award, the Donald R. Lehmann Award, and is a finalist for the Paul E. Green Award. Each is a major research award in the field of marketing. She has also been granted the Dean’s Research Excellence Award at the Marshall School of Business. In 2011, Professor Luo was named as a MSI Young Scholar, awarded once every two years to scholars mostly likely to be "potential leaders of the next generation of Marketing academics". She also received Marshall's Golden Apple Award for her teaching excellence.

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