dr. (Mirjam) MA Tuk

Biography

Mirjam Tuk is an associate professor of marketing at RSM Erasmus University. Her research interests center around two areas. First, she studies self-control processes and aims to shed light on conditions that can help consumers exert self-control. Second, she studies interpersonal influence. Her work has been published in major journals such as Journal of Consumer Research, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Experimental Psychology - General and Psychological Science. She won an IgNobel award for her work in 2011. Prior to joining RSM, she was an associate professor of marketing at Imperial College Business School, where she taught various marketing courses. 

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

Associate professor | Department of Marketing Management
Email
tuk@rsm.nl
Room
T10-12
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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Work

NWO

Start date approval
November 2023
End date approval
July 2024
Place
UTRECHT
Description
Evaluatie en advies over beursaanvragen

Business Simulation

Year Level
bachelor 2, bachelor 3, pre-master
Year
2023
Course Code
BT2205

Bedrijfssimulatie

Year Level
bachelor 2, pre-master
Year
2023
Course Code
BK2205

Consumer Behavior

Year Level
PhD, master
Year
2023
Course Code
BERMASC039

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  • Ting-Yi Lin

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    Behavioural and Neural Evidence for Processes Underlying Biases in Decision-Making
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