Gabriele Pizzi is Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Bologna. Previously, he was Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Department of Management of the University of Bologna, starting from 2013. In 2009 he spent a visiting period at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland (US).
His research interests revolve around the effect of time and psychological distance on several relevant individual behaviors, such as individual judgments and intertemporal choices. His works have appeared, among the others, on the Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, the Journal of Economic Psychology, Marketing Letters, the Journal of Service Research, and the Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. .
His doctoral dissertation on the Temporal Pattern of Customer Satisfaction has received the 2009 First Runner-Up Award at the Fisher IMS & AMA SERVSIG Dissertation Proposal Competition in Tampa (FL) and his research has been awarded with a research grant from Società Italiana Marketing for his work on multi-channel marketing. Gabriele has significant expertise in the implementation of experimental studies.