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Dr Shilpa Iyanna

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Shilpa Iyanna

Shilpa Iyanna has been an academic since 1996. She started her tenure as Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University in July 2022. She was formerly employed at Abu Dhabi University, the only university in the UAE accredited by both AACSB and EQUIS. Through the course of her career Shilpa has had the opportunity to teach, interact and collaborate with colleagues and students from culturally diverse backgrounds.

Dr Iyanna’s research interests are in the area of customer behaviour that interconnects with various other streams of research mainly customer value, value co-creation, consumer attitude and behaviour, consumer satisfaction and consumer goal. Her current research interest is in the area of sustainable consumption, examining topics such as sustainable consumption and lifestyles, responsible consumption; attitudes towards changing consumption patterns; drivers of societal consumption patterns; and values attached to behaviour and lifestyles that in turn impact consumption patterns.

Dr Shilpa Iyanna is the recipient of several academic awards including the highly competitive Nottingham University Business School PhD Scholarship. Shilpa earned her PhD in Marketing from Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham, UK.

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  • Developing a conceptual model for voluntary pro-environmental behavior of employees, Alzaidi, S., Iyanna, S. 2 Mar 2022, In: Social Responsibility Journal
  • Digital transformation of healthcare sector. What is impeding adoption and continued usage of technology-driven innovations by end-users?, Iyanna, S., Kaur , P., Ractham, P., Talwar, S., Islam, N. 23 Aug 2022, In: Journal of Business Research
  • Islamic and Muslim Tourism: Service Quality and Theme Parks in the UAE, Lari, L., Iyanna, S., Jabeen, F. 19 Mar 2020, In: Tourism Review
  • Prioritising theme park service quality in Islamic contexts: an analytic hierarchy process approach, Lari, L., Jabeen, F., Iyanna, S. 17 Apr 2020, In: International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research
  • A theories of practice perspective in understanding barriers to sustainable commuting: The case of United Arab Emirates, Iyanna, S., Bosangit, C., Lazell, J., Carrigan, M. Nov 2019, In: International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing
  • Testing the psychometric properties of the Environmental Attitudes Inventory on undergraduate students in the Arab context: A testretest approach, Khalid, K., AlMenhali, E., Iyanna, S. 18 May 2018, In: PLoS One
  • Measuring Private Sphere Sustainable Behaviour of Residents in Abu Dhabi, Iyanna, S., Papastathopoulos, A. 3 Oct 2017, In: International Journal of Sustainable Society
  • Empirical illustrations of undergraduate students' goal pursuit dynamics, Iyanna, S. 29 Sep 2016, In: International Journal of Management in Education
  • Insights into consumer resource integration and value co-creation process, Iyanna, S. 2 May 2016, In: Journal of Applied Business Research
  • Smart plugs: Perceived usefulness and satisfaction: Evidence from United Arab Emirates, Ghazal, M., Akmal, M., Iyanna, S., Ghoudi, K. 1 Mar 2016, In: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

Philosophy PhD December 15 2011


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