Our Faculty

Carl Malinowski

Associate Professor

Lubin School of Business

Marketing

Location
  • @ Pleasantville
    Goldstein Academic Center 121
Office Hours
Pleasantville

Spring 2020
Mon 3:50pm-5:30pm
Wed 3:50pm-5:30pm
Thu 3:50pm-5:30pm

Education

PhD, CUNY Graduate School, New York , NY
Psychology

Academic and Professional Engagement Activities

Carl Malinowski, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Marketing. His research in personality, demographics and socio-cultural variables as they relate to morality have appeared in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the Journal of Business Ethics, the Journal of Global Competitiveness and Competition Forum. He also appeared several times in Marketing News, the official magazine of the American Marketing Association.

Dr. Malinowski has served in many capacities in the international organization of scholars, business professionals and politicians known as the American Society for Competitiveness (ASC). He has completed blind reviews for every issue of the refereed journal Competition Forum, the official journal of the annual ASC conference since it inception in 2003. He has presented his own work at the annual conference in 1998 and in every year from 2002 to 2019. In addition, he frequently serves as session chair and/or discussant at the annual conference.

Dr. Malinowski teaches classes in the principles of marketing, marketing research and consumer behavior. From 2007 through 2015. he also taught the first year undergraduate course University 101. In 1979, upon joining the faculty, he created a course in marketing ethics. This was at the invitation of his first chair, Professor Richard Turshen. This course was taught for about ten years on both the Westchester and New York campuses.

Selected Contributions & Publications

Malinowski, C.I., n. (2018). Relationship between student attitudes toward hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas and locus of control. Competition Forum. 16(1), 163-170. Read More >>

Malinowski, C. (2019). The relationship between students' attitudes toward general ethical dilemmas and their attitudes towards hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas.. Competition Forum. 17(2), 378-390.

Malinowski, C.I. (2017). Relationship between students' attitudes toward hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas and three moral emotions: Total guilt, post-transgressional guilt and anticipatory guilt. Competition Forum. 15(2), 284-293.

Malinowski, C.I. (2015). The relationship between undergraduate student attitudes about hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas and two personality traits: Test anxiety and need for social approval.. Competition Forum. 13, 2015(2), 383-389. Read More >>

Malinowski, C. (2019). The relationship between students' attitudes toward general ethical dilemmas and their attitudes towards hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas.. Competition Forum. 17(2), 378-390.