Meet Our Faculty /
Dr. Lynn Dailey is a full professor and the Moor Endowed Chair in Business and Economics at Capital University. Her industry experience includes positions in a wide variety of roles ranging from sales to webmaster.
Dailey, Lynn C. (2017), “Restrictive Product Return Policies: Understanding the Impact of Consumers' Expectation of Control on Consumer Reactance and Reactance-related Outcomes,” Winter American Marketing Association Conference Proceedings.
Dailey, Lynn C. (2015), “How and Why Restricting Product Returns and Varying Product Return Policies Impact Consumers,” Advances in Consumer Research Proceedings, 43, 783.
Dailey, Lynn (2014), “Using Psychological Reactance to Understand Product Return Policies' Potential Influence On Consumers,” International Academy of Business and EconomicsProceedings, 14(3), 6.
Dailey, Lynn C. (2013), “Influencing Consumers through Restrictive Web Navigation: An Empirical Test,” International Journal of Consumer Research 2(1), 84-104.
Ülkü, M. Ali, Lynn C. Dailey, and H. Müge Yayla-Küllü (2013), “Serving Fraudulent Consumers? The Impact of Return Policies on Retailer’s Profitability,” Service Science, 5 (4), 296–309.
Dailey, Lynn and Mark Matson (2013), “Insider Trading: Internal Experts: An Effective, Affordable Way to Improve Operations,” HR Magazine, 58 (2), 72-73.
Dailey, Lynn (2013), “Using Client Based Projects (CBPs) in MBA Marketing Programs to Bridge the Gap between Theory and Practice,” Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings, March 2013.
Dailey, Lynn and M. Ali Ülkü (2012), “Understanding the Impact of Product Return Policies on Consumers,” Best Paper in Track Award, Natarajan, V. and M. Natarajarathinam eds. Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators.
Ülkü, M. Ali and Lynn Dailey (2011), “Know Thy Consumer: A New Model to Explore the Impact of Fraudulent Returns on Retailer's Return Policy,” Summer American Marketing Association’s Winter Educators’ Conference Proceedings.
Dailey, Lynn (2011), “Marketing Part-Time MBA Programs: Understanding the Need for and Dimensions of Flexibility,” Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, 5(2), 122-129.
Dailey, Lynn (2010), “Using Live Marketing Projects to Make Connections that Benefit Students, Local Organizations and University Reputation,” B. A. Vander Schee, ed., Marketing Management Association Fall Educators’ Proceedings.
Dailey, Lynn (2010), “Marketing Part-Time MBA Programs: Understanding the Need for and Dimensions of Flexibility” - Specifically MBA Education,” Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings.
Dailey, Lynn and MBA student authors (2006), Understanding MBA Consumer Needs and the Development of Marketing Strategy,” Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, Volume 16, Issue1, pp. 143-158.
Daiey, Lynn (2004), “Navigational Web Atmospherics: Exploring the Influence of Restrictive Navigation Cues,” Journal of Business Research, July, Volume 57, Issue 7, pp. 795 – 803.
MBA Marketing ManagementMBA Consumer Behavior & Focus GroupsMBA Marketing ConsultingConsumer Behavior and StrategyBusiness
Ph.D. Business Administration, University of KentuckyMaster of Business Administration, Ohio UniversityBachelor of Science Business Economics, The Ohio State University