Pallab Paul, PhD
Daniels 497
Professor; Co-Chair
Department of Marketing
Pallab Paul

Biography at a Glance

Pallab Paul is a professor of marketing in the Daniels College of Business. He also advises marketing students on their study-abroad options. Recognized for his excellence in research, teaching and service, Paul won multiple awards. These include the highest award of the University of Denver, William T. Driscoll Master Educator Award, in 2009 and the highest award of Daniels College of Business, Daniels Outstanding Faculty Award for Excellence—Professor of the Year, in 1997–98.

Paul’s current teaching interest lies primarily in the area of international marketing and branding and international business. He is a true team player in the university, contributing toward all possible programs (including executive and professional education, traditional and nontraditional MBA and undergraduate programs) over 20 years.

Paul’s research interest embraced the field of judgment and decision making in marketing, in particular in the international context, thus his research publications focus on marketing managers’, consumers’ and marketing educators’ decision making and outcomes across country boundaries. His research publications appeared in the following top-rated journals: Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Research in Marketing, Journal of International Marketing, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of Advertising, Business Ethics—A European Review, The American Journal of Psychology, Journal of Consumer Marketing, and Journal of Marketing Education.

Paul, a Fulbright Award-recipient, is a globally respected scholar and has delivered seminars, workshops and keynote addresses in more than two dozen countries. Additionally, he has worked with industry executives as a consultant, helping them formulate effective marketing strategies. A native of India, currently living in the U.S., Paul brings in a wide range of marketing and business perspectives because of his international exposure and first-hand experience in more than 70 countries.


  • PhD, Business Administration, University of Arizona
  • Post-Graduate Diploma, Industrial Management, Indian Institute of Science, India
  • BE, Mechanical Engineering, Calcutta University, India

Professional Academic Activities

  • Teaching: Daniels Scholarship of Teaching Award, Daniels College of Business, 2010.
  • Research: “Growth via Intellectual Property Rights versus Gendered Inequity in Emerging Economies: An Ethical Dilemma for International Business,” Journal of Business Ethics, 91, 3, February 2010, pp. 359–378.
  • Service: Director, International Living and Learning Community Program, University of Denver.

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