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Werner Josef Reinartz (born in 1963 in Langerwehe, Germany) is a German economist. Since 2007 he is a Professor of Retailing and Customer Management at the University of Cologne and the Director of the Center for Research in Retailing (IFH).[1].

Life and Education[edit]

Werner Reinartz studied Agricultural Sciences at the Technical University of Munich and graduated in 1990 with a degree in Engineering. After completing his studies, he gained practical experience in international sales and marketing at Lorenz von Ehren in Hamburg, Germany. In 1994, he was enrolled at Henley Management College, England, and graduated with a master's degree of Business Administration. His doctoral studies focusing on Marketing took place from 1995 to 1999 at the University of Houston in the United States. His dissertation was one of the first research papers that dealt comprehensively and empirically with the topic 'Customer Lifetime Value' and has received several awards such as the 2001 Donald R. Lehmann Award and the 1999 John A. Howard Doctoral Dissertation Competition. [2].

Teaching and Research[edit]

After receiving his doctorate in 1999, he began his academic career at Insead in Fontainbleau, France, where he worked until 2007. Before leaving he had occupied the Cora Chaired Professor of Management and Retailing. In 2007, he was appointed a Professor of Business Administration, Retailing and Customer Management at the University of Cologne and remains till present. In parallel, he is also the Director of the Center for Research in Retailing (IFH), which was founded in 1929 and is one of the largest institutes of the University of Cologne.

His research interests in Marketing include Marketing Strategy, Retailing, Customer Relationship Management, Advertising Effectiveness and Digital Transformation. His articles and the findings of his research work are published in leading marketing journals and have received a number of research awards [3]. . Elbeck and Vander Schee in 2014 listed Reinartz as the leading non-US researcher in citations in leading marketing journals [4]. Since 2017 he is co-editor of the International Journal of Research Marketing (IJRM). In addition, he has worked as an editor for a number of publications.

Awards (Nominations)[edit]

In 2016, Reinartz was listed in the economist ranking of the German Journal Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung as one of the top economists in Germany [5]. He was awarded the Varadarajan Award for Early Career Contributions to Marketing Strategy Research in 2009, an award of the American Marketing Association for highest research impact within 10 years of the dissertation [6]

Work and Publications (Selection)[7][edit]

  • Reinartz, Werner, Nico Wiegand, and Monika Imschloß (2019), “The Impact of the Digital Transformation on the Retailing Value Chain”, International Journal of Research in Marketing, Vol 36(3).
  • Becker, Maren, Nico Wiegand, and Werner Reinartz, (2019), “Does It Pay to Be Real? Understanding Authenticity in TV Advertising", Journal of Marketing, 83(1), 24-50. [Google Scholar citations: 1; Web of Science citations: 1]
  • Lobschat, Lara, Ernst C. Osinga, Werner Reinartz (2017), „What Happens Online Stays Online? – Segment-Specific Online and Offline Effects of Banner Advertisements” Journal of Marketing Research, 54 (6), 901-913.
  • Reinartz, Werner and Monika Imschloß (2017), “From Point-of-Sale to Point-of-Need: How Digital Technology Transforms Retailing”, Marketing Intelligence Review, Vol. 9(1), 43-47.
  • Ulaga, Wolfgang and Werner Reinartz (2011), “Hybrid Offerings: How Manufacturing Firms Combine Goods and Services Successfully”, Journal of Marketing, 75 (6), 5-23.
  • Reinartz, Werner, Michael Haenlein, and Jörg Henseler (2009), „An Empirical Comparison of the Efficacy of Covariance-Based and Variance-Based SEM”, International Journal of Research in Marketing, 26 (2009), 332-344.
  • Reinartz, Werner and Wolfgang Ulaga (2008), "How to Sell Services Profitably", Harvard Business Review, 86 (5), 90-98.
  • Kumar, V., Rajkumar Venkatesan, and Werner Reinartz (2006), “Knowing What to Sell, When, and to Whom “, Harvard Business Review, 84 (3) March, 131-137.
  • Reinartz, Werner, Jacquelyn Thomas, and V. Kumar (2005), “Balancing Acquisition and Retention Resources to Maximize Customer Profitability”, Journal of Marketing, 69 (January), 63-79.
  • Reinartz, Werner, Manfred Krafft, and Wayne Hoyer (2004), ”The CRM Process: Its Measurement and Impact on Performance”, Journal of Marketing Research 41 (August), 293-305.
  • Zeng, Ming and Werner Reinartz (2003), “Beyond Online Search: The Road to Profitability”, California Management Review, 45 Winter, 107-130.
  • Reinartz, Werner and V. Kumar (2003), “The Impact of Customer Relationship Characteristics on Profitable Lifetime Duration”, Journal of Marketing, 67 (January), 77-99.
  • Reinartz, Werner and V. Kumar (2002), “The Mismanagement of Customer Loyalty”, Harvard Business Review, 80 (July), 86-94.
  • Reinartz, Werner and V. Kumar (2000), “On the Profitability of Long-Life Customers in a Noncontractual Setting: An Empirical Investigation and Implications for Marketing”, Journal of Marketing, 64 (4), October, 17-35.