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Charles R. Canedy III

Charles R. Canedy 3rd

Associate Professor of Marketing
Management and Marketing Department
Phone: 860-768-4382, Room 311B
canedy@hartford.edu






Courses:

AUCS 130
The Dynamics and Environment of the World of Business

BAR 211
Exploring Career Options

MKT 310
Introduction to Marketing

MKT 618
Marketing Management

MBA 730
Managing Customer
Interfaces

Education:

A.B.       Middlebury College
A.M.      Columbia University
M.B.A.   Kent State University
Ph.D.    Case Western University
A.P.C.   New York University
Post-Doctoral   Harvard Business School

Research Interests:
Prescriptive Case Analytics, Dialectics and Dynamics

Selected Scholarship Books and Articles: Canedy, C.R. 3rd, “Interdisciplinary Case Analysis”, in Seabury, M.B. (ed.) Questioning Outside the Lines (College Board, 1999).

Canedy, C.R. 3rd, M. Carsky & R. Dickinson, “The Evolution of Quality in Consumer Goods”, Journal of Macromarketing 18(1998), pp. 132-144

Canedy, C.R. 3rd, M.Carsky & R. Dickinson, “Marketing History Knows No Boundaries”, Proceedings of the 8th Conference in Marketing and Marketing Thought (May, 1997)

Recent Achievements and Honors:
Roy E. Larson Award for Excellence in Teaching: 2008
All-University Curriculum Award for Teaching Excellence: 2006

Barney School Award for Teaching Excellence: 2001

Best Paper Award (the Charles C. Slater Memorial Award for Best Paper): for the co-authored 1998 article on consumer goods’ qualify. Judged by the Editorial Board for the Journal of Macromarketing to have made the most significant contribution to the field of macromarketing.

Professional Activities:
Faculty Advisor, Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society.

Director, Theodore D. Veru Symposium in Business Excellence.

Faculty Advisor (and “Coach”), Barney School Intercollegiate Case Team.

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