Dr Felix Septianto

PhD in Marketing (UNSW, 2017)

Biography

Felix Septianto is a Lecturer in Marketing at the University of Auckland Business School. His current research examines consumer psychology in the contexts of emotions, sustainability and prosocial behaviour, with a secondary research interest in consumer behaviour in Asian markets. The findings of his research provide important implications for stakeholders such as marketers, public policy makers, and consumers, in order to devise effective strategies to improve consumer welfare.

Research | Current

  • SEPTIANTO, F., NORTHEY, G., DOLAN, R. ‘The Effects of Political Ideology and Message Framing on Counterfeiting: The Mediating Role of Emotions’. Journal of Business Research, Forthcoming, 2019
  • SEPTIANTO, F., AN, J., SOEGIANTO, B. ‘Personalized Giving: Configurational Approach in Examining Demographics, Morality, and Prosocial Intentions’. Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science, Forthcoming, 2019
  • SEPTIANTO, F., AN, J., CHIEW, T.M., PARAMITA, W., TANUDHARMA, I. ‘The Similar versus Divergent Effects of Pride and Happiness on the Effectiveness of Loyalty Programs’. Journal of Business Research, 99, 12-22, 2019
  • NGO, L.V., NORTHEY, G., TRAN, Q., SEPTIANTO, F. ‘The Devil might Wear Prada, but Narcissus Wears Counterfeit Gucci! How Social Adjustive Functions Influence Counterfeit Luxury Purchases’. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Advance Online Publication, 2018
  • SEPTIANTO, F., SUNG, B., SEO, Y. TUGIMAN, N. ‘Proud Volunteers: The Role of Self and Vicarious Pride in Promoting Volunteering’. Marketing Letters, 29(4), 501-519, 2018
  • BARBERA, M., NORTHEY, G., SEPTIANTO, F., SPANJAARD, D. ‘Those Prices are HOT! How Temperature-related Visual Cues Anchor Expectations of Price and Value’. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 44, 178-181, 2018
  • SEPTIANTO, F., CHIEW, T.M. ‘The Effects of Different, Discrete Positive Emotions on Electronic Word-of-Mouth’. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 44, 1-10, 2018
  • SEPTIANTO, F., SOEGIANTO, B. ‘Being Moral and Doing Good to Others: Re-examining the Role of Emotion, Judgment, and Identity on Prosocial Behavior’. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 35(2), 180-191, 2017
  • SEPTIANTO, F. ‘Work More and Indulge More: Exploring the Self-Licensing Effect of Hard Work on Likelihood to Purchase Hedonic Products’. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 34, 235-239, 2017
  • SEPTIANTO, F., PRATIWI, L. ‘The Moderating Role of Construal Level on the Evaluation of Emotional Appeal vs. Cognitive Appeal Advertisements’. Marketing Letters, 27(1), 171-181, 2016
  • SEPTIANTO, F. ‘“Chopin” Effect? An Exploratory Study on How Musical Tempo Influence Consumer Choice of Drink with Different Temperatures’. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 28(5), 765-779, 2016
  • SEPTIANTO, F., HUANG, M., JEONG, J. ‘Consumer Locus of Control as a Moderator of the Relationship between Mood and Consumers’ Likelihood to Purchase’. Asia Marketing Journal, 16(2), 59-75, 2014
  • SEPTIANTO, F. ‘Anxiety, Sadness, and Emotion Specificity: The Role of Music in Consumer Emotion and Advertisement Evaluation’. ASEAN Marketing Journal, 5(2), 83-92, 2013

Teaching | Current

  • 2019 S1, Advertising and Promotion (MKTG306), BCom, University of Auckland
  • 2018 S2, Advertising and Promotion (MKTG306), BCom, University of Auckland
  • 2018 S1, Business and Enterprise (BUS101), BCom, University of Auckland
  • 2017 S1, Consumer Behaviour (MARK5800), MCom, UNSW
  • 2016 S2, Elements of Marketing (MARK5700), MCom, UNSW 

Postgraduate supervision

  • 2018, Kathleen Nicole Verano, MCom, Co-supervision with Bodo Lang
  • 2018, Jane Etheridge, MCom, Co-supervision with Rebecca Dolan

Distinctions/Honours

Research Grants

  • 2018, University of Auckland (SEED Grant), ‘Badges in Higher Education: Worthwhile Intrinsic or Extrinsic Motivation’, $5,000 (KEMPER, J., SEPTIANTO, F., NORTHEY, G.)
  • 2018, University of Auckland (FRDF), ‘Proud Volunteers: Emotions as a Route to Promote Volunteering in Non-Profit Organisations’, $24,301 (SEPTIANTO, F.)
  • 2018, APD and ANZMAC (Research Innovation Grant), ‘The Tango of Pride and Envy’, $5,000, (SUNG, B., SEPTIANTO, F., YIH, J.)
  • 2018, Academy of Korean Studies (Central University Programme Funding), ‘Pride and Luxury Advertising’, $2,000 (SEO, Y., SEPTIANTO, F.)
  • 2017, University of New South Wales (BizLab Grant), ‘The Effects of Gratitude on Self- and Other-focused Appeals’, $3,000 (SEPTIANTO, F., GARG, N.)
  • 2017, University of New South Wales (BizLab Grant), ‘Distinct Effects of Pride and Gratitude on Consumer Acceptance of Unethical Behaviours’, $3,000 (SEPTIANTO, F., GARG, N.)
  • 2017, University of New South Wales (School of Marketing), ‘The Self-relevance of Gratitude’, $2,000 (SEPTIANTO, F., GARG, N.)
  • 2016, University of New South Wales (BizLab Grant), ‘The Potential Advantage of Gratitude (vs. Fear and Pride) on the Effectiveness of Anti-Drinking Message’, $3,000 (SEPTIANTO, F., GARG, N.)
  • 2016, University of New South Wales (BizLab Grant), ‘The Effects of Pride and Gratitude on the Willingness to Moderate Drinking Behaviour’, $3,000 (SEPTIANTO, F., GARG, N.)
  • 2015, University of New South Wales (BizLab Grant), ‘The Effects of Pride and Gratitude on Consumer Evaluation of Self- vs. Other-Benefit Appeals’, $3,000 (SEPTIANTO, F., GARG, N.)

Awards & Honours

  • 2019, Elsevier Recognized Reviewer
  • 2018, Best Reviewer Award, Consumer Behaviour Track, ANZMAC
  • 2018, Publon's Peer Review Award
  • 2017, Winner of APD x ANZMAC Research Innovation Competition, ANZMAC    
  • 2017, Second Runner-Up of the 3 Minute Thesis Competition, UNSW Business School
  • 2016, Student Research Fair’s Best Poster Award, UNSW Business School
  • 2015, University International Postgraduate Award, UNSW
  • 2014, GSP Chairman’s Award, Kyung Hee University
  • 2011, Scholarship of Global Leadership, Kyung Hee University

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SIR OWEN G GLENN BUILDING - Bldg 260
Level 4, Room 408
12 GRAFTON RD
AUCKLAND CENTRAL
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand

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