Mr Daniel Hampson

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Position: Lecturer in Marketing
Academic unit: Management Sciences and Marketing


Daniel joined the academic staff at Manchester Business School in September 2011 after having previously worked at the school as a PhD and MSc student. Before moving into education Daniel had gained several years of marketing experience, including a position as business analyst at Bombardier Transportation. Daniel’s published research explores consumer behavior during times of economic recession. Having completed his PhD in 2013 at Manchester Business School, Daniel is currently working on projects in the area of economic psychology and consumer behaviour in retail, including studies on consumer confidence indices, consumer financial distress, and shopper disloyalty.

Research Interests

My area of teaching and research specialism is retail marketing. My research output thus far has been exlusively concerned with the changes in reatil consumers during economic crises.

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  • McGoldrick, P. J., & Hampson, D. P. (2012). Antecedents of primary store disloyalty in a stagnant market. In host publication.. Publication link: 8f7c596f-ecab-41ca-8f7a-97df802fc92c


  • Hampson, D. P., & McGoldrick, P. J. (2011). Consumers in a turbulent economy: normative, egoistic and economic antecedents to store (dis)loyalty and store-brand proneness. In host publication.. Publication link: d6882f6d-9c12-4049-9c01-f266152770a4
  • Hampson, D., & Mcgoldrick, P. (2011). Adaptive spending patterns in an economic crisis: learning lessons from recessions. In host publication.. Publication link: 52813694-bfc4-461b-b100-90f793a5367d


  • McGoldrick, . U., Hampson, P. J., & Hampson, D. (2009). Adaptive shopping patterns in an economic crisis. In host publication.. Publication link: c5aa87c3-293e-4d77-b891-54b274b9b5db