Shubhranshu Singh is an associate professor of marketing at the Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University. He holds a joint faculty appointment in the Economics Department, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and is a core faculty of the Hopkins Business of Health Initiative.
Dr. Singh is an applied theorist and his main research interests are in the areas of societal impact (e.g., healthcare, poverty, and inequality). His research has appeared in Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, and Management Science journals. He serves as a senior editor for the Product and Operations Management journal and as a member of the editorial board of Marketing Science journal. His research has won the 2013 John A. Howard/AMA doctoral dissertation award and the 2012 ISMS doctoral dissertation competition. His paper on competition in corruption markets was finalist for both Bass and Little awards in 2017. He was chosen a Marketing Science Institute (MSI) young scholar in 2021.
Dr. Singh received his PhD in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley; MBA from National University of Singapore, Singapore; and MSc in Physics from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.