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    • Exploring consumer's needs and motivations in online social lending for development 

      Mittleman, Robert; Rojas-Méndez, José I. (Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing, 2013)
      This study is the first in exploring the needs and motivations of those who participate in the social phenomenon of Online Social Lending for Development (OSL4D). OSL4D represents a new form of charity support behavior ...
    • Why Canadians give to charity: An extended theory of planned behaviour model 

      Mittleman, Robert; Rojas-Méndez, José I. (International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing, 2018)
      The purpose of this paper is to test an expanded model of charitable giving and the intention to donate based on the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). The novelty of this research resides in disaggregating the overall ...
    • Cultural intelligence and mindfulness: Teaching MBAs in Iran 

      Cray, David; McKay, Ruth; Mittleman, Robert (Journal of International Education in Business, 2018)
      Purpose: A dynamic global economy has increased the need for cross-cultural flexibility and cultural intelligence. While a large literature has examined various means to increase cultural intelligence (CQ) in student and ...
    • Biases in charitable giving to international humanitarian aid: The role of psychic distance 

      Mittleman, Robert; Dow, Douglas (Journal of Macromarketing, 2018)
      At a time when government support for international humanitarian aid is decreasing, organizations devoted to helping in times of disaster are looking ever more to the individual donor for financial contributions. In this ...
    • Teaching in Iran: Culture and consequences 

      Cray, David; McKay, Ruth; Mittleman, Robert (Intercultural Education, 2018)
      The purpose of this paper is to examine cultural effects on interactions within a Canadian MBA program delivered in Iran. The analysis helps illuminate some of the important cultural differences between the countries and ...