Jin Su

  • Associate Professor
  • Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies, UNCG
  • j_su@uncg.edu
  • 210 Stone Building
  • Greensboro NC

Dr. Jin Su is an Associate Professor in the Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies, Bryan School of Business and Economics, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She received her Ph.D. in Textile Product Marketing from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in December 2004. Dr. Jin Su’s research interests include dynamics in the global textile, apparel, fashion, and retail industries, global supply chain management and global sourcing strategies in the textile, apparel, and retail industries, brand marketing, sustainability and sustainable consumption and decision making, and cross-cultural consumer behavior.

There are 10 included publications by Jin Su :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Brand personality and brand equity: evidence from the sportswear industry 2015 709 Purpose– This paper aims to explore the personalities of sportswear brands and their relationship to brand equity using Aaker’s methodology in the context of sportswear brands.Design/methodology/approach– This paper used Aaker’s brand personality fra...
Brand Personality, Consumer Satisfaction, and Loyalty: A Perspective from Denim Jeans Brands 2017 857 This study employed Aaker's brand personality framework to empirically investigate the personality of denim jeans brands and to examine the impact of brand personality on consumer satisfaction and brand loyalty based on data collected from 474 colleg...
Examining the relationships among the brand equity dimensions: Empirical evidence from fast fashion 2016 1391 Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to understand the nature of the inter-relationships among brand equity dimensions in the fast fashion context.Design/methodology/approach– Based on the empirical data collected from 419 fast fashion consumers in ...
Exploring the Personality of Sportswear Brands 2014 1340 Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to identify the personalities that are associated with sportswear brands and tests the applicability of Aaker’s brand personality framework in the context of sportswear brands.Design/methodology/approach – This ...
Factors affecting college students’ brand loyalty toward fast fashion: A consumer-based brand equity approach 2018 1113 Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to empirically investigate the factors affecting consumer’s fast fashion brand loyalty by examining US college students’ perceptions and loyalty toward fast fashion.Design/methodology/approach: Using consumer-bas...
Global sourcing shifts in the U.S. textile and apparel industry: a cluster analysis 2005 1764 Globalization of the U.S. textile and apparel industry has been significantly spurred in the last decade by trade agreements such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI). In terms of the U.S. texti...
Strategic Sourcing and Supplier Selection in the U.S. Textile— Apparel—Retail Supply Network 2009 1175 This research investigates the key causal linkages in supply chain management—the impact of strategic sourcing and supplier selection on firm performance in the U.S. textile–apparel–retail supply network. A conceptual framework was developed and the ...
Strategic sourcing in the textile and apparel industry 2013 1777 Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to investigate performance outcomes of strategic sourcing, specifically examining how strategic sourcing affects buyer-supplier relationship, supplier evaluation, and sourcing performance from the buying firm's p...
Strategic sourcing, sourcing capability and firm performance in the US textile and apparel industry 2012 940 Purpose– With the intense competition in the global textile and apparel industry and the uncertainty of the global textile and apparel business environment, sourcing has increasingly assumed a pivotal strategic role in textile and apparel supply chai...
Supplier selection in small and medium sized firms: The case of the U.S. textile and apparel industry 2016 1222 PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to empirically examine supplier selection among small- and medium-sized firms in the US textile and apparel industry. For small- and medium-sized firms, one powerful method of improving the firm’s competitiveness i...