University of Redlands > Academics >
School of Business >
Office: URSB Management & Business , Hornby Hall #102
Phone: 909/748-8778 Campus Ext. 8778
By combining standard statistical methods with geographic information system tools I created data that allowed me to test hypotheses about consumer behavior in previously unexplored ways.
Xin Zhao and N.J. Nelson Hodges. (2005). Contemporary Interpretations of Traditional Chinese Dress: A Comparison of Consumers in China vs. Chinese Immigrants in the United States. Proceeding to be published by ITAA.
Xin Zhao. (2004). Analysis of Competitiveness: An Application to China's Textile and Apparel Industries. Proceeding published by ITFA.
Xin Zhao. (2009). Ethnic Consumer Patterns. The Inland Empire Business Atlas. http://business.redlands.edu/atlas/business/purchasing/
Collegiate Relations Chair for American Marketing Association, Inland Empire Chapter
The Sustainable University of Redlands Farm (SURF) is a natural farm in its beginning stages, but already grows and sells fresh vegetables to Bon Appetit, the food management company on campus.
© 2014 University of Redlands. All Rights Reserved.