Ann L. McGill
Ann L. McGill’s research focuses on consumer and managerial decision-making, with special emphasis on causal reasoning, consumer evaluations of products and services consumed alone or with others, the influence of freedom of choice on outcome satisfaction, product and brand anthropomorphism, and dehumanization.
Besides teaching and advising several PhD candidates, Prof. McGill is a member of the American Marketing Association, the Association of Consumer Research, the Society of Experimental Social Psychologists, and the Society for Judgment and Decision Making. She is a former associate editor and editor for the Journal of Consumer Research.
Prof. McGill has held teaching positions at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and New York University. She passed her CPA examination in 1980 and worked as an auditor for Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co. in Detroit. This professional experience helps in the classroom by allowing her to build bridges from concept to application.
She won the 2005 and 2019 McKinsey Award for Excellence in Teaching at the University of Chicago.