Dr Mudra Mukesh has a PhD in Marketing from IE Business School, in Madrid, Spain. She studied and worked in India, France, Spain, China, Hong Kong and USA. .
Mudra's business experience and expertise extends to the domain of entrepreneurship, managing development and execution of digital marketing strategy for international operations of SMEs and start-ups.
She has studied how Facebook usage impacts well-being of individuals and consumption preferences, as well as negotiation behavior. She is also interested in understanding how cognitive and social psychology can address issues and solve problems in education and addiction. Some of her other research projects include logo design and its impact on brand evaluations.
Mudra's research has received widespread media coverage from Live Science, Men's Health and L'Express. It has also been presented at various global academic conferences.
"Facebook with Care: Social Networking site can hurt self-esteem", Fox News. February 7, 2012."Why you shouldn't have more than 354 Facebook Friends", Men's Health News. February 12, 2012."L'étude qui va vous faire décrocher de Facebook", L'Express. July 3, 2014."How to Feel Better Everyday" Realsimple.com
Publications and book chapters
Mukesh Mudra and Rao Anand (2017) Social Media Measurement and Monitoring in R. Bikramjit and S. Bandyopadhyay (Eds) Contemporary Issues in Social Media Marketing. Routledge.
Mukesh M and Gonçalves D (2012) ,"Virtually Unhappy: How Probability Neglect in Social Comparison Biases Judgments of Satisfaction With Life", in NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 40, eds. Zeynep Gürhan-Canli, Cele Otnes, and Rui (Juliet) Zhu, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 741-742.
Luffarelli, J, Mukesh, M and Mahmood, M (2018) The Influence of Logo Descriptiveness on Consumer Behaviour and Brand
Mukesh, M. and Gonçalves, D. (2016) Hold the Negotiations! – Facebook, Envy and Egotistical Motivation
Mukesh, M., Margarita, M., and Gonçalves, D. (2014) The Well-Being Paradox of Facebook: Mantaining Relations and Collecting Unhappiness
Mukesh, M. and Gonçalves, D. (2014) Social Networking Sites—An Affiliation Desire and Envy Perspective for Consumer Loyalty
Mukesh M. A Study of Female Empowerment through Smoking Narratives: The Perspective of Urban Educated Women in India.
Mukesh M. and Goncalves, D "G(L)ive today, Die tomorrow": Role of Construal in personal versus Collective Mortality Salience and its impact on Charitable Giving
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.