Professor Robinson’s current teaching interests include marketing management, marketing strategy, and new product development. His current research focuses on order of market entry and product innovation. His publication credits include “Entry for Supermarket Feature Me-Too Brands: An Empirical Explanation of Incidence and Timing,” with Ian Sinapuelas in Marketing Letters (2009), 20, 183-196; “Survival Determinants for Online Retailers”, with Ralitza Nikolaeva, Manohar Kalwani, and S. Sriram in Review of Marketing Science (2009), Article 1; “Market Pioneer and Early Follower Survival Risks: A Contingency Analysis of Really New versus Incrementally New Products,” with Sungwook Min and Manohar Kalwani in Journal of Marketing (2006), 15-33; “Is the First to Market the First to Fail?: Empirical Evidence for Industrial Goods Businesses” with Sungwook Min (2002), Journal of Marketing Research, 39, 120-128; “Product Development Strategies for Established Market Pioneers, Early Followers, and Late Entrants” with Jeongwen Chiang (2002), Strategic Management Journal, 23, 855-866. He has also published in several other journals including Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Industrial Economics, Management Science, and Marketing Science. Professor Robinson's research has been cited in empirical generalizations in marketing, published by Marketing Science in 1995 and the Marketing Science Institute in 2009. Professor Robinson had previously been a member of the Krannert faculty from 1983-86. In 1986-89 he was an assistant and associate professor at the University of Rochester. From 1989-96 he was associate professor at the University of Michigan. Professor Robinson returned to Purdue’s Krannert School of Management in 1996. He is on the editorial board of the Strategic Management Journal and the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.