Employee Profile

Jared Offei Lartey

PhD Candidate - Department of Marketing


I study technological practices as part of consumer culture.

My research draws on my background in marketing, service studies and my interests in socio-cultural approaches. My current research focuses on consumer experiences with novel and contested technologies, technological practices in everyday life and service contexts, and the shaping of consumer wellbeing. My research aims to advance practice theories and highlight implications for markets, designing consumer/service technologies, improving social wellbeing, and impactful stories on meaning making in everyday life.


Dwivedi, Yogesh K.; Hughes, Laurie, Wang, Yichuan, Alalwan, Ali Abdallah, Ahn, Sun Joo (Grace), Balakrishnan, Janarthanan, Barta, Sergio, Belk, Russell, Buhalis, Dimitrios, Dutot, Vincent, Felix, Reto, Filieri, Raffaele, Flavián, Carlos, Gustafsson, Anders, Hinsch, Chris, Hollensen, Svend, Jain, Varsha, Kim, Jooyoung, Krishen, Anjala S., Lartey, Jared Offei, Pandey, Neeraj, Ribeiro-Navarrete, Samuel, Raman, Ramakrishnan, Rauschnabel, Philipp A., Sharma, Amalesh, Sigala, Marianna, Veloutsou, Cleopatra & Wirtz, Jochen (2023)

Metaverse marketing: How the metaverse will shape the future of consumer research and practice

Psychology & Marketing, 40, s. 750- 776. Doi: 10.1002/mar.21767 - Full text in research archive

The initial hype and fanfare from the Meta Platforms view of how the metaverse could be brought to life has evolved into an ongoing discussion of not only the metaverse's impact on users and organizations but also the societal and cultural implications of widespread usage. The potential of consumer interaction with brands within the metaverse has engendered significant debate within the marketing-focused discourse on the key challenges and transformative opportunities for marketers. Drawing on insights from expert contributors, this study examines the marketing implications of the hypothetical widespread adoption of the metaverse. We identify new research directions and propose a new framework offering valuable contributions for academia, practice, and policy makers. Our future research agenda culminates in a checklist for researchers which clarifies how the metaverse can be beneficial to digital marketing and advertising, branding, services, value creation, and consumer wellbeing.

Mahmoud, Abdulai Mahmoud; Kastner, Adelaide Naa Amerley & Lartey, Jared Offei (2017)

Internet-Based Relationship Marketing: A Sub-Saharan African Perspective

Journal of Relationship Marketing Doi: 10.1080/15332667.2017.1349555

Gustafsson, Anders & Lartey, Jared Offei (2023)

Metaverse: On the human aspects, privacy and value destruction

[Academic lecture]. Seminar Series on the Digital Future for Business and Society.

Academic Degrees
Year Academic Department Degree
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2021 Lund University Master of Science
2015 University of Ghana Business School M.Phil in Marketing
2012 Valley View University B.B.A.
Work Experience
Year Employer Job Title
2021 - Present BI Norwegian Business School Doctoral Candidate
2020 - 2021 Lund University Supplemental Instruction Leader
2019 - 2019 Graduate School of Management, Abidjan Lecturer in Marketing
2017 - 2019 Entreprenuership Training Institute Adjunct Lecturer in Marketing
2012 - 2014 Valley View University Teaching Assistant in Marekting