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Following is a list of recent seminars hosted by the Marketing group.
Assistant Professor of Economics, Ohio State University
(Note: Unique Tuesday meeting)
Professor of Marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business
"Welfare Effects of Home Automation Technology with Dynamic Pricing"
Professor of Marketing, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
"Designing the Content of Advertising in a Differentiated Market"
Associate Professor of Marketing, USC Marshall School of Business
Assistant Professor of Distribution Management and E-Commerce, University of St. Gallen
"Does “Liking” Lead to Loving? - Assessing theImpact of Joining Brand Communities”
Commonwealth Professor of Economics, University of Virginia
"Paid to Order: Poaching and Retaining Customers with Personalized Discounts"
Professor of Marketing, Tilburg University and Research Fellow at CEPR, London
"Product Variety and Store Density: A General Equilibrium Model of Retailing"
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Economics, and Management at Yale University
"Habits of virtue and the role of social heuristics in human cooperation"
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
"Moral Cognition at the Algorithmic Level"
Professor of Marketing, Yale School of Management
Assistant Professor Marketing, Hass School of Business
"A Multilevel Understanding of Prosocial Behavior"
PhD Candidate in Marketing, Temple University (starting Fall 2015, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Emory University)
"Mobile Ad Effectiveness: Hyper-Contextual Targeting with Crowdedness"
Associate Professor of Marketing, Boston University
"Costly Reluctance to Hedge"
Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Experimental Psychology, University College London
"Good news and bad news: how humans incorporate information"
Assistant Professor, Ohio State University
“A common mechanism underlying value-based decision making”
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