The Marketing Group brings leading experts and practitioners from the field to campus to share their knowledge and experience.  Most seminars are held on Tuesdays in E62-550.  Below is a list of the current semester's planned speakers.

Marketing Seminar Spring 2024

  • May 14

    Keyan Li (MIT Sloan)

    "When Customer Search Stifles Product Innovations"

    Cameron Martel (MIT Sloan)

    "Harnessing partisan motives to solve the misinformation problem"

    12pm @ E62-550

  • February 27

    Eric Johnson (Columbia)

    "Exposing Omitted Moderators: Explaining Differences in Effect Sizes in the Social Sciences"

  • March 5

    Sahil Loomba (MIT Sloan Postdoctoral Fellow)

    "Social covariation and spillovers using geo-aggregated network data"

  • March 12

    Amit Goldenberg (HBS)

    "Emotion Regulation Contagion"

  • April 2

    Catherine Tucker (MIT Sloan)

    "Data Deserts and Algorithmic Exclusion"

  • April 9

    Negin Golrezaei (MIT Sloan)

    "Online Learning via Offline Greedy Algorithms: Applications in Market Design and Optimization"

  • April 16

    Hannah Li (Columbia)

    "The Interplay of User Behavior and Algorithm Design in Digital Ecosystems"


  • April 23

    Yifei Wang (MIT Sloan)

    "Does Mobile Technology Enhance Civic Participation? An Empirical Study of the Effect of Smartphone Use on Government Service Requests"

  • April 30

    Chiara Farronato (HBS)

    "Vertical Integration and Consumer Choice: Evidence from a Field Experiment"

  • May 7

    Anna Tuchman (Kellogg)


    "Gender-Based Pricing in Consumer Packaged Goods: A Pink Tax?” AND “The Impact of New York’s Pink Tax Regulation on Prices and Assortments" w/ Sarah Moshary

Past Seminars