The primary responsibility of marketing management is to create a mutually beneficial exchange between a company and its customers and to sustain that exchange in a competitive marketplace.
The goal of the Stanford marketing faculty is to conduct research that will offer insight into the challenges of marketing and to develop and teach courses that will bring this perspective to students who have come seeking a general management education.
Our faculty embraces research traditions grounded in psychology and behavioral decision-making, economics and industrial organization, statistics and management science. These traditions support our research inquiries into consumer behavior, firm behavior, and the development of methods for improving the allocation of marketing resources.
Our marketing curriculum is designed to demonstrate to students the implications of these insights for different areas of marketing practice, including branding, pricing, new product development, advertising and marketing communication, channels of distribution, and marketing research.
Jennifer Lynn Aaker, Professor
Nir Eyal, Lecturer
Christopher Flink, Lecturer
Pedro Gardete, Assistant Professor
Wesley Hartmann, Associate Professor
Szu-Chi Huang, Assistant Professor
Uzma Khan, Associate Professor
James M. Lattin, Professor
Jonathan Levav, Associate Professor
Peter Levine, Lecturer
David B. Montgomery, Professor Emeritus
Harikesh S. Nair, Associate Professor
Sridhar Narayanan, Associate Professor
Michael L. Ray, Professor Emeritus
Navdeep S. Sahni, Assistant Professor
Stephan Seiler, Assistant Professor
Baba Shiv, Professor
Itamar Simonson, Professor
V. Seenu Srinivasan, Professor Emeritus
Zakary Tormala, Associate Professor
S. Christian Wheeler, Professor
MBA and Stanford MSx Programs
- MBA and Stanford MSx Elective: Marketing
- MBA General Management Perspectives
- MBA General Management Foundations