Marketing Seminars

Marketing seminars are held on Wednesdays from 12:00 to 1:15 pm, unless otherwise indicated.

Seminars are open to Stanford GSB faculty and PhD students, or by permission.

Spring 2020

Date, Time & Location Speaker Title

Winter 2020

Date, Time & Location Speaker Title
Jan 15
12:00-1:15
P102
Andrea Morales
Arizona State
Looks Can Be Deceiving: Positive & Negative Effects of Aesthetic Payments & Photo-Customized Products ( Abstract
Jan 22
12:00-1:15
W332
Jared Watson
NYU Stern
(Meet the Speaker
Red Flag! The Consequences of Alerting Consumers to Fake Reviews joint paper with Amna Kirmani 
Jan 29
12:00-1:00
G101
Junyu Cao
UC Berkeley
joint with OIT
Last-mile shared delivery: A discrete sequential packing approach
Feb 05
12:00-1:15
W332
Ed O’Brien
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
(Meet the Speaker
Knowing What to Enjoy When: Psychological Constraints on Optimal Sampling
( Abstract
Feb 12
12:00-1:15
P102
Remi Daviet
The Wharton School, The University of Pennsylvania
(Meet the Speaker)
Neural Attribute Normalization: An Application to Marketing with Deep Learning ( Abstract)
Feb 19
12:00-1:00
P107
Harikesh Nair
Stanford GSB 
joint seminar with OIT
Online Inference for Advertising Auctions joint paper with Caio Waisman, Carlos Carrion, and Nan Xu 
Feb 26
12:00-1:15
W332
Matthew Grennan
The Wharton School, The University of Pennsylvania
(Meet the Speaker)
Physician-Industry Interactions: Persuasion and Welfare joint paper with Kyle Myers, Ashley Swanson, and Aaron Chatterji ( Abstract)
March 04
12:00-1:15
W332
Joonhwi Joo
The University of Texas at Dallas 
(Meet the Speaker
Random-Coefficients Logit Demand Estimation with Zero-Valued Market Shares joint paper with Jean-Pierre Dube, and Ali Hortacsu

Fall 2019

Date, Time & Location Speaker Title
Sep 25
12:00-1:15
P102
Kwabena Donkor 
UC Berkeley
How Difficult is Tipping? Using Structural and Non-Structural Approaches to Estimate Decision Costs
Oct 09
12:00-1:15
P102
Omid Rafleian
University of Washington
Adaptive Ad Sequencing
Oct 16
12:00-1:15
P102
Tesary (Xiaocai) Lin
University of Chicago 
Valuing Intrinsic and Instrumental Preferences for Privacy
Oct 23
12:00-1:15
P102
Yewon Kim
University of Chicago
Customer retention under imperfect information
Oct 30
12:00-1:15
P102
Dinara Akchurina
INSEAD
Study Before Play: Pairing Educational and Gamified Content to Align Usage and Purchase Decisions
Nov 06
12:00-1:15
P102
Oren Reshef
University of California, Berkeley
Smaller Slices of a Growing Pie: The Effects of Entry in Platform Markets
Nov 13
12:00-1:15
P102
Xin Chen
UC Berkeley
Social Promotional Strategies and Consumer Choice: Evidence from and Online Field Experiment 
Dec 04
12:00-1:15
E233
Meng Zhu
Johns Hopkins
The Beauty Penalty (vs. Premium) joint paper with Tinting Nian, and Joachim Vosgerau ( Abstract