Navdeep S.Sahni is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the Stanford GSB. His research investigates consumers’ purchase decisions in digital markets. In recent years he has studied consumer response to various marketing channels including internet search advertising, display advertising, retargeting and email marketing. He has published numerous articles in leading marketing journals, including Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, and Management Science. His research has been recognized with awards, including American Marketing Association’s Paul Green Award, and Quantitative Marketing and Economics Journal’s Dick Wittink prize. He was named to the Marketing Science Institute’s list of Young Scholars in 2017.
Professor Sahni joined Stanford in the summer of 2012. He received his PhD from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2012. He holds an undergraduate degree (Integrated M.Tech.) in Mathematics & Computing from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.