Marketing Seminars

Find seminars on marketing that are open to Stanford GSB faculty and PhD students, or request permission to attend.

Marketing seminars are held on Wednesdays from 12:00 to 1:15 pm, unless otherwise indicated. Stanford GSB faculty may also schedule a session to meet the speaker individually.

Spring 2022

Date & Time Speaker Title
Apr 20
12:00-1:15
W332
Ellie Kyung
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
The Mental Mapping of Magnitude: New Insights from Examining Response Biases ( )
May 04
12:00-1:15
W332
Olivia Natan
University of California, Berkeley
May 11
12:00-1:15
W332
Gideon Nave
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
joint paper with Jason Rentfrow and Sudeep Bhatia
May 18
12:00-1:15
E259
Jacob Teeny
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
May 25
12:00-1:15
W332
Taly Reich
Yale School of Management
On the Value of Mistakes ( )
Jun 01
12:00-1:15
W332
Jacob Conway
Stanford University, Department of Economics
Consuming Values: Estimating Consumer Demand for Corporate Social Responsibility joint paper with Levi Boxell
Jun 08
12:00-1:15
W332
Dmitry Taubinsky
University of California, Berkeley
When Do “Nudges” Increase Welfare? ( )

Winter 2022

Date & Time Speaker Title
Jan 26
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Julia Minson
Harvard Kennedy School
Conversational Receptiveness: Improving Engagement with Opposing Views joint paper with Michael Yeomans, Hanne Collins, Frances Chen and Francesca Gino
Feb 02
12:00-1:15
Zoom
George Wu
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Uncertainty Matters Less When Outcomes Differ ( )
Feb 09
12:00-1:15
C106
Simha Mummalaneni
Foster School of Business, University of Washington
joint paper with Ali Goli, Pradeep K. Chintagunta and Sanjay K. Dhar
Feb 16
12:00-1:15
P102
Hunt Allcott
Microsoft Research MIT
joint paper with Mathew Gentzkow and Lena Song
Feb 23
12:00-1:15
C106
Rachel Gershon
UC San Diego, Rady School of Management
Friends with Health Benefits: A Field Experiment ( )
Mar 02
12:00-1:15
C106
Celia Gaertig
University of California, Berkeley
Should Advisors Provide Confidence Intervals Around Their Estimates? joint paper with Joseph P. Simmons ( ) ( )
Mar 09
12:00-1:15
C106
Paul Ellickson
Simon Business School, University of Rochester
joint paper with Pianpian Kong, Mitchell J. Lovett and Takeaki Sunada
Mar 16
12:00-1:15
C106
Dean Eckles
MIT Sloan School of Management
Long ties: Formation, social contagion, and economic outcomes ( )

Fall 2021

Date & Time Speaker Title
Sep 22
12:00-1:15
P102
Tai Lam
Northwestern University
Sep 29
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Ike Silver
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
 
joint paper with Deborah A. Small and Geoff Goodwin
Oct 6
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Kristin Donnelly
UC Berkeley
joint paper with Giovanni Compiani and Ellen R. K. Evers
Oct 13
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Stephanie Smith
University of California, Los Angeles
Oct 20
12:00-1:15
P102
Hortense Fong
Yale School of Management
Joint paper with Vineent Kumar and K. Sudhir
Oct 21
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Yu Ding
Columbia Business School
 Joint paper with Gita V. Johar
Oct 27
12:00-1:15
P102
Srinivas Tunuguntla
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Nov 3
12:00-1:15
P102
Sam Goldberg
Kellogg School of Management
Designing Monitoring Programs ( )
Nov 10
12:00-1:15
M105
Runshan Fu
Carnegie Mellon University
Nov 12
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Annabelle Roberts
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Love Is Patient: People Are More Willing to Wait for Things They Like joint paper with Franklin Shaddy and Ayelet Fishbach