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.

Winter 2021

Date & Time Speaker Title
Feb 03
12:00–1:15
Zoom 
Alice Moon
The Wharton School, The University of Pennsylvania 
 
Feb 17
12:00–1:15
Zoom 
Lawrence Williams 
University of Colorado Boulder
 
Mar 10
12:00–1:15
Zoom 
Adrian Ward 
University of Texas at Austin 

Fall 2020

Date & Time Speaker Title
Sep 23
12:00-1:30
Zoom
Chris Bechler
Stanford GSB

Wendy De La Rosa
Stanford GSB

Shreya Kankanhalli
Stanford GSB 

 
Sep 30
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Keith Wilcox
Columbia Business School
Second-Order Beliefs Lower the Performance of Attractive People on Intelligence Tests joint paper with Youjung Jun and Sandra Matz 
Oct 07
12:00-1:15
Zoom 
Xiao Liu
NYU
Dynamic Coupon Targeting Using Batch Deep Reinforcement Learning: An Application to LiveStream Shopping 
Oct 21
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Soheil Ghili
Yale School of Management
Network Formation and Bargaining in Vertical Markets: The Case of Narrow Networks in Health Insurance 
Oct 28
12:00-1:15
Zoom 
Ayelet Israeli
Harvard Business School 
How Market Power Affects Dynamic Pricing: Evidence from Inventory Fluctuation at Car Dealerships joint paper with Florian Zettelmeyer, Jorge Silva-Risso and Fiona Scott Morton
Nov 04
12:00-1:15
Zoom 
Wendy Liu
UCSD 
When Is There an Altruism Advantage? Perceptions of Intertemporal Preference of Altruistic Individuals joint paper with Yidan Yin 
Nov 11
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Marissa Sharif
The Wharton School, The University of Pennsylvania 
Just A Little Bit of Anticipation: The Impact Reward Anticipation on Persistence joint paper with Kaitlin Woolley
Nov 18
12:00-1:15
Zoom
Itamar Simonson 
Stanford Graduate School of Business 
The Real-Time Cognitive Value of Eating Kate, Helping, and Doing Something Special: “Concurrent Experience Evaluation” (CEE), Its Drivers and Moderators, and Research Directions
Seminar Organizers
Zakary Tormala
The Laurence W. Lane Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing
Sridhar Narayanan
Associate Professor, Marketing