Marketing Seminars 2021-2022

Marketing Department seminars run most Fridays during the academic year.  This site has the most current information available.  If there is no speaker listed for a particular date (TBD) that means there is no seminar that day.  Paper titles are listed when made available by the speaker. 

Fall 2021

Date Time Location Speaker & Topic
October 8 1:30-3:00 TBD TBD
October 15 1:30-3:00 TBD TBD
October 22 1:30-3:00 TBD TBD
October 29 1:30-3:00 TBD

TBD

November 5 1:30-3:00 virtual

Leif Nelson (UC Berkeley)

The Value of Replications in the Behavioral and Consumer Sciences

November 12 1:30-3:00 B3580

Artem Timoshenko (Northwestern)

Transfer Learning for Targeted Promotions

November 19 1:30-3:00 TBD

TBD

December 3 1:30-3:00 B3580

Jean-Pierre Dubé (University of Chicago)

Nonparametric Estimation of Habitual Brand Loyalty

December 10 1:30-3:00 virtual

Nailya Ordabayeva (Boston College)

How Political Ideology Shapes Preferences for Observably Inferior Products

 

Winter 2022

Date Time Location Speaker & Topic
January 14

1:30-3:00

virtual

Katherine White (University of British Columbia)

Closing the Gap: How Relative Distance from Crowdfunding Goals Can Enhance Charitable Giving

January 21

1:30-3:00

virtual

Dilip Soman (University of Toronto)

Prescriptions for Successfully Scaling Behavioral Interventions

January 28

1:30-3:00

virtual

Raluca Ursu (NYU)

Online Advertising as Passive Search

February 4

1:30-3:00

R2310

Brett Hollenbeck (UCLA)

cancelled due to storm - hope to reschedule for next week

February 11 1:30-3:00 R2310

Brett Hollenbeck (UCLA)

The Market for Fake Reviews

February 18 1:30-3:00 TBD TBD
February 25

1:30-3:00

virtual

Anita Rao (University of Chicago)

Information or Obfuscation? The Case of the 'No High Fructose Corn Syrup' Label

March 11

1:30-3:00

TBD

TBD

March 18

1:30-3:00

virtual

Keisha Cutright (Duke University)

Perfectly Imperfect:  How Thoughts of God Shape Consumer Preferences for Self-improvement Products and Artificial Intelligence

March 25

1:30-3:00

TBD

TBD

April 1

1:30-3:00

R2310

Jackie Silverman (University of Delaware)

On or Off Track: How (broken) Streaks Affect Consumer Decisions

April 8

1:30-3:00

R2310

Garrett Johnson (Boston University)

Privacy & Market Concentration: Intended & Unintended Consequences of the GDPR

April 15

1:30-3:00

R2310

CANCELLED - will reschedule for 2022-23

Shai Davidai (Columbia University)

April 22

1:30-3:00

virtual

Pankaj Aggarwal (University of Toronto)

Is Male the Default Gender for Anthropomorphized Brands and Products?