Marketing Department Colloquia: 2007-2008

 

Where: 741 JMHH Conference Room

When: 3:00-4:20 PM (unless otherwise noted)

Note: Contact Americus Reed(215-898-0651) for colloquia scheduling information and suggestions for additional speakers and Angela Di Santo (215-746-3756) for appointments with speakers.

Fall 2007

Tuesday
09.07.07
Welcome PHD Student Reception

Speaker Topic
Tuesday
09.11.07
Kinshuk Jerath
Marketing & OPIM Departments
The Wharton School
Can We All Get Along? Incentive Contracts to Bridge the Marketing and Operations Divide

Tuesday
09.18.07
S Sajeesh
Marketing Department
The Wharton School
Positioning and Pricing in a Variety-Seeking Market

Thursday
09.20.07
Jason Duan
Yale University
The Role of Spatial Demand on Outlet Location and Pricing

Thursday
09.27.07
Vladas Griskevicius 
Arizona State University
The Many Shades of Rose-Colored Glasses: Discrete Positive Emotions and Persuasion

Thursday
10.04.07
Amy Dalton
Duke University
Coping in the Material World: Using Consumption to Repair and Protect Self-Worth

Thursday
10.22.07
Lawrence Williams 
Yale University
Metaphor Priming: The Impact of Physical Distance and Warmth on People’s Judgments

Thursday
10.18.07
Maria Ana Vitorino 
University of Chicago
Empirical Entry Games with Complementarities: An Application to the Shopping Center Industry

Thursday
10.25.07
No Colloquia – ACR

Thursday
11.01.07
Cait Poyner
University of
South Carolina
The Psychology of Category Design: How Product Groupings Influence Assortment Perceptions, Choice and Satisfaction

Thursday
11.08.07
Zsolt Katona
INSEAD
Buying and Selling Traffic: The Internet as an Advertising Medium

Thursday
11.15.07
Qiaowei Shen
UC Berkeley
Industry Evolution with Endogenous Entry and Exit

Thursday
11.22.07
No Colloquia – Thanksgiving

Thursday
11.29.07
Shawndra Hill
OPIM Department
The Wharton School
Network Based Marketing: Identifying Likely Adopters Via Consumer Networks

Thursday
12.06.07
No Colloquia – Hanukkah

Spring 2008


Date Speaker Topic

Thursday
01.24.08
Marketing Department First Years:
Mai Mai Lin
Ka Lok Lee
Hyuk-June Han
University of Pennsylvania
Two-Sidedness of the Common Retailer Channels
ABSTRACT

An Exploratory Study of Internet Usage during Hurricane Katrina 
ABSTRACT

Dominance of Visual over Somatosensory Systems in Representing Health Conditions
ABSTRACT


Thursday
01.31.08Jean-Pierre Dube
University of ChicagoTipping and Concentration in Markets with Indirect Network Effects 
ABSTRACT


Thursday
02.07.08Wendy Moe
University of MarylandAdvance Purchasing of Event Tickets
ABSTRACT
PAPER


Thursday
02.14.08Baohong Sun
Carnegie MellonLearning and Acting Upon Customer Information: An Empirical Application to Service Allocations with Offshore Centers 
ABSTRACT
PAPER


Thursday
02.21.08No Colloquia –
SCP Conference 


Thursday
02.28.08Cynthia Pickett
University of California, Davis“Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?” How Self-Construals Shape Charitable Behavior Toward Outgroup Members 
ABSTRACT


Thursday
03.06.08Karsten Hansen
Northwestern UniversityMeasuring the Mere Measurement Effect in
Non-Experimental Field Settings

PAPER


Thursday
03.13.08No Colloquia –
SPRING BREAK


Thursday
03.27.08Wes Hartmann
Stanford UniversityDemand Estimation and Marketing in the Presence of Social Interactions
ABSTRACT
PAPER


Thursday
04.03.08Andrew Perkins 
Rice UniversityImplicit Social Cognition in Consumer Behavior: (Really) recent findings 
PAPER


Thursday
04.10.08Teck Ho
University of California, BerkeleyA Theory of Peer-induced Fairness in Games
PAPER


Thursday
04.17.08Angela Lee 
Northwestern University“Choosing with Crying Smiles and Laughing Tears: The Dual Effects of Mixed Emotions on Variety Seeking”
ABSTRACT


Thursday
04.24.08Joseph Priester
University of Southern California– CANCELLED –
Brand Attachment
ABSTRACT


Thursday
05.01.08David Wooten
University of MichiganSay the Right Thing: Apologies, Reputability and Punishment 
ABSTRACT


WROE ALDERSON DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIESTuesday
05.06.08
Location: 250 JMHH
Time: 3:00 – 4:20 pmBarbara Kahn
University of MiamiA 360-Degree Look at Research Events