Associate Professor of Marketing
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
New York University
Piracy and Outsourcing in Two-Sided Markets," (with Eitan
Muller), accepted at Quantitative Marketing and Economics.
Entrepreneurship's Dynamic Tensions: Converging (Diverging) Effects of
Experience and Networks on Market Entry Timing and Entrant Performance,"
Yanfei Zhao and P. Devereaux Jennings), forthcoming in Journal of Business Venturing.
Demand for New and Used Durable Goods without Physical Depreciation:
The Case of Japanese Video Games," (with Andrew Ching), Marketing
Science, 38(3), 2019, 392-416.
Computationally Efficient Fixed Point Approach to Dynamic Structural
Demand Estimation," (with Yutec Sun), Journal of
Econometrics, 208(2), 2019, 563-584.
- Source Codes
for the Monte Carlo exercises (NFP, MPEC, and PFP)
of Dynamic Models of Rewards Programme," (with Andrew Ching), Japanese
Economic Review (special issue on Marketing and Industrial Organization), 69(3), 2018, 306-323.
Distinctiveness in the Console Video Game Industry: An
Exemplar-Based Model of Proto-Category Evolution,"
Eric Yanfei Zhao, P. Devereaux Jennings, and Michael Lounsbury), Organization
Science, 29(4), 2018, 588-611.
Exclusivity and Accessibility: Patterns of Brand and Product
Line Extension Strategies in the Fashion Luxury Industry,"
History Culture Consumption (special issue on the Business
of Luxury), 4(1), 2017, 31-57.
Success Beyond Traditional Measures: New Insights from
Methods and Market Response Modeling,” (with Vinod
Venkatraman, Angelika Dimoka,
Paul A. Pavlou, Khoi Vo, William Hampton, Bryan Bollinger, Hal E.
and Russell S. Winer), Journal
of Marketing Research, 52(4), 2015, 436-452.
the Illegitimacy Discount: Cultural Entrepreneurship in the U.S.
Feature Film Industry," (with Eric Yanfei Zhao and Michael
Studies, 34(12), 2013 1747-1776.
the Informative and Persuasive Roles of Detailing on Prescribing
Decisions," (with Andrew Ching), Management Science,
58(7), 2012, 1374-1387.
Practitioner's Guide to Bayesian Estimation of Discrete Choice Dynamic
Programming Models," (with Andrew Ching, Susumu Imai, and
Neelam Jain), Quantitative
Marketing and Economics, 10(2), 2012, 151-196 (lead
Codes for the Monte Carlo exercises (in C and MATLAB)
Effects of Detailing on Prescribing Decisions under Quality Uncertainty,"
(with Andrew Ching), Quantitative
Marketing and Economics, 8(2), 2010, 123-165 (lead
Dynamic Structural Model of Endogenous Consumer Reviews in Durable
Goods Markets," (with Yuzhou Liu), under invited revision for
Price Promotion: Capturing Seasonal Category Expansion Under Endogenous
Consumption," (with Minjung Kwon and Tülin
invited revision for Marketing
"Accounting for Causality in the Measurement of Sales Lift from TV
Advertising," (with Henry Assael and Baek Jung Kim), under 2nd round review at Journal of Advertising Research.
the Dynamics of Brand Extensions: The Case of Movies," (with
Sridhar Moorthy), under review.
Effect of Acquisitions on Product Quality, Innovativeness, and Sales
Performance: Evidence from the Console Video Game Industry (2002-2010),"
(with Joost Rietveld).
"Is Early Product Release Preannouncement a Signal for High Product Quality?" (with Baek Jung).
Estimation of Finite-Horizon Discrete Choice Dynamic
(with Andrew Ching).
Selected works in progress
"Price Discrimination via Versioning with Limited Quantity and Time:
Case of Special Edition Video Games,"
(with Joost Rietveld and Yuzhou Liu).
a Latent Seasonal Market Segment in the Year-End U.S. Video Game
Market," (with Minjung Kwon and Bryan Bollinger).
"When and How Do Firms Benefit from Limtied-Time
Products?" (with Makoto Mizuno).
"Evaluating Soda Taxes Using a Dynamic Rational Addiction Model" (with Jong Yeob Kim).
Latent Consumption/Purchase Occasions from Observational Data on Brand
and Quantity Choices" (with Eunkyung An and Makoto Mizuno).
Changes in Purchase Behavior due to Aging for Consumer Goods: A
Hierarchical Gaussian Process Approach" (with Akira Shimizu and Takashi
"Dynamic Competition for New and Used Durable Goods without Physical
Depreciation,” (with Andrew Ching and Matthew Osborne).