Graduate Course Descriptions

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6203. Introduction to Quantitative Applications in Marketing

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: None.

Grading Basis: Graded

Techniques and concepts of quantitative marketing modeling. Topics would typically cover: empirical models such as brand choice models, purchase quantity models, purchase timing models, related estimation issues such as heterogeneity and endogeneity, basic microeconomic and industrial organization models, and the use of such models in marketing applications such as pricing, channel strategies, customer word-of-mouth and retail competition.

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