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demand estimation, logit, random coefficients, dynamic, nested-fixed-point, constrained optimization
Advertising response, banner advertising, e-commerce, internet retailing, targeting, micromarketing, survival models, hierarchical Bayesian models, Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods
Dynamic Oligopoly, Markov Perfection, Advertising
switching costs, dynamic model, brand loyalty, state dependence
mergers, demand estimation, multiple-discreteness, structural modeling
Endogenous Sunk Costs, Market Structure, Advertising, Entry, Geography
Household scanner data, store-level scanner data, price endogeneity, heterogeneity
Dynamic Oligopoly, network effects, antitrust, concentration, durable goods, penetration pricing
state dependence, heterogeneity, search, learning
high-technology products, indirect network effects, positive feedback, endogeneity, econometrics, economic policy, empirical industrial organization, market research, marketing strategy, product management
High-technology products, indirect network effects, positive feedback, endogeneity
pricing, promotion, retailing, pass-through, econometric models, channels of distribution,
pricing, prominence, choice, matching, behavioral
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Dynamic pricing, loyalty, state dependence, consumer heterogeneity
real estate, pricing, preference reversal, prominence effect, choice vs. matching
Digital Video Recorder, advertising, field study, brand, consumer packaged goods
Discrete/continuous demand, logit demand system, aggregate data, price endogeneity, primary and secondary demand, econometrics, economic policy, empirical industrial organization, market research, marketing strategy, product management
conjoint analysis, diffusion models, durable goods adoption, dynamic discrete choice models, identification of discount factors
competitive price discrimination, mobile marketing, targeting, field experiment, geo-conquesting, geo-fence
brand, branding, preferences, consumer, marketing
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branding, private label, painkillers
prosocial behavior, self-signaling, behavioral economics
self-signaling, discrete-choice games of incomplete information, behavioral economics, prosocial behavior, cause marketing
private label demand, the great recession, income effects
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