Stern School of Business Bryan Bollinger
Assistant Professor of Marketing

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Bryan Research Interests
Energy and the Environment
Technology
The Effect of Information
Marketing Mix Effectiveness
Peer/Network Effects and Spillovers
Sustainability Marketing and Ethical Consumerism
Industrial Organization
Empirical Methods

Courses Taught
New Product Development (Undergraduate, MBA)
Advanced Empirical Methods (PhD)
Marketing Management (Executive MBA)
Global Marketing: Strategy and Tactics (Executive MBA)

Background
I am an Assistant Professor in the Marketing Department at Duke's Fuqua School of Business. I received my BA and BE in Engineering from Dartmouth College, an MA in Economics from Stanford University and my PhD in Marketing from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. I am broadly interested in the fields of marketing and empirical industrial organization, with an emphasis on policy-relevant questions.



PhD and Post-Doctoral Students

Present:


Nah Lee (Marketing PhD student at Duke)
Yanyou Chen (Economics PhD student at Duke)
Rudolf-Harri Oberg (Economics PhD student at Duke)
Drew Vollmer (Economics PhD student at Duke)
Bobby Harris (Environemtnal Economics and Policy PhD student at Duke)




Past:

Hana Choi (University of Rochester, Marketing)
Justin Kirpatrick (Michigan State University, Economics)
Minjung Kwon (Syracuse Universty)
Vivian Qin (University of Maryland (visiting), Marketing)
Safek Yucel (Georgetown University, Operations)
Stefan Lamp (Economics Post-doc at Toulouse)
Tsvetan Tsvetanov (University of Kansas, Economics)
Tingting Fan (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Marketing)



          Contact information:

        Email: bryan.bollinger@stern.nyu.edu

          Mailing address:

        New York University Stern School of Business
        804 Tisch Hall
        40 W 4th St
        New York, NY 10012

 

Last updated on July 1, 2019