Postdoctoral Associate in Marketing
Guofang Huang’s research interests include industrial organization, quantitative marketing, applied econometrics, and micro theory. His current research focuses on analyzing firms’ dynamic pricing behavior in an environment with consumer herding and seller learning.
"Is Advertising Informative? Evidence from Contraindicated Drug Prescriptions" (with M. Shum and W. Tan)
"Estimating Production Functions with Robustness against Errors in the Proxy Variables" (with Y. Hu)
"What Makes Insurance Companies Voluntarily Share Their Proprietary Customer Information"
"Posted Price and Haggling in the Used Car Market"
"Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction" (with K. Sudhir)Education
PhD, Johns Hopkins University 2011
MA, Peking University, China 2005
BE, Tongji University, China 2002