Area(s) of Expertise
Competitive and Organizational Strategy
Economics and Management
Professor Ellickson's research focuses on quantitative marketing and empirical industrial organization. He teaches courses on data analysis and competitive strategy.
Causal & Predictive AnalyticsCausal InferenceCore Statistics for MS Students Using RCore Statistics for MS Using PythonAdvanced Topics in Quantitative Marketing ResearchCore Statistics for MS StudentsData Analytics
- Research Interests
Professor Ellickson’s research interests lie at the intersection between quantitative marketing and industrial organization, with a focus on using structural modeling to understand the forces that drive strategic interaction and optimal decision making. He is particularly interested in modeling the importance of dynamic and spatial competition in retail trade.Ellickson’s research has been published in various academic journals including the Review of Economic Studies, the RAND Journal of Economics, Marketing Science, the Journal of Marketing Research, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, and the Journal of Economic Perspectives.
- Teaching Interests
Economics: Empirical Industrial Organization (Grad), Econometrics (Undergrad)
Business: Economic Theory of Organizations (full time and executive MBA programs), Data
Learning to set prices2022Journal of Marketing ResearchIssue2Volume59The Competitive Effects of Entry: Evidence from Supercenter Expansion2020American Economic Journal: Applied EconomicsIssue3Volume12Measuring Competition in Spatial Retail2020Rand Journal of EconomicsIssue1Volume51Product Launches with New Attributes: A Conjoint-Consumer Panel Technique for Estimating Demand2019Journal of Marketing ResearchIssue5Volume56Implications of Parent Brand Inertia for Multi-product Pricing2017Quantitative Marketing and EconomicsIssue4Volume15Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models in Continuous-Time2016Review of Economic StudiesIssue3Volume83The Evolution of the Supermarket Industry: From A&P to Wal-Mart2016Handbook on the Economics of Retail and DistributionAdolescence and the Path to Maturity in Global Retail2015Journal of Economic PerspectivesIssue4Volume29Market Structure and Performance2015International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Second Edition/ElsevierIssue2Multiplicity of Equilibria and Information Structures in Empirical Games: Challenges and Prospects2014Marketing LettersIssue3-4Volume25Pharmaceutical Followers2013International Journal of Industrial OrganizationIssue5Volume31Estimating Network Economies in Retail Chains: A Revealed Preference Approach2013Rand Journal of EconomicsIssue2Volume44Wal-Mart and the Geography of Grocery Retailing2013Journal of Urban EconomicsVolume75Supermarkets as a Natural Oligopoly2013Economic InquiryIssue2Volume51Repositioning Dynamics and Pricing Strategy2012Journal of Marketing ResearchIssue6Volume49Enriching Interactions: Incorporating Outcome Data into Static Discrete Games2012Quantitative Marketing and EconomicsIssue1Volume10Estimating Discrete Games2011Marketing ScienceIssue6Volume30Practical Methods for Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models2011Annual Review of EconomicsVolume3Dynamic Asset Pricing in a System of Local Housing Markets2010American Economic Review: Papers and ProceedingsIssue2Volume100Discrete Choice Models of Firms' Strategic Decisions2008Marketing LettersIssue3-4Volume19Supermarket Pricing Strategies2008Marketing ScienceIssue5Volume27Does Sutton Apply to Supermarkets?2007Rand Journal of EconomicsIssue1Volume38Quality Competition in Retaling: A Structural Analysis2006International Journal of Industrial OrganizationIssue3Volume24Patient Welfare and Patient Compliance: An Empirical Framework for Measuring the Benefits from Pharmaceutical Innovation2001Medical Care Output and Productivity