Estimation of Dynamic Demand Models

November 1-2, 2002

12:00 Lunch and Welcoming Remarks
1:30 Tülin Erdem (University of California at Berkeley), Michael Keane (Yale University), and Judi Strebel (San Francisco State University) “Learning about Computers: An Analysis of Information Search and Technology
    Discussant: K. Sudhir (Yale University School of Management)
2:45 Andrew Ching (Ohio State University), “A Structural Model of Dynamic Competition in Advertising under Quality Uncertainty, with an Application to a Prescription Drug Market
    Discussant: Ahmed Khwaja (Duke University-Fuqua Business School)
4:30 Victor Aguirregabiria (Boston University), “Intertemporal Price Discrimination in Supermarkets: Evidence from the Estimation of a Dynamic Game”
   Discussant: Steve Berry (Yale University)
6:30 Dinner
8:00 Continental Breakfast
9:30 Michael Keane (Yale University), Susumu Imai (Concordia University), and Tülin Erdem (University of California at Berkeley), “Brand and Quantity Choice Dynamics under Price Uncertainty”
    Discussant: Günter Hitsch (University of Chicago-Graduate School of Business)
11:15 Dick Wittink (Yale University School of Management), Harold van Heerde (Tilburg University), and Peter Leeflang (University of Groningen), “Flexible Decomposition of Sales Promotion Effects Based on Store-Level Scanner Data
    Discussant: Michael Keane (Yale University)
12:30 Lunch
1:30 Aviv Nevo (University of California, Berkeley) and Igal Hendel (University of Wisconsin, Madison), “Measuring the Implications of Sales and Consumer Stockpiling Behavior
    Discussant: Judith Chevalier (Yale University School of Management(
3:15 Steven Berry (Yale University) and Ariel Pakes (Harvard University), “Estimation of Dynamic Oligopoly
    Discussant: Victor Aguirregabiria, Boston University
4:30 Tat Y. Chan (Washington University, St. Louis) and P. B. Seetharaman (Ohio State University), “Estimating Dynamic Pricing Decisions in Oligopolistic Markets: An Empirical Approach Using Micro- and Macro-Level Data
    Discussant: Dan Ackerberg (UCLA)
6:30 Dinner