Aviv Nevo
Aviv Nevo

MARKETING
Professor of Economics, Weinberg Collge of Arts & Sciences
Professor of Marketing, Kellogg School of Management

Print Overview
Aviv Nevo is Professor of Economics and holds a joint position in the Department of Economics and the Marketing group.

Professor Nevo has published widely in economics and marketing journals. His works focuses on empirical industrial organization and econometrics. Much of his work has been on estimating demand for consumer packaged goods and its implications for price competition, mergers and marketing. He has also done work looking at the real estate brokerage industry.

Professor Nevo was awarded a NSF CAREER grant, a Sloan Foundation Research Fellowship and was awarded the Compass prize. He currently serves on the editorial boards of the Review of Economics Studies, the RAND Journal or Economics, the Journal of Industrial Economics, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, and Marketing Science. He received his BSc from Tel Aviv University, and his AM and PhD from Harvard University.
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Print Research
Research Interests
Industrial organization, econometrics, choice modeling

Articles
Nevo, Aviv. 2008. An approach for extending dynamic models to settings with multi-product firms. Economics Letters. 100(1): 49-52.
Nevo, Aviv. 2006. Measuring the Implications of Sales and Consumer Inventory Behavior. Econometrica. 74(6): 1637-1673.
Nevo, Aviv. 2006. Sales and Consumer Inventory. RAND Journal of Economics. 37(3): 543-561.
Nevo, Aviv. 2005. Academic Journal Pricing and the Demand of Libraries. American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings. 95(2): 447-452.
Nevo, Aviv. 2004. Intertemporal Substitution and Storable Products. Journal of the European Economic Association. 2(2-3): 536-547.
Nevo, Aviv. 2003. Using Weights to Adjust for Sample Selection When Auxiliary Information Is Available. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. 21(1): 43-52.
Nevo, Aviv. 2003. New Products, Quality Changes, and Welfare Measures Computed from Estimated Demand Systems. Review of Economics and Statistics. 85(2): 266-275.
Nevo, Aviv. 2003. The Post-Promotion Dip Puzzle: What do the Data Have to Say?. Quantitative Marketing and Economics. 1(4): 409-424.
Nevo, Aviv. 2002. Why Do Manufacturers Issue Coupons? An Empirical Analysis of Breakfast Cereals. RAND Journal of Economics. 33(2): 319-339.
Nevo, Aviv. 2002. Sample Selection and Information-Theoretic Alternatives to GMM. Journal of Econometrics. 107(1): 149-157.
Nevo, Aviv. 2001. Measuring Market Power in the Ready-to-Eat Cereal Industry. Econometrica. 69(2): 307-342.
Nevo, Aviv. 2000. Mergers with Differentiated Products: The Case of the Ready-to-Eat Cereal Industry. RAND Journal of Economics. 31(3): 395-421.
Reprinted in:
Empirical Industrial Organization, edited by Paul L. Joskow and Michael Waterson, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2004.
Nevo, Aviv. 2000. A Practitioner's Guide to Estimation of Random-Coefficients Logit Models of Demand. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. 9(4): 513-548.
Nevo, Aviv. 1998. Identification of the oligopoly solution concept in a differentiated-products industry. Economics Letters. 59(3): 391-395.
Working Papers
Nevo, Aviv. 2007. The Relative Performance of Real Estate Marketing Platforms: MLS versus FSBOMadison.com.
Nevo, Aviv. 2006. Why Does the Average Price Paid Fall During High Demand Periods?.
Book Chapters
Nevo, Aviv. 2008. "Merger Simulations." In The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, edited by Steven N. Durlauf and Lawrence E. Blume, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Nevo, Aviv. 2006. "Empirical Models of Imperfect Competition: A Discussion." In Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications. Ninth World Congress, edited by Richard Blundell, Whitney K. Newey and Torsten Persson, vol. II, 86-96. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 
Print Teaching
Teaching Interests
Industrial organization, econometrics, choice modeling
Doctoral
Special Topics in Marketing: Topics in Quantitiatve Marketing and Economics (MKTG-530-3)
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