Frank M. Bass Dissertation Paper Award

2016 Winner(s)

Winning material: “Online Content Pricing: Purchase and Rental Markets”

Purpose of the Award

The Bass Award is given to the best marketing paper derived from a Ph.D. thesis published in an INFORMS-sponsored journal according to the following eligibility requirements:

  • The paper must have appeared in an INFORMS journal within the two years and three months preceding the nomination deadline, and
  • The paper must have been accepted for publication within five years from the date the thesis was finally approved.
  • In the case of multiple authors, nomination implies that the Ph.D. recipient made the primary contribution to the publication.  The Ph.D. advisor nominating the paper should certify that the Ph.D. recipient made the primary contribution to the paper.  Further, either the Ph.D. recipient should be the first author or authorship should be in alphabetical order.

Information for next year's award is coming soon.

About the Award/Namesake

Committee

Kusum Ailawadi

Charles Jordan 1911 TU’12 Professor of Marketing
Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
Email: kusum.ailawadi@dartmouth.edu


Past Awardees

2016 Winner(s)
Anita Rao
2015 Winner(s)
Scott Shriver
2015 Finalist
Doug J. Chung, Yale University Thomas Steenburgh K. Sudhir
Jonathan Zhang Oded Netzer, Columbia University Asim Ansari
2014 Winner(s)
Eva Ascarza
2014 Finalist
Mingyu Joo
2013 Winner(s)
Ron Berman
Gerard J. Tellis, University of Southern California Seshadri Tirunillai
2012 Winner(s)
Hema Yoganarasimhan
Song Yao, Duke University Carl F. Mela, Duke University
2011 Finalist
Zsolt Katona, University of California Berkeley Miklos Sarvary, INSEAD
Song Yao, Duke University Carl F. Mela, Duke University
2010 Winner(s)
Juanjuan Zhang
2010 Finalist
Jun B. Kim
Zsolt Katona, University of California Berkeley
2009 Winner(s)
Kenneth C. Wilbur, University of California, San Diego
2009 Finalist
Zsolt Katona, University of California Berkeley
Brett R. Gordon, Columbia University
2008 Winner(s)
Oded Netzer, Columbia University V. Srinivasan, Stanford University James M. Lattin, Stanford University
2008 Finalist
Yubo Chen, University of Arizona Jinhong Xie
Zsolt Katona, University of California Berkeley
2007 Winner(s)
Gunter J. Hitsch, University of Chicago
2007 Finalist
Koen Pauwels Dominique M. Hanssens, Anderson School of Management
UCLA
2006 Winner(s)
Dina Mayzlin
2006 Finalist
Timothy J. Gilbride Greg M. Allenby, Helen C. Kurtz Chair in Marketing
Fisher College of Business
The Ohio State University
Debanjan Mitra Peter N. Golder, How Does Objective Quality Affect Perceived Quality? Short-Term Effects, Long-Term Effects, and Asymmetries
2005 Winner(s)
Dmitri Kuksov
2005 Finalist
Peter S.H. Leeflang Dick R. Wittink Harald J. van Heerde, University of Waikato
Jean-Pierre Dube, University of Chicago
2004 Winner(s)
Elie Ofek Miklos Sarvary, INSEAD
2002 Winner(s)
Vincent R. Nijs Marnik G. Dekimpe Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp Dominique M. Hanssens, Anderson School of Management
UCLA
2001 Winner(s)
Yuxin Chen Chakravarthi Narasimhan, Philip L. Siteman Professor of Marketing
Olin Business School
Washington University in St. Louis
Z. John Zhang
1999 Winner(s)
David R. Bell James M. Lattin, Stanford University
1998 Winner(s)
Prasad Naik
1997 Winner(s)
Miklos Sarvary, INSEAD
Peter N. Golder, How Does Objective Quality Affect Perceived Quality? Short-Term Effects, Long-Term Effects, and Asymmetries
1996 Winner(s)
Tulin Erdem, New York University
1995 Winner(s)
Jan Roelf Bult
1994 Winner(s)
Abbie Griffin
1993 Winner(s)
João Assunção
1992 Winner(s)
Paul Nelson
1991 Winner(s)
Jagmohan S. Raju
1990 Winner(s)
Greg M. Allenby, Helen C. Kurtz Chair in Marketing
Fisher College of Business
The Ohio State University