International Trade and Economics Shanghai Jiaotong University
Empirical Industrial Organization, Pricing, Market Structure, Competition, Dynamic Structural Modeling, Two-sided Matching, B2B Marketing
Marco Shaojun Qin is a PhD candidate in quantitative marketing at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. His research interests broadly cover the areas of quantitative marketing and applied industrial organization. In his research projects to date he explores the sources of complementarity in various business settings, with an emphasis on the coexistence of competition and cooperation among firms. He is currently working on projects that look at the complementarity between products (B2C) and complementarity between business relationships (B2B).
"Planes, Trains and Co-Opetition: Evidence from China" -Job Market PaperDownload (1.76 MB)
“Network Effects on Value Creation in Key Accounts – A Matching Approach,” with George John