G√ľnter J. Hitsch

Professor of Marketing and John E. Jeuck Faculty Fellow

Günter J. Hitsch studies quantitative marketing and industrial organization. His research interests include dynamic models of firm and consumer decision-making with a specific focus on dynamic advertising, pricing, sequential experimentation, and consumer discount factor estimation. Hitsch's research has been widely published and he has been invited to give talks at the University of California at Berkeley, Harvard University, Stanford University, Columbia University, Yale University, Northwestern University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

He is the recipient of two Kilts Center Fellowships, a True North Communications Inc. Scholarship, and a Fellowship from the Ministry of Science in Austria. Hitsch is a member of the American Economic Association, American Marketing Association, the Econometric Society, and INFORMS.

He earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Vienna in 1995. Hitsch received a master's degree in economics in 1997 and a master's degree in economics in 1998, as well as a PhD in economics in 2001 from Yale. He joined the Chicago Booth faculty in 2001.