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Ron N. Borkovsky

Borkovsky

    Ron N. Borkovsky

    Assistant Professor of Marketing

    Degrees: PhD in Managerial Economics & Strategy, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
    MA in Economics, University of Toronto
    BSc (Hons.) in Economics & Mathematics, University of Toronto
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    Bio

    Ron N. Borkovsky is Assistant Professor of Marketing at Rotman. He received a Ph.D. in Managerial Economics & Strategy from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. His research focuses on computation and estimation of dynamic models of industry equilibrium. He has applied such models in studying innovation, product development, and brand building. Prior to pursuing a Ph.D., Ron worked as an Economic Consultant for Charles River Associates.

    Selected Publications - Papers

    Selected Publications - Books and Chapters

    • Strategic Forward-looking Marketing Management, Chapter 8 in Flux: The Evolving Role of the Marketing Manager; edited by David Soberman and Dilip Soman, University of Toronto Press; 2012

    Honors and Awards

    2014  Excellence in Teaching Award for the Academic Year 2012/2013, Rotman School of Management
    2013  Honorable Mention, Dick Wittink Prize for the best paper published in QME in 2012
    2013  Outstanding Referee Award; Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control
    2013  Excellence in Teaching Award for the Academic Year 2011/2012, Rotman School of Management
    2012  University of Toronto Excellence Award (grant funding an undergraduate summer research assistantship)
    2011  Standard Research Grant (2011-2014), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC),
    2011  Excellence in Teaching Award for the Academic Year 2009/2010, Rotman School of Management
    2009  Connaught Start-Up Award; University of Toronto
    2008  Outstanding Referee Award; Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control
    2006  Best Poster Award (one of three); University of Chicago/Argonne National Laboratory Institute on Computational Economics

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Quantitative Marketing, Industrial Organization, Computational Economics  

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