Ahmed Khwaja

Visiting Associate Professor of Marketing

Professor Khwaja's research focuses on dynamic strategic games, consumer choice dynamics, asymmetric information & incomplete markets, and simulation based econometric methods.On the substantive side he has investigated topics related to experience spillovers in market entry, retail chain expansion and size dynamics, long run and short run effects of collaboration in pharmaceutical innovation, effect of employee engagement on customer satisfaction, and moral hazard & adverse selection in health care markets. His research has been published in several journals including Marketing Science, RAND Journal of Economics, Journal of Econometrics, American Economic Review, Management Science, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Law and Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, and Journal of Health Economics. Along with the University of Cambridge he has held academic positions and affiliations at Yale, Duke and the University of Pennsylvania.

Education

  • PhD, University of Minnesota

Courses

Customer
MGT 411
Managing Marketing Programs
MGT 856

Publications

Selected Articles

P Bajari, H. Hong, A. Khwaja, and C. Marsh
RAND Journal of Economics
2014 (forthcoming)
P. Arcidiacono, A. Khwaja and L. Ouyang
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics
2012
A. Khwaja, D. Silverman, F. Sloan and Y. Wang
Journal of Health Economics
2009

Selected Working Papers

Market Share Evolution, Size Spillovers and Organizational Forgetting in Retail Chain Dynamics
J. Blevins, A. Khwaja, and N. Yang

Achievements

“Dynamic Feedback Between Employee Engagement, Productivity and Customer Loyalty,” with Nathan Yang
Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative Data Award
"The Paul Geroski Best Article" Prize for the best paper published in 2006
International Journal of Industrial Organization
2007
Honorable Mention Ken Arrow Award for best paper in Health Economics published in 2014
NIAAA R01 Grant, "Deterring Drunk Driving: Beliefs, Preferences, Outcomes, and Welfare Implications," with Hanming Fang and Frank Sloan.
NIA R13 Grant, "Structural Models of Consumer Optimization Behavior"
with Donna Gilleskie
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant, "Why Don’t Mature Smokers Quit?"
with Dan Silverman and Frank Sloan
AHRQ Dissertation R03 Grant, "A Dynamic Stochastic Model of Investment in Health"