Kenneth C. Wilbur
Associate Professor of Marketing
Kenneth C. Wilbur, M.A., Ph.D., teaches core marketing at the Rady School. Ken produces original, useful research at the intersection of advertising,
K.C. Wilbur. 2008. A Two-Sided, Empirical Model of Television Advertising and Viewing Markets. Marketing Science, 27 (3): 356-378.
Wilbur, K.C., Y. Zhu. 2009. Click Fraud. Marketing Science, 28 (2): 293-308.
A.D. Rennhoff, K.C. Wilbur. 2012. Local Media Ownership and Media Quality. Information Economics and Policy, 24 (3-4): 231-242.
K.C. Wilbur, L. Xu, Kempe, D. 2013. Correcting Audience Externalities in Television Advertising. Marketing Science, 32 (10): 892-912.
A.D. Rennhoff, K.C. Wilbur. 2013. Market-Based Measures of Viewpoint Diversity. Information Economics and Policy, 26: 1-11.
K.C. Wilbur, P.W. Farris. 2014. Distribution and Market Share. Journal of Retailing, 90 (2): 154-167.
M. Joo, K.C. Wilbur, B. Cowgill, Y. Zhu. 2014. Television Advertising and Online Search.
Management Science, 60 (1): 56-73.
Xu, L., K.C. Wilbur, S. Siddarth, J. Silva-Risso. 2014. Price Advertising by Manufacturers and Dealers. Management Science, 60 (11): 2816-2834.
Liaukonyte, J., T. Teixeira, K.C. Wilbur. 2015. Television Advertising and Online Shopping. Marketing Science, 34 (3): 311-330.
Gao, H., J. Xie, Q. Wang, K.C. Wilbur. 2015. Should Advertising Increase or Decrease Prior to a Product Recall? The Marketing-Finance Interface in Product Crisis Management. Journal of Marketing, 79 (2015): 80-99.
For a full list and current CV, please visit http://kennethcwilbur.com/kennethcwilbur_cv.pdf