Professor Shriver is an empirical researcher who utilizes microeconomic and industrial organization theory to build econometric models of supply and demand. His research focuses on problems involving technology adoption, network effects, market entry and strategic competition. His recent papers have investigated the role of network effects in consumer/retailer adoption of alternative motor fuels and the relationship between content production and link formation in online social networks. Professor Shriver teaches the Core Marketing Strategy course.
Ph.D. (Marketing), Stanford Graduate School of Business, 2011;M.A. (Economics), Stanford University, 2008; M.B.A., UCLA Anderson School of Management, 2005; M.S. (Physics), Stanford University, 1995
Joined CBS in 2011
Teaching and research interest
Social Ties and User-Generated Content: Evidence from an Online Social Network In Management Science (2013)
EGRET High-Energy Gamma-Ray Pulsar Studies II: Individual Millisecond Pulsars In The Astrophysical Journal (1995)
The Second EGRET Catalog of High-Energy Gamma-Ray Sources In The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (1995)
The Distribution of Water Frost on Charon In Icarus (1994)