Shi (Sherry) Wang

Assistant Professor

Marketing & Logistics


Professor Wang joined the Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University in 2019. Prior to being a Buckeye, she received her Ph.D. in Marketing from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Professor Wang's research focuses on consumer decision making (e.g. gift giving) and consumer learning (e.g. from gifts, from reviews). She applies Bayesian statistics and other quantitative methods on real-world data from online platforms, as well as experimental data. Her work has appeared in Journal of Marketing Research.

Areas of Expertise

  • Applied Bayesian Modeling in Marketing
  • Quantitative Marketing


Ph.D. in Marketing, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

B.Sc. in Statistics, Peking University


Sherry Shi Wang and Ralf Van Der Lans (2018), “Modeling Gift Choice: The Effect of Uncertainty on Price Sensitivity,” Journal of Marketing Research, 4 (August), 524-540.


BUSML 4202 - Marketing Research
Course examines the role of marketing research in the formulation and solution of marketing problems. Emphasis is placed on problem formulation, research design, data collection methods (instruments, sampling, operations) and analysis techniques. Prereq: 3250, AcctMIS 2200, 2300, BusOBA 2320, and 2321; and BusMHR 2291 or 2292.
BUSML 7207 - Pricing Strategy
Focus on microeconomic theory, statistics and psych to shed light on pricing. Explore foundation of sound pricing decisions: costs, customer and competition, and then move on to current pricing strategies, tactics and their application. Prereq: MBA 6250 or 6252 (840). Not open to students with credit for 851.