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Ravi Agarwal

Ph.D. Candidate in Marketing
ON THE MARKET
Marketing
HLH 345
P.O. Box 880492
Lincoln, NE 68588-0492
(402) 472-2316
ragarwal@huskers.unl.edu
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Education
MBA, Business Analytics (specialization), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, May 2018

Bachelor of Engineering, Computer Science, Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus, Lalitpur, Nepal, December 2014

Research Interests
  • Business to Business Marketing
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Franchising
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Fall 2022 Office Hours

Mondays and Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m., HLH 345C | Virtually https://go.unl.edu/mkt350officehours | and by appointment | Working remotely other days of the week

Biography
Ravi Agarwal holds a bachelors degree in computer engineering from Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus, Nepal. He joined the college in August 2016 for his MBA program specializing in Business Analytics. He graduated in May 2018 and joined the Marketing Ph.D. program the same year at UNL. His research interests are in Business to Business Marketing, Marketing Strategy, and Franchising. His teaching interests include contemporary marketing, global marketing, marketing channels, and marketing research.
Research Interests

Business to Business Marketing

Marketing Strategy

Franchising

 

Undergraduate Courses

Marketing Analytics (MRKT 350) - Introduction to analytical methods of marketing analysis for marketing decisions using data-based cases, including choice models, mapping methods, clustering and mixture regression models, conjoint analysis, sales response models, and data visualization. Applications are in the areas of customer value assessment, segmentation, targeting, brand positioning, new product development, and resource allocation.

International Marketing (MRKT453) - Marketing problems of international business. Export marketing and domestic marketing of USA products abroad. Influence of international institutions, culture, stage of development, and geography; problems in terminology, product policy, promotion, distribution, research, pricing, and starting marketing operations.

Teaching Interests

Contemporary Marketing

Global Marketing

Marketing Channels

Marketing Research