Przemyslaw Jeziorski (Przemek) is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He also holds Egon & Joan Von Kaschnitz Distinguished Professorship Chair in Business Administration. With over 15 years of experience in research and teaching, he has earned a reputation as a leading expert in quantitative marketing, industrial organization, and applied microeconomics.
Jeziorski published in several top-tier academic journals, including the Marketing Science, Management Science and RAND Journal of Economics. He has also been awarded numerous grants and fellowships from organizations such as Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He is an Associate Editor of Management Science, and Quantitative Marketing and Economics. He also sits on the editorial board of Marketing Science.
As a teacher, Jeziorski mentored over 1,500 MBA and PhD students with a focus on equipping them with the analytical tools necessary for success in the modern business world. His teaching interests include Marketing Analytics, A.I., and Digital Marketing.
In addition to his academic work, Jeziorski is a co-founder of Keybee, a UC Berkeley Skydeck start-up that provides a data-driven solution to managing thousands of short-term rentals. He has also provided expert testimony in a number of litigation cases, including a landmark San Francisco opioid trial. Moreover, he consulted on large fintech, entrepreneurship and marketing projects with companies such as Microsoft, Mastercard, Unilever, MIC Tanzania, KCB Bank Kenya, Banco de Desarrollo Productivo, and Fino Payments Bank.
He holds a PhD in Economics from Stanford Graduate School of Business, MS Mathematics and MA Economics from the University of University of Arizona. He also holds a BA in Economics from Warsaw School of Economics.
Selection of my recent working papers.
Find out why dynamic pricing benefits consumers and firms if market is sufficiently competetive.
SMS chat bot can train entreprenours as effectively as an in-person class. Learn about the latest experiment manipulating SMS training access to 13,000 shopkeepers in Kenya.
Expanding mammography leads to overdiagnosis for populations with greater than 50% coverage; however, it is still beneficial at low and moderate coverage. Learn about new evidence obtained using medical records of every woman in Singapore.
New evidence of adverse selection and moral hazard in car insurance using years of invidual claims data. Learn how contract menus and dynamic contracts help to increase market efficiency.
Preferences are commonly regarded as a fixed basis for constructing economic models. Yet, our large scale field experiment randomizing access to credit demonstrates how life experiences shape risk preferences.
Level of ownership and decision rights inluence incentives to invest in human capital. Learn why randomly allocated business training is only effective for women that have ownership and decision rights.
Complete list of peer-reviewed articles.
Jeziorski, P. (2023). Empirical model of dynamic merger enforcement—choosing ownership caps in US radio. Management Science.
Jeziorski, P., Krasnokutskaya, E., & Ceccarini, O. (2019). Skimming from the bottom: Empirical evidence of adverse selection when poaching customers. Marketing Science, 38(4), 543-566.
Jeziorski, P., & Moorthy, S. (2018). Advertiser prominence effects in search advertising. Management science, 64(3), 1365-1383.
Economides, N., & Jeziorski, P. (2017). Mobile money in Tanzania. Marketing Science, 36(6), 815-837.
Jeziorski, P., & Krasnokutskaya, E. (2016). Dynamic auction environment with subcontracting. The RAND Journal of Economics, 47(4), 751-791.
Benkard, C. L., Jeziorski, P., & Weintraub, G. Y. (2015). Oblivious equilibrium for concentrated industries. The RAND Journal of Economics, 46(4), 671-708.
Jeziorski, P., & Segal, I. (2015). What makes them click: Empirical analysis of consumer demand for search advertising. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 7(3), 24-53.
Jeziorski, P. (2014). Estimation of cost efficiencies from mergers: Application to US radio. The RAND Journal of Economics, 45(4), 816-846.
Jeziorski, P. (2014). Effects of mergers in two-sided markets: The US radio industry. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 6(4), 35-73.
Berry, S., Khwaja, A., Kumar, V., Musalem, A., Wilbur, K. C., Allenby, G., ... & Mele, A. (2014). Structural models of complementary choices. Marketing Letters, 25, 245-256.