Ph.D. in Marketing, University of Connecticut, 2020 (expected)
M.S. in Applied Economics, University of Connecticut, 2014
M.S. in Finance, Shandong University, 2012
B.S. in Applied Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, 2006
Areas of Expertise
Online Marketplace and Social Media
Lu Huang is a Ph.D. candidate in Marketing at the University of Connecticut. He completed an M.S. in Applied Economics, University of Connecticut, and an M.S. in Finance, Shandong University. Lu’s primary research interests are in the areas of marketing analytics, social media, customer relationship management, structural modeling, and machine learning. He adopts quantitative methods to analyze the efficacy of marketing practices, such as social media marketing and business relationship management, and their managerial and policy implications. Lu has published two papers (Journal of Public Policy and Marketing and International Journal of Industrial Organization) and targets his current working papers and projects at premier journals including the Journal of Marketing, Marketing Science, and QME.
Introduction to Marketing Management (Undergraduate, Spring 2017, Spring 2019)
Average Teaching Evaluation: 4.65/5
- Zheng, Hualu, Lu Huang, and William T. Ross (2019), “Reducing Obesity by Taxing Soft Drinks: Tax Salience and Firms’ Strategic Responses,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, forthcoming.
- Huang, Lu and Yizao Liu (2017), “Health Information and Consumer Learning in the Bottled Water Market,” International Journal of Industrial Organization, 55, 1-24. Download Now