1. Bayesian Statistics and Marketing. Abstract. Bayesian methods have become widespread in the marketing literature. We review the essence of the Bayesian. The past decade has seen a dramatic increase in the use of Bayesianmethods in marketing due, in part, to computational and modellingbreakthroughs, making. Bayesian Statistics and Marketing by P. E. Rossi, G. M. Allenby and R. McCulloch . Paul Hewson. Book Reviews There are several typographic and factual.
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Bayesian Statistics and Marketing describes the basic advantages of the Bayesian approach, detailing the nature of the computational revolution. Bayesian Statistics and Marketing by Peter E. Rossi, G. Provides a self-contained introduction to Bayesian methods. An Introduction to Statistical Learning: Show details. Email or Customer ID.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Hardcover Verified Purchase. If you want to teach yourself bayesian econometrics, this is a great resource.
I had learned bayesian inference mostly from a statistical point of view and had issues in translating it to econometric reasoning -modeling choice behavior and the like. Rossi's book is very compact and comes with its own package that is regularly updated.
Unlike most econometrics texts, this one is not excessively technical and goes light on the algebra -keep in mind, though, that it is an advanced undergrad or graduate book. Very useful for phd students in marketing.
I was learning Bayesian statistics when a professor recommended this book to me, it is not very thick but all the stuff inside are handson and useful would recommend to everybody.
Though difficulty for me, a outsider, I learn a lot of how to conduct bayesian analysis and what are important for this now famous approach. I will disagree with Eric on this book being a must-have for any "applied quantitative" statistics or marketing Ph. The five case studies are all examples of marketing research, but are relevant to a much broader audience - consider, for example, "scale usage heterogeneity", affecting analysis of rating-scale responses.
The case-study chapters are the book's forte, but it also offers a proper and rigorous introduction to Bayesian modeling, including the expected topics such as simulation MCMC, Gibbs sampler, etc. The authors discuss doing Bayesian computation with R package bayesm, but regrettably relegate R material to appendices instead of integrating it into the main narrative and making implementation transparent and reproducible.
In the "if you like this, you may like that" vein, a similar but more general book is "Bayesian statistical methods" by Congdon. Also published by Wiley, and with a nearly identical cover. Rossi, McCulloch, and Allenby is a must read for any applied quantitative doctoral student in Marketing or Statistics. It provides real applications, how to fit Bayesian models, and the challenges and choices that the researcher faces. In summary, it is a book that highlights and legitimizes the field of Bayesian Marketing as its own and important discipline.
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