- Ph.D. M.S., Chinese University of Hong Kong
- B.S., Beijing Jiaotong University
Chu (Ivy) Dang’s research focuses on the economics of information in the domain of quantitative marketing. She studies how consumers search for information, how information influences their choices and the information provision strategies of firms. Her interests also extend to digital and social media marketing.
Ivy joined The University of Hong Kong in 2020, after receiving her Ph.D. in marketing from CUHK Business School. She also holds a M.S. in economics from Chinese University of Hong Kong and a B.S. in applied physics from Beijing Jiaotong University. In her spare time, Ivy enjoys running, hiking and online surfing.
- Social Media Marketing
- Introduction to Marketing
- Quantitative Marketing
- Empirical Industrial Organization
- Economics of Information
- Consumer Search
- Matching Platforms
- Digital and Social Media Marketing
- Hu, Mantian, Chu (Ivy) Dang, and Pradeep K. Chintagunta (2019), “Search and Learning at a Daily Deals Website,” Marketing Science, 38 (4), 609-642.
- Dang, Chu (Ivy) (2017), “Network-Based Targeting: Big Data Application in Mobile Industry,” Big Data Applications in the Telecommunications Industry, IGI Global, 78-107. (Book Chapter)
- “Search Revisits” (with Raluca Ursu and Pradeep Chintagunta)
- “Privacy Preferences in Microloan Applications” (with Tesary Lin, Mandy Hu, and Pradeep Chintagunta)
- “Mr. Right or Mr. Best: Search and Matching in Online Dating” (with Hongchuan Shen and Michael X. Zhang)
- “Picture or Text Superiority? The Impact of Element Size on Communication Effectiveness” (with Canice Kwan and Yang Shi)
- Principal Investigator, Early Career Scheme #27504221 (HK$674,658), Research Grant Council of Hong Kong
- Principal Investigator, Seed Fund for Research (HK$300,000), University of Hong Kong
As coronavirus rages across the globe, online business is still booming, with data and analytics driving this trend. People now marooned at home for the foreseeable future are finding the daily goods they need from online stores, solace in conferencing apps, and entertainment provided by streaming platforms. The world is revolving increasingly online with lockdowns in place, and data is being even further highlighted as an undisputable source of wealth.