Visiting Assistant Professor
- Industrial Organization
- Distribution Channels
Sherif Nasser’s research focuses on applying game theory to marketing problems, particularly those related to distribution channels and pricing. He joined Cornell University in 2015 and teaches at both the Johnson and the Dyson Schools. At Johnson, he taught Marketing Management, Marketing Research to MBA students. Currently he teaches Product and Brand Strategies to EMBA students. At Dyson, he teaches Marketing Management, and Innovation and New Product Management. Prior to joining Cornell, Nasser taught at Washington University in St Louis.
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- AEM 4080 - Innovation And New Product Management
- AEM 2400 - Marketing
- AEM 2420 - Marketing for Dyson Majors
- NBAW 6340 - Product and Brand Stratagies
- NBAE 6340 - Product and Brand Strategies
- NBA 6240 - Strategic Product and Marketing Immersion
- AEM 4980 - Supervised Teaching Experience
- PhD Stern School of Business, New York University, 2008
- PhM Stern School of Business, New York University, 2006
- MBA Baruch College, City University of New York, 2001
- BS Cairo University, 1994