Education

2018 Ph.D. Marketing (cum laude), INSEAD Europe Campus
2012 Ms.C. in Managerial and Financial Economics, HEC Paris, France
2009 B.A. History of Arts, Sorbonne University, France
2008 B.A. Management, HEC Paris, France

Publications

Working Papers and Research Projects

  • André, Quentin, Nicholas Reinholtz, and John G. Lynch Jr., “Restricted-use funds and budgeting decisions” (preparing first round of revisions for the Journal of Consumer Research)
  • André, Quentin, Nicholas Reinholtz, and Bart de Langhe, “Variance spillover in intuitive statistical judgments” (manuscript in preparation for the Journal of Consumer Research)
  • André, Quentin, Ziv Carmon, and Klaus Wertenbroch, “The value of meaning: How job satisfaction affects consumers’ perception and use of their earnings”
  • Kable, Joseph W., Quentin André and Hilke Plassmann, “Multi-attribute choices in a sensory-rich environment: Evidence from eye-tracking data”

Conferences and Invited Presentations

  • Boulder Summer Conference on Consumer Financial Decision Making, Boulder, Colorado, USA, May 2018
    • "Restricted-use funds and budgeting decisions" (Invited Presentation)
  • Rotterdam School of Management, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, February 2018
    • "Restricted-use funds and budgeting decisions" (Invited Presentation)
  • ESADE, Barcelona, Spain, February 2018
    • "Restricted-use funds and budgeting decisions" (Invited Presentation)
  • Society for Judgement and Decision-Making Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, November 2017
    • “Can food stamps reduce food consumption? The unintended consequences of restricted-use funds on budgeting decisions” (Paper)
    • “Variance spillover in intuitive statistical judgments” (Paper)
  • Association for Consumer Research Conference, San Diego, California, USA, October 2017
    • “Can food stamps reduce food consumption? The unintended consequences of restricted-use funds on budgeting decisions” (Session Chair)
    • “Variance spillover in intuitive statistical judgments” (Session Chair)
  • Symposium on Meaning and Alienation in Consumption, Munich, Germany, January 2017
    • “The value of meaning: How job satisfaction affects consumers’ perception and use of their earnings” (Invited Presentation)
  • Association for Consumer Research Conference, Berlin, Germany, October 2016
    • “The value of Meaning: How job satisfaction affects consumers’ perception and use of their earnings” (Session Chair)
    • “Removing this (or not), adding that (or not): A taxonomy of 'healthy' food claims” (Session Paper)
  • Choice Symposium, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, May 2016
    • “When to choose” (Discussant)
  • European Marketing Academy Conference, Oslo, Norway, May 2016
    • “The value of meaning: How job satisfaction affects consumers’ perception and use of their earnings” (Invited Presentation)
  • Society for Consumer Psychology Conference, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA, February 2016
    • “Removing this (or not), adding that (or not): A taxonomy of 'healthy' food claims” (Session Paper)
  • Open Course Initiative at INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France, March 2015
    • “Happiness in a consumerist world: What marketing research can teach us about well-being” (Invited Presentation)
  • Transformative Consumer Research Conference (ACR), Lille, France, May 2013
    • “Low-income consumers” (Discussant)

Software

  • distBuilder: A Javascript library to add distribution builders to online and offline experiments
  • PyProcessMacro: A Python rewrite of Andrew F. Hayes' "Process Macro" to estimate moderation, mediation, and conditional processes

Honors and Grants

  • Fellow, AMA - Sheth Doctoral Consortium (2016)
  • Visiting scholar at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado (2016)
  • Winner of the ADL Partner Ph.D. Award (2013-2017)
  • Full tuition scholarship at INSEAD (2013-2018)