Connecting Chicago Booth's marketing faculty, students, alumni, and corporate partners in their
shared belief in the
Chicago Approach
to marketing

Founded in 1999, the James M. Kilts Center for Marketing advances marketing at Chicago Booth by facilitating faculty research, supporting innovations in the marketing curriculum, funding scholarships for MBA and PhD students, and creating engaging programs aimed at enhancing the careers of students and alumni.

The Kilts Center strives to:

  • Enhance the research environment and facilitate thought leadership among Booth’s marketing faculty
  • Attract and graduate the very best MBA talent who will go on to pursue successful marketing and general management careers

About the Kilts Center

Marketing Databases

Booth Marketing Data Center

The James M. Kilts Center for Marketing has exclusive access to the most comprehensive database on marketing, retail scanner, and consumer panel data. Find out more about the Data Center »


How do smart phones affect loyalty programs? Professor Oleg Urminsky explains in an interview with the New York Times >>


Economist article sheds lights on recent papers presented at this year's meeting of the American Economic Association, including e-commerce reseach by Professor Chris Nosko.  View the full story >>


Patrick Doyle, '88, CEO and President of Domino's, shares insights on the company's new ordering program that works on all major digital platforms in an exclusive interview with CNBC >>


Faculty Blog

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