Julia Levine

PhD student, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Julia Levine is a PhD student at Anderson School of Management. Her research interests lie at the intersection of marketing and public policy. She studies how peoples past choices impact their current choices, both in the case of brand loyalty and category-level consumption. She examines these dynamics in policy-relevant contexts, including demand for addictive goods and nutritional inequality. 

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