If a peer-reviewed article is published and not open-access, the working paper link
below is NOT the same as the final article (i.e., new theorizing, additional analysis,
or new studies may appear in the published article version).
Kang, C, Packard, G., and Wooten, D. B.
"Are Atypical Things More Popular?"
Berger, J. and Packard, G. (2018)
“(I’m) Happy to Help (You): Self- and Customer-Referencing in Firm Agent Language”
Packard, G., Moore, S. G., and McFerran, B. (2018)
"Everywhere and at All Times: Mobility, Consumer Decision Making, and Choice"
Laurie, N., Berger, J., Chen, Z., Li, B., Liu, B., Mason, C., Muir, D., Packard, G., Pancras, J., Schlosser, A., Sun, B., Venkatesan, R. (2018)
“How Language Shapes Word of Mouth’s Impact,”
Packard, G. and Berger, J. (2017)
“When Boastful Word of Mouth Helps Versus Hurts Social Perceptions and Persuasion”
Packard, G., Gershoff, A. and Wooten, D. B. (2016)
“The Role of Network Embeddedness in Film Success”
Packard, G., Aribarg, A., Eliashberg, J. and Foutz, N. Z. (2016)
“Social Dollars: The Economic Impact of Consumer Participation in a Firm-Sponsored Online Customer Community"
Manchanda, P., Packard, G., and Pattabhiramaiah, A. (2015)
“Investigating Variation in Replicability: A “Many Labs” Replication Project"
Klein, R. A. et al. [Packard, G. one of 47 secondary co-authors] (2014)
“Compensatory Knowledge Signaling in Consumer Word-of-Mouth"
Packard, G. and Wooten, D. B. (2013)