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ANZMAC 2013 : Call for papers

ANZMAC2013 Conference Dec 1-4

Submission & Notification Dates:
Competitive Papers / Special Session Proposals / Poster Abstracts Submissions close: June 30th, 2013

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2013 Winner of the Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp Award for Long-Term Impact


2013 Winner of the Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp Award for Long-Term Impact

The European Marketing Academy (EMAC) and the International Journal of Research in Marketing (IJRM) are pleased to announce the 2013 winner of the Steenkamp Award:

Rik Pieters & Luk Warlop (1999). Visual attention during brand choice: The impact of time pressure and task motivation, IJRM Vol 16(1), pages 1-16.


Measures derived from eye-movement data reveal that during brand choice consumers adapt to time pressure by accelerating the visual scanning sequence, by filtering information and by changing their scanning strategy. In addition, consumers with high task motivation filter brand information less and pictorial information more. Consumers under time pressure filter textual ingredient information more, and pictorial information less. The results of a conditional logit analysis reveal that the chosen brand receives significantly more intra-brand and inter-brand saccades and longer fixation durations than non-chosen brands, independent of time pressure and task motivation conditions. Implications for the theory of consumer attention and for pretesting of packaging and shelf lay-outs are discussed.

Previous winners:

2012: John R Rossiter (2002). The COARSE procedure for scale development in marketing. Vol 19(4), pp.305-335.

2011: Alexandru M. Degeratu, Arvind Rangaswamy, Jianan Wu (2000). Competitive Consumer choice behavior in online and traditional supermarkets: The effects of brand name, price, and other search attributes. Vol 17(1), pp. 55-78.

2010: Inge Geyskens, Jan-Benedict E. M. Steenkamp, Lisa K. Scheer, Nirmalya Kumar (1996). The effects of trust and interdependence on relationship commitment: A trans-Atlantic study. Vol 13(4), 303-317.

2009: Peter S. H. Leeflan & Dick R. Wittink (1996). Competitive reaction versus consumer response: Do managers overreact? Vol. 13 (2), 1996, pp. 103-119.

From the Jury:

The committee selected “Visual Attention During Brand Choice: The Impact of Time Pressure and Task Motivation” by Rik Pieters and Luk Warlop as the recipient of the 2013 Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp Award for Long Term Impact, in consideration of: (i) the high quality of the paper, reflected among others by the rigor with which its studies were designed and analyzed, (ii) the significant and early contribution the paper made to the literature that studies attention using process data such as eye tracking, (iii) the number of citations received by the paper, (iv) the number votes received by the paper from the IJRM editorial board members.

The committee congratulates the recipients with this important expression of recognition of their outstanding article.

Jury Members:

Olivier Toubia (Columbia University, USA) (chair), Simona Botti (London Business School, UK), Bas Donkers (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands), and Roland T. Rust (University of Maryland, USA)

Selection Procedure:

A four-member Award Committee, formed by the IJRM editor and the EMAC VP of Publications, managed the nomination and selection procedure. The members of the committee do not themselves have papers that are eligible for the award.

Papers eligible for the Steenkamp Award are those published in IJRM 10 to 15 years prior to the year the award is being presented. For 2013, these are papers from 1998 to 2003. Nominations were first solicited from EMAC members and IJRM Board members. These papers, with their latest ISI and Google Scholar citations, formed the first-round ballot from which IJRM Board members voted for up to 5 papers. The ten (10) papers with the most votes then formed the shortlist for the second-round of voting in which IJRM Board members chose only one (1) paper. The award committee members then ranked the top papers that emerged as leading contenders from this final round of voting in terms of the criteria named above.


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ANZMAC Marketing Job Opportunities.

Round up of the marketing jobs available on Seek.com.au for the week.

Full Time Teaching – Tertiary (Australia)

  • Professor in Marketing, Charles Sturt University, Closes 20 April, 2013

Full Time Teaching – Tertiary (New Zealand),

  • None advertised at this time

Part Time, Contract/Temp and Casual/Vacation Teaching (Australia)

  • None advertised at this time

Part Time, Contract/Temp and Casual/Vacation Teaching (New Zealand)

  • None advertised at this time

What is this? As part of the service to the community, the ANZMAC website will highlight links to the available marketing career opportunities in Australia and New Zealand as posted on Seek.com.au – in addition to the full length posts of job adverts provided to the ANZMAC institutional member universities.

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CFP Journal of Marketing Management/AM Special Issue on Re-visiting contemporary issues in family consumption

Deadline for submissions 1 September 2013

Guest Editors: Dr Ben Kerrane, Manchester Business School, UK; Professor Shona Bettany, University of Westminster, UK; and Professor Margaret K. Hogg, Lancaster University Management School, UK.

The family is often conceptualised as the consumption and socialisation unit (Commuri & Gentry, 2000). The impact of family on consumer behaviour is pervasive, with notions of being a family ‘central to many consumption experiences and replete with challenges in contemporary society’ (Epp & Price, 2008, p. 50). Much of what we know about family consumption relies on studies conducted over several decades ago, within a particular “nuclear” family type, and within a restricted (largely parental or matriarchal) respondent base. The legacy of such studies has informed, and in some cases continues to inform, the practice of family consumer research. Yet contemporary family forms are increasingly diverse, and fluid interpersonal relationships and “non-traditional” family composition are increasingly visible in how contemporary family life is performed. Similarly, and because of such changes, the role played by certain family members (e.g. fathers, fictive kin, grandparents), often ignored or overlooked in studies of family consumption, become much more acute in the practice of everyday, contemporary, familial arrangements.

We revisit the subject of family consumption nearly a decade after the publication of the original Journal of Marketing Management special issue (Vol.22 No. 9/10). Whilst the original special issue also criticised the ‘idealistic and simplistic notions of family by actively considering different roles within the family and by identifying diverse “family” constellations’ (O’Malley & Prothero, 2006, p. 899), the depth and richness of the contemporary family tapestry provides considerable scope to further explore family consumption within twenty-first century familial arrangements. Indeed, there are still aspects of family life that have yet to be explored and represented in existing family consumer research following recent developments in the social sciences (e.g. sociology of the family; family studies). Furthermore, as family practices and composition become more complex, then traditional theoretical and methodological tools deployed by family consumption studies commensurately become inadequate to explain and understand contemporary family life (Epp & Price, 2008; Kerrane, Hogg & Bettany, 2012). As such, this special issue seeks new theoretical and empirical approaches which represent the voices of non-traditional family types and the voices of under-represented family members. Accordingly, the Guest Editors welcome submissions from across the globe which offer insight into issues surrounding the consumption of contemporary families …[Read More at the full Call for Papers]

For the full call for papers and details about how to submit visit the journal CFP webpage at:


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American Marketing Association / Marketing Accountability Standards Board Common Terms Project

The American Marketing Association, in conjunction with the Marketing Accountability Standards Board of the Marketing Accountability Foundation are working to establish one common marketing language.

The objective of the project is to eliminate ambiguity in marketing terminology within organizations and across the marketing industry by establishing common language for marketing activities and metrics. The team is using Wikipedia as a repository for this growing list of marketing terms and metrics.

To become more transparent and accountable, it is ever more important for marketing to add precision to its common language. The growing list of terms with links to the Wikipedia entries can found on the Marketing Accountability Standard Board’s web site, a valuable new resource for practitioners and academics and students of marketing. The AMA’s online dictionary also contains links to the Wikipedia entries.

Establishing common language and definitions of marketing activities and metrics will eliminate ambiguity in marketing terminology and encourage trust and collaboration within and across the marketing industry & business communities. Marketing activities and metrics added or edited by MASB on Wikipedia include:

The common language terms and definitions are located here:


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CFP Governance and CSR Management in Sport

Special issue call for papers from Corporate Governance


The submission deadline for this special issue is 30th April 2014. Publication is expected in Issue 1 of 2015

The objective of this special issue is to publish high quality papers that promote the understanding of the conceptualisation and application of (good) governance and corporate social responsibility in sport organisations. In particular, the focus of this special issue is on theory-driven contributions.

Clearly, the manifestations of the international corporate governance and CSR debates need to be considered by modern sport managers and administrators. The increasing commercialisation of sport, its high media coverage and social resonance create new pressures on the democratic management of sport organisations and its sound governance. Because of the very strong link between sport organisations and their local/national/global stakeholder communities, CSR is obviously a central aspect for any sport organisations.

Further information: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/products/journals/call_for_papers.htm?id=4564

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ANZMAC Conference Proceedings ERA Information 2012

For those of us in the ERA cycle, the following information is provided to assist in the submission of your 2012 ANZMAC papers to your research office for ERA classification

ANZMAC is an E1 conference (with the exclusion of those papers where the authors only submitted an abstract). It has been peer reviewed in a double blind peer review process, and meets the ERA requirements for a refereed conference paper.

  • that the conference paper meets the ERA definition of research (section 3.1);
    • research is defined as the creation of new knowledge and/or the use of existing knowledge in a new and creative way so as to generate new concepts, methodologies and understandings.
  • that the conference paper has been made publicly available by the publication having an ISSN or ISBN;
    • ISBN: 978-0-646-56330-5
  • that the peer review process meets the standard specified in section;
    • an acceptable peer review process is one that involves an assessment or review, before publication, of the research output in its entirety by independent, qualified experts. Independent in this context means independent of the author
    • All ANZMAC papers are subject to double blind peer review, and Track Chair review prior to publication. This exceeds the minimum requirements
  • that the conference paper has been published in full (i.e. not an abstract); and
  • that the conference paper has not been submitted to ERA 2012 in any other citable form (e.g. a journal article).

For confirmation, ERA 2012 Submission Guidelines, have the following requirements Conference Publications—Full Paper Refereed
Institutions are required to submit information on all eligible peer reviewed conference publications for each year of the research outputs reference period.
Eligibility Criteria for all Conference Publications
A conference publication must be submitted provided that it meets the following criteria (in addition to the criteria outlined in 5.4.1):

  • (a) be published in full. The publication may appear in a number of different formats, e.g. a volume of proceedings, a special edition of a journal, a normal issue of a journal, a book or a monograph, CD- or DVD-ROM or conference or organisational website;
    • Proceedings were available on CD, and through the ANZMAC organisational website;
  • (b) be peer reviewed. For ERA purposes, an acceptable peer review process is one that involves an assessment or review, before publication, of the research output in its entirety by independent, qualified experts. Independent in this context means independent of the author.
    • As noted above, and in the Call for Papers, ANZMAC is peer reviewed conference.
  • (c) be presented at a conference, workshop or seminar of national or international significance.
    • Evidence of the national and/or international participation in the conference needs to be illustrated.  In 2012, ANZMAC attracted delegates from all Australian States, New Zealand, England, Indonesia, Europe and America.

To assist delegates in providing sufficient information to their research offices to meet the HERDC reporting requirements, ANZMAC has provided the following information (which will be repeated on the Conference Proceedings Page when that is live) Summary of Data Requirements for Conference Publications—Full Paper Refereed
The following table summarises the information that institutions are required to submit for each conference publication

  • Title 1 of 1 – Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2012
  • Subtitle: Proceedings
  • ISBN: 978-0-646-56330-5
  • Format: CD-ROM, website 
  • Publication Date: 12/2012
  • Recommended Retail Price: $0.00
  • Number Of Pages: 4000
  • Height By Width: 297 x 210
  • Illustrations Included: Black and White
  • Contributor: Ian Phau
  • Contributor Role: Editor
  • Subject: Business and Economics

Based on the ANU HERDC data collection profile, the following information is also provided

  • Year*: 2012
  • Conference name*: Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference
  • Location: Adelaide Hilton, Adelaide, South Australia
  • Date of conference: 3-5 December
  • Title of conference publication: Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2012
  • Editor: Richard Lee
  • Publisher* Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, Edith Cowan University
  • Place of publication: Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science
  • ISBN: 978-0-646-56330-5
  • URL: http://anzmac.org/conference/2011/
  • Edition: 1
  • Number of pages: 4000
  • ERA Conference ID: 42520

After the jump, there’s a selection of addition information regarding the FOR, RFCD and SEO reporting requirements.

FOR, RFCD, SEO and ANZSIC Codes (Australian Government)

  • FOR Classifications and definitions by Division, 2008

Marketing is traditionally identified as FoR 1505, within one of 8 fields with three notable exclusions:

  • 150501 Consumer-Oriented Product or Service Development
  • 150502 Marketing Communications
  • 150503 Marketing Management (incl. Strategy and Customer Relations)
  • 150504 Marketing Measurement
  • 150505 Marketing Research Methodology
  • 150506 Marketing Theory
  • 150507 Pricing (incl. Consumer Value Estimation)
  • 150599 Marketing not elsewhere classified

a) Tourism marketing is included in Group 1506 Tourism.
b) Social impacts of marketing are included in Group 2001 Communication and Media Studies.
c) Cultural impacts of marketing are included in Group 2002 Cultural Studies.

Papers in Track 21. Tourism, Sports, Events and Recreation Marketing may wish to consider FoR 1506 Tourism

  • RFCD Classifications and definitions by Division, 1998

Marketing is located within the Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines under the following structures

    • 350200 Business and Management
      • 350201 Human Resources Management
      • 350202 Business Information Systems (incl. Data Processing)
      • 350203 Industrial Relations
      • 350204 Marketing and Market Research
      • 350205 Sales and Distribution
      • 350206 Advertising and Public Relations
      • 350207 Office Services
      • 350208 Organisational Planning and Management
      • 350209 Small Business Management
      • 350210 Quality Management
      • 350211 Innovation and Technology Management
      • 350212 International Business
      • 350213 Electronic Commerce
      • 350299 Business and Management not elsewhere classified
    • 350500 Tourism
      • 350501 Tourism Policy and Planning
      • 350502 Tourism Resource Appraisal
      • 350503 Impacts of Tourism
      • 350504 Tourist Behaviour
      • 350505 Tourism Economics
      • 350506 Tourism Forecasting
      • 350507 Tourism Management
      • 350508 Tourism Marketing
      • 350599 Tourism not elsewhere classified
  • Socio-Economic Objective (SEO) classification, 2008

Marketing is nested within Division 91 Economic Framework in Group 9104 Management and Productivity.

According to the ABS, this group has seven objectives:

  • 910401 Industrial Relations
  • 910402 Management
  • 910403 Marketing
  • 910404 Productivity (excl. Public Sector)
  • 910405 Public Sector Productivity
  • 910406 Technological and Organisational Innovation
  • 910499 Management and Productivity not elsewhere classified

a) The provision of market research, administration, business support and professional services are included in Division 90 Commercial Services and Tourism.
b) Occupational health is included in Group 9205 Specific Population Health (excl. Indigenous Health).
c) Employment, work and workplace safety issues are included in Group 9405 Work and Institutional Development.

  • Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006

Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification. Not entirely sure you’ll ever needed, but provided for completeness.

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CFP Journal of Customer Behaviour Special Issue for Early Career Researchers

Deadline for submissions 1 May 2013

Guest Editor: Professor Stan Paliwoda, Associate Editor, Journal of Customer Behaviour, UK

The Journal of Customer Behaviour is a double blind, peer reviewed journal that is designed to bridge consumer behaviour and organisational buyer behaviour. It is concerned equally with individual, household and organisational buyer behaviour and is particularly interested in theories, concepts and insights from core social sciences as well as disciplinary subjects.

This Special Issue is devoted to Early Career Researchers, meaning those who are fairly new to academia and perhaps have only recently completed their own PhD. We are seeking previously unpublished manuscripts that are not under consideration with any other journal and which fall within the general area of customer behaviour and reflect excellence in terms of their methodology, rigour in their analysis and newness in terms of the interpretation of their findings. The Special Issue seeks to identify conceptual and empirical advances being made in the field by Early Career Researchers, and we welcome both conceptual and empirical articles (including robust case studies) …[Read More at the full Call for Papers]

For the full call for papers and details about how to submit visit the journal CFP webpage at:


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2013 KSMS Doctoral Dissertation Competition

2013 KSMS Doctoral Dissertation Competition

2013 KSMS Master Thesis Competition

Deadline for Submission: April 12, 2013

Chair of 2013 KSMS Doctoral Dissertation and Master Thesis Competition Award Committee:

- Professor Byeong-Joon Moon (Kyung Hee University)

Korean Scholars of Marketing Science is pleased to announce our annual dissertation and thesis competition, designed to acknowledge excellent doctoral dissertations and master theses on important marketing subjects. Submission must be received by April 12, 2013 via e-mail. KSMS will grant Premier Award and Excellent Awards. Each winner will receive an award package.

The submitted dissertation and thesis must have been completed and approved by his/her dissertation or thesis committee in 2012 and 2013.

‘KSMS Doctoral Dissertation and Master Thesis Competition’ is proud of our 15 years award history. Only a few qualified candidates have won this competition. The competition is open to persons with completed doctoral dissertations and master theses in the fields of marketing and related topics worldwide. Participation in other grant or award programs does not preclude consideration for this award. Candidates are required to attend and make presentations in the competition which will be held in the 2013 KSMS Spring International Conference at Hanyang University, ERICA Campus in Kyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea on May 25, 2013. Winner(s) will be announced in the reception of the 2013 KSMS Spring International Conference

Submission Guidelines:

  1. Detailed contact information for you and your dissertation or thesis advisor/chair
  2. WORD or PDF format of your doctoral dissertation or master thesis without any identifying information (names, schools, etc.).
  3. Extended abstract: maximum 5 double-spaced pages including a brief statement of the research problem(s), relevant theory, hypotheses, methodology, analysis, and managerial relevance.

The 2013 KSMS Doctoral Dissertation & Master Thesis Competition Committee will judge submissions by their solidness of the conceptual development, rigor and appropriateness of methodology, potential contribution to academia and business, and creativity.

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CFP Journal of Marketing Management Special Issue on New Advances in Attitude and Behavioural Decision-Making Models

Deadline for submissions 1 May 2013

Guest Editors: Dr Nina Michaelidou, Loughborough University, UK and Dr Louise Hassan, Lancaster University, UK.

The contributions of Martin Fishbein and Icek Ajzen remain prominent in the domain of consumer research. These authors are credited with the development of the Expectancy-Value Theory, the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) and the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), (Ajzen, 1991; Fishbein & Ajzen, 1975). These theories are considered as cornerstones in explaining and predicting intentions and behaviour.  The TRA/TBP have been utilised by many researchers in various domains and contexts including marketing and consumer behaviour, business ethics, social psychology, sports and health sciences and information systems (e.g., Norman, 2011; Xiao, Tang, Serido & Shim, 2011; Colins & Mullan, 2011; Yoon, 2011; Pelling & White, 2009; Rise, Sheeran & Hukkelberg, 2010; Pavlou & Fygenson, 2006). In view of the significance of these theories in the domain of marketing and consumer behaviour, the SI editors welcome theoretical and empirical papers on modelling consumers’ decision making which extend and advance these theories …[Read More at the full Call for Papers]

For the full call for papers and details about how to submit visit the journal CFP webpage at:


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