The Academy aims to provide an organisation for educators and practitioners interested in marketing theory and research.  More specifically, the Academy has the purpose to:

  • Provide an Australia/New Zealand network in the field of research in marketing;

  • Provide a forum for research presentations and evaluations;

  • Provide publication outlets for high quality research;

  • Support young researchers in the marketing field;

  • Foster a broad variety of methodological approaches and research issues in marketing, and encourage cross-fertilisation between approaches;

  • Develop an agenda of research topics;

  • Recognise contributions to the marketing discipline;

  • To carry out any activity which the Academy considers to promote any or all the purposes as set out above.

Upcoming events

Job vacancies

Seeking a new challenge for 2018? See what's available on our job opportunities page.

Special Interest Groups

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS will be launched at ANZMAC Conference in 2017.  

This year first FIVE SIGs will commence their activities on 3rd of December in Melbourne!

Please join any SIG of your interest to meet, create and collaborate with your colleagues.


Australasian Marketing Journal

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Australasian Marketing Journal

APD x ANZMAC Research Innovation Competition

Call for Proposals

The APD x ANZMAC Innovative Research Competition is running its inaugural competition and calling for proposals on innovative marketing research ideas focusing with academic and industry value. 

The finalists will be shortlisted for a 10 minute presentation at the ANZMAC conference 2017 in Melbourne. The awards will be presented at the APD x ANZMAC Innovative Research Awards at the ANZMAC 2017 conference. 


Do marketers have an image problem?

When you think of the marketing profession, what comes to mind?

After analysing thousands of references to marketers and marketing in three British newspapers, Dr Robert Cluley, Assistant Professor in Marketing at the University of Nottingham, found that the reputation of marketers and marketing is actually in pretty bad shape.

Journal of communication Management

The latest issue of Journal of Communication Management has just published online.

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Volume 21, issue 4

Opportunity for co-editor of Journal of Services Marketing

Professor Steve Baron is stepping down from the co-editorship of Journal of Services Marketing at the end of March 2018. 

If you are interested in being the co-editor of the journal, and you have a senior academic role, please send a proposal to the Emerald publisher Richard Whitfield indicating how you would help take the journal forward.

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