Gobal Conferences & Call for Papers
World Conference on Business & Management
Due to many requests, abstract submission deadline has been extended to May 31, 2018.
CFP: Consumer Culture Theory Conference 2018
28 June 28 – 1 July, 2018
CCTC2018 will be hosted by the University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark. The theme of the conference is Consumer Culture Fairytales and is meant to encourage a broad variety of submissions addressing consumption and market-related topics from diverse methodological angles. CCTC2018 welcomes scholars from varied disciplines to share their research.
or download the full CFP on the conference website: www.sdu.dk/cct2018
27 July 2018
Theme: Marketing and Management in Global World
The Global Alliance of Marketing & Management Associations (GAMMA) will organize
'2018 GAMMA Doctoral Colloquium' for doctoral students in marketing and management.
The colloquium will be held at Hotel New Otani Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan on July 27, 2018,
in the 2018 Global Marketing Conference at Tokyo.
Journal of Advertising Virtual Special Issue on IMC
Premonitions and Déjà Vu
The Journal of Advertising is pleased to announce the Virtual Special Issue on Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) - "Premonitions and Déjà Vu." Our Guest Editor, Professor Gayle Kerr of the Queensland University of Technology, has reviewed all issues published between 2005 - present in the Journal of Advertising and selected 12 articles for future research in IMC, including a few which highlight the key contributions of Australian academics.
For more information and free download from this Virtual Special Issue, please click this link:
Call for papers: JGSMS
The Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science: Bridging Asia and the World (JGSMS) invites authors to submit manuscripts for a Special Issue on “Consumer Behavior in Hospitality and Tourism”.
JGSMS Homepage: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rgam20/current
Submission deadline: 30 September 2018
The Journal of Historical Research in Marketing invites submissions for a special issue focused on ‘The World of Advertising: International Perspectives on Advertising History.’ Marketing history research often integrates topics related to advertising, advertisements and ad agencies. However, the majority of the English language scholarship focuses on the U.S. or U.K. This special issues provide researchers an opportunity to present historical research on all areas of advertising with a specific focus on countries and regions around the globe.
For this special issue of JHRM, the co-editors are open to historical and historiographic topics in a variety of areas addressing advertising histories from countries around the world. Specific topics might include but are not limited to historical perspectives on:
Although submissions dealing with countries around the world are solicited, those dealing with countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa are particularly encouraged.
The submission deadline for this special issue is September 30, 2018 with an expected publication date of August 2019. If you are unsure of the suitability of your topic or have questions regarding a submission, please contact the special issue guest editors Blaine Branchik, Associate Professor of Marketing, Nova Southeastern University firstname.lastname@example.org; or Richard Hawkins, Senior Lecturer in History, University of Wolverhampton email@example.com.
How to submit to the Journal of Historical Research in Marketing
Submissions for this special issue of JHRM should be made using ScholarOne Manuscripts, the online submission and peer review system. Registration and access is available on the journal's ScholarOne site: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jhrm. Full information and guidance on using ScholarOne Manuscripts is available at the Emerald ScholarOne Manuscripts Support Centre: http://msc.emeraldinsight.com/.
E-tailing: The Current Landscape and Future Developments
Special issue call for papers from Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics.
Submission deadline: 30 October 2018
In this digital age, it is clear that the Internet has a significant influence on customers' shopping process and behavior (Thaichon, 2017). The increasing interest in online shopping has prompted many companies to move into cyberspace (Elms et al., 2016). The Internet allows retailers to grow and delivers a unique opportunity to expand their business.