Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2009, Melbourne, 28-29 Nov 2009; Deadline 26 Jun
Call for Papers
The Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC) 2009 Conference Committee invites submission of competitive papers and posters for the 2009 Conference. The conference theme addresses a critical issue facing educators and the wider community: ‘Sustainable Management and Marketing’.
The conference will be held at the Crown Promenade Hotel in the vibrant Melbourne Southbank precinct commencing on Monday 30 November 2009. The conference will be preceded by a doctoral colloquium (Saturday 28 – Sunday 29 November 2009).
An added benefit this year is that delegates travelling to Melbourne can attend 2 conferences back to back. This year’s ANZMAC conference will be followed by the ANZAM (Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management) conference. The collaboration of these primary professional bodies for marketing and management educators, researchers, students and practitioners in Australia and New Zealand will see two similarly themed conferences run with 1 common overlapping day. Separate papers may be submitted to either conference (not the same paper to both), and a fee structure has been established to accommodate those wishing to attend some or all of both conferences.
Joint Keynote speaker will be Professor Tim Flannery, internationally acclaimed writer, scientist, explorer and 2007 Australian of the Year. A joint reception will be held at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) International.
Details regarding conference dates, accommodation and fees are available on our conference website www.anzmac2009.org.
Paper submissions are due by no later than Friday 26 June 2009 (5-pages).
ANZMAC 2009 offers well established tracks as well as a number of new tracks (see website) for paper submission. Competitive papers must be submitted for review in one (1) track only.
All competitive papers will be subjected to a double-blind peer review process and all papers and poster abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in the Conference Proceedings. These proceedings will be provided to all conference delegates, and will have an ISBN.
A regular feature of ANZMAC Conferences is the doctoral colloquium – this year is no different. Your hosts Professor Harmen Oppewal and Dr Yelena Tsarenko have arranged a program to suit students at the very beginning of their studies and for those near completion.
For further information regarding the conference and/or doctoral colloquium please, visit our website at www.anzmac2009.org.
For information regarding paper submission contact the Review Chair at email@example.com.
We look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne and ANZMAC 2009.
Professor Mike Ewing Conference Co-Chair
Professor Felix Mavondo