Meet the Editors
Meet the Editors of IJRM, JCR, JM, JMR and MS at the 2nd ESCP Europe Young Marketing Faculty Publication Workshop, Paris, 7-11 Jan 2013; Deadline 31 Aug
Meet the Editors of IJRM, JCR, JM, JMR and MS:
2nd ESCP Europe Young Marketing Faculty Publication Workshop
Paris, 7-11 Jan 2013; Deadline 31 Aug
With financial support of the Marketing Science Institute (MSI)
The objective of “Meet the Editors of IJRM, JCR, JM, JMR and MS” is to support young marketing faculty members in their effort to publish their research in the most prestigious outlets within the marketing discipline. Over a period of one week the editors of five leading marketing journals (International Journal of Research in Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science) will work together with a small group of young marketing faculty members in an interactive way to provide hands-on advice on the research and publication process. Participation is limited to small number of young scholars to ensure a high level of interactivity between the participants and editors and among participants. Topics of discussion include how to craft and publish consumer behavior research; how to approach and report statistical findings; how to pick your research topic and team; how to identify and communicate contributions; and how to define constructs and respond to reviewer comments.
The workshop is targeted towards full-time, tenure-track marketing faculty members (Assistant Professor level) who have either recently been hired by an academic institution or are working in such an institution for less than three years. Preference will be given to faculty members who have obtained their PhD in Europe and/ or are working in a business school or university in Europe. Participants are expected to participate during the full duration of the workshop.
Applications should be sent by e-Mail to the program coordinator (Michael Haenlein, firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 31st 2012 at the latest. Applications should include a short (one-page) CV, a brief statement (300 words) on the reasons for wanting to attend the seminar and a copy of a recent research paper (either published or work-in-progress) authored or coauthored by the applicant. Selection will be based on academic achievement and participants will be notified by September 30th 2012.
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