PLS-SEM Workshop at Association of Marketing Theory & Practice, Sandestin, FL, 23-26 Mar 2022; Deadline 15 Dec
POSTING TYPE: Revisits
Author: Tulay Girard
Extended submission deadline: December 15, 2021
Within 10 days of the acceptance letter or anytime until February 20, 2022 if you are only attending.
Initial submissions and Registration: www.amtp.org
Formatted Submission for the Proceedings:
A link will be emailed to the accepted authors in January with instructions for submitting formatted papers or extended abstracts to the proceedings site.
Dates: March 24 and 25, 2022 (afternoon)
Presenter: Dr. Joe Hair, University of South Alabama
Co-presenters: Dr. Dana Harrison, East Tennessee State University and Dr. Haya Ajjan, Elon University
Fee: $50 includes the two-half day workshops and the new 3rd edition of A Primer on Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM), 363 pages,Sage College Publishing.
PLS-SEM (partial least squares structural equation modeling) is an emerging approach to structural equation modeling that is increasingly being applied as an alternative to AMOS and LISREL. In the workshop we will introduce you to this analytical method and the simple to apply software to execute your analysis.
Major topics include:
- Overview of PLS-SEM – when and why the method should be used instead of traditional covariance-based SEM methods.
- The SmartPLS software and how to analyze measurement and structural models.
- Confirmatory Composite Analysis (CCA) – the alternative approach to confirming measurement models when using PLS-SEM.
- Mediation using PLS-SEM is superior to the PROCESS approach.
- How to examine and assess moderation in structural equation models.
- How to apply Higher Order Models (HOCs) to reduce multicollinearity and improve understanding of model relationships.
- The value of in-sample prediction (R2) compared to out-of-sample prediction using hold-out samples.
We hope you will join us in March in Sandestin, FL and take advantage of the greatest PLS-SEM workshop opportunity! Please email me at email@example.com with your questions and/or requests.
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