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The goal of this series of symposia is to establish contact and discussion between researchers of the different fields. We look for empirical contributions from diverse fields, such as Individual Decision Making, Consumer Behavior, Bargaining, Social Dilemmas, Experimental Games, Emotions,...
The seminar is intended for Ph.D. students and young scholars interested in the implementation of rigorous methods and techniques in marketing.
This year’s topic of “People in economics - decisions, behavior and normative models“ was chosen to inspire a debate on the role of people in the design of formal models in economics and finance, in the building of economical and managerial theory and its verification and in the practical...
The main objective of this Conference is to generate new insights that inspire academics and practitioners about ways of closing the gap between marketing theory and practice to enhance competitiveness of the firms. Marketing researchers all over Europe and beyond are invited to submit papers in...
The purpose of this seminar is to introduce students to important issues in the design, analysis and interpretation of behavioral research in marketing and management. Topics covered in the seminar include: - measurement theory and construction of reliable and valid measurement instruments; -...
The ESOBE meetings have no particular theme but at each meeting a discussion forum for new and recent research is created. Their aim is to bring together researchers and professionals interested in the application of Bayesian inference in economics in relatively small annual workshops that...
CESifo is pleased to announce that a new Research Area on the Economics of Digitization has been established within the CESifo Network. This area studies the societal and economic consequences of digitization. It has a wide scope of relevant research and its aim is to bring the leading...
Conference Theme: Ethical Decisions in Lifestyle Choices Tracks: Ethical Decisions in Lifestyle Choices; Consumer Behavior; Cross-Cultural and Global Marketing; Entrepreneurship; Logistics and Supply-Chain Management; Marketing Education; Marketing Research; Marketing Strategy; Personal Selling...
The aim of this course is to be an introduction in how to do consumer behavior research, rather than to provide exhaustive coverage of the field as a whole. It will focus on evaluating papers, preparing research ideas, and developing them into research proposals in four important areas of...
Papers can include topics on the areas of Communication, Management, and Marketing. Related disciplines will be considered, including papers on Education for the panel.
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