CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

INTERNATIONAL INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON CONSUMPTION - EXPERIENCES AND PERSPECTIVES IN CENTRAL EUROPEAN CONTEXT
23-24 MARCH 2017, PÉCS, HUNGARY

 

Abstract template

CONFERENCE THEMES

The Organizing Committee of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Consumption - Experiences and Perspectives in Central European Context kindly invites academics and other experts in the field of consumption research to submit abstracts for presentations in the following thematic areas:

  • Consumption patterns – cultures and modernization of consumption
  • Ethical consumption
  • Offline and online consumption communities
  • Inequality and consumption
  • Politics and consumption or consumer democracy
  • Consumer response to the crisis – consumption after the crisis
  • New content of symbolic consumption
  • Understanding consumers – new ways of research methodology
  • Consumption, leisure time, tourism
  • New forms and institutions of consumption (e.g. shared, collaborative)

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND PRESENTATION

Abstract must be submitted online to the official website of the conference: consumption2017.ktk.pte.hu/submission. It should be approximately 2,000 characters (with spaces) and should contain the aim of the research and the relevance of the problem, the methods, the main findings and recommendations and 4-6 keywords. The abstract template can be downloaded here.

All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee of the Conference. Accepted abstracts of registered conference participants will be electronically published on the conference website.

Presentation should be created either in Microsoft PowerPoint or Prezi. Oral presentation will be approx. 15 minutes and will be followed by a short discussion.

Session chairs will further select and evaluate presentations in order to invite authors to submit full papers to the special issue of  the Hungarian Journal of Marketing and Management. Requirements of full papers will be announced on the conference website.

All submitted and presented materials shall be in English.

 

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

Abstract submission deadline: 7 February 2017 – DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 15 February, 2017

Notification of abstract acceptance: 22 February 2017

Registration and payment deadline for presenters (at least one author per presentation): 1 March 2017

Registration deadline for co-authors: 6 March 2017

Full paper submission deadline: will be announced later

 

For more information contact consumption2017@ktk.pte.hu

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