Doctoral & Research Colloquium
The SIM Doctoral Colloquium offers to doctoral students a place to meet and discuss their research project and results with leading academics in the field of marketing.
The colloquium welcomes a wide range of topics, applications and methods in marketing, aiming at supporting young scholars in strengthening the theoretical, methodological, and practical relevance of their research. This will be done by stimulating the debate with the faculty members as well as with the fellow doctoral students.
The faculty of the SIM Doctoral Colloquium strongly encourages the participation of PhD students both at early and advanced stages. Students in the 1st or 2nd year of their PhD program, could benefit from ideas and insights to improve the relevance of their research proposition and strength of their methodological approach, as well as explore possible research opportunities with international institutions. Students in the final years of their PhD program could receive feedback on their dissertations, advice on how to target their projects for submission to leading marketing journals, and on potential future research and professional directions.
Research proposals submission : EXTENDED DEADLINE April 14th, 2022
Authors notified of submission outcome: April 26th, 2022.
Registration ends on May 6th, 2022.
Doctoral Colloquium held from: 3rd to 4th June 2022.
The word document should not exceed 7 pages including title page, text, references, tables and figures. The document should have 2.5cm margins all around, font Times New Roman 11pt, and space 1.5 lines. Language of the document: English.
REGISTRATION FEE: 200 Euros (Italian participant that are currently not members can become members of SIM with a 100 Euros fee at http://www.simktg.it/sp/diventa-socio.3sp)
SIM Colloquium Faculty:
Marco Visentin, Department of Management, Università di Bologna
Irene Scopelliti, Bayes Business School, City University of London, London UK
Charles Hofacker, College of Business, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Kristin Diehl, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA
Ko de Ruyter, King’s College, London UK
Gabriele Paolacci, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, The Netherlands