Marketing Seminar - Professor Deirdre Shaw and Professor Andreas Chatzidakis

Seminar Room 10.039, The Spot Building (198 Berkeley St)


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Dr Michal Carrington

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PRESENTERS: Professor Deirdre Shaw (University of Glasgow) and Professor Andreas Chatzidakis (Royal Holloway, University of London)
TOPIC: “Publishing in the Journal of Business Ethics and Marketing Theory”  

Deirdre Shaw is a section editor for the Journal of Business Ethics, and Andreas Chatzidakis is an editor of Marketing Theory. In this seminar, Deirdre and Andreas impart their insight into publishing success in their respective journals. This seminar is highly relevant to all who are interested in JBE and Marketing Theory as potential outlets for their research—the Journal of Business Ethics is an FT50 journal and included in the Dean’s list; Marketing Theory is classified as a premier journal by the department.

(1) Prof. Deirdre Shaw, University of Glasgow

Deirdre is Professor of Marketing and Consumer Research at University of Glasgow. Deirdre has researched the area of consumption ethics throughout her career, publishing on the subject in a range of international journals (including Psychology and Marketing, Journal of Business Ethics, British Journal of Management, Journal of Consumer Culture, European Journal of Marketing, Business History, Journal of Marketing Management, Sustainable Development), contributing to books and non-academic publications, giving invited talks, teaching and supervising PhD researchers in this area.

(2) Prof. Andreas Chatzidakis, Royal Holloway, University of London
Prof Andreas Chatzidakis received his PhD from Nottingham Business School in 2007, focusing on consumer accounts and justifications for not supporting the Fair Trade movement. Since then he has been more broadly interested in the intersection of consumption with ethics and politics, working on projects such as consumer-oriented activism in post 2008 Athens, modern slavery, and the role of care and relationality in everyday consumption. He is co-editor of Marketing Theory, senior editor of CITY, and member of the editorial board of Journal of Macromarketing and the newly formed Journal of Consumer Ethics. He has co-edited a book entitled Ethics and Morality in Consumption: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (with Prof Deirdre Shaw and Dr Michal Carrington) and co-authored a book entitled Contemporary Issues in Marketing and Consumer Behaviour (with Prof Liz Parsons and Prof Pauline Maclaran).

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