Which Session to Attend?

In a few days, the annual Association of Consumer Research (ACR) conference will take place. Together is the theme; indeed, a major purpose of conferences is socializing – but also listening to research together. We tend to attend sessions where research close to our own is being presented.  But a conference is also an opportunity to develop new ideas, perhaps outside our own current interest. For that, go to a session that intrigues you and stretches your (research) imagination. You may return to your work with a new and enriched perspective on consumers and consumer research.

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“Just a Thought ….from Bernd Schmitt”
Non-binding ideas for JCR authors.

Bernd Schmitt

Bernd is the Robert D. Calkins Professor of International Business at Columbia Business School and the Editor-in-Chief of JCR.

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