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CFP: CHARM Meeting, 2013

The 16th Biennial Conference on Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing (CHARM) will be held May 30–June 2, 2013, in Copenhagen, hosted by Copenhagen Business School. The theme of the meeting will be "Varieties, Alternatives, and Deviations in Marketing History." To celebrate its 30th anniversary, CHARM invites "business, marketing, social science, and humanities scholars from all backgrounds to join us in Copenhagen for a friendly, collegial, and interdisciplinary research conference. In celebrating three decades of marketing historical research at CHARM, we call on scholars from around the globe to cast a critical look back into marketing’s past and forward into its future."
   Doctoral students with a particular interest in research methods in marketing history and marketing theory are invited to attend a two-day workshop that will immediately precede the conference. There will also be a special track for the presentation of doctoral projects at the conference itself. For more information on the Doctoral Workshop, please consult the Workshop portion of the CHARM website.
   All paper submissions will be double-blind reviewed and a proceedings volume will be published. Full papers (25-page maximum) or extended abstracts may be submitted. Authors may choose to publish either full papers or extended abstracts in the proceedings. To provide reviewers with sufficient information, extended abstracts should be 1,200-1,500 words in length and include the research purpose, source material or data, and sample references. The deadline for submissions is December 16, 2012. Send materials to Leighann Neilson, Program Chair and Proceedings Editor, at: charmconference2013@gmail.com.
    For additional details, please read the complete call for papers on the CHARM website.

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