ACR/SHETH FOUNDATION DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM SMALL RESEARCH GRANTS WINNERS

ACR’s mission is to advance consumer research and facilitate the exchange of scholarly information among members of academia, industry, and government worldwide. One of the key functions of ACR is to facilitate the growth and advancement of the field of consumer research.

 

To help our doctoral student symposium attendees in these difficult times, we are offering five $1000 competitive research grants on the original ACR 2020 conference theme of “Rendez-Vous in the City of Light.”

 

Paris, the City of Light, is known as a place embracing the values of the Enlightenment, the age of reason, deep thinking, and rational thought. Together with the term “rendez-vous” which translates to “appointment” in English, our hope is still that ACR 2020 will be an opportunity for scholars with different methodological approaches, paradigm perspectives, and research interests to come together to focus on consumer research related questions. In accordance with this theme, we strongly encourage doctoral student grant applications that embody the spirit of integrating multiple perspectives. Thus, we welcome multi-method/multi-paradigmatic approaches to submissions that speak specifically to a particular topic.


Winners:

 

Jinwoo Kim - Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University

How Contexts of Consumption Affect Hedonic Decline: Increasing Sequence versus Decreasing Sequence

 

Samuel Sekar - University of South Florida

The Incidental Effect of Changes in Nutritional Labelling Regulations on Consumers' Preference for Healthy Options – An Attention Based Explanation

 

Artyom Golossenko - Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia

Find your voice: Development and validation of a brand tone of voice scale

 

Rohan Venkatraman - Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne

Exploring Bodies and Aesthetic Practices in the Construction and Enactment of Consumer Performances

 

Shuqi Zhu - Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Device, Fast and Slow: How Electronic Devices Influence Consumer Decisions

The Sheth Foundation is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to develop and recognize scholars and scholarship in marketing globally and further the development of marketing thought.

 

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