Key Dates to Note for ANZMAC 2021

Submissions Open:
Monday May 24, 2021

Submissions Close (Extended Abstract):
Monday July 24, 2021

Author Notification:
Thursday August 26, 2021

Full papers due:
Sunday October 24, 2021



Submissions Open: 

Monday May 24, 2021 

Submissions Close: 

Monday July 12, 2021

Author Notification: 

Thursday August 26,  2021 

  • There will be NO extensions to the submission deadline of July 12, so please do not ask for one. We suggest that you plan your submission now.
  • We would actively encourage PhD students to submit their paper to the Doctoral Colloquium, unless they are in their final year of study. All PhD students at any level are very welcomed to register for the ANZMAC conference.
  • Papers will be in the form of a two-page extended abstract or a five-page paper, not including references and figures/tables which cannot exceed one page. A template will be provided, and the paper format must follow Australasian Marketing Journal submission guidelines.
  • At submission you will need to nominate if you would like the mini abstract, two-page extended abstract or five-page paper published in the proceedings, if accepted. You will also have the opportunity, after your paper is reviewed, to improve and re-submit your nominated submission for the proceedings.

Important Key Issues Regarding Paper Submission

  • Given the limited program space all requests for Special Sessions need to be directed to the Conference Co-Chair Professor Liliana Bove in writing by August 31, 2021.
  • Please note that the special session must not be an amalgamation of research papers. It is expected that it is in the form of a topic of interest to a significant portion of the ANZMAC community; sessions that actively involve industry participation are preferred.
  • For an example of a special session proposal, please click on the button below. Kindly note that the special session does not have to align with the “Something Different” conference theme.

Request for Special Sessions

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