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Professor Avi Shankar wins 'Best Paper in Conference' at the Academy of Marketing Conference 2015

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Professor Avi Shankar has won ‘Best Paper in Conference’ at the Academy of Marketing Conference 2015, for his paper ‘A critical reconceptualization of Marketplace Cultures: The Ambiguity of Socialization and the Centrality of Play’ co-authored with Stephen O’Sullivan.

School of Management PhD student Marilena Gemtou was also awarded ‘Best Paper at the Doctoral Colloquium’ for her paper ‘Consumer Revenge at Unfair Treatment: The Role of Emotion Regulation’ at the conference.

The awards were presented at the 48th Academy of Marketing Conference, which was held at the University of Limerick, Ireland.

Avi Shankar, Professor of Consumer Research, commented:
“To win best paper in conference and best paper in the doctoral colloquium demonstrates the excellence in marketing scholarship within the School of Management’s marketing group and cements our reputation as one of the leading marketing groups in the country.”

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