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The seventh European ACR will take place June 15-18 in the second largest city in Sweden, Göteborg. The aim of the conference is to contribute to the development of consumption research by including a wide range of phenomena, perspectives and disciplines.

“We hope to create a conference together that will be rich in rewards both professionally and socially. We hope the conference will strengthen the ties between researchers who work within the field of consumption. We want to set the scene for a conference that makes use of the full potential of in-depth specialization as well as interdisciplinary cooperation. It is our hope that presentations and discussions will enhance our knowledge of consumption. Göteborg is the second largest city in Sweden located between the sea and the forest. We are sure that the weather will be at its best with long light evenings. You will be able to enjoy stimulating conversations with old friends and new acquaintances.”

From the EACR Homepage

The EACR welcomes researchers and doctoral students from universities all over the world. Registration is now open. Click here for more information.

The EACR 2005 Program Committee consists of:

*Eric Arnould, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
*Russell W. Belk, University of Utah, USA
*Janet Borgerson, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
*Richard Elliot, Warwick Business School, The University of Warwick, United Kingdom
*Asim Fuat Firat, University of Southern Denmark- Odense, Denmark
*Jim Gentry, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, USA
*Margaret Hogg, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
*Robert Kozinets, Kellogg School of Management, USA
*Pauline Maclaran, De Montfort University, USA
*Lisa Penaloza, University of Colorado, USA
*Linda Price, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, USA
*Michael Saren University of Leicester, United Kingdom
*Alladi Venkatesh, University of California, USA & Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden

Doctoral Symposium:
Jonathan Schroeder – University of Exeter, United Kingdom


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