Under the direction of Prof. Dr. Manfred Krafft, the Chair of Marketing Management once again offered the master course Consumer Behavior. The lecture is characterized by the participation of well-known guest speakers as Dr. Pia Furchheim (ZHAW School of Management and Law), Prof. Dr. Karen Gedenk (University of Hamburg) and Prof. Dr. Wayne D. Hoyer (University of Texas at Austin).
Prof. Anne T. Coughlan holds the Polk Brothers Chair in Retailing and has been Professor of Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston (USA) since 1985. Her research focuses on sales channels, sales management, compensation and pricing. She currently conducts research on topics such as multichannel management or measuring the compliance, monitoring and enforcement of MAP policies. From October 29 to November 6, Prof. Anne T. Coughlan was once again a guest at the Marketing Center Münster to work with Prof.
New publication by Professor Kübler: Social Media's Impact on the Consumer Mindset: When to Use Which Sentiment Extraction Tool?
A new study by Professor Kübler just published in the Journal of Interactive Marketing shows how to rely on user generated content from Facebook to measure classic consumer mindset metrics such as brand awareness, brand liking, brand consideration, purchase likelihood or customer satisfaction.
In ihrer gemeinsam mit der Unternehmensberatung Roland Berger herausgegebenen Studie „Quo Vadis, deutsche Medien?“ argumentieren Professor Thorsten Hennig-Thurau und Ricarda Schauerte (Lehrstuhl für Marketing & Medien), dass sich die deutsche Fernsehlandschaft grundlegend wandeln wird.
Professor Kübler publishes new study showing how value-crises decrease customer’s price and product performance sensitivities
Together with colleagues Michael Langmaack and Sönke Albers from Kühne Logistics University and MCM VIP and UT Austin Professor Wayne Hoyer, Raoul Kübler managed to publish a research article in the prestigious Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science (ranked as A by Journal) that demonstrates that value-crises such as child labor, environmental pollution or tax evasion tremendously decrease consumers’ price and product performance sensitivities.
On October 24th 2019, Professor Kübler was invited by VU Amsterdam to give a presentation at VU’s prestigious marketing seminar series. During his talk about “An Analysis of Social Media Engagement during the 2016 US presidential elections”, Raoul Kübler introduced his latest research findings and enjoyed a fierce but constructive debate.
Also this year the academic family “SALTY“ of professor Sönke Albers (KLU) met to discuss the latest developments in Marketing. Following the invitation from professor Nadia Abou Nabout, the SALTY conference took place in Vienna from September 22 to September 24, 2019. Represented by professor Manfred Krafft, professor Sonja Gensler, professor Raoul Kübler, as well as nine research assistants, the Marketing Center Münster showed strong presence.
The conference, which was the first ever of its kind in Colombia and was attended by about 500 managers from the creative industries, took place on September 17 and 18, 2019 at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, one of South America's leading research universities.
From August 9 to 11, the 2019 AMA Summer Academic Conference took place in Chicago. The theme of this year’s conference was “Marketing on Fire: Burning Questions, Hot New Methods, and Practical Ideas Worth Spreading.” Manfred Krafft represented the Marketing Center Muenster, but also served in different functions. For example, he attended the Editorial Review Board meetings of Journal of Interactive Marketing and Journal of Retailing, two of the most prestigious journals in the field of marketing. And, he attended “master classes” on machine learning and interaction effects.
From May 28th until May 31st 2019, the 48th EMAC Annual Conference was held in Hamburg, with more than 1,000 scholarly attendants from all over Europe and the world. The conference provides a unique forum for the presentation and discussion of current academic research projects, panel discussions, and special sessions with thought leaders in their respective fields. Scholars from different areas of the MCM took part in all those different activities.