The 1983 AMA Educators’ Proceedings is edited by Patrick E. Murphy, O.C. Ferrell, Eugene R. Laczniak, Robert F. Lusch, Paul F. Anderson, Terence A. Shimp, Russell W. Belk, and Charles B. Weinberg. This volume consists of 102 papers and special presentations, which were presented in six competitive tracks during the 1983 Marketing Educators’ Conference. The six tracks are Marketing Strategy, Consumer Behavior, Marketing Education, Marketing Mix, Public Policy, and Research Methodology. The papers seek to expand theoretical boundaries of the marketing discipline, refine existing marketing principles, and introduce new perspectives.
Market Research Category
The 1983 Survey of Marketing Research was edited by Dik Warren Twedt. This work is the seventh report in the series, Marketing Research and Industry, which was co-sponsored by the American Marketing Association and the National Association of Manufacturers. The report contains periodical reviews on departmental organization, functions served by marketing research departments, departmental budgets, and compensation levels of staff personnel. Research in the area of corporate responsibility, and a more detailed analysis of compensation levels of men and women working in marketing research are featured as questions.
The 1984 AMA Marketing Educators’ Proceedings were edited by Russell W. Belk, Robert Peterson, Gerald S. Albaum, Morris B. Holbrook, Roger A. Kerin, Naresh K. Malhotra, and Peter Wright. This volume contains 95 papers presented in five tracks – Marketing Education, Marketing Theory and Public Policy, Marketing Management and Strategy, Research Methodology and Issues, and Buyer Behavior. Also featured are the transcripts of special sessions ranging from panel discussion to empirical demonstrations. These session copies cover topics such as the AACSB test of basic marketing knowledge, the use of microcomputers, marketing and consumption of the third world, and projective research methods.
1984 AMA Winter Educators’ Conference: Scientific Method in Marketing contains proceeding papers edited by Paul F. Anderson and Michael J. Ryan. The papers deal with metatheoretical issues such as approaches to marketing as science, marketing concepts, models and classification, as well as other issues. The papers review the contemporary marketing science and also question the philosophical underpinnings of the marketing research.
The 1985 AMA Educators’ Proceedings contains papers presented at the annual educators’ conference of the American Marketing Association. The 93 papers are compiled into six tracks: Public Policy and Metamarketing; Marketing Strategy, Planning, and Control; Research Methodology; Marketing Management and Institutions, Buyer Behavior; and, Marketing Education. These papers provide a historical review of marketing academics. Also featured is a white paper entitled, “Policy on Marketing Conference,” in 1984 for the AMA education council.
The 1986 AMA Educators’ Proceedings was edited by Terence A. Shimp, Subhash Sharma, George John, John A. Quelch, John H. Lindgren Jr., William Dillon, Meryl Paula Gardner, and Robert F. Dyer. This work is a compilation of papers presented at the 1986 American Marketing Association Summer Educators’ Conference. The papers are divided into six tracks – Buyer Behavior; Research Methodology; Public Policy and Metamarketing; Marketing Management and Institutions ; Marketing Education; as well as Marketing Strategy, Planning, and Control. The papers analyze the trends, issues, innovations, regulation, and policies pertaining to marketing from the teaching and academic perspective.
1986 AMA Winter Educators’ Conference – Marketing Education: Knowledge Development, Dissemination, and Utilization
The 1986 AMA Winter Educators’ Conference – Marketing Education: Knowledge Development, Dissemination, and Utilization was edited by Joseph Guiltinam and Dale Achabal. This work is a collection of proceedings presented at the 1986 AMA Winter Educators’ Conference. The papers revolve around five key tracks. Two tracks focus on marketing knowledge – its development, assessment, dissemination, and utilization. Another track addresses issues centered around the impact of computing and telecommunications technology in marketing education. The last two tracks are personal selling, sales management, and retail management.
The 1988 AMA Educators’ Proceedings: Efficiency and Effectiveness in Marketing is a collection of papers edited by Gary Frazier, Charles Ingene, David Aaker, Avijit Ghosh, Tom Kinnear, Sidney Levy, Richard Staelin, and John Summers. The papers are a product of some eminent academic marketers with deep knowledge in efficient and effective marketing. The papers are consolidated into six tracks – Marketing Strategy, Buyer Behavior, Marketing Education, Marketing Management, Public Policy, and Research Methods. This volume also contains the papers presented at six special sessions on diversified topics such as in-store information search in retail marketing, the future of post-positivist methods in marketing, and American-European perspectives in the buyer-seller relationship.
The 1988 Winter Educators’ Proceedings: Marketing: A Return to the Broader Dimensions is edited by Stanley Shapiro and A.H. Walle. This volume contains papers by eminent marketing scholars on broader dimensions of marketing, which encompasses both atypical methodologies and several aspects of marketing that transcend from marketing management to marketing orientation.
The 1988 Survey of Marketing Research was edited by Thomas C. Kinnear and Ann R. Root. This work is the eighth report in the series, Marketing Research and Industry, co-sponsored by the American Marketing Association and the National Association of Manufacturers. The report contains periodical reviews on departmental organization, functions served by marketing research departments, departmental budgets, and compensation levels of staff personnel. Research in the area of corporate responsibility, a more detailed analysis of compensation levels of men and women working in marketing research, and titles of Marketing Heads are featured as questions.