Society for Consumer Psychology

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Past Events

Below, you’ll find information about previous events, as well as programs, documents, and slides.

Annual Conference History

Dates & Location
Jul 29, 2022 – Jul 31, 2022
Nanyang Technological University, 50 Nanyang Ave, Singapore 639798

About the Event
This conference aims to showcase the latest research on cross-cultural consumer behavior. The conference will be open to those with a serious interest in understanding how culture shapes consumers’ judgments, choices, responses, and behaviors through rigorous theoretical and empirical research. Researchers will be encouraged to participate and share insights regarding the antecedents, consequences, processes, and boundary conditions relating to the roles of culture in marketing theories and practice. A unique highlight of the conference will be a keynote speech by Prof. Sharon Shavitt, a world-renowned scholar in cultural research, who will give her perspective on recent developments in cross-cultural consumer behavior and topics needing more work.

Documents
Conference

Dates & Location
Jul 10, 2022 – Jul 12, 2022
‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach, 2490 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA

About the Event
Consumption is impacted by having too little, too much, and the juxtaposition of the two. Consumer behavior across the globe is shaped by limitations of time, money, or choices, and simultaneously by an escalating desire for and observations of abundant luxury and opulence. Understanding how consumers navigate a lush marketplace while frequently experiencing scarcity and disparity in its many forms is therefore crucial. Examining the ways in which scarcity, opulence, and inequality influence consumer behavior and decision-making both independently and interactively can provide important and meaningful insights. This boutique conference aims to bring together researchers working on the topics of scarcity, luxury, and inequality to share their most exciting and recent research. Our hope is that this interaction will help guide new research by fostering a cross-fertilization of ideas and perspectives, and by facilitating collaborations that strengthen research in these areas.

Documents

Boutique Conference History

Dates & Location
Jul 29, 2022 – Jul 31, 2022
Nanyang Technological University, 50 Nanyang Ave, Singapore 639798

About the Event
This conference aims to showcase the latest research on cross-cultural consumer behavior. The conference will be open to those with a serious interest in understanding how culture shapes consumers’ judgments, choices, responses, and behaviors through rigorous theoretical and empirical research. Researchers will be encouraged to participate and share insights regarding the antecedents, consequences, processes, and boundary conditions relating to the roles of culture in marketing theories and practice. A unique highlight of the conference will be a keynote speech by Prof. Sharon Shavitt, a world-renowned scholar in cultural research, who will give her perspective on recent developments in cross-cultural consumer behavior and topics needing more work.

Documents
Conference

Dates & Location
Jul 10, 2022 – Jul 12, 2022
‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach, 2490 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA

About the Event
Consumption is impacted by having too little, too much, and the juxtaposition of the two. Consumer behavior across the globe is shaped by limitations of time, money, or choices, and simultaneously by an escalating desire for and observations of abundant luxury and opulence. Understanding how consumers navigate a lush marketplace while frequently experiencing scarcity and disparity in its many forms is therefore crucial. Examining the ways in which scarcity, opulence, and inequality influence consumer behavior and decision-making both independently and interactively can provide important and meaningful insights. This boutique conference aims to bring together researchers working on the topics of scarcity, luxury, and inequality to share their most exciting and recent research. Our hope is that this interaction will help guide new research by fostering a cross-fertilization of ideas and perspectives, and by facilitating collaborations that strengthen research in these areas.

Documents