Category: Conference

Presented at ANZMAC in Perth

My first visit to Australia’s west-most state took me to Perth to attend the 2022 Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference. The conference theme was “Reconnect & reimagine” as the world started to move on from COVID, which allowed us to see old friends face-to-face for the first time in years. On the afternoon prior …

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Hosted the 2022 UTS Behavioural Lab Conference

Last week the UTS Business School, in partnership with the Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists (GAABS), hosted the 2022 UTS Behavioural Lab Conference. What brought together the ~75 people in the room was a shared interest and expertise in behavioural science and the belief that the people in the room – from academia, industry, …

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Presented at ANZMAC in Wellington

My first visit to New Zealand took me to Wellington to attend the 2019 Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference. The conference theme was “Winds of Change” and I very quickly realised that the title was also a clue to the fact that Wellington is, arguably, the windiest city in the world. For most of …

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Presented at SJDM in New Orleans

This week I traveled to New Orleans to attend the 39th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making. This was my second visit to NOLA. This time the weather was cold and windy – a low season for tourism. So, it wasn’t too much of a surprise when I was the only one …

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Presented at the SCP Boutique Conference in Sydney

This week I was fortunate to be one of the few to participate in the Society for Consumer Psychology Boutique Conference on Vice and Virtue Consumption. One of the great things about small conferences – this one had less than 120 attendees – is that you get a lot more interaction with people. I find that conversations …

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Presented at ANZMAC in Melbourne

This week my school hosted the Australia & New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference (ANZMAC). My colleague and friend, Dr. Linda Robinson, lead in the organisation of the conference, which included more than 400 delegates. The doctoral colloquium ran for two days and the main conference ran for three days. Organising this event required many hands-on …

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Presented at SJDM in Vancouver

I slowly made my way up the US west coast from San Diego, CA to Eugene, OR before catching a flight to complete the journey to Vancouver, Canada to attend the 38th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making. Along the way I stopped at Huntington Beach, Los Angeles (highlight: Griffiths Observatory), Santa Barbara, Hearst …

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Had a great experience in Denmark attending UNLEASH and working on solutions to the Sustainable Development Goals

I have just returned from Denmark as a participant in the first UNLEASH innovation lab. The purpose of the nine-day event was to create real, scalable solutions to the Sustainable Development Goals. Here is a link to an article I wrote prior to attending: A Nudge Towards Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The massive event brought …

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Travelled to Toronto to present at Behavioural Decision-making conference

In June I travelled to Toronto – my birthplace! – to participate in the 2016 Behavioral Decision Research in Management (#BDRM2016) conference. I really enjoyed the conference, which was bookended with an opening keynote by Ernst Fehr and a closing keynote by Elke Weber. The final conference dinner was held atop the amazing CN Tower with …

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In Sydney to present at the annual meeting of the Australia/NZ Marketing Academy

This week I travel back to beautiful Sydney (where I lived for 25 years!) to present at the 2015 meeting of the Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy, which is being hosted by my alma mater, UNSW. My talk is called “Probability-Based Loyalty Programs Increase Motivation”, which is work done together with my collaborators, Prof. Liyin Jin and Prof. Ying Zhang. …

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