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Professor Tracy Taylor, Deputy Dean at the University of Technology (Sydney) Business School and Editor inChief of European Sports Management Quarterly (the only sports journal ranked at 3* and above in the ABSrankings) will be delivering a seminar for staff and PhD students about the Do’s, Don’ts and Hot Topics when trying to get published in ESMQ.
In addition, if Coventry University staff and students have a specific idea for a paper that they would like to target ESMQ with there will be four one-to-one sign up slots (no more than 25 minutes) between 2.30 and 4.30pm on the same day. Those who are interested in one of these slots please e-mail Dr Ian Brittain (firstname.lastname@example.org) byWednesday 22nd February 2017.
Refreshments will be available.
Please register your place online.
Senior Research Assistant Lizzi Bos was recently awarded £800 to run an event as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science week in November, with a team from CBiS. The event aims to showcase community food growing in Lambeth, London and draws upon Lizzi's doctoral research.
This seminar will: chart the development of the Farming for the Future Programme; describe the methodologies deployed to improve farming practices; outline the metrics captured to assess the effectiveness of the programme and will provide evidence of the programme’s successes.
Dr Agatha Herman visits us from Cardiff University and in this talk she will explore who exactly is the subject of the contemporary Fairtrade movement.
Stuart Bowles (CU Alumni and current PhD student) and Lisa Ruetgers (current CBiS student) walk you through their research on topics covering alternative currencies and tackling surplus food.
Consumer boycotts are triggered by egregious events, but the literature has not distinguished the level of egregiousness from consumers’ preferences or disutility associated with a given level of egregiousness, nor has the literature studied how these two components of egregiousness affect boycott intensity. Join us for an engaging lunch time seminar with guest speaker Professor Michael Polonsky from Deakin University.
Start time: 10:00
End time: 11:30
JA145, Jaguar Building