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8th Colloquium on European Research in Retailing

The 8th edition of the Colloquium on European Research in Retailing will be hosted by the

Strategy, Marketing, and Innovation (SMI) School at the University of Portsmouth (UK).

 

The Colloquium's main event will be held on Thursday and Friday, 22 and 23 June 2023.

Aiming to bring together scientific researchers in the UK, Europe, and beyond to share managerial and scientific retail insights.

It will also support a DOCTORAL PAPER SESSION taking place on June 21, 2023, and accepting around 12 papers. A panel of expert academics will review the accepted papers and provide written and verbal discussions. The session aims to help doctoral students improve their skills in writing high-value papers. The paper that demonstrates the most significant potential for originality and theoretical and practical implications will be awarded the Best Doctoral Paper. 

The organizing committee consists of the following:

Dr. Jason Sit -  jason.sit@port.ac.uk

Dr. Diletta Acuti - diletta.acuti@port.ac.uk

Dr. Marta Nieto-Garcia - marta.garcia@port.ac.uk

Please get in touch with one of them if you have questions about the Colloquium or the Doctoral session.

Further information can be found in the left column.

 

7th Colloquium on European Research in Retailing 2022

CERR2022

The New Age Of Retailing: Rethink, Reconnect, Revive

The next edition of CERR took place in Zagreb, the heart of beautiful Croatia. It was hosted by the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business Zagreb

This 7th edition was held from Thursday 8th to Saturday 10th September 2022 on the Faculty of Economics and Business Zagreb. 

This colloquium welcomes papers and extended abstracts addressing the challenges of digitalization of distribution channels, marketing, operations, supply chain, and logistics.

We particularly (but not exclusively) welcome submissions on topics related to physical/digital stores, agglomerations and platforms in the contexts of B2B, B2C as well as C2C. Within this remit we look for contributions in the following research areas across retail sectors:

  • Retail operations
  • Retail digitalization
  • In-store logistics
  • Retail supply chain management
  • Omni-channel operations
  • Supplier Relationship Management
  • Retail buying
  • Technology in the retail environment
  • Retail innovations
  • Retail location
  • Distribution management
  • Human resource management in retail
  • Store format development
  • Phygital retailing
  • Weather influence on retail
  • Green distribution
  • Social responsibility in retail
  • Shopper marketing
  • Customer experience
  • International retailing
  • Retail branding
  • Retail pricing
  • In-store/online promotions
  • Last mile logistics
  • Retail service management
  • Retail agglomeration marketing
  • Retail information systems management
  • Social media retailing

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6th Colloquium on European Research in Retailing 2021

Building Resilience in Retail for the post COVID World - Marketing & Operations Perspectives

 

We were able to hold the colloquium in the location we had set in a hybrid format, some people did manage to come on site, others presented and listened online.

51 papers were submitted. 48 presentations were shared online and in person by passionate and motivated researchers. Discussions and comments were provided as feedback from top researchers in the field. We managed to mix in some fun and still have a highly dedicated and engaged audience. As usual a special issue in the International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management will be published collecting the best papers of the Collouqium.

 

The colloquium took place on the Sophia Antipolis campus of

SKEMA School of Management

and the gala dinner was in the fabulous location of Hotel Belles Rives, in Antibes (see picture on the right).

 Gala dinner

SKEMA Business School

 

 

5th Colloquium on European Research in Retailing 2020

Was in University of Valencia, Spain On September 1-2, 2020

We were able to hold the colloquium in the location we had set, even though we had to reschedule it from the initial date.

92 papers were submitted. 72 presentations were shared online and in person by passionate and motivated researchers. Discussions and comments were provided as feedback from top researchers in the field. The overall atmosphere was studious and intense. As usual a special issue in the International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management will be published collecting the best papers of the Collouqium.

 

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4th Colloquium on European Research in Retailing 2018

“Go big or go home” (Jennings 2017, p. 224)

 The 4th edition in numbers: 

150 Collegiate and constructive reviews,
80 Advisory board members (from 61 universities in 18 countries), 
95 Delegates (from 60 universities in 20 countries), 
65 Presentations, 
21 Research sessions, 
4 Lifetime achievement awards, 
4 Best paper awards, 
3 Special interest sessions (research & teaching/learning), 
3 Paper development workshops, 
1 Special issue in IJRDM



1 Great retail research community

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* based on thematic mapping of all submitted extended abstracts

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Downloads:

CERR2018_CallForPapers_1.pdf

CERR2018_Poster_1.pdf

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