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Eva Ascarza (Harvard Business School)
Peter Ebbes (HEC Paris)
Jacob Goldenberg (IDC)

Call for papers

The European Marketing Academy (EMAC) is organizing the 4th EMAC job market workshop.

The goal of this workshop is helping students who are seeking a tenure track position in Marketing at a business school that recruits at the 2020 AMA Summer (job market) conference. This conference is attended annually by over a 100 schools from all over the world. The workshop prepares the students for the hiring event that takes place at the 2020 AMA Summer conference.

The workshop will be held in Budapest, Hungary, on May 26 (afternoon) and May 27 (morning), 2020. The workshop will run immediately after the Doctoral Colloquium (DC). This means that students who are planning to apply for the Doctoral Consortium may also apply for this workshop. However, the admission processes for these two events are independent.

The workshop focusses primarily on the research presentation the students are expected to make during their interviews at the AMA conference. It will also address several do’s and don’ts of the AMA job market conference.

Student selection criteria:

  • Students who are seeking a tenure track position at a school that recruits at the 2020 Summer AMA (job market) conference held in San Francisco, USA, in August 2020
  • Students who are coming from schools that have little or no experience with the AMA job market process (as those students will get more value from the workshop)

Application materials:

  • One job market working paper (incomplete papers won’t be accepted)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • One-page motivation letter from the student
  • A recommendation letter from the advisor

Organizers (alphabetic)

Eva Ascarza (Harvard Business School), Peter Ebbes (HEC Paris), Jacob Goldenberg (IDC)

Questions should be directed to Peter Ebbes (ebbes@hec.fr)


Submission link:


Submission deadline:  February 18, 2020 15:00 CET Time

Fee and Registration

If admitted to the workshop, students will be required to register and pay a fee of 150 euros that covers participation of the workshop, coffee breaks, and a breakfast on May 27.