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Awards

2020 ANZMAC Layton Dissertation Award

Submission deadline was 10 July 2020. Please see further details here.

2020 ANZMAC Emerging Marketing Educator Award

Submission deadline was 31 July 2020. Please see further details here.

2020 ANZMAC Distinguished Marketing Educator Award

Submission deadline was 31 July 2020. Please see further details here.

2020 ANZMAC Emerging Researcher Award

Submission deadline was 31 July 2020. Please see further details here.

2020 ANZMAC Distinguished Researcher Award

Submission deadline was 31 July 2020. Please see further details here.

2020 ANZMAC Distinguished Membership (Fellow) Award

Submission deadline was 17 August 2020. Please see further details here.

2020 Early Career Asia/Asia-Pacific Country Scholar Scholarship

This award is not offered in 2020. This is due to the conference not running.


The nomination form to use is here.

Academic benchmarking

This is nice work by Professor Geoff Soutar at The University of Western Australia, which lets us benchmark by academic level within Australia and New Zealand (ANZ). It updates benchmarks provided in Soutar, Wilkinson and Young (2015), but is only based on ANZ marketing academics’ research impact.

The hg-index combines the h-index and the g-index. The h-index is the number of papers that have at least that number of cites, so that an h-index of 10 indicates an author has published 10 papers with 10 or more citations. The g-index is the rank number of articles (g) for which there are g² number of citations. Combining the h- and g-indices ‘presents a concise picture of a scientist’s achievements in terms of publications and citations’ (Rousseau, 2006:4). The hg-index is the geometric average of these two metrics (Alfonso et al., 2010).

For more information, and for an international comparison, please see Soutar et al.'s (2015) paper in AMJ.

Soutar et al. (2015).pdf


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