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Socio-economic determinants of healthy food choice – call for unpublished work

Jul 23, 2015

Do you have unpublished empirical work examining the influence of socio-economic characteristics on more or less healthy food choices? 

As we are planning to conduct a meta-analysis on this influence, we are looking for unpublished work. Among others, we are interested in working-papers, forthcoming papers, rejected manuscripts, or unpublished thesis data.

We are especially interested in correlations between

  • socioeconomic determinants (e.g. age, number of persons per household, educational level, presence of children, personal income) and
  • willingness to buy, willingness to pay or purchase intention (preferable coded as a 1/0 discrete variable, e.g. acceptance of price premium)

 

If your unpublished work matches these criteria, we are kindly requesting your manuscript and/or data set as well as details about the characteristics of the measurements, sample, and study design. We treat your data confidentially and we use the data only for the purpose of the meta-analysis. Kindly send your unpublished data or manuscripts via email to Stefan Hoffmann (Stefan.hoffmann@bwl.uni-kiel.de) or Irina Dolgopolova (Dolgopolova@iamo.de).

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about this study. Thank you for contributing to this meta-analysis!

Alumni Career Talks with Julia Harnal (BASF)

Jan 13, 2020

On Wednesday, 22nd January, 2020, the first Alumni Career Talks will take place. Julia Harnal (Vice-President, Global Sustainability & Governmental Affairs Agricultural Solutions at BASF) will present her experiences and will provide interesting insights about her work routine at BASF. At the subsequent Q&A part students will have the opportunity to ask questions and to receive career advices.

When? Wednesday, 22nd January 2020, 6pm - 8pm s.t.

Where? Audimax (Haal A), Christian-Albrechts-Platz 4

Please register here.

New framework of dietary behavior determinants published in PLOS ONE

Feb 03, 2017

The article “The DONE framework: Creation, evaluation, and updating of an interdisciplinary, dynamic framework 2.0 of determinants of nutrition and eating”, published by a interdisciplinary, international research team (including Prof. Stefan Hoffmann) on which Dr. Marijn Stok and Prof. Dr. Britta Renner of the university of Konstanz are the lead authors, has just been published in PLOS ONE (February 2nd). PLOS ONE is a highly acclaimed multidisciplinary open-access journal.

 

The DONE framework is an interdisciplinary, interactive and evolving “framework 2.0” of Determinants of Nutrition and Eating (DONE). The DONE framework was created by an interdisciplinary workgroup in a multiphase, multimethod process, within the European research project DEDIPAC (www.dedipac.eu): Determinants of Diet and Physical Activity. The DONE framework can be freely accessed and used in a highly flexible manner: determinants can be sorted, filtered and visualized for both very specific research questions as well as more general queries. The dynamic nature of the framework allows it to evolve as experts can continually add new determinants and ratings. We anticipate this framework will be useful for research prioritization and intervention development. Importantly, external experts positively evaluated the usefulness, comprehensiveness, and quality of the DONE framework.

The article reporting on the DONE framework is available from PLOS ONE:

The DONE framework itself is also available online: www.uni-konstanz.de/DONE.

Workshop with Edding

Dec 02, 2019

On 19 November 2019, four representatives of Edding AG, together with students from the lectures Service Innovation Management (Prof. Schultz) and Marketing Communications (Prof. Hoffmann), held a workshop on "Content Marketing" and "Service Innovation". During this workshop several student groups developed creative ideas in a very short time.

 

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Klausureinsicht -- Inspection of written exams

Nov 29, 2019

 

Klausureinsicht 2. PZ des SoSe --- Inspection of written exams, second examination period


Die Klausuren des zweiten Prüfungszeitraums können eingesehen werden an folgenden Terminen:

Am Donnerstag, den 5. Dez., von 14:30  - 16:30 Uhr,

am Dienstag, den 10. Dez., von 10 - 12 Uhr.

Bitte kommen Sie dazu ins Sekretariat, Westring 425, Raum 103, und bringen Ihren Ausweis mit.

Die Termine dienen ausschließlich der Einsichtnahme, nicht aber der Diskussion der Ergebnisse.

 

English version:

Written exams of the second examination period of the summer term may be inspected at the following days

Thursday, Dec. 5th, from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. 

Tuesday, Dec., 10th, from 10 - 12 a.m.

For this purpose please come into the secretariat, Westring 425, room 103, and bring with you your identity card.

The consultation hours  are meant for inspection only - not for discussions.

Participation of the Institute for Business Administration in the Public Climate School

Nov 21, 2019

Some chairs at the Institute of Business Administration are actively involved in the Public Climate School, which takes place from 25.11.2019 to 29.11.2019 at several universities in Germany. This series of events is intended to disseminate knowledge on the climate crisis, attract attention and discuss options for action.

We are participating with the event "Green Economy: What companies and consumers can do for the environment" on the topic of sustainability from different perspectives of business administration. Doctoral and postdoctoral students of the Institute will present and discuss what consumers, politics, research and business can do to enable sustainable management and consumption. The presentations will be held from the perspectives of marketing and consumer behavior research (Amelie Griesoph, Wassili Lasarov and Melanie Trabandt), innovation management (Rahel Graeber), technology management (Julia Kroh), green logistics (Arne Heinold) and business organization (Dorothee Hohensee). Our event will take place on 27.11.2019 from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. in the CAP 2 auditorium F.

We would be very pleased about a numerous appearance.

Here you will find the complete programme of the Public Climate School at the CAU, which is constantly being expanded.

Student Assistant Position at the Department of Marketing

Jan 22, 2020

We are pleased to announce a position of a student assistant (22 hours/month) starting as soon as possible. Interested students can apply until February, 29th 2020 with a short application letter, CV and relevant certificates.

Please click here for further information.

Unterstützt die Professur bei einer spannenden Studie! 10€ Vergütung

Jan 24, 2020

Gemeinsam mit der Professur für Marketing sucht der Lehrstuhl für praktische Philosophie Probanden für eine wissenschaftliche Studie, bei der es um die Untersuchung von Verbraucherrollen geht.

Einzige Voraussetzung: Du hast schon einmal AirBnB Carsharing, kooperative Werkstädten, eBay Kleinanzeigen oder sonstige Sharing Angebote wahrgenommen!

Die Studie findet zwischen dem 27.01.2020 und dem 28.01.2020 zu verschiedenen Uhrzeiten im KEEL Experimentallabor an der CAU (Heinrich Hecht Platz 9, 2. OG) statt. Wir freuen uns über Probanden jeden Alters, die uns bei unserer Studie unterstützen! 

Für die einstündige Teilnahme erhalten die Probanden eine Vergütung von 10€. Vereinbart jetzt einen Termin!

Bei Interesse meldet Euch gerne bei mir hier bei Facebook. Alternativ könnt ihr auch direkt anmelden unter: https://terminplaner.dfn.de/y3n7SMj65hF8mUQu

New article accepted in the Management International Review

Jan 16, 2020

The article "Chain of Blame: A Multi-Country Study of Consumer Reactions Towards Supplier Hypocrisy in Global Supply Chains" by Nils Christian Hoffmann, Prof. Juelin Yin and Prof. Stefan Hoffmann has been accepted at the Management International Review!

Here's the abstract of the article:
Recent research identified firms’ hypocritical behavior as a major threat to their reputation among consumers. This paper expands the dyadic relationship to a triadic relationship, integrating the hypocritical behavior of suppliers in global supply chains. Introducing a chain of blame, this paper suggests that the hypocritical behavior of the supplier backfires on the firm, leading to loss of reputation and increased boycotting tendencies. We test our proposed framework across one main study and two follow-up studies with consumers from two industrialized and two BRICS countries (Germany, US, South-Africa and China) and a total of 1.177 respondents. Results show that consumers from various countries consistently hold firms responsible for their suppliers’ hypocritical behavior, consequently lower their reputation ratings, and intend to engage in boycotting the firm. The analysis further identifies the origin of the supplier and consumer ethnocentrism as nationally-variant promoting factors of consumers’ boycott intention and shows that the influence of those factors is contingent on consumers’ expectations towards foreign vs domestic firms. Implications for managers and marketing-managers are given.

 

 

Frühstarter Excursions in 2020

Dec 11, 2019

The company "frühstarter" will start into the new year with excursions to renowned companies. Students will have the opportunity to get interesting insights into the daily business of well-known companies and to establish first contacts with businesses. For the beginning of 2020, frühstarter organizes two excursions:

  • Wednesday, 15th January, 2pm - 4pm: Implantcast - innovative medical technic (further information and registration here)
  • Thursday, 23rd January, 11am - 3pm: FRoSTA - sustainable food production (further information and registration here)
  • Thursday, 12th March, 2pm - 5pm: Schwartau - innovative food production (further information and registration here)

New framework of dietary behavior determinants published in PLOS ONE

Feb 03, 2017

The article “The DONE framework: Creation, evaluation, and updating of an interdisciplinary, dynamic framework 2.0 of determinants of nutrition and eating”, published by a interdisciplinary, international research team (including Prof. Stefan Hoffmann) on which Dr. Marijn Stok and Prof. Dr. Britta Renner of the university of Konstanz are the lead authors, has just been published in PLOS ONE (February 2nd). PLOS ONE is a highly acclaimed multidisciplinary open-access journal.

 

The DONE framework is an interdisciplinary, interactive and evolving “framework 2.0” of Determinants of Nutrition and Eating (DONE). The DONE framework was created by an interdisciplinary workgroup in a multiphase, multimethod process, within the European research project DEDIPAC (www.dedipac.eu): Determinants of Diet and Physical Activity. The DONE framework can be freely accessed and used in a highly flexible manner: determinants can be sorted, filtered and visualized for both very specific research questions as well as more general queries. The dynamic nature of the framework allows it to evolve as experts can continually add new determinants and ratings. We anticipate this framework will be useful for research prioritization and intervention development. Importantly, external experts positively evaluated the usefulness, comprehensiveness, and quality of the DONE framework.

The article reporting on the DONE framework is available from PLOS ONE:

The DONE framework itself is also available online: www.uni-konstanz.de/DONE.

Mar 08, 2017

Mit einem Gesamtvolumen von ca. 227 Mrd. Euro gehört der Lebensmittelsektor zu den umsatzstärksten Branchen des deutschen Einzelhandels. Um langfristig am Markt bestehen zu können, müssen Lebensmittelhersteller kontinuierlich Wachstumspotentiale identifizieren und realisieren. Dafür ist ein strategisches Markenmanagement erfolgsentscheidend.

Gemeinsam mit der Peter Kölln GmbH & Co. KGaA widmen wir uns daher in diesem Forschungsseminar dem Thema Markenmanagement mit dem Fokus Produktlinienerweiterung.

 

Die Teilnehmerzahl des Forschungsseminars ist begrenzt. Die Anmeldung ist ab dem 15. März 2017 um 8:00 möglich.

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Esome guest lecture

Dec 02, 2019

On November, 25th, Mrs. Desiree Schmidt and Mr. Michael Hinse of the Hamburg esome Advertising Technologies GmbH attended the Consumer Behavior lecture of the Marketing Department. During this lecture the guest speakers provided practice-relevant advices for social media issues related to targeting, different types of advertising and procurement models.

 

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Successful Participation in Public Climate School

Nov 29, 2019

The event "Green Economy: What consumers and companies can do for the environment." as part of the Public Climate School was a complete success. There was great interest in the topic of the extent to which business administration deals with sustainability, as demonstrated by the participation of more than 60 listeners. The presentations held from various perspectives of business administration were highly appreciated by all participants, which led to a lively and interesting discussion.

We would like to thank all listeners and speakers for their active participation.

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Successful Participation in Public Climate School

Nov 29, 2019

The event "Green Economy: What consumers and companies can do for the environment." as part of the Public Climate School was a complete success. There was great interest in the topic of the extent to which business administration deals with sustainability, as demonstrated by the participation of more than 60 listeners. The presentations held from various perspectives of business administration were highly appreciated by all participants, which led to a lively and interesting discussion.

We would like to thank all listeners and speakers for their active participation.

Two Student Assistant Positions at the Department of Marketing

Nov 22, 2019

We are pleased to announce a position of a student assistant (26 hours/month) starting at February, 1st 2020. Interested students can apply until December, 1st 2019 with a short application letter, CV and relevant certificates. Please click here for further information.

We are looking for another student assistant with programming skills (22 hours/month) starting as soon as possible. Interested students can apply until December, 20th 2019 with a short application letter, CV and relevant certificates. Please click here for more information.

Day of Marketing

Apr 11, 2019

Get the full marketing-experience in science & practice in just one day and join our Day of Marketing!

On the 18th of June 2019, the Department of Marketing (supported by PerLe) is hosting the Day of Marketing to unite theory and practice and to show what Marketing at the University of Kiel is about. In several talks and presentations, you will get valuable insights on different research topics and the teaching concept of the Department of Marketing.

  • What does research & science actually mean in the field of Marketing?
  • What are our researchers working on?
  • How can these topics be transferred to students?
  • Graduation finished... & now?

These and more questions will be answered by researchers, students and alumnis of the CAU, presenting their fields of studies and results of students’ group-workings. To combine theory and research with practice, we also invited international and regional companies and Start-ups from Kiel and surroundings to talk about their experiences and practical implementations of Marketing in their own companies.

You are Bachelor/Master student of the CAU Kiel or interested in becoming one?

Come to CAP 3 at CAU Kiel at the 18th of June (4pm – 10pm | 16:00 – 20:00) and join the day of Marketing! (You’ll get free snacks and drinks!)

You can find the program of the Day of Marketing here.

International Marketing Review – Paper accepted

Nov 09, 2018

The Paper „Cross-cultural Application of a Practice-Oriented Acquiescence Measure” authored by Carolin Krautz and Stefan Hoffmann has been accepted for publication in the International Marketing Review. The paper develops validates a new measurement of acquiescence response style which can feasibly applied in practice-oriented market research. The paper reports a cross-cultural validation study which bases on data of more than 200,000 respondents from 30 countries.

Marketingimpulse: Marketing Research meets Marketing Practice

Oct 22, 2019

Together with different institutions of marketing relevant universities in Schleswig-Holstein, the Marketing Club organizes this annual event to convey concurrent marketing research foci and to compare them simultaneously with the daily practice.

Young researchers get the opportunity to present their work - the department heads extent the discussion. Additionally, we provide insights into marketing institutions of Schleswig-Holstein and this is why this event will take place at one of the co-organizers - this time at the Kiel University.

For the first time, the Muthesius Kunsthochschule is involved and provides interesting insights into their project office.

 

When? Tuesday, 29th of October, 2019

Where? Christian-Albrechts-Platz 2 (Auditorium A), Kiel University, 24118 Kiel

 

Further information and the program can be found here.

Information Event on International Internships

Nov 14, 2019

On Wednesday, 27th November, 2019, the International Office provides information on international internships (where to look for, where to find, and how to finance).

What? Information Event on International Internships

Where? CAP2, Lecture Haal A

When? Wednesday, 27th November, 2pm - 3.30pm

The hypocritical consumer – Presentation at the annual conference of the Netzwerk Verbraucherforschung

Oct 28, 2019

Prof. Hoffmann gave a talk about the „hypocritical consumer“ which illustrated concepts and empirical insights about moral rationalizations, moral decoupling and moral licensing. In this year, the general topic of annual conference of the network consumer research was „the dark side of consumption – old problems, new challenges“. It took place at the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection in Berlin on Oct, 24th. You can find further information here.

GfB Price-Giving

Nov 13, 2019

The annual plenary of the GfB (Gesellschaft für Betriebswirtschaft zu Kiel e.V.) took place on Thursday, 7th November 2019. Also this year, outstanding Master Theses were honoured during the plenary.

The GfB Price 2019 was awarded to Ms. Tinka Krüger for her Master Thesis "Consumers' Reactions to Corporate Hypocrisy - A Crosscultural Study between Germany, China and South Africa" written at the Marketing Department.

We congratulate Ms. Krüger for her excellent work and the well-deserved GfB award!

The hypocritical consumer – Presentation at the annual conference of the Netzwerk Verbraucherforschung

Oct 28, 2019

Prof. Hoffmann gave a talk about the „hypocritical consumer“ which illustrated concepts and empirical insights about moral rationalizations, moral decoupling and moral licensing. In this year, the general topic of annual conference of the network consumer research was „the dark side of consumption – old problems, new challenges“. It took place at the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection in Berlin on Oct, 24th. More information: www.netzwerk-verbraucherforschung.de.