Hosted by Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability
As society struggles to better align behavior with sustainability goals, there is an increased role for marketing to encourage behavioral change
This can be accomplished by influencing both public perceptions of sustainability and promoting the development and marketability of products and services that work toward social goals but reduce strong consumer preference tradeoffs that might come with some sustainability solutions. This conference seeks to share research in this area.
January 6–7, 2023
Stanford University campus
Call for Papers
The conference will be limited to 70 attendees in order to allow for in-depth discussion and exchange of ideas. You will be notified of your acceptance beginning on October 21.
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