Seminars and research events

Date

Event

18 October 2019

Economics

Campaign messages, polling and elections: theory and experimental evidence

Francesco Giovannoni (University of Bristol)

22 October 2019

Finance

Consequences of CLO portfolio constraints

Florin Vasvari (London Business School)

23 October 2019

SITE (Science, Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship)

'Tribal World: Evidence from global corporate board gender reforms'

Shibashish Mukherjee (University of Groningen)

25 October 2019

Economics

How far can we forecast? Statistical tests of the predictive content

Jörg Breitung (University of Cologne)

25 October 2019

Economics

A Unified Approach to Efficient Estimation of Short Linear Panel Regression Models

Kazuhiko Hayakawa (Hiroshima University )

29 October 2019

Finance

TBC

Woon Sau Leung (University of Edinburgh Business School)

31 October 2019

Management

Don’t close that gap! Why a cohesive network hurts women (and helps men) to get ideas funded - Dirk Deichmann

Dirk Deichmann (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

1 November 2019

Economics

Social dilemmas among unequals

Christian Hilbe (Institute of Science and Technology Austria)

5 November 2019

Finance

TBC

Dragana Cvijanovic (UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School)

6 November 2019

SITE (Science, Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship)

TBC

Stephen Roper (University of Warwick)

7 November 2019

Management

Management Department: Paper Development Session

Dr Jesse Fagan (Lecturer in Data Analytics)

8 November 2019

Economics

A Laboratory Investigation of Price Dispersion and Cycles

Tim Cason (Purdue University)

12 November 2019

Finance

TBC

Andrew Karolyi (Cornell - Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management)

14 November 2019

Management

The Power of flaws: When exposing personal shortcomings does (and does not) gain company leaders influence.

Dr Lauren Howe (Department of Business Administration, University of Zurich)

15 November 2019

Economics

TBC

Thomas Buser (University of Amsterdam)

19 November 2019

Economics

LEEP Seminar: Contesting an International Trade Agreement

Ben Zissimos (University of Exeter)

21 November 2019

Management

An intertemporal theory of negotiations

Dr Brooke Gazdag (Munich School of Management, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich)

22 November 2019

Economics

TBC

Alessandra Luati (University of Bologna)

26 November 2019

Finance

TBC

Moqi Xu (LSE)

27 November 2019

SITE (Science, Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship)

TBC

Rekha Rao-Nicholson (University of Essex)

28 November 2019

Management

Management Seminar

Prof Cornelia Niessen (Institute of Psychology, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg)

29 November 2019

Economics

TBC

Paola Zerilli (University of York)

4 December 2019

Management

The new psychology of leadership and health: How leaders can promote workplace health by building social identity

Prof Alex Haslam (University of Queensland)

4 December 2019

Finance

TBC

Martin Schmalz (University of Oxford)

4 December 2019

SITE (Science, Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship)

Paradigmatic foundations of the Enactive Approach to Entrepreneurship as Practice

Bengt Johannisson (Linnaeus University )

6 December 2019

Economics

TBC

Liyan Shi (Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance)

12 December 2019

Management

Research Seminar/Paper Development series - Prof Gareth Shaw

Gareth Shaw (Professor of Retail and Tourism Management)

8 January 2020

SITE (Science, Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship)

2 x SITE paper development workshops. Titles to be confirmed

Sarah Hartley and Stephen Disney ()

9 January 2020

Management

Future work selves as dynamic networks of future-oriented self-representations

Prof Karoline Strauss (Management Department - ESSEC Business School)

16 January 2020

Management

How future elite politicians make good use of their time at University, why Oxbridge graduates dominate and how Pierre Bourdieu helps to provide an explanation

Stephen Taylor (Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management)

13 February 2020

Management

Can network brokerage be learned? Evidence from a field experiment

Gianluca Carnabuci (ESMT Berlin)

2 April 2020

Management

TBC

Prof Donald Truxillo (Professor in the Department of Work and Employment Studies at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, Ireland)