Seminars and research events

Date

Event

21 November 2019

Management

An intertemporal theory of negotiations

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

22 November 2019

Economics

Semiparametric modeling of multiple quantiles

Alessandra Luati (University of Bologna)

22 November 2019

Economics

Exeter Prize 2019 Workshop

Samuel Hartzmark (University of Chicago, Booth School of Business)

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

Unconstrain the Constrained: The Macro Gains from Restricting Non-Compete Contracts

Liyan Shi (Postdoctoral Researcher at the 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)

13 December 2019

Economics

TBC

Youngcheol Shin (University of York)

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)