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Research Seminars

25
Oct

Dr Frederik Dalhmann (Assistant Professor of Global Energy, Warwick...

Seminar organised by the Centre for Organisations and Society.

25
Oct

Dr Chia-Huei Wu (LSE): The role of leader support in facilitating...

Researchers have proposed that leader support helps employees behave proactively at work.

25
Oct

Executive Compensation and Tournament Incentives around U.S. IPOs

CBID Seminar with Professor Dimitrios Gounopoulos from the School of Management at the University of Bath

25
Oct

Dr Michele Lombardi (University of Glasgow): Temporary Implementation

The paper examines problems of implementing social choice objectives in a dynamic environment, in which society can only decide and execute a policy variable at hand period by period.

27
Oct

Dr Catherine K Lam (City University of Hong Kong): What Makes a...

Research on creativity has emphasized on the importance of intrinsic drive (doing your task for its own sake) in promoting individual creativity.

31
Oct

Professor Gerlinde Mautner (Vienna University of Economics and...

Seminar organised by the Centre for Organisations and Society.

01
Nov

Professor G Kastberg (Gothenburg University, Sweden): Management...

Seminar organised by the Centre for Ethical Finance.

01
Nov

Prof Mike Elsby (University of Edinburgh): Vacancy Chains

Replacement hiring—recruitment that seeks to replace positions vacated by workers who quit—is a prominent feature of empirical firm dynamics.

08
Nov

Dr Michele Piazzai (Delft University of Technology, Policy and...

A Management and Marketing research seminar.

08
Nov

Dr Sandra Batten (Bank of England): Research, innovation and...

An Economics and Finance research seminar.

18
Oct

Dr Norvald Instefjord (University of Essex): Loan Monitoring and...

We study the optimal use of loan monitoring systems in regulated banks, where the bank chooses which loans to monitor and the regulator imposes regulatory costs for holding risky loans.

17
Oct

Dr Wei Cui (University College London): Default Cycles

Recessions are often accompanied by spikes of corporate default and prolonged declines of business credit.

16
Oct

Dr David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia): title to be confirmed

Workshop organised by the Behavioral Economics Northeast Cluster (BENC).

11
Oct

Prof Bernardo Moreno Jiménez (University of Malaga): On the...

We survey a number of results regarding incentives and efficiency that have been recently added to the social choice literature, and we establish parallels and differences with the concepts and results obtained so far by co-utility theory. Our main purpose is to facilitate the convergence between researchers who end up dealing with similar issues in response to rather different motivations and backgrounds.

03
Oct

Dr Georgy Chabakauri (LSE): Investor Protection and Asset Prices

Empirical evidence suggests that investor protection affects asset prices. We develop a dynamic asset pricing model to shed light on the empirical regularities and underlying mechanisms at play.

28
Sep

Professor Ian Cooper (London Business School): The Effect of...

We examine changes in risk following US bank mergers in the period 1981-2014.

12
Sep

Dr Panos Desyllas (University of Bath School of Management): Do...

Although relational resources and rents derived from interfirm partnerships represent an important source of firm value, extant M&A research has focused on synergies involving resources that target firms own or control. This study builds on the relational view of the firm to examine whether and under what conditions acquirers benefit from resources embedded in target firm alliance relationships.

12
Jul

CAKE 10: Digital Heritage

CAKE consists of three short, interesting presentations on a theme or idea, led by experts across industry, culture, and academia, followed by discussion, networking and cake. This July, the theme is Digital Heritage.

06
Jul

Financial Reporting and Business Communication Conference

21st annual conference hosted by DUBS and FARSIG. Supported by the IAEW Charitable Trusts.

04
Jul

Dr Adele Atkinson (OECD): The OECD project on financial education:...

Organised by the Centre for Banking, Institutions and Development (CBID).

23
Jun

Energy, Commodity and Finance

A half-day workshop hosted by the Centre for Environmental and Energy Economics (CEEE).

14
Jun

Frédérique Bec (University of Cergy): Do Experts Forecast...

This paper proposes a theoretical model which shows that in presence of information imperfection and adjustment costs, rational professional forecasters might find it optimal not to revise their forecasts continuously, or at any time.