Research workshops

The schedule includes the discussion of research from within the faculty and external speakers from other institutions. Attendance is open to staff, PhD students and people interested from outside the university. The workshops run from 12:30 - 14:00, at Cass Business School

For more information please contact either Dr Santi Furnari or Faculty Administration.

 

Research Workshop Series 
Term 1 2018/19

27th September
Room: 2004

Sangho Chae, Tilburg University
Buyer-supplier structural equivalence and supplier innovation value: Evidence from the PACE Awards in the automotive industry 

4th October
Room: 3003
Frederic Godart, HEC Paris
Challenging the aesthetic alibi: Organizational status, animal rights movements, and the use of fur in the global fashion industry
 
11th October
Room: 3003

Johanna Mair, Hertie School of Governance
Systematic Power in the Field of Impact Investing: Pathways to Domination and Emerging Field Ideologies 

18th October
Room: 3003

Nilanjana Dutt, Bocconi University
Complex Learning: Evidence from US Manufacturing 

25th October
Room: 3003

Olenka Kacperczyk, LBS
Detours or Dead-Ends: The effect of entrepreneurship on the future employment of women 

1st November
Room: 3003

Susanne Ekman, Roskilde University
Enterprising Culture and the Ethics of Entitlement: How 'indispensable' employees turn into disruptive mavericks 

8th November
Room: 3003

Christoph Bode, University of Manheim
Title TBC

29th November
Room: 3003
Catherine Tucker, MIT
Blockchain and ML: Laboratories for the study of social influence 
15th November
Room: 3003

Stefano Tasselli, Rotterdam School of Management
When the personality of others matters: self-monitoring, homophily, and the origins of network structure 

20th November
Room: 3003
Feryal Erhun, Cambridge Judge Business School
Multi-Tiered supply chain risk management  
*Please note, this workshop will start at 12:10, and conclude at 13:30 
6th December
Room: 3003
Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Judge Business School
The process of Organizational Adaptation within Complex Interdependent systems: Integrating Insights from Ecological Theory
13th December
Room: 3003
Paul Spee, UQ Business School
Title TBC