Previous workshops

Previous Workshops

Term 2 2019/20

Date & room number

Research Workshop Series 
Term 2 2019-20

23rd January 2020

Stefano Puntoni, Rotterdam School of Management

Consumers and autonomous technology: An emerging framework

6th February 2020Luigi Marengo, LUISS
Make, Buy, or Re-design. The impact of digital technologies on the organization of production
11th February 2020

Leif Nelson,  University of California Berkeley

Closing the gap between scientific claims and scientific truths: Policies and anecdotes from consumer research, psychology, and behavioral economics

13th February 2020

Nicola Breugst, TUM

Digital images as entrepreneurial opportunities: Insights from social media influencers

20th February 2020

Bart Vanneste, UCL

Generalised trust, external sourcing and firm performance

27th February 2020

Tobias Kretchmer, LMU

Platform Competition and User Generated Content: Evidence from Game Wikis (with Johannes Loh)

5th March 2020

David Kirsch, Robert Smith School of Business

Technology-ology in Strategic Management: An Application to Technology-led Market Transformation

Term 3 - 2017/18

DateWorkshop title
26th AprilBruno Cirillo, SKEMA Business School
The effect of knowledge and social interdependencies on inventors' outward mobility and entrepreneurship  
2nd May Henk Volberda, Erasmus University
Modes of Business Model Innovation 
3rd MayStine Gordal, Boston University
Big, Beige and Bulky: Aesthetic Shifts in the hearing aid industry (1945-2015) 
10th MayClaus Rerup, Frankfurt School of Business and Management
Time pacing and attentional triangulartion: The Pearl Jam concert accident at Roskilde Festival 
31st MaySiobhan O'Mahoney, Boston University
Explaining the Escalation of Activism through Repertoire reconfiguration
7th JuneVioletta Splitter, University of Zurich
Employees' participation in strategy making over time: The recursive relation between participation and resources 
14th JuneBenjamin Warnick, Washing State University
The dangers of transforming a hobby into a business: How and why obsessive passion enhances venture performance at the expense of entrepreneurial well-being
21st JuneChristopher Steele, Alberta School of Business
Reworking the 'truth machine': How data analysts and others, (re)construct the epistemic practices of organizations 
27th JuneAhmet Colak, Clemson University
Title TBC 
28th JuneRaffaele Conti, Catolica Lisbon
The impact of entrepreneurship on pay discrimination: Evidence from and entry deregulation reform in Portugal