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Research Seminar Series

School of Management research seminars, lectures and meetings

The series programme is planned by our research thematic groups and aims to:

  • host well respected scholars presenting cutting edge research
  • promote conversations about current research within the School.

Research Seminars 2019-2020

Semester 1: Martinmas semester

 

Professor Arman Eshraghi‌Week 3
Wednesday 2 October 2019

Starts at: TBC
Location: TBC, The Gateway

Title: TBA
Professor Arman Eshraghi
Director of the Corporate Governance Research Group, Cardiff Business School
Cardiff University

Research seminar

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets
Hosted with the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance (CRBF).

Past Research Seminars 2018-2019

Semester 1: Martinmas semester

Professor Michael Koetter‌Week 2
Monday 24 September 2018

Starts at: 3pm
Location: Boardroom, The Gateway

"May the force be with you: Exit barriers, governance shocks, and profitability sclerosis in banking"
Professor Michael Koetter
Head of the Department of Financial Markets
Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH)

Research seminar

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets
Hosted with the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance (CRBF).

Week 3
Monday 1 October 2018

Starts at: 12:30pm
Ends at: 2pm
Location: Boardroom, The Gateway

Group lunch and talk
Please contact Philip Roscoe if you would like to attend.

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations

Week 3
Wednesday 3 October 2018

Starts at: 12 noon
Location: Seminar room 6, The Gateway

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets

Week 3
Wednesday 3 October 2018

Starts at: 2pm
Location: Seminar room 1, The Gateway

Discussion of interests and events for the year ahead

Thematic Group: Organisations and Society

Week 5
Tuesday 16 October 2018

Starts at: 12 noon
Ends at: 2pm
Location: The Boardroom, The Gateway

Focus: Community empowerment and co-creation.

Conversational meeting and lunch, with guests Hilda Mulligan and Mandy Wilkinson, rehabilitation researchers from New Zealand.
Please contact Vicky Ward by Friday 5 October with any dietary requirements.

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Week 5
Wednesday 17 October 2018

Starts at: 1.30pm
Location: Seminar room 1, The Gateway

Thematic group meeting followed by internal research seminar

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets

Week 5
Wednesday 17 October 2018

Starts at: 2pm
Ends at: 3:30pm
Location: Lecture room 2, The Gateway

Seminar topic: Work in progress/Great ideas

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Week 7
Wednesday 31 October 2018

Starts at: 12 noon
Location: Seminar room 6, The Gateway

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets

Week 8
Monday 5 November 2018

Starts at: 1pm
Location: Boardroom, The Gateway

Presentations by:
Matteo Ronzani, University of Edinburgh
'The framing power of numerical pictures: A case study on data visualizations in a megaproject'
and
Dr Liz McFall, Chancellor's Fellow, University of Edinburgh
'On the orchestration of technique and sentiment in data driven life markets'.

Research seminar, with lunch

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations

Week 8
Wednesday 7 November 2018

Starts at: 12 noon
Location: Seminar room 6, The Gateway

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets

Week 9
Wednesday 14 November 2018

Starts at: 12 noon
Location: Lecture room 2, The Gateway

Internal research seminar

"A global exploration of the antecedents of pro-employee ownership attitudes"
Presented by Juliette Summers and David Dowell

Thematic Group: Organisations and Society

Week 11
Wednesday 28 November 2018

Starts at: 11:15am
Location: Ground floor meeting area, The Gateway

Informal group discussion

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations.

Professor Niels Johannesen‌Week 11
Wednesday 28 November 2018

Starts at: 3pm
Location: Lecture room 2, The Gateway

"The Distortive Effects of Too-Big-To-Fail: Evidence from the Danish Market for Retail Deposits".
Professor Niels Johannesen
Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen

Research seminar

Postgraduate research students and PhD students in finance are particularly encouraged to attend.

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets
Hosted with the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance (CRBF).

Week 11
Thursday 29 November 2018

Starts at: 9:30am
Ends at: 1:30pm
Location: Madras Rugby Club

Grant proposal workshop, with lunch

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Inter-semester

Inter-semester
Tuesday 15 January 2019

A routine matter? Organizing knowledge and decision-making at the frontline of public services
Dr Anne Mette Møller

Starts at: 10am
Ends at: 1pm
Location: Boardroom, The Gateway

Invitational seminar
Please contact Professor Huw Davies if you would like to attend.

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice
Hosted with Research Unit for Research Utilisation (RURU).

Inter-semester
Thursday 24 January 2019

Starts at: 9:30am
Ends at: 1:30pm
Location: Younger Hall conference room

Grant proposal workshop

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Semester 2: Candlemas semester

Week 1
Tuesday 29 January 2019

Starts at: 2pm
Location: Seminar room 6, The Gateway

Research seminar

'Getting what you deserve: how "deservingness" can undermine workplace entitlement for older workers with cancer'
Presented by Jen Remnant

Thematic Groups: Knowledge and Practice and Organisations and Society

Week 3
Thursday 14 February 2019

Starts at: 1pm, with lunch
Location: Boardroom, The Gateway

'Domestic institutionalisation, business and human rights: National protection systems meet transnational dynamics'
Presented by Dr Claire Methven O'Brien,
Honorary Lecturer

and

'Corporate Accountability for Human Rights: A Case Study on the Implementation of the UN Guiding Principles for Human Rights'
Presented by Marisa McVey

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations (AGOG)
Please contact Philip Roscoe by Friday 8 February 2019 if you would like to attend.

Week 4
Wednesday 20 February 2019

Starts at: 2pm
Ends at: 3:30pm
Location: Lecture room 2, The Gateway

Research seminar
Topic: Unusual methodologies

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Denitsa Dineva‌Spring vacation
Monday 18 March 2019

Starts at: 2:30pm

"The link between consumerism, verbal aggression and social media"
Denitsa Dineva
Lecturer in Marketing
Edinburgh Napier University

Research seminar

Thematic Group: Organisations and Society.

Week 8
Monday 1 April 2019

Starts at: 11am
Ends at: 12 noon
Location: Meeting room 1, The Gateway

Reading group

Contact Philip Roscoe or François Puyou for details.

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations

Week 10
Monday 15 April 2019

Starts at: 11am
Ends at: 12 noon
Location: Meeting room 1, The Gateway

Reading group

Contact Philip Roscoe or François Puyou for details.

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations

Week 10
Wednesday 18 April 2019

Starts at: 4pm
Location: Seminar room 2, The Gateway

'Universal entry bookkeeping? Blockchain technology, organisational decentralisation, and accounting control'
Professor Martin Kornberger
EM Lyon, WU Wien and University of Edinburgh

Research seminar

Contact Philip Roscoe or François Puyou for details.

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations

Week 11
Thursday 25 April 2019

Starts at: 1pm
Ends at: 2pm
Location: Seminar room 6, The Gateway

'Leading effectively in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world: a changing constellation of leadership and personality characteristics'
Dr Michel Ehrenhard
University of Twente

Research seminar

Contact François Puyou for details, and if you would like to be included in the lunch which will be provided at 12.30.

Thematic Groups: Accounting, Governance and Organisations and Organisations and Society

Week 12
Monday 29 April 2019

Starts at: 2pm
Ends at: 3:30pm
Location: Boardroom, The Gateway

Seminar topic: Work in progress/Great ideas

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Week 12
Thursday 2 May 2019

Starts at: 3pm
Location: Lecture room 4, The Gateway

'Trading fees and intermarket competition'
Professor Marios Panayidis

Department of Accounting and Finance
University of Cyprus

Research seminar

Contact Kais Bouslah for a copy of the abstract.

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets
Hosted with the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance (CRBF).

The Burn - logo‌Week 13
Wednesday 8 May 2019 to Friday 10 May 2019

The Burn

Workshop/Retreat

Contact Lisi Gordon or Vicky Ward for details.

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Week 13
Thursday 9 May 2019

Starts at: 2pm
Ends at: 3pm
Location: Meeting room 1, The Gateway

Reading group

Contact Philip Roscoe or François Puyou for details.

Thematic Group: Accounting, Governance and Organisations

Week 15
Wednesday 22 May 2019

Starts at: 12:30pm
Ends at: 1:30pm
Location: Lecture room 2, The Gateway

Planning meeting for 2019 to 2020 academic year

Contact Vicky Ward for details and to confirm your attendance (along with any dietary requirements).

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Summer Week 1
Wednesday 5 June 2019

Starts at: 11am
Ends at: 12:30 - with lunch
Location: Boardroom, The Gateway

Pippa Coutts
Policy and Development Manager
Carnegie UK Trust

Topic: the co-production of evidence, spreading co-production principles from service development and design into evaluation and research, the Civic University Commission

Research seminar

Contact Vicky Ward for details and to confirm your attendance.

Thematic Group: Knowledge and Practice

Summer Week 1
Friday 7 June 2019

Starts at: 3.45pm
Location: Lecture rooms 3 and 4, The Gateway

"The Trouble with Instruments: The Need for Pre-Treatment Balance in Shock-IV Designs"
Professor Vladamir Atanasov
Mason School of Business
College of William and Mary

Research seminar

Contact Kais Bouslah for further details.

Thematic Group: Financial Institutions and Markets
Hosted with the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance (CRBF).

Gateway Boardroom

Past Research Seminars

See News – Archive for past seminars from previous years.