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Previous Research Seminars in Strategy, International Management & Entrepreneurship

The Department of Strategy, International Management & Entrepreneurship of King's Business School organises bi-weekly research seminars in finance. The following research seminars are from previous years. For current events run by Banking & Finance, please see the right sidebar.

 

2022/2023 Academic Year
  • 13 September 2022 (10.00 – 11.30, 13.00-14.30) – Professor Jon Bundy (Arizona State University), Ways to make a Theoretical Contribution; Toward an Organizational Theory of Cancellation
  • 29 September 2022 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Lilac Nachum (City University New York), GVC participation as a venue for firms’ upgrading? Models of global integration of African firms
  • 5 October 2022 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Moren Lévesque (Schulich School of Business, York University), It’s Time to Break Up: Dynamics Surrounding Young-Established Firm Alliance Duration
  • 12 October 2022 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Stephan Manning (University of Sussex), Building Creative Ecosystems for Social Change: The Role of Impact Producers in Film
  • 19 October 2022 (13.00-14.30) – Dr Gary Dushnitsky (London Business School), Where is Shopify Valley? Mapping Inclusion in Low-Code Entrepreneurship
  • 9 November 2022 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Dr Dries Faems (WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management), Developing An Integrated Approach For Topic Modeling In Management Research
  • 16 November 2022 (13.00-14.30)Joint Seminar with Department of Accounting & Finance, Professor Orly Sade (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Using AI and Behavioral Finance to Cope with Limited Attention and Reduce Overdraft Fees
  • 7 December 2022 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Dr Nicola Breugst (Technical University of Munich), How Founding Teams Navigate Contradictory Feedback
  • 25 January 2023 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Dr Christian Schwens (University of Cologne), ‘Learning to be well – Under which circumstances hybrid entrepreneurship shapes entrepreneurs’ psychological well-being’
  • 15 February 2023 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Pia Arenius (Emlyon Business School) - cancelled, to be rescheduled for the 2023-2024 academic year
  • 22 February 2023 (13.00-14.30) – Associate Professor Peter Kalum Shou (BI Norwegian Business School), cancelled, to be rescheduled for the 2023-2024 academic year
  • 15 March 2023 (13.00-14.30) – Professor Annabelle Gawer (University of Surrey),TBA
2021/2022 Academic Year
  • 6 October 2021 (12.00 – 13.30, online) – Dr Lourdes Sosa (London School of Economics), Choosing Disruption: Natural, Chemistry, and Biotech-Based Drug Discovery (Co-authored with Roberto M. Fernandez, MIT Organisational Studies and Andrew W. Lo, MIT Finance)
  • 3 November 2021 (12.00 – 13.30, online) – Dr Sara Soderstrom (University of Michigan), Practicing dialogue: How an organization can facilitate diverse collaborative action (Co-authored with Kathryn Heinze, University of Michigan)
  • 17 November 2021 (14.30 – 16.00, online) – Professor Sali Li (University of Southern California), What if one creates no content? Social Platform Performance under different intellectual property right regimes (Co-authored with Lian Chen, University of Melbourne and Yang Yang, Zhejiang University)
  • 24 November 2021 (12.00 – 13.30, online) – Dr Oli Mihalache (Vrije University Amsterdam), Internationalization and Global Performance of Mobile Apps: The Contingency Role of Apps Characteristics and Launch Strategies
  • 8 December 2021 (16.30 – 18.00, online) – Professor Saul Estrin (London School of Economics), The endogamy tradition and the business performance of informal owner-manager ventures in sub-Saharan Africa (Co-authored with Tomasz Mickiewicz, Aston University and Peng Zhang, Simon Fraser University)
  • 9 February 2022 (12.30 – 14.00, online) – Professor Martin Friesl (Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg), Taking individual choices seriously: How self-selection influences strategy work (Co-authored with Christoph Brielmaier, Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg and Leonard Dobusch, University of Innsbruck)
  • 9 March 2022 (12.30 – 14.00) – Professor Nicola Beugst (Technical University Munich), postponed to academic year 2022/23
  • 30 March 2022 (12.30 – 14.00) – Professor Julia Hautz (University of Innsbruck), How do open practices of inclusion affect individual-level implementation consequences (Co-authored with Thomas Ortner)
  • 6 April 2022, (10.00 – 16.00) – SIME Group Junior Faculty and PhD Conference
  • 27 April 2022, (12.30 – 14.00) – Professor Deniz Ucbarasan (Warwick University), postponed to academic year 2022/23
  • 25 May 2022, (12.30 – 14.00) – Professor Shaz Ansari (University of Cambridge), postponed to academic year 2022/23
2019/2020 Academic Year

Semester 1

  • 2 October 2019 – Kamini Gupta (King's Business School) – "The role of knowledge specialists in multiple goal pursuit: A field experiment', Bush House (S)2.05, 12.00-13.30
  • 2 October 2019 – Lucas Lauriano (King's Business School) – "Gay@work.com: Identity work when the online and offline worlds collide", Bush House (S)2.05, 12.00-13.30
  • 3 October 2019 – Andres Lopez (University of Buenos Aires-CONICET) – "Digitalization and knowledge-based services in natural resources activities: the agtech sector in Argentina", Bush House (SE)1.06, 12.00-13.30
  • 9 October 2019 – Lorenz Graf-Vlachy (University of Passau) – "Take My Word for It! Cognitive Frame Similarity and Contractual Clauses in Research and Development Collaborations", Bush House (S)2.05, 13.00-14.30
  • 23 October 2019 – Vincent Kunst (University of Liverpool) – "Managerial ownership and firm performance: the contextual boundaries of agency theory", Bush House (S)2.05, 12.00-13.30
  • 6 November 2019 – Abraham Carmeli (Tel Aviv University) – TBA, Bush House (SE)1.08, 13.00-14.30
  • 27 November 2019 – Grazia Santangelo (Copenhagen Business School) – TBA, Bush House (S)2.05, 13.00-14.30
2018/2019 Academic Year
  • 3 October 2018 – Andrew Spicer (University of South Carolina) – “The institutional context of informal entrepreneurship: A state capabilities perspective”, Bush House, Room (S)2.05, 13.00-14.30

  • 17 October 2018 – Shaz Ansari (Cambridge Judge Business School) – “From Patañjali to the gospel of sweat: Yoga’s remarkable transformation into a multi-billion dollar market”, Bush House, Room (S)2.05, 13.00-14.30

  • 24 October 2018 – Anna Rebmann (King's Business School) – Research Overview, Bush House, Room (S)2.05, 13.00-14.30

  • 7 November 2018 – Antonio Majocchi (University of Pavia) – “Family firm internationalization”, Bush House, Room (S)2.01, 13.00-14.30

  • 13 November 2018 – Joep Cornelissen (Rotterdam School of Management) – "Rekindling purpose and passion: How the re-keying of a hybrid identity fosters and sustains social enterprise emergence”, Bush House, Room (S)3.01, 12.30-14.00

  • 28 November 2018 – Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki (Leeds Business School) – “SME internationalization beyond exporting: A knowledge-based perspective across managers and advisers”, Bush House, Room (NE)1.02, 13.00-14.30

  • 5 December 2018 – Victoria Rodner (University of Stirling) – “Religious omnivorisity: How spiritual capital enables religious transits in Brazil””, Bush House, Room (NE)1.02, 13.00-14.30

 

 

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