Conferences

Conferences

Our faculty and guest speakers cover a range of topics with the wider community in these organised conferences.

Our goal is to promote stimulating conversations between faculty, students, alumni and members of the community. These conferences are free and open to any academic and/or researcher.

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16th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning

Conceptual frameworks, theories and models of intellectual capital management and knowledge management have been evolving for over two decades. Both academic researchers and practitioners have posited that their successful employ benefits organisations by improving their operations, personnel management, and strategy development.

At this juncture it may be useful to assess the impact of all this work on actual performance outcomes. How has the theory and practice of intellectual capital and knowledge management actually influenced organisations? What are notable outcomes and how do they inform future thinking and design? Has the management of intangibles really paid off?

Explore these themes further at the 16th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning (ICICKM). The conference attracts academics and practitioners from over 35 countries involved in various aspects of intellectual capital and knowledge management. See registrations/abstract submissions.

Risk: Modelling, Optimisation and Inference

A joint UNSW–Macquarie University Workshop 'Risk: Modelling, optimization and inference' with applications in finance, insurance and superannuation, will be held at Macquarie University’s City Campus.

This workshop, held every second year, will discuss high quality research in areas of risk modelling with particular emphasis on applications in finance, insurance and superannuation. It will reflect recent events and current issues facing those managing risk across different sectors, allowing academic research to be profiled while considering its direct application to industry.

Talks will be at a level suitable for post-graduate and advanced undergraduate students, as well as for researchers and practitioners working in the superannuation, finance and insurance sectors, who would like to learn more about the mathematical, statistical and operations research aspects of risk.

More information, including speaker profiles, can be found on the event website.

Content owner: Macquarie Business School Last updated: 22 Nov 2019 2:00pm

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