Department seminars and events

Department seminars and events

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

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

Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance | Department of Applied Finance | Department of Actuarial Studies and Business Analytics | Department of Economics | Department of Marketing | Department of Management

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Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance

Our department shares our research with the wider community through the Jill McKinnon Research Seminar Series. These seminars are free and open to any academic/researcher.

If you would like to speak in the Jill McKinnon Seminar Series, please contact Emeritus Professor Graeme Harrison on + 61 (2) 9850 8515.

More technology, more stress: Managing technology-induced stress – 31 May

Technology engulfs our lives. From the way we communicate, the way we learn, our mobility – technology is all around us. Given all the advantages that using technology has provided us, we’re happy to be able to use it in every aspect of our lives. We have become so attached to using technology, such as our phones, that for the majority of us it’s the first thing we reach for in the morning and the last thing we scroll through at night.

Society’s heavy reliance and dependency on technology today has had collateral consequences. The impact of technology on our mental and physical health can be devastating if we don’t keep ourselves in check. If left unattended, technology-related stress can cause depression, poor sleep, memory loss, decreased concentration, diminished productivity or stomach discomfort.

The Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance at Macquarie University is hosting this interactive workshop to raise awareness of the negative impacts that technology can have on you and those around you; access tools to help you better manage your use of technology and improve your resilience to technology-induced stress. Participants will also be shown how technology-related stress affects us and what steps can be taken to better cope with the negative technology-induced stress in our lives and harness the power of positive technology-induced stress.

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Jill McKinnon research seminars

Date/timeSpeakerTitle/areaVenue
May 16, 2019 11:00-12:15

Professor Mandy Cheng

UNSW Business School

The Influence of Control Choice and Partner’s Prior Transactional Experience on Partner’s Trust and Cooperativeness in New CollaborationsMGSM
Meeting Room 265/7
May 30, 2019 11:00-12:15

Dr Brett Considine

King’s Business School -King's College London

The Auditability of Professional Scepticism 12WW 801 (E7A)
June 13, 2019 11:00-12:15

Professor Niamh Brennan

University College Dublin

TBA4EAR 623 (E4A)
August 15, 2019 11:00-12:15

Dr Sammy Ying

Newcastle Business School The University of Newcastle

TBA 12WW 801 (E7A)
August 29, 2019 11:00-12:15

Associate Professor Richard Morris

UNSW Business School

TBA 12WW 801 (E7A)
September 12, 2019 11:00-12:15

Scientia Professor Ken Trotman

UNSW Business School

TBA 12WW 801 (E7A)
October 3, 2019 11:00-12:15

Professor Sue Newberry

The University of Sydney Business School

TBA 12WW 801 (E7A)
October 17, 2019 11:00-12:15

Professor Michael Davern

The University of Melbourne

TBA 12WW 801 (E7A)
October 31, 2019 11:00-12:15

Associate Professor Eva Tsahuridu

RMIT University

TBA 12WW 801 (E7A)
November 7, 2019 11:00-12:15

Professor Grantley Taylor

Curtin University

TBA 12WW 801 (E7A)

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Past Jill McKinnon research seminars

Date/timeSpeakerTitle/areaVenue
March 15, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Professor Gregory Jonas

Case Western Reserve University

Does earnings guidance increase earnings management behaviour?

12WW 801 (E7A)
March 22, 2018
11:00 - 12:15
Professor Christian Nielsen

Copenhagen Business School
From innovation performance to business performance75TR 3114 Continuum Meeting Rm
March 29, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Ms Noleen Yin

Australian National University

Benford’s law and the numbers in financial statements 12WW 801 (E7A)
April 12, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Professor David Brown

University of Technology Sydney

Management control systems and managerial attention 12WW 801 (E7A)
May 3, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Professor Robyn Moroney

Monash University

Skeptical judgment and skeptical action: The combined effect of partner tone and team identity

12WW 801 (E7A)
May 17, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Dr Shan Zhou

The University of Sydney 

The implications of having a common Big4 firm to attest to both financial and non-financial information 12WW 801 (E7A)
May 31, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Dr Kate Thuy Mai

La Trobe University

Systems view of life, social interaction and implications for accounting research

12WW 801 (E7A)
August 16, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Dr Philip Sinnadurai

Macquarie University

Shareholder Wealth Impacts of Government Subsidization - Evidence from Malaysia 12WW 801 (E7A)
August 30, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

A/Professor George Shan

University of Western Australia Business School

Signaling through corporate philanthropy: An investigation of excess donations

12WW 801 (E7A)
September 6, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Professor Lutz Kolbe

University of Göttingen

How to better the world by artefacts…and still stay afloat publishing: The case of smart mobility

4ER 523 (E4A)
September 13, 2018
15:00 - 16:15

Dr Chris Adrian

Monash University

Proximity to political power and audit fees
4ER 523 (E4A)
October 4, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Dr Mauricio Marrone

Macquarie University

How can artificial intelligence help you write your next research article? 12WW 801 (E7A)
October 25, 2018
11:00 - 12:15

Professor Chris Van Staden

Auckland University of Technology

The influence of civil liberty and external assurance on corporate social and environmental transparency: a study of financial institutions 12WW 801 (E7A)
November 1, 2018
11:00 - 12:15
Dr Helen Yee

The University of Sydney Business School
The Quest for Professionalism and Professional Independence: Structural Reform of the Chinese Public Accounting Profession in the 1990's 12WW 801 (E7A)
March 14, 2019 11:00-12:15

Professor Rachel Baskerville

Victoria University of Wellington

Culturally-specific impacts on audit practice: An Indonesian case study 12WW 801 (E7A)
March 28, 2019 11:00-12:15

Professor Neil Fargher

Australian National University

Benefits and costs of the enhanced auditor's report: Initial evidence from Australia

12WW 801 (E7A)
April 11, 2019 11:00-12:15

Associate Professor Yaowen Shan

University of Technology Sydney

Do High-Quality Auditors Affect Non-GAAP Reporting? 12WW 801 (E7A)
May 2, 2019 11:45-13:00

Professor Sid Gray

The University of Sydney Business School

Institutional Factors, Transparency and Accounting for Goodwill: Impairment Recognition under IFRS in Europe

12WW 801 (E7A)

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.

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Department of Applied Finance

We hold a number of specialised events/conferences/workshops throughout the year bringing together academics, practitioners, alumni, students and interested members of the community.

These events attract some of the top researchers and industry practitioners from around the world to explore and discuss about various issues on the future of this profession.

All seminars precede with reception and morning tea at 10:30 am. Please contact Sri Modali via email on: sri.modali@mq.edu.au for any further details.

Seminar series 2019

Date/timeSpeaker Paper titles
17th May, 2019 Dr Zhuo (Joe) Zhang from University of Melbourne TBA
31st May, 2019 Professor Tony He from UTS TBA

Past seminars

Date/timeSpeakerTopic
Friday 16th November, 2018

Seminar Room 623
Associate Professor Buhui Qiu
The University of Sydney Business School,
University of Sydney
Inter-industry Labor Mobility and Corporate Performance Disclosures
Friday 9th November, 2018 Professor Antje Berndt
Australian National University
How Does Low for Long Impact Credit Risk Premia?
Friday 2nd November, 2018 Professor Sue Wright
University of Newcastle
The Effect of Sanctions on Continuous Disclosure under the Responsive Enforcement Strategy: Evidence from Australia
Friday 26th October, 2018 Dr Xiaolu Hu 
RMIT
Shopping the rating: Evidence from Chinese Corporate bond market
Friday 19th October, 2018 Dr Stanley Choi & Mr Wentao Ma
Australian National University
CEO's Political Connections and the Detection of Corporate Frauds
Tuesday 9th October, 2018

Seminar Room 623
Professor Ran Duchin
University of Washington
Dissecting Conglomerates
Friday 5th October, 2018 Dr Ostap Okhrin
Technische Universitat Dresden
Flexible HAR Model for Realized Volatility
Friday 28th September, 2018 Mr Andreas Schrimpf
Banks for International Settlements (BIS)
Non-Monetary News in Central Bank Communication
Friday 14th September, 2018 Dr Sean Wu
Queensland University of Technology
Government Spending Shocks and Firm Innovation
Thursday 13th September,2018
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Dr Lawrence Jin
The California Institute of Technology
Efficient Coding and Risky Choice
Friday 7th September, 2018 Petra Andrlikova
The University of Sydney
Asymmetric Dependence of Returns, Habits and Heterogeneous Cash-flow Risk
Friday 31st August, 2018 Dr Ruchith Dissanayake
The Queensland University of Technology
Income Tax Shocks, Political Cycles and Asset Prices
Friday 24th August, 2018

Seminar Room 623
Dr Ehud Ronn
University of Texas Austin
Using Equity, Index and Commodity Options to Obtain Forward - Looking Betas and Conditional-CAPM Expected Crude-POL Spot Prices
Friday 17th August, 2018

Seminar Room 623
Professor Takeshi Yamada
Australian National University
The Impact of the BOJ Large-scale Purchases of ETFs: Reduction of Floating Shares and Market Quality
Friday 10th August, 2018 Professor Xiangkang Yin
Deakin University
Are Authorized Participants of Exchange Traded Funds Informed Traders?
Friday 3rd August, 2018 Associate Professor
Philip Gharighori
Monash University
Internet search intensity and its relation with trading activity and stock returns
Friday 8th June, 2018

Seminar Room 623
Dr Zhangxin (Frank) Liu
The University of Western Australia
Cross-Listings and Dividend Size and Stability: Evidence from China
Friday 1st June, 2018 Dr Juan Sotes-Paladino
The University of Melbourne
Riding the Bubble with Convex Incentives
Friday 25th May, 2018 Dr Vitali Alexeev
University of Technology Sydney
Corruption-conscious international investment strategies
Friday 18th May, 2018 Yang Hao & Henry Leung
The University of Sydney
Partial Moment Momentum
Friday 11th May, 2018 Dr Kai Li
University of Technology Sydney
Extrapolative Asset Pricing
Friday 4th May, 2018 Dr Le Zhang
University of New South Wales
Monitoring the Monitor: Distracted Institutional Investors and Board Governance
Friday 13th April, 2018

Seminar Room 723
Dr Chunhua Lan
University of New South Wales
Cashflow timing vs discount-rate timing: An examination of mutual fund market-timing skills
Friday 6th April, 2018 David Bell
University of New South Wales
Value, Momentum and Multi-Period Portfolio Construction
Thursday 29th March, 2018

Seminar Room 523
Associate Professor
Lei Gao
Iowa State University
Standing out from the crowd via corporate social responsibility: Evidence from non-fundamental-driven price pressure
Friday 23rd March, 2018 Professor Bohui Zhang
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Panda Games: Corporate Disclosure in the Eclipse of Search
Friday 9th March, 2018 Dr Alexander Vadilyev
Australian National University
How Sensitive Is Savings-Cash Flow Sensitivity to Financial Development and Uncertainty Shocks?
Friday 2nd March, 2018 Professor Marcel Prokopzcuk
University of Hannover
High-Frequency Betas and the Conditional CAPM
Monday 12th February, 2018

Seminar Room 623
Professor Nicole Darnall
Arizona State University
Ecolabel Credibility and Sustainable Purchasing

Department of Actuarial Studies and Business Analytics

These seminars attract some of the top researchers in actuarial studies, quantitative finance and business analytics from within Australia and internationally.

Any changes to the date, time or location will be updated. Please contact Katie West via email: katie.west@mq.edu.au for any further details.

Upcoming seminars – semester 1 2019

Date/TimeSpeakerTopicLocation
Wed 8 May 2019 Research Morning Tea: ASBA Department members TBC 4ER
Room 623
Wed 22 May 2019 Marcel Scharth, University of Sydney Causal Inference using Machine Learning 4ER
Room 623
Wed 29 May 2019 Juri Hinz, University of Technology Sydney TBC 4ER
Room 623
Wed 5 June 2019 Daniël Hemant Linders, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign TBC 4ER, Room 623
Wed 12 June 2019 Thomas Bernhardt, Heriot-Watt University TBC 4ER, Room 623

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Past seminars

Date/TimeSpeakerTopicLocation
Wed 10 April 2019 Gareth Peters, Heriott-Watt University Using and choosing utility functions in portfolio construction and product design 4ER
Room 623
Wed 3 April 2019 Geoff Warren, The Australian National University  Recent Developments in Monte Carlo Methods for Cointegration Models with Applications in Commodity Trading 4ER
Room 623
Wed 27 March 2019Rudi Zagst, The Technical University of MunichBehavioral Finance Driven Investment Strategies4ER
Room 623
Wed 27 February 2019Marco Wilkens, University of AugsbergCarbon Risk4ER
Room 623
Wed 13 February 2019Research Morning Tea: ASBA Department membersResearch Morning Tea: presentations on research ideas and projects4ER
Room 523
Wed 30 January 2019Jaime Casassus, Catholic University of ChileAdjusted Money's Worth Ratios in Life Annuities4ER
Room 623
Wed 14 November 2018Mogens Steffenson
University of Denmark
Consumption-Investment-Insurance Problems4ER
Room 623
Wed 7 November 2018 (x 2) Chi Truong
Macquarie University 
Stefan Trueck
Macquarie University
A Bayesian Real Options Model for Adaptation to Catastrophic Risk under Climate Change Uncertainty (Chi Truong)

Power Purchase Agreements and Solar Securitization: Modelling Risk Factors and Returns (Stefan Trueck)
4ER
Room 523
Wed 31 October 2018 Katja Ignatieva
UNSW
Credit portfolio loss: Assessing the Number of Defaults with Generalised Pareto Distributions and Survival Archimedean Copulas 4ER
Room 623
Wed 29 August 2018 Hume Wiznar
Macquarie University
P-values, Interocular tests, Effects size and my slow conversion to Bayesian thinking 4ER
Room 623
Wed 22 August 2018  Marcel Kleiber
Leipniz Universität Hannover
Modeling Traffic Accidents Caused by Random Misperception 4ER
Room 623
Wed 8 August 2018 Professor Stan Uryasev
University of Florida
Risk Management with POE, VaR, CVaR, and bPOE: Applications in Finance

4ER
Room 623

Department of Economics

Holds regular seminars and public lectures for students, staff, alumni and members of the community, and often convenes international conferences and workshops. We invite international leaders of their fields and other special guest speakers as well as our own leading academics to present on their ongoing research.

Reception & morning tea commences at 10:45 am. Contact Kathy Ge on kathy.ge@mq.edu.au for further information on any of our upcoming seminars.

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Past seminars

Date

Speaker

Title/links

Monday 10th December, 2018

Associate Professor Dalibor Stevanovic from ESG, Universit´e du Qu´ebec `a Montr´eal

How is Machine Learning Useful for Macroeconomic Forecasting

Thursday 15th November, 2018

Dr Sarah Walker from UNSW

Agency in Child Labor Decisions: Evidence from Kenya (Joint with Anne Bartlett)

Thursday 18th October, 2018

ECON - MUCHE Seminar

Venue: Finance Decision Lab 
4 Eastern Road  (E4A-110)

Professor Michael Shields from Monash University

The causal effect of education on chronic health conditions

Thursday 11th October, 2018

Dr Jayanta Sarkar from Queensland University of Technology

Does Parental Behaviour Affect Involvement in Child Health Programs? Evidence from PEACHTM

Thursday 4th October, 2018

Venue: Finance Decision Lab 
4 Eastern Road  (E4A-110)

Professor Russell Smyth from Monash University

How effective is social capital in spreading political ideas? Evidence from ‘Facebook likes’ in the 2015 Queensland and 2017 Western Australian state elections

Thursday 13th September, 2018
(2:00pm - 3:00pm)

Dr Thomas Tao Yang from Australian National University

Robust Estimation and Inference for Importance Sampling Estimators with Infinite Variance

Thursday 23rd August, 2018

Dr Radhika Lahiri From Queensland University of Technology

Dimensions of Human Capital and Technological Diffusion

Thursday 16th August, 2018

ECON - MUCHE Seminar

Venue: Finance Decision Lab 
4 Eastern Road  (E4A-110)

Professor Luke Connelly from University of Queensland

Rain, Rain, Go Away: Weather and Children’s Time Allocation

Tuesday 12th August, 2018

Professor Kajal Lahiri from University at Albany, State University of New York

Forecast Combination for Binary Targets

Thursday 9th August, 2018

Associate Professor Alicia Rambaldi from University of Queensland

Comparing and Reconciling Price Indices in Temporal Hierarchies

Thursday 12 July, 2018

Professor Juan Prieto-Rodriguez from Universidad de Oviedo, Spain

Unobserved Heterogeneity In Art Market Prices: Evidence From Surrealism

Thursday 14th June, 2018

Venue: Finance Decision Lab 
4 Eastern Road  (E4A-110)

A/Professor Brendan Beare from University of California, San Diego

Geometrically stopped Markovian random growth processes and Pareto tails

Thursday 7th June, 2018

Dr John Tang from Australian National University

The Samurai Bond: Credit Supply and Economic Growth in Pre-War Japan

Thursday 31st May, 2018

Dr Xiaogang Che from Durham University

Supervisory Efficiency, Collusion, and Contract Design

Thursday 24th May, 2018

ECON - MUCHE Seminar

Dr Olena Stavrunova from University of Technology Sydney

The Effects of Australian Natural Disasters

Friday 18th May, 2018

Venue: E4A - 623

Seminar Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm

Professor Nejat Anbarci Chair & Professor in Economics from Deakin University

Preemptive versus Counter Offers with Investments in Fallback Positions

Thursday 17th May, 2018

Associate Professor Shyamal Chowdhury from University of Sydney

Racial discrimination and white first name adoption: a field experiment in the Australian labour market

Tuesday 15th May, 2018

Venue: Finance Decision Lab 
4 Eastern Road  (E4A-110)

Professor Soo Hong Chew from National University of Singapore

Does Haze Cloud Decision Making? A Natural Laboratory Experiment

Thursday 10th May, 2018

Professor Jyoti Chandiramani from Symbiosis International, Pune Maharashtra India

India's Development Agenda from MDGs to SDGs

Thursday 3rd May, 2018

Rosella Nicolini from from University of Autonoma de Barcelona

City-center and location decisions: Barcelona over one century

Thursday 12th April, 2018

ECON - MUCHE Seminar

Associate Professor Shiko Maruyama from University of Technology Sydney

An Incentive Program with Almost No Incentive: An Overlooked Benefit of Pay-For-Performance

Thursday 29th March, 2018

Professor Tatsuto Yukihara (Jinjun XUE),

Economic Research Center, Nagoya University, Japan, Director or Global low-carbon Economy

Global Income Inequality and Carbon Inequality

Thursday 22nd March, 2018

Dr Raymond Li from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

CHINA’S INFLUENCE ON CRUDE OIL PRICES
(By Raymond Li and Yuchen Hu Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Tuesday 13th March, 2018

Professor Helmut Lutkepohl from DIW Berlin

Bootstrapping Impulse Responses of Structural Vector Autoregressive Models with GARCH Residuals

Thursday 1st March, 2018

Professor Gary Magee from Monash University

Legally Irrelevant Factors in Judicial Decision Making: Battle Deaths and the Imposition of the Death Penalty in Nazi Germany

Tuesday 6th February, 2018

ECON - MGSM Seminar Venue:

MGSM Theatre 102, 99 Talavera Road Macquarie Park, NSW 2113

Morning tea starts at 10:45 am in the Foyer area of the MGSM Hotel

Dr Cary Deck

From University of Alabama

The Effects of Different Cognitive Manipulations on Decision Making

Friday 16th February, 2018

ECON - MGSM Seminar Venue:

MGSM Theatre 101, 99 Talavera Road Macquarie Park, NSW 2113

Morning tea starts at 10:45 am in the Foyer area of the MGSM Hotel

Professor Guillaume Frechette

Associate Editor of Econometrica

New York University

Rules and Commitment in Communication and is (co-authored with Alessandro Lizzeri & Jacopo Perego)

Department of Marketing

Throughout the year, the Department of Marketing holds specialised seminars for students, staff, alumni and members of the community. Each semester special guest speakers present their industry knowledge and insight into the profession. The Department’s own academics also present seminars in the field of their ongoing research.

Marketing Seminar series 2019

Date/Time

Speaker

Title

Venue

8 Mar 2019

1-3pm

Dr Kiju Jung, University of Sydney

Effective Complaining: Effects of Linguistics Characteristics of Consumer Complaints on Firm Decisions for Relief Provision

4EaR 523

8 Mar 2019

1-3pm

Dr Yi Li, Macquarie University

The “Healthy=Light” Heuristic

4EaR 523

22 Mar 2019

1-3pm

Prof Marc Fischer, University of Technology Sydney

Evaluating the Firm Brand Exploitation Strategy: A Value-based Approach

4EaR 723

22 Mar 2019

1-3pm

A/Prof Ralf Wilden, Macquarie University

Crowdsourcing without profit: the role of the seeker in open social innovation

4EaR 723

5 Apr 2019

1-3pm

Prof Ellen Garbarino, University of Sydney

Materialism, Motives and Wellbeing

4EaR 523

5 Apr 2019

1-3pm

Dr Jun Yao, Macquarie University

Consumer Responses to Simultaneous Changes in Price and Size of Packaged Goods: The Moderating Role of Unit Pricing

4EaR 523

3 May 2019

1-3pm

Dr Krithika Randhawa, University of Technology Sydney

Towards Understanding the Microfoundations of Open Innovation

4EaR 523

3 May 2019

1-3pm

Mr Muhammad Abid, PhD Student, Macquarie University

Consumer bricolage: Construct development and measurement

4EaR 523

17 May 2019

1-3pm

Prof Simon Bell, University of Melbourne

Employee-Customer Improvisation

4EaR 723

17 May 2019

1-3pm

Dr Abas Mirzaei, Macquarie University

Product Line Breadth Success: A Wider Perspective Challenges Our Understanding

4EaR 723

31 May 2019

1-3pm

Dr Adrian Camilleri, University of Technology Sydney

Provision of sales volume information influences consumer’s preferences via perceived purchase and word-of-mouth popularity

4EaR 723

31 May 2019

1-3pm

Dr Stephanie Huang, Macquarie University

Chinese Internal Migrants’ Wellbeing Production within Systemic Constraints

4EaR 723

ANZMAC Mid-Year Doctoral Colloquium 2019 (two days)

The ANZMAC Mid-Year Doctoral Colloquium 2019, proudly hosted by the Department of Marketing is open to doctoral students who are at any stage of their doctoral training. Doctoral students will present their research and receive feedback and mentorship from senior researchers. The Colloquium will be chaired by leading scholars who have expertise in topics including consumer behaviour, services marketing, branding, marketing strategy, Innovation, B2B, B2C and research design.

If you are interested in attending please contact the conference co-chair, Dr Vida Siahtiri: anzmac.dc@mq.edu.au.

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Department of Management

We hold specialised seminars for students, staff, alumni and members of the community. Each semester special guest speakers present their industry knowledge and insight into the profession. The Department’s own academics also present seminars in the field of their ongoing research.

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Past seminars

Date/timeSpeaker Title and link to abstractVenueEnquiries
4 Sep 18
1pm-2pm

Professor Richard J Badham, Department of Management, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

(Mis) Leading Change – Rethinking How We Manage & Lead Change

4ER 623 seminar room Yang Yang
21 Jun 18
1pm-2pm

Associate Professor Patrick Raymund James M. Garcia, PhD, Department of Management, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Department of Management First Research Brown Bag Session 4ER 623 seminar room Yang Yang
15 Jun 18
1pm-2pm
Professor Bella Galperrin, Associate Derector/Teco Energy Center for Leadership; Hohn H. Sykes College of Business, The Univeristy of Tempa, Florida, U.S. Is Boredom the Root of All Evil? Understanding the Determinants of Workplace Deviance 4ER 523 seminar room Yang Yang
12 Jun 18
1pm-2pm
Professor Bella Galperrin, Associate Derector/Teco Energy Center for Leadership; Hohn H. Sykes College of Business, The Univeristy of Tempa, Florida, U.S.

Workplace Deviance: A greater understanding toward constructive and destructive deviance

4ER FDL Yang Yang
5 Jun 18 1pm-2pm

Dr Nina Kivinen, Senior lecurer, Abo Akademi University School for Business and Economics, Finland.

"Brand work": Constructing the assemblage in two girls' magazines 4ER 623 seminar room Yang Yang
16 May 18
1pm-2pm
Professor John A. Mathews, Hon
Professor of Department of Management, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Global Green Shift: China as Driver 4ER 623 seminar room Yang Yang
7th March 18 1pm-2pm

Professor Vilma Luoma-aho
Professor of Corporate Communication, Vice Dean of Research at the Jyväskylä University School for Business and Economics (JSBE), Finland.

Mr. Matias Lievonen, PhD Candidate, University of Jyväskylä

Brand Hijacked 4ER 623 seminar room Yang Yang
21st Feb 18 1pm-2pm Prof. Dr. Hugo M. Kehr, Chair of Psychology, Technische Universität München, TUM School of ManagementTransformational Leadership Meets Follower Motives 4ER (E4A) 623 Yang Yang

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