Research seminars

Research seminars

International Business and Strategy at Henley Business School hosts a weekly seminar series during University term-time, with presentations by both internal and external speakers.

Our seminars take place on Wednesdays, at Henley Business School (Whiteknights Campus), between 13.00 and 14.30. Seminars are open to all academic staff, PhD students, and other students on certain degree programmes. Lunch is provided

Seminars are co-ordinated by Prof Peter Scott, Henley Business School.

 

Upcoming seminars in the Summer term 2015/16

20 April, 2016

Venue and Time: 13.00-14.30, Room G09, ICMA

Speaker: Dr Akram Al Ariss, Toulouse Business School

Topic: The Art of Agile Talent Management: Dynamic Alignment with Multicultural Experience and Organizational Context

27 Apr, 2016

Venue and Time: 13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Andrew Kakabadse, Henley Business School

Topic: TBC

27 Apr, 2016

Venue and Time: 17:00-18:30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Chang Hoon Oh, Beedie School of Business

Topic: Melting pot or tribe? Societal level ethnic diversity and its effect on subsidiary ownership and employee productivity.

11 May, 2016

Venue and Time: 13:00-14:30, Room 108, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Prof Mark Casson, Henley Business School

Topic: TBC

11 May, 2016

Venue and Time: 17.00-18.30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Lars Håkanson, Copenhagen Business School

Topic: TBC

18 May, 2016

Venue and Time: 13:00-14:30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Elena Beleska-Spasova, Henley Business School

Topic: TBC

25 May, 2016

Venue and Time: 13:00-14:30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Peter Miskell, Henley Business School

Topic: TBC

25 May, 2016

Venue and Time: 17:00-18:30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Ajai Gaur, Rutgers Business School

Topic: TBC

1 June, 2016

Venue and Time: 13:00-14:30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Stéphane Girod, Henley Business School

Topic:  tbc.

8 June, 2016

Venue and Time: 13:00-14:30, Room 108, HBS

Henley Business School research seminar

8 June, 2016

Venue and Time: 17:00-18:30, Room 108, HBS

Speaker: Dr Denise Tsang, Henley Business School

Topic: TBC

Spring Term Research Seminars 2015/16

13 Jan, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Prof Rajneesh Narula, Henley Business School

Control without ownership: what can R&D alliances tell us about non-equity activity by MNEs?

20 Jan, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room  108, HBS

Prof Jose Lannes de Melo, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil

The Gerdau Group: The Creation of a Global Competitor

3 Feb, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Prof Davide Castellani, Henley Business School

Quality of governance and inward FDI: does within-country heterogeneity matter?

10 Feb, 2016

13.00-14.00, G11 Lecture Theatre, HBS

Henley Business School seminar

Prof James Walker, Henley Business School

Preferences for Impact Versus Publications

 17 Feb, 2016

NO SEMINAR

24 Feb, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Dr Lucy Newton, Henley Business School

Crisis and accountability: bank management, directors and the governance of joint-stock banks, 1826-1844

17.00-18.00, Room 108, HBS

Dr Shlomo Tarba, University of Birmingham

To acquire or not to acquire - That is only ONE question: The Human Side of M&A

2 March, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Prof Beata Javorcik, University of Oxford

Former Foreign Affiliates: Cast Out and Outperformed?

9 March, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Dr Maksim Belitski and Dr Anna Spadavecchia, Henley Business School

Innovation within Regions: Specialisation or Diversification Externalities? Evidence from UK Firm-Level Data

16 March, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Dr Rita Fontinha, Henley Business School

Strategic Contractual Choices: The Quality of Working Life of Temporary and Permanent Academics and Researchers in the UK

23 March, 2016

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Dr Chul Chung, Henley Business School

Cost Efficiency or Ease of HQ Control?: A Study of Location Choices for HR Shared Services in MNEs 

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 Autumn Term Research Seminars 2015/16

7 Oct, 2015

13.00-14.30, Room 108, HBS

Prof James Walker, Henley Business School

Academic Journal Guide (formerly the ABS List) and the “ecosystem of assessment” in UK Business Schools: Evidence from a Large Scale Survey in 2015

14 Oct, 2015

Room 108, HBS

Dr Quyen Nguyen, Henley Business School

The Subsidiaries of Multinational Enterprises Operate Regionally, not Globally

22 Oct, 2015

Room G10, HBS

Prof Roberta Rabellotti, Universitá di Pavia

Do Acquisitions Boost Patents? An empiricial analysis on Chinese and Indian Emerging Market Multinationals in Europe, Japan and USA

28 Oct, 2015

Room 108, HBS

Prof Paul Sparrow, Lancaster University Business School

Global Talent Management: A New Bridge Field

4 Nov, 2015

Room 108, HBS

*Please note no seminar takes place on this day

 

11 Nov, 2015

Room 108, HBS

Dr Martin Purvis, University of Leeds

Before they were famous: the fortunes of Marks and Spencer c.1907-1926

 

18 Nov, 2015

Room 108, HBS

Dr Sorin Krammer, University of Groningen

Selection of International Partners for Technoological Alliances: The Role of Institutional Distance, Colonial and Economic Ties

 

25 Nov, 2015

Room 108, HBS

Dr Peder Greve, Henley Business School

Top Management Team Influence and Discretion in Foreign Market Entry Mode Decisions

 

2 Dec, 2015

Room  108, HBS

Dr Kristin Brandl, Henley Business School

Building service provider capabilities: The impact of clients and service types in service offshore outsourcing

9 Dec, 2015

Room 108, HBS

Prof Maite Alguacil, Universitat Jaume I, Spain

Firm Heterogeneity and Location Choice of European Multinationals

 

To view details of our previous research seminars in International Business and Strategy, see below:

Research Seminars Autumn 2015

Research Seminars Summer 2015

Research Seminars Spring 2015

Research Seminars Autumn 2014

Research Seminars Summer 2014

Research Seminars Spring 2014

Research Seminars Autumn 2013

Research Seminars Spring 2013

Research Seminars Autumn 2012

Research Seminars Summer 2012

Research Seminars Spring 2012

 

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Contact us

If you have any questions, please contact Daria Radwan by email at d.m.radwan@henley.ac.uk or by phone on +44 (0) 118 378 6597.