Research Seminars

 

NU GSB research seminars are open to all members of the community. In addition to invited speakers, we have periodic seminars presented by our faculty and faculty from Fuqua school of Business, Duke University. We also host a monthly Research Brown Bag which is open to NU GSB faculty and invited researchers

2018

 

       
Date Room Time Presenter Affiliation Title
September 28 3038 12:30-13:30 Haris Doumanidis NUGSB Manufacturing Research and Innovation: Technology Management and Business Lessons Learned
 August 28  3038  12:30-13:30 David Robinson  NUGSB  Knowledge, Fear and Beliefs: Household Demand for Socially Responsible Investments 
August 24  3038   12:30-13:30  Chris Ahlin  NUGSB  Making Gini Conditional:A Regression-Based Tool for Understanding Inequality 
June 7 3037 12:00-13:00 Thierry Post NUGSB GSB Brown Bag
May 31 3037 12:00-13:00 A.Banerjee
NUGSB
GSB Brown Bag
May 18 3037 12:00-13:00 Gabriel Hawawini INSEAD Outward Internationalization of Higher Education Institutions: Motives, Challenges and Benefits
May 4  3037 12:00-13:00 Tuuli Hakkarainen NUGSB Cognition over geography? Creating shared cognitive ground for expertise sharing in MNCs
April 13 3037 12:00-13:00 Zhijian Cui
NUGSB
Scoring vs. Ranking: An Experimental Study of Idea Evaluation Processes” by Zhijian Cui, Associate Professor, Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business
March 30 3037 12:00-13:00 Anatoli Colicev NUGSB

How main street drives wall street:customer satisfaction, short sellers, stock returns, and risk

March 5 3037 12:00-13:00 Bharath Sarath Rutgers University
February 27 3037 12:00-13:00 Doron Israeli, Atanu Rakshit NUGSB Trust and Pricing Efficiency
February 23 3037 12:00-13:00 Zhijian Cui NUGSB
February 16  3037 12:00-13:00 Tom Vinaimont City University of Hong Kong Double Bids for Dual-Class Shares
January 18 3037 12:00-13:00 Samer Abdelnour Erasmus University Social Enterprise Intervention and Risk in Postwar Sudan

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Upcoming Events

Research Seminar “Bayesian Consumer Profiling” presented by Thomas Otter, Professor of Marketing, Goethe University Frankfurt.
On February 29, join our online session with FTMBA students Anthony Heykoop and Vyenyera Shyndaulyet
26 February 2020 at 6.30pm