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Research Seminars

On February 16, 2012, Hemant K. Bhargava, Professor at UC Davis Graduate School of Management, USA, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Retailer-Driven Product Bundling in a Distribution Channel”


On April 13, 2012, Laura Guillen, Professor at European School of Management and Technology  (ESMT), Germany, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“When opposites hurt: Similarity in control in leader-follower dyads as a predictor of job performance evaluations”


On April 11, 2012, Alec Morton, Professor at London School of Economics, UK, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Patrolling Games”


On Mars 29, 2012, Harjoat Bhamra, Professor at Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Canada, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Asset Prices with Heterogeneity in Preferences and Beliefs”


 On Mars 27, 2012, Christopher Chapman, Professor at Imperial College Business School, London, UK, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Accounting the Accountants’ Way: The Role of Accounting in Public Sector Reforms”


On Mars 22, 2012, David Bell, Professor at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania USA, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Social Learning and Trial on the Internet”


On Mars 15, 2012, Anna Pavlova, Professor at London Business School, UK, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Asset Prices and Institutional Investors”


On Mars 14, 2012, Rachna Shah, Professor at Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, USA, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Beyond The Checklist: It is not WHAT to do but HOW to do it”


On Mars 12, 2012, Youyi Feng, Professor at MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program/MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, delivered the following research seminary:

 “A Cost-Effective Sustainable Manufacturing Mode of Wind Electricity


On Mars 9, 2012, Giovanni Battista Dagnino, Professor at University of Catania, Italy, delivered the following research seminary:

 “The anchor firm as a strategic orchestrator: a phenomenon-based research on the experience of STMicroelectronics in the nanotech clusters of Catania and Grenoble”


On February 24, 2012, Kevin Corley, Professor at Arizona State University / IE Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Publishing in Top-Tier Management Journals: Managing the Revise & Resubmit Process”


On February 22, 2012, Marco Bertini, Professor at London Business School, UK, delivered the following research seminary:

 “Putting Customer Back into Customization: The Motivating Role of Starting Prices”


On February 17, 2012, Raul Chao, Professor at University of Virginia Darden School of Business, USA, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Organization Design and Incentives for Innovation”


On January 20, 2012, Saverio Bozzolan, Professor at University of Padova, Italy, delivered the following research seminary:

 

“Earnings and expectation management to avoid negative earnings surprise: an international comparison”


 On October 26, 2011, Vedran Capkun, Professor at HEC Paris, delivered the following research seminary:

“An Empirical Investigation of the Impact of Audit and Auditor Characteristics on Auditor Performance”


 On October 5, 2011, Ted Christensen, Professor at Marriott School of Management Brigham Young University, delivered the following research seminary:

“Optimistic reporting and pessimistic investing: Do pro forma earnings disclosures attract short sellers?”


 On September 29, 2011, Robert J. Bloomfield, Professor at Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management Cornell University, delivered the following research seminar:

“Synthetic Economy Research Environment (SERE)”


 On November 14, 2011, Ramiro Montealegre, Professor at University of Colorado, Boulder and visiting professor at IE Business School, delivered the following research seminar:

“Beyond Alignment: Understanding the Co-Evolution of IT and the Business over Time”


 On October 27, 2011, Per Stromberg, Professor at Stockholm School of Economics, delivered the following research seminar:

“Fiduciary Duties and Equity‐Debtholder Conflicts”


 On November 21, 2011, Joachim Krueger, Professor at Brown University, delivered the following research seminar:

“Social Power”


 On September 14, 2011, Gerald (Jerry) Davis, Professor at Ross School of Business The University of Michigan, delivered the following research seminar:

 

“Corporations and economic inequality around the world”


 On Noviembre 24, 2011, Henri Servaes, Professor at London Business School, delivered the following research seminar:

 

“Have Rating Agencies Become More Conservative? Implications for Capital Structure and Debt Pricing”


On October 13, 2011, Gabriel Natividad, Professor at New York University Stern School of Business, delivered the following research seminar:

 

“Discontinuous Investment in Multibusiness Firms”


 On October 7, 2011, Dina Waked, Professor at Harvard Law School, delivered the following research seminar:

“Do Developing Countries Enforce their Antitrust Laws?”


 On November 10, 2011, Denis Gromb, Professor at INSEAD Business School, delivered the following research seminar:

“Legal Investor Protection and Takeovers”


 On October 19, 2011, David Upton, Professor at Saïd Business School Oxford University, delivered the following research seminar:

“Lean Knowledge Work”


 On October 20, 2011, Anup Nandialath, Professor at HEC Paris, delivered the following research seminar:

 

“Resource picking and strategy: Avoiding the trap of endogenous resource selection”


 On September 30, 2011, Ann Vereecke, Professor at Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, delivered the following research seminar:

 

“From “focused factories” to “focused networks”: delayering the global production network”


On November 4, 2011, Kevin Corley, Professor at Arizona State University and Visiting Professor at IE, delivered the following research seminar:

 

 “Publishing in Top-Tier Management Journals: Joining & Contributing to a Theoretical Conversation”


On April 14, 2011, Fabio Trojani, Professor of Statistics at University of Lugano and Research Fellow at Swiss Finance Institute, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Predictable Risks and Predictive Regression in Present-Value Models


On April 28, 2011, Kevin Corley, Professor of Management at The W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Dirtbags, Dawnpatrols & Dogs: The Role of Passion in Organizing and Normative Control


On May 4th, 2011, Gillian Ku, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School, delivered the following research seminar:

 

Anchors in Auctions and Negotiations


On May 4th, 2011, José Manuel Romero Moreno, Professor of Philosophy of Law at Universidad Complutense in Madrid, delivered the following research seminary:

 

A Reflection about Lawyers’ Education


On May 5, 2011, Ayse Karaevli, Professor of Strategy at Sabanci University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

When does CEO Outsiderness Generate Strategic Change: When Paradox and Irony Meet


On May 13, 2011, Eli Amir, Professor of Accounting at London Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Would you Trust an Opinion Signed by a Convicted Auditor?


On May 17, 2011, Christof Beuselinck, Professor of Accounting and Business Administration at Tilburg school of Economics and Management, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Multinational Income Shifting and Tax Enforcement


On May 19, 2011, Harald Hau, Professor of Finance at INSEAD, delivered the following research seminary:

 

The Role of Equity Funds in the Financial Crisis Propagation


On May 19, 2011, John Mathews, Professor of Strategic Management at Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Macquarie University in Sydney and Eni Chair in Competitive Dynamics and Global Strategy at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Michael Porter and the Activities-based view of Strategy –  and of the Economy


On May 26, 2011, Roberto Ragozzino, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at School of Management – OSIM, University of Texas at Dallas, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Who gets first Dibs? A Buy-Side Investigation of the Dual Tracking Phenomenon in M&A


On May 27, 2011, Michael Brennan, Professor at UCLA Anderson and London Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Predicting the Market using Information from Equity Portfolio Returns


On May 27, 2011, Ole-Kristian Hope, Professor of Accounting at University of Toronto, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Relationship-Specificity, Contract Enforceability and Income Smoothing


On June 27, 2011, Paolo Porchia and Pedro Gete, Professors of Finance at IE Business School and Georgetown University respectively, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Fertility and Consumption when Having a Child is a Risky Investment


On May 27, 2011, Philippe Delquié, Professor of Decision Sciences at George Washington University School of Business, delivered the following research seminary:

 

A Mean-Risk Model with a Behavioral Foundation


On June 1st, 2011, Carmelo Cennamo, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Business Planning, Master of Science at Bocconi University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Quality Competition in Platform Markets: How does Product-Niche Competition Affect product Quality

Carmelo Cennamo, Phd by IE Business School, 2009, is one of the five finalist for the Academy of Management Best Dissertation Award in the Technology and Innovation Management division. His Dissertation Competitive Dynamics in Platform Markets was supervised by Professor Juan Santaló.


On June 2nd, 2011, David Cooper, Professor of Accounting, Operations and Information Systems Department at Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Making Globalization Practical: Discourse and Management Control Practice in a Multinational Firm


On June 3rd, 2011, Carlos Ramírez, Professor of Accounting and Management Control at HEC Paris, delivered the following research seminary:

 

The Profession Vanishes: Repertoires of Collective Action and the Representation of French Comptables Agrèès (1942-2000)


On June 6, 2011, Joachim Krueger, Professor of Psychology at Brown University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Trust in Business


On June 10, 2011, Natalia Karelaia, Professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD, delivered the following research seminary:

 

When Personal and Professional Identities Interfere: Female Leadership Challenges


On June 17, 2011, Sasson Bar-Yosef, Professor of Accounting at Università Bocconi, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Income Smoothing in Family-Controlled Companies: Evidence from Italy


On June 21st, 2011, Sophie Manigart, Professor at Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Bootstrapping and Start-up Development: The Role of Cash Flow Problems and Growth Ambitions


On June 24, 2011, Kenneth K. Boyer, Professor of Operations Management at The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business, delivered the following research seminary:

 

The Role of State and Hospital Leadership in Process Management Implementation: Effects on the Science and Art of Healthcare Delivery


June 28, 2011, Scott Sampson, Professor of Global Supply Chain Management at Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Visualizing Service Operations


On July 11th, 2011, Rene Caldentey, Professor of Operations Management at Stern School of Business, New York University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Revenue Sharing in Airline Alliances


On February 25, 2011, Dan Galai, Professor of Finance at Hebrew University, School of Business Administration in Jerusalem, delivered the following research seminary:

 Credit Risk Spreads in Local and Foreign Currencies


On March 9, 2011, James Roberts, Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, delivered the following research seminary:

  Index of Economic Freedom


On March 10, 2011, Gregory Marsden, Professor of Law at IE Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 Negotiating in Good Faith: Fisher Meets Von Jhering at the Walk-Away Point

 


On March 29, 2011, Reint Gropp, Professor of Financial Economics and Taxation at European Business School, Wiesbaden, Germany delivered the following research seminary:

 Trade Credit Defaults and Liquidity Provision by Firms


On April 6, 2011, Alexandru Preda, Sociology, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, delivered the following research seminary:

 Life in the Markets. Self, Agency and Calculation in Online Financial Markets


On October 8th, 2010, Andrea Buraschi, Chair in Finance, MSc Finance Director and MSc Risk Management and Financial Engineering Director at Imperial College Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 Macroeconomic Uncertainty, Difference in Beliefs, and Bond Risk Premia

 


On October 13, 2010, Ariela Caglio, Professor of Accounting at Università L. Bocconi, delivered the following research seminary:

 Management Accounting Information Exchanges in Buyer-Supplier Relationships: Exploring the relevance of Individuals through Social Network Analysis


On October 21, 2010, Ulf Axelson, Abraaj Capital Reader in Finance and Private Equity at London School of Economics and Political Science, delivered the following research seminary:

 Investment Banking Careers: An Equilibrium Theory of Overpaid Jobs


On October 22, 2010, Aloke Ghosh, Professor of Accountancy at Zicklin School of Business, delivered the following research seminary: 

CEO Tenure and Financial Reporting Misstatements


On October 28, 2010, Sayan Chatterjee, Professor of Marketing and Policy Studies at Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, delivered the following research seminary:

 Business Model Innovation: Towards a Typology and Heuristics


On November 18, 2010, Marco de Benito Llopis-Llombart, Lawyer at Uría Menéndez, delivered the following research seminary:

 La Reforma de la Ley de Arbitraje: cuatro aspectos escenciales


On December 2nd, 2010, Mikhail Chernov, Professor of Finance at London School of Economics, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

Sources of Entropy in Representative Agent Models


On September 30, Orly Sade, Professor of Department of Finance, Jerusalem School of Business, Hebrew University of Jerusalum, delivered the following research seminary:

A Leopard does not Change his Spots-Evidence of Activism Persistence in the Hedge Fund Industry


On July 5, Mark Blyth, Associate Professor of Political Science at The Johns Hopkins University, delivered the following research seminary:

 This Time it Really is Different: Europe, the Financial Crisis, and “Staying on Top” in the 21st Century


On April 8, Orly Sade, Chair Professor of Finance at Jerusalem School of Business, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, delivered the following work:

 

Sovereign debt auctions: Uniform or discriminatory?

When less (potential demand) is more (revenue): Asymmetric bidding capacities in divisible good auctions

Competion and cooperation in divisible good auctions: An experimental examination

Endogenizing bidders choice in divisible goods auctions

The effect of uncertainty on the results of divisible good auctions: An experimental investigation


On April 9, Yuval Millo, Assistant Professor of Accounting at London School of Economics and Political Science, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Accounting for liquidity: The constitution and the demise of the options market makers


On April 14, Giorgio Zanarone, Professor of Business Organization at CUNEF, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Fiat without authority in firms (and markets)


On April 15, Jesper Rangvid, Professor of Finance a Copenhagen Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Cash-flow predictability: Still going strong


On April 29, Lloyd Steier, Professor of Strategic Management & Organization at Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Familial capitalism in global institutional contexts: Implications for corporate governance and entrepreneurship in East Asia


On May 13, Jennifer Francis, Douglas and Josie Breeden Doctoral Professor of Accounting at Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

Credibility, Commitment and Voluntary Environmental Disclosures


On May 14, Mitchell M. Tseng, Chair Professor of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management Director at Advanced Manufacturing Institute Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, delivered the following research seminary:

 

What would operation management be? If we know who, where, and what at anytime about (almost) everything


On May 19, David Bell, Associate Professor of Marketing at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

 

Traditional and IS-enabled Customer Acquisition for an Internet Retailer: Why New Buyer Acquisition Varies over Geographies and by Method

 


On May 24, Vinod Singhal,  Professor of Operations Management at Georgia Institute of Technology, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Using secondary data in Operations Management research: Ovewrview, research methods and research opportunities


On May 24, Ken Shadlen, Senior Lecturer and Director of PhD Programme at Development Studies Institute (DESTIN) London School of Economics, delivered the following research seminary:

 

The political contradictions of incremental innovation: Lessons from pharmaceutical patent examination in Brazil


On May 26, Jonathan Wareham, Associate Professor or the Department of Information Systems Management at ESADE Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 

Technology ecosystems: Governance, creation & control


On June 8, Branko Urosevic,  Professor of Economics at University of Belgrade and Visiting Professor in Finance at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

On the Spillover of Exchange-Rate Risk into Default Risk


On June 14, Morten Huse,  President European Academy of Management (EURAM) and Professor at Norwegian School of Management BI & Tor Vergata University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

Boards, Governance and Value Creation

(The Human Side of Corporate Governance)


On June 17, Ena Inesi,  Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

Power and Relationships


On June 24, Andreas Eisengerich, Assistant Professor in Marketing at Imperial College Business School, Imperial College London, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

Corporate Social Responsibility and Consumer Response to Negative Information


On June 28, Susan M. Young, Associate Professor of Accounting at Fordham University, delivered the following research seminary:

 

 

Accelerated Share Repurchases, Bonus Compensation and CEO Horizons


On February 25, Mark Pagell, Assistant Professor, Operations and Management of Information Systems at Schulich School of Business at York University, delivered the following research seminary:

 Is There a Business Case for Safety? An Exploration of Operational “Best Practices” and Worker Safety Outcomes


On March 10, Andrei Hagiu,  Assistant Professor, Strategy Unit, Harvard Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

 Why Do Intermediaries Divert Search?


On March 24, Manuel Becerra, Professor of Strategic Management at IE Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

  “Platforms, Networks and Apple: The Real Story”


On February 15, Michel Magnan,  Associate Dean, Masters’ and Graduate Programs, Professor and the Lawrence Bloomberg Chair in Accountancy, Department of Accountancy at John Molson School of Business (Concordia University), delivered the following research seminary:

 

Are Offshore Firms Worth More?


vikrant vigOn November 26, Vikrant Vig,  Assistant Professor of finance, London Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

Labor and Capital: Is Debt a Bargaining Tool?


ANGELODITILOOn December 10, Angelo Ditillo,  Associate Professor of Management Accounting and Control, Università Bocconi, delivered the following research seminary:

Creativity and Control: Dialogical Management Accounting Systems to Enhance Performance


Florin_vasvari-oneOn October 22, Florin P. Vasvari, Professor of Accounting, London Business School, delivered the following research seminary:

“The Value of Corporate Diversification: A Debt Market Perspective”


Fresard_largeOn October 29, Laurent Fresard, Assistant Professor of Finance, HEC Paris, France, presented the research seminary entitled:

“The Foreign Firm Discount”


Kevin BoudreauOn November 10, Kevin J. Boudreau, Professor of Strategic and International Management, London Business School, presented the research seminary entitled:

“Digital Innovation Ecosystems and their Size: Evidence on a Parallel Development Regime”


Peyer14On November 12, Urs Peyer, Professor of Finance, INSEAD, delivered the following research seminary:

The CEO Pay Slice”


vandanOn September 25, Dann Van Knippenberg, Professor of Organizational Behavior (Rotterdam Business School, Erasmus Rotterdam University) delivered the following research seminary:

“The Categorization-Elaboration Model of Work Group Diversity: Wielding the Double-Edged Sword”


mikkoOn October 15, Mikko Ketokivi, Professor of Industrial Direction at Helsinki University of Technology in Finland, delivered the following research seminar:

“Sensible Decision-making under Uncertainty: A New Perspective on Focus and Fit in Operations Strategy”


siemsenOn September 29,  Enno Siemsen, Professor of Operations at Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, delivered the following research seminar:

“Common Method Bias in Regression Models with Linear, Quadratic, and Interaction Effects”


sandro bruscoOn September 24, Sandro Brusco, Associate Professor from the Department of Economy at New York University in Stony Brook, delivered the following research seminar:

“Internal Financing, Managerial Compensation and Multiple Tasks”


WERNEROn September 16, Werner Reinartz, Professor of Marketing at University of Cologne, presented the research seminar entitled :

“Successful Services by Manufacturing Companies: A Value-Based Framework Linking Service Capabilities to Performance Outcomes”


On May 20, Michael Gavillan, Professor at the Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, delivered the research seminar entitled:

“An Analysis of Coauthorship Antecedents, Trends, and Outcomes in Business Research”


On May 25, Sezer Ulku, Professor of Operations Management at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, delivered the research seminar entitled:

 

“Examining Product Modularity from a Behavioral Perspective: Do Consumers Properly Value Modularity”


 
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