The UiS Business School Wednesday Seminars

The University of Stavanger Business School frequently host academic seminars. The seminars are open for all who are interested.


August 14
Martina Neuländtner, Austrian Institute of Technology
Geographical or Relational: What drives technology-specific R&D collaboration networks?

August 21
Shanker Seetharam, York University of Toronto
Responsible Innovation in Disaster Management

September 6
Claudia Bitencourt, Unisinos Business School
Social Innovation, Dynamic Capacities and Learning

September 17 (at 10:15-11:15)
Margrethe Aanesen, University of Tromsø
Why (not) dedicate coastal area to aquaculture activities? Contributions from economics.

September 18
Niaz Bashiri Behmiri, UiS Business School
Oil financialization and stock returns volatility spillovers across energy companies

September 25
Kailin Kroetz, Resources for the Future (DC) and University of Arizona
Matthew Reimer, University of Alaska and University of California Davis

October 16th
Saeed Janani, PhD student in Marketing, W.P. Cary School of Business, Arizona State University
The Impact of Firm Capabilities at the Marketing/Technology Interface

October 24
Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, University of Buffalo

November 6
Nur Yaldiz, UiS Business School
Speaking Impressions: How Do Female Corporate Leaders Manage Public Images with Language?

November 13
Tore Bråthen, Handelshøyskolen BI
Kapitalreglene i norsk aksjeselskapsrett og HR-2018-1983-A

November 20
Lars C. Bruno, Handelshøyskolen BI
Productivity Growth in Resource-Rich Economies

November 22 (Friday)
Kjell Arne Brekke, University of Oslo
Title: Groups discipline resource use under scarcity

November 27
Henning Hermes, Norwegian School of Economics
Title: Self-regulation Training in Primary Schools Affects Long-Term Educational Career Paths, joint work with Daniel Schunk, Eva M. Berger, Kirsten Winkel, and Ernst Fehr

December 4
Nina Drange, Statistics Norway

December 11
Subal Kumbhakar, Binghamton University NY
Economies of Scope and Scale in the Norwegian Electricity Industry


January 21 (Tuesday)

Marzieh Abolhassani, Department of Global Economics and Management, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Productivity Spillovers of Multinational Enterprises through Worker Mobility: New Evidence for the Netherlands

January 30 (Thursday)
Maria L. Loureiro, University of  Santiago de Compostela 

February 5

February 19

April 1
Veronica Ruiz Abou-Nigm, University of Edinburgh School of Law, Director of internatonalisation and senior lecturer in International private Law


January 9
Subal Kumbhakar, Binghampton University
Does Xistence of Inefficiency Matter to a Neoclassical Xorcist? Some Econometric Issues in Panel Stochastic
Frontier Models

January 23
Lucie Schmidt, Oxford University
Supplemental Security Income and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Birth Weight Eligibility Cutoffs

January 30
John Bessant, University of Exeter
Flipped classrom and teaching methods

March 20
Shiri Breznitz, University of Toronto
Does Crowdfunding Flatten Regional Advantages? 

March 27
Leonor Moral Soriano, University of Granada
The use of international judicial decisions by national judges and tribunals

April 3
Denis Pajic, University "Dzemal Bijedic"Mostar

April 10
Tommaso Reggiani, Masaryk University

May 8
Darya Yuferova, NHH
Paying for liquidity: Competition vs Incentives

May 22
Sebastian Fest, UiS Business School

May 29
Linda Loberg, University of Muenster

June 26
Luciana Marques Vieira, University of Reading

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