Previous UiS Business School Seminars 2018

The Business School at the University of Stavanger frequently arrange professional seminars. The seminars are open for all who are interested, and is located in the Elise Ottesen-Jensens hus, room EOJ-276.


January 17
Sebastian Fest, UiS Business School
Title: Fair Advice

January 24
Heidi Victoria Skeiseid, UiS Business School

January 31

Ana Filipa Faria Lopes, UiS Business School

February 7
May Linn Sikveland, UiS Business School

February 21
Lars Nordèn, Stockholm Business School

February 27 (Tuesday)
Per Davidsson QUT, Australia and Bernard Naughton (Uk, Oxford)

February 28
Niaz Bashiri Behmiri, UiS Business School

March 7
Olga Korableva, St. Petersburg State University

March 8 (Thursday)
Peter Verhoef, Goningen University

March 14
Bernhard Schmidpeter, University of Essex

April 25
Jan Wrampelmeyer, VU Amsterdam
Title: Liquidity risk and funding cost

May 22 (Tuesday)
Jeremy Howells, University of Oxford

May 23
Raji Srinivasan, University of Texas Austin

May 30
Joakim Wernberg, Entreprenörskapsforum
Title: Local Interactions, Collective Information Processing and Urban Growth

June 5 (Tuesday)
Bala Mulloth, University of Virginia's Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy
Title: Revitalizing the Yamuna River: Social Entrepreneurship Approaches

June 6
Sean Foley, University of Sydney Business School

June 12 (Tuesday)
Michel Robe, University of Illinous at Urbana-Champaign
Title: The Third Dimension of Financialization: Electronification, Intraday Institutional Trading, and Commodity Market Quality

June 20
Elham Ghazimatin, University of Melbourne
Title: No History and an Uncertain Future:The Governance Challenges and Implications of Projects


August 29
Gazi Salah Uddin, Linköping University
Title: Uncertainties and extreme risk spillover in the energy markets: A time-varying copula-based CoVaR approach

September 12
Kadigia Faccin, Unisinos-Brazil
Title: Collaborative Dynamics in Innovation Ecosystems

September 19
Valeriia Klova, UiS Business School

September 26
John Bessant, University of Exeter
Title: Learning in the humanitarian innovation laboratory

October 3
Julie Riise, University of Bergen
Title: School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults

October 24
Pierre-Alexandre Balland, Utrecht University
Title: Complex Economic Activities Concentrate in Large Cities 

November 2
Annette Alstadsæter, Handelshøyskolen – NMBU
Title: Who hide money in tax havens?

November 7
Vesa-Heikki Soini, University of Stavanger - department of Industrial Economics
Title: Determinants of Volatility Smile: the Case of Crude Oil Options

November 14
Elias Einiö, VATT Institute for Economic Research
Title: Do Tax Incentives for Research Increase Firm Innovation? An RD Design for R&D

November 28
Thomas Laudal, UiS Business School
Title: A new approach to public goods

December 5
Ester Felez Vinas, Stockholm University
Title: Effects of short selling bans on resiliency and commonality in liquidity

December 19 (at 14-15)
Andreas Lofthus Fidjeland, UiS Business School

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