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Waikato Management School Seminar Series - 2016

Date
Details of Seminar
Hosting Department
15th December Projecting Medical Spending and Health Care Utilization in Japan

Dr Karen Eggleston
Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies
Stanford University, USA 

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB.4.02
Economics
 
23rd November  Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Growing your Impact!

Professor James Guthrie
Macquarie University, Australia

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB.1.02
Accounting
 
14th November The Economics Consequences of Integrated Reporting 

Professor Steven Cahan 
University of Auckland

10.00am - 11.00am
MSB.4.02
Accounting
 
7th November UK Brexit - Implications for Inward Foreign Direct Investment

Professor Richard Harris
Durham University, UK  

2.00pm - 3.00pm
MSB.1.03
Economics 
 
20th October  Can You Take a Photo of Me? An Analysis of Tourist Posing for Photos

Professor Philip Pearce
James Cook University, Australia 

2.00pm - 3.00pm
MSB.4.02
Marketing 
 
14th October Productivity Convergence and Geographic Proximity to New Zealand 

Guanya (Fish) Zheng 
Productivity Commission 

11.00am - 12noon
MSB.4.02
Economics 
 
12th October Materializing Global Strategy During Organisational Change

Associate Professor Colleen Mills
University of Canterbury 

11.00am - 12noon
MSB.1.03
Strategy and Human Resource Management 
 
28th September Wages, Wellbeing and Location: Slaving away in Sydney or cruising on the Gold Coast

Dr Arthur Grimes
Senior Fellow, MOTU

1.00pm - 2.00pm 
MSB.1.01
Economics 
 
21st September Why Does Entrepreneurship Fail to take Root in Developing Countries? The Case of Post-Colonial Africa (1952-1972)

Dr Jonathan Scott
Teesside University Business School, UK

1.00pm - 2.00pm 
MSB.1.02
Strategy & Human Resource Management
 
12th September Asset Allocation with Time Series Momentum and Reversal

Professor Tony He
University of Technology, Sydney

11.00am - 12noon
MSB.4.02
Finance 
 
31st August  Do Tourists Reduce Locals' Enjoyment of Cultural Attractions?

Dr Harold Cuffe
Victoria University of Wellington

1.00pm - 2.00pm 
MSB.1.21
Economics 
 
19th August  Remittances and Homicide: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Dr Gazi Hassan
Waikato Management School

2.00pm - 3.00pm 
MSB.4.02
Economics 
 
10th August     Supreme Audit Institutions and Public Value: Demonstrating Relevance 

Associate Professor Carolyn Cordery
Victoria University of Wellington

1.00pm - 2.00pm 
MSB.4.02
Accounting 
 
9th August   Day of the Week and the Cross-Section of Returns 

Assistant Professor Justin Birru 
Ohio State University  

12noon - 1.00pm
MSB.4.02
Finance 
 
13th July  Market Integration, Correlation Aversion and Interventions Supporting Poor Farmers in Rajasthan

Dr Daniel Gregg  
Waikato Management School

1.00pm - 2.00pm 
MSB.1.02
Economics
 
28th June The Value of Incomplete Information: Do Better Informed Investors Always Do Better?

Professor Glenn Boyle 
University of Canterbury 

12noon - 1.00pm
MSB.4.02
Finance 
 
15th June  Studying Household's Responses to Fiscal Policy Based on Survey Data: Evidence for Germany

Professor Bernd Hayo  
Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB.1.02
Economics
 
10th June   What can Faculty Salaries tell us about Returns to Quantity and Quality of Research?

Professor John GIbson  
Waikato Management School 

1.00pm - 2.30pm
MSB.4.02
Economics
 
25th May   The Role of Management Control Systems in Effecting Strategic Change in a Telecommunications Organisation 

Associate Professor Umesh Sharma 
Waikato Management School

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB.4.02
Accounting
 
11th May   Incentives and Social Preferences: Experimental Evidence from a Seemingly Inefficient Traditional Labor Contract 

Professor Yasuyuki Sawada
University of Tokyo   

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB.1.03
Economics
 
6th May   Financial Development, Structure and Growth: New Data, Method and Results 

Professor Kul Luintel 
Cardiff Business School  

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB.1.02
Economics
 
2nd May  Anticipatory Savouring and Calorie Intake: Just Thinking about that First Bite Fills You Up Faster but Chewing More Slowly has No Effect on Satiation 

Professor Charlies Areni
Macquarie Graduate School of Management 

8.30am - 9.30am
MSB.4.02
Marketing
 
 21st April  Expected Returns and Risk in the Stock Market 

Professor Michael Brennan
Manchester Business School  

11.00am - 12noon 
MSB.4.02
Finance 
 
 12th April Growing Pains - Tamaki Makaurau / Auckland in the 21st Century 

Alison Reid  
Senior Researcher, Auckland Council 

1.00pm - 2.00pm
K.G.06
Economics
 
 11th April Social Norms

Professor Maria Lapinski
Michigan State University, USA

3.00pm - 4.30pm
MSB4.02
Management Communication
 
 30th March How McGraw Hill's Lecturer Aids and Online Materials can assist in Lesson Planning, aids in cutting down workload and improving productivity

Bob Markstein 
McGraw Hill   

11.00am - 12noon
B2.19
Marketing
 
 30th March Engagement with the Third Space

Professor Grant Samkin
Waikato Management School  

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB4.02
Accounting
 
 23rd March Airline Mergers in the United States since 2005: What Impact have they had on Airline Efficiency?

Professor Mark Greer
Dowling College, New York  

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB0.01
Economics
 
 15th March Migration - Inflation: Migration and Monetary Policy 

Evelyn Truong 
Reserve Bank of New Zealand 

3.10pm - 4.00pm
MSB1.02
Economics
 
17th February   Successive Product Generations: Financial Implications of Release Regularity

Professor Torsten Bornemann
University of Stuttgart, Germany

11am - 12noon
MSB4.02
Marketing
 15th February Solidarity Co-operatives: A (Hidden) Origins of Communitarian Pluralism in the UK Social Enterprise Movement

Dr Rory Ridley-Duff
Sheffield-Hallam University, England 

11.30am - 1.00pm
MSB4.02
Strategy and Human Resource Management 
 
 10th February   Growth, Urbanization, and Poverty Reduction in India 

Associate Professor Gaurav Datt
Monash University, Australia 

1.00pm - 2.00pm
MSB0.01
Economics
 
 9th February 
The Labor-Leverage Relation: New Firm-Level Evidence and a Quasi-Natural Experiment

Professor Robert Faff
University of Queensland, Australia

3.00pm - 4.00pm
MSB4.02

Finance

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