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November 2016

Coping with stigmatised identities: The experience of Romanian migrants in the UK Coping with stigmatised identities: The experience of Romanian migrants in the UK
23 November 2016

The paper presented by Dr Laura Morosanu looks at how Romanian migrants in the UK cope with stigmatised identities.

How do we know what we know? Limits to consensus in an age of individualism How do we know what we know? Limits to consensus in an age of individualism
21 November 2016

Amy Boone is a writer and a Director of Effective Intervention, a charity that designs and implements aid projects in education and neonatal health, with an eye to measuring their actual impact in the developing world.

Does empathy improve marketing performance? Evidence from a high autonomy sales environment in an emerging market Does empathy improve marketing performance? Evidence from a high autonomy sales environment in an emerging market
16 November 2016

Dr Sourindra Banerjee, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Warwick Business School, tackles the question: Why do some salespeople in high autonomy environments perform better than others?

Politically connected businesses in emerging markets Politically connected businesses in emerging markets
14 November 2016

Simon Commander is Professor at IE Business School and Managing Partner of Altura Partners. He is extensively involved in advisory work of a policy and strategic nature principally with emerging market governments.

Financial fragility: New measures and some results Financial fragility: New measures and some results
02 November 2016

Professor Panicos O'Demetriades presents research which shows the links between financial fragility and crises, and the effect these have on growth.

China’s political economy China’s political economy
01 November 2016

Trey McArver is Director of China Research at Trusted Sources, an emerging markets macroeconomic research firm.

October 2016

From Borlaug's Paradox to the 'Eroom' Effect:  Emerging challenges of sustainable development innovation From Borlaug's Paradox to the 'Eroom' Effect: Emerging challenges of sustainable development innovation
26 October 2016

Drawing on Brazilian and Canadian cases, Professor Jeremy Hall discusses two of the challenges for sustainable development innovation: 'Borlaug's Paradox' and the 'Eroom' Effect,

Building Bridges. How investors cope with lower growth, lower return in market environment. Building Bridges. How investors cope with lower growth, lower return in market environment.
25 October 2016

Bill Street is a Senior Managing Director of SSGA and Head of Investments for EMEA and currently serves as a member of the European executive management committee as well as the SSGA Investment Committee.

Crimes against women and economic conditions: Evidence from India Crimes against women and economic conditions: Evidence from India
19 October 2016

The study by Zahra Siddique, Sonia Bhalotra, Uma Kambhampati and Samantha Rawling, looks at whether changes in the labour market and increased employment in India have an impact on crime against women.  

International liquidity and the financial crisis International liquidity and the financial crisis
18 October 2016

William A. Allen worked in the Bank of England from 1972 to 2004, where he was Head of the Money Market Operations Division, Head of the Foreign Exchange Division and Director for Europe.

Start up stand up: Focus on female entrepreneurs Start up stand up: Focus on female entrepreneurs
13 October 2016

This is an informal networking event focusing on local female entrepreneurs.

Corporate Culture and Enforcement Actions in Banking Corporate Culture and Enforcement Actions in Banking
12 October 2016

Franco Fiordelisi (University of Rome III) discusses enforcement actions as a key tool for supervisors to reduce moral hazard behaviour at all banks, and not just at the banks which have been sanctioned. This event is part of our Weekly Research Seminar Series.

Japan's astonishing financial survival Japan's astonishing financial survival
10 October 2016

Peter Boone is the Executive Chair of Effective Intervention and a member of the Globalization Program at the Centre for Economic Performance in the London School of Economics. 

The host with the most? The effects of the Olympic Games on happiness The host with the most? The effects of the Olympic Games on happiness
05 October 2016

'The Host with the Most? The Effects of the Olympic Games on Happiness', a new paper by the Centre for Globalisation Research (CGR), aims to answer the question of whether hosting the Olympic games can increase happiness in the host city.

September 2016

Seeking Person-Organisation Culture Fit in the Workplace: Unintended Inequalities for Skilled Immigrants Seeking Person-Organisation Culture Fit in the Workplace: Unintended Inequalities for Skilled Immigrants
28 September 2016

Dr Shamika Almeida and Associate Professor Mario Fernando (University of Wollongong, Australia) will examine how the level of exposure to diversity can lead to unintended inequitable recruitment outcomes for skilled immigrants. This event is part of our Weekly Research Seminar Series.

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Specialist CEOs and IPO Survival Specialist CEOs and IPO Survival
15 February 2016

Professor Dimitrios Gounopoulos (Newcastle University) discusses research on the influence of a CEO’s specialist managerial experience on the probability of failure and survivability of IPO firms. This event is part of our Weekly Research Seminar Series.

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December 2014

Learning to Love the Taxman - Transforming a big public service
01 December 2014

Centre for Government and Leadership - Open Lecture

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December 2013

October 2013

2013 CRED Annual Lecture
07 October 2013

Varieties of the Worker-Mother and the Challenges for Policy

Professor Marian Baird
QMUL Humanities and Social Science Distinguished Visitor 2013
Professor of Employment Relations
Sydney University

September 2013

June 2013

HSS Faculty Seminar: The triumph of emptiness. Grandiosity, illusionary acts and zero-sum games in contemporary society and its institutions
11 June 2013

Professor Mats Alvesson, Lund University, Sweden and Visiting Fellow in the School of Business and Management 

May 2013

Parental Time Investments in Children: Academic Advisory Board Meeting
24 May 2013

24th May 2013, 11-1pm, FB4.04/08, Bancroft Building, Mile End Campus

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School Research Seminar Series
10 October 2012

Time: 1.00 - 2.00pm

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July 2011

Workshop: Fairtrade, History and Governance
08 July 2011

Organised jointly between:
CGR - Centre for Globalisation Research, Queen Mary, University of London and
CEGBI - Centre for the Evolution of Global Business and Institutions, University of York

May 2011

April 2011

Christian Marazzi: 'The Common and Money'
13 April 2011

Time: 13.00 - 14.45, Wednesday 13th April 2011

March 2011

FEAST Seminar: Human Rights - The Effect of Neighbouring Countries
02 March 2011

Speaker: Dr Huw Edwards, School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University

Time: 13.00 - 14.00

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