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Past events 2016 Business School

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Trading Taster Day

Friday 11 December 2015
1pm - 4.30pm

The new MSc Computational Trading Taster day. Meet our partners, use their platform and see this masters in action.

Working for the economy- the economic case for trade unions

Tuesday 27 October 2015
5pm

This seminar will present the launch of 'Working for the economy- the economic case for trade unions' report by the University of Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre and New Economics Foundation.

Certified Master’s Course on Microfinance and Financial Inclusion

Monday 26 October - Friday 6 November 2015

This Master's Course is a six session introduction into understanding and demonstrating the capabilities of microfinance and its effect on operations within a business context.

ICT for transport in London: solution or barrier for mobility challenges?

Monday 28 September 2015
5.30pm

This event will mark the launch of the "ICT for transport: opportunities and threats" book published by Edward Elgar. It will include presentations by the book editors Dr Nikolas Thomopoulos and Dr Moshe Givoni as well as by selected authors.

Philosophy of Management International Conference 2015

Thursday 9 July - Sunday 12 July 2015

Philosophy of Management 2015 is the tenth in a series of conferences open to all. It will be of special interest to philosophers, management researchers and teachers, consultants and practising managers.

Muddled Boundaries of Digital Shrines

Thursday 18 June 2015
1pm

Seminar hosted by the International business and Economics Department and The Centre for Business Network Analysis, featuring speaker Nathalie Paton (from Aix-Marseille University).

Finance, financialisation and development, Dr Ewa Karwowski

Wednesday 17 June 2015
10am - 2pm

Dr Ewa Karwowski will discuss the differences between mainstream and heterodox contributions.

Centre For Business Network Analysis Summer School 2015

Monday 15 June - Saturday 20 June 2015

The Summer School is dedicated to research design, data collection, and statistical methods for Social Network Analysis of individuals and organisations in the form of one introductory and two advanced courses.

Post-Keynesian stock-flow consistent modelling: theory and methodology, Dr Maria Nikolaidi

Wednesday 27 May 2015
10am - 2pm

Dr Maria Nikolaidi discusses the features of SFC models focusing on the links between stock and flows.

Building a stock-flow consistent model in practice, Dr Yannis Dafermos

Wednesday 27 May 2015
10am - 2pm

This lab session will present how discrete-time SFC models can be constructed and solved using EViews.

Lucas on the Relationship between Theory and Ideology

Wednesday 6 May 2015
4pm

Seminar hosted by Michel De Vroey (University of Louvain).

Looking inside interorganizational ties: the dynamics of patient exchange among Italian hospitals

Wednesday 1 April 2015
4pm

Seminar hosted by the International Business & Economics Department, featuring speaker Francesca Pallotti.

Institutionalist/Schumpeterian growth theories, Professor Mehmet Ugur

Wednesday 25 March 2015
10am - 2pm

Professor Ugur will examine departures from the standard neo-classical growth or endogenous growth theories.

Post-Keynesian /Kaleckian demand-led growth models: the effect of distribution on growth, Professor Ozlem Onaran

Wednesday 25 March 2015
10am - 2pm

Professor Onaran discusses the role of demand in determining growth in Post-Keynesian models.

CILT UK: The Wey and Arun Canal, London’s lost Route to the Sea

Wednesday 18 March 2015
5.45pm - 8pm

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport are hosting the annual maritime themed seminar focusing on Logistics, transport, systems and management strategies; specifically in Maritime.

Chinese investment in the Sierra Leone telecommunications industry: an affront to the West?

Wednesday 11 March 2015
4pm

Seminar hosted by Dr Aaron van Klyton (International Business & Economics department) and Lakmal Liyanage (MA International Business & Economics student).

Mark Ross, Association of Town & City Management: Transforming our town centres

Wednesday 11 February 2015
5pm - 7pm

Mark will discuss issues related to sustainability, destination marketing, entrepreneurship, urban planning and more controversially the privatisation of public spaces in town centres.

Central and Eastern European Employment Relations Workshop

Friday 30 January 2015
3.42pm

This workshop will provide discussions of the causes, developments and outcomes of changed and transnationalised employment relations that characterise contemporary CEE region and its relations with the West.

HR 2025: Imagining the Future of HR

Wednesday 28 January 2015
12.00am

This conference aims to bring together current academic research on Human Resource Management, with the latest developments in HR practice and what the future of HR might look like.

Entrepreneurability – How you can create your entrepreneurial lifelessordinary

Wednesday 14 January 2015
5pm - 7pm

Darren Robson, (Ministry of Entrepreneurship) shares his top tips and life lessons on how to become a purposeful entrepreneur..

Analytical Software Workshops 2015

Monday 12 January - Friday 16 January 2015

Providing an introduction to the software used for quantitative, qualitative and social network analysis researches.