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The seminar will focus on the specific problems and challenges encountered in international and domestic mergers and acquisitions. During the course, we will present and discuss alternative perspectives on these phenomena: strategic; human resource; cultural; knowledge transfer; social capital;...
The aim of this two-day workshop is to bring together researchers working on topics in Empirical Macroeconomics to present and discuss their ongoing research. We invite contributions related to Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Business Cycle Analysis or International Macroeconomics.
The 2017 conference will be held in Brussels on 19 May and will focus on the latest developments of the financial sector, as well as Banking Union and the Capital Markets Union as catalysts for further financial integration in Europe. At this occasion, the European Commission will present its...
Proposals for papers or sessions may be on any topic relevant to the history of economic thought, and are not restricted to the conference theme. However, the organisers of the conference particularly welcome proposals of papers or sessions that fall into the ESHET 2017 conference theme:...
The conference theme of 2017 is: “Neuroeconomic foundations of bounded rationality and heuristic decision making” Topics preferably combine problems in economics, psychology, and/or neuroscience, and include (but are not restricted to): - Opening the “black box” of judgments and decision...
The seminar will expose students to the most important current and historical literature in four core areas of corporate finance — capital structure, payout policy, corporate governance, and capital acquisition. This will principally be a readings course, in which students will read, present,...
topics: - Productivity measurement and its determinants, - Spreading innovation across firms and globalisation, - External imbalances, adjustment to shocks and globalisation, - Productivity, income inequality and trade, - Firm growth and internationalization, - Trade and resource reallocation, -...
The key purpose of this course is to increase participant understanding on how to identify and read theories, as well as to apply theory building techniques in management. We purposely aim to provide a broad range of understanding of theory in this course for two key reasons. First, it is...
The purpose of this seminar is to introduce students to important issues in the design, analysis and interpretation of behavioral research in marketing and management. Topics covered in the seminar include: - measurement theory and construction of reliable and valid measurement instruments; -...
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