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Conferences and events

The Accounting, Finance & Economics department is a vibrant and collegiate environment for staff to showcase the latest research. Here are some of the recent conferences and events that have been organised by our staff.

View events year by year:

2018

Crowds of people inside the Fusion Building during the Festival of Learning

June

Our staff members actively participated in the Festival of Learning with the following events:

Impact of Brexit in the marine industry in Poole and Dorset, Davide Parrilli

Suranjita Mukherjee and Dorset Indian Association organised a charity event in collaboration with St Mungos to raise money for the homeless in Bournemouth & Poole Boroughs. The event nearly £2,000 has been rose for St Mungos.  

May

Workshop on Mathematics and statistics support for Economics and Finance organised by Marta Disegna with the support of the SIGMA Network.

This event gave us the opportunity to expand our knowledge on existing online resources and national projects for Math and Stat support, to create future collaborations with SIGMA members, and to be an active member of the SIGMA network. 

2017

Crowds of people inside the Fusion Building during the Festival of Learning

November

Workshop on “Brexit: next steps for Businesses and trade policy”, ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, Commonwealth Secretariat, Marlborough House, Pall Mall, St. James's, London organised by Sangeeta Khorana and Jens Hölscher

October

Inaugural Public Lecture by Prof. Jens Hölscher on “The effects of Brexit on the EU, the UK and Dorset – a migrant’s account”. The Working paper is available on the BAFES Working Papers series.

September

26th annual Tax Research Network Annual Conference organised by Phyllis Alexander and Alan Kirkpatrick, sponsored by the Chartered Institute of Taxation, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales and ICAEW Southern.

July 

Pharmaco-Economics Workshop

Prof. Darrin Baines organized a one-week Pharmacoeconomics Workshop funded by The British Council to promote economic and social impact in Egypt.

June

Our staff members actively participated in the Festival of Learning with the following events:

  • Brexit: Next Steps for Businesses and Trade Policy accepted, Sangeeta Khorana and Jens Holscher
  • Tax Havens: A UK and international perspective, Alan Kirkpatrick

 

Research Seminar Series

Our Research Seminar Series offers a place for research information exchange, lively discussion and debate. The series is intended to provide exposure to a wide range of topics – encompassing theoretical and applied research.

It includes presentations and talks by internal and external academic scholars, representatives of funding institutions, journal editors, and others. For further information, please contact the Research Seminar Series co-ordinator, Dr Nikolaos Papanikolaou, npapanikolaou@bournemouth.ac.uk.

Current programme - academic year 18/19

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

30/01/2019

Dr Sushil Mohan

Brighton University

Coffee price dynamics: What does it tell?

06/02/2019

Professor Beata Javorcik

University of Oxford

Financial Constraints and Propagation of Shocks in Production Networks

13/02/2019

Dr Davide Parilli

Bournemouth University

Context-specificity and micro determinants of innovation modes: Evidence from EU countries

20/02/2019

Professor Lorenzo Trapani

University of Nottingham

Determining the dimension of factor structures in non-stationary large datasets

27/02/2019

Dr Deborah Taylor

Bournemouth University

Making sense of Psychological Ownership: Construct confusion and unanswered questions

06/03/2019

Professor Robert Elliot

University of Birmingham

The impact of flooding on property prices: A repeat-sales approach

13/03/2019

Professor Christopher Hartwell

Bournemouth University

Rational Response or Irrational Fear?
Financial Markets and Terrorism in Tsarist Russia

20/03/2019

Professor Gerald Eisenkopf

University of Vechta

Inter-Group Migration and Intra-Group Cooperation

27/03/2019

Professor Steve McCorriston

University of Exeter

Revisiting Commodity Price Shocks

03/04/2019

Professor Etienne Piguet

L'Université de Neuchâtel

Environmental change and migration: state of the art and current research questions

08/05/2019

Dr Timothy King

University of Kent

A Safe Pair of Hands? CEO Career Experience and Risk-taking

22/05/2019

Dr Tony Abdush

Bournemouth University

Using Insurance Distribution Strategy as a Complementary Corporate Governance System, How Efficient In the UK?

05/06/2019

Dr Anita Starzyk

NEOMA Business School

Dealing with managers‘ neglect of upward voice: Revealing employees‘ strategies

Previous seminars

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

05/10/2016

Dr Katsushi Imai

University of Manchester

Estimation of vulnerability to poverty using a multilevel longitudinal model: Evidence from the Philippines

19/10/2016

Prof. Nancy Puccinelli

University of Bath

The new psychology of marketing

26/10/2016

Prof. Dominique Xardel

ESSEC Business School

The luxury products industry : The power of experience

02/11/2016

Dr George Filis

Bournemouth University

Forecasting of oil prices

16/11/2016

Dr Kaouther Kooli

Bournemouth University

Value co-creation in cross category brand alliance

23/11/2016

Prof. Allan Webster

Bournemouth University

Innovation and foreign ownership in transitional countries:  A (firm-level) empirical study of 29 transitional countries

30/11/2016

Dr Giuseppe Bova

Coventry University

Evaluation of group contracts as a tool for employee retribution

07/12/2016

Dr Jens Mohrenweiser

Bournemouth University

Are public service motivated work values shaped by administrative traditions in Europe? A multilevel cross country investigation

01/02/2017

Prof. Francesco Pastore

Seconda Università di Napoli and IZA

Is the gender pay gap in the US just the result of gender segregation at work?

15/02/2017

Dr Davide Parrilli

Bournemouth University

SME finance: a typology

22/02/2017

Dr Alan Kirkpatrick

Bournemouth University

Pension accounting disclosure controversies

01/03/2017

Prof. Oliver Morrissey

University of Nottingham

Colonial legacy and poverty reduction in Africa

08/03/2017

Dr Gbola Gbadamosi

Bournemouth University

Extending the frontiers of job fit through matching aspirations and widening participation: the views of academics and students in South Africa

15/03/2017

Prof. Indrajit Ray

Cardiff University

Auctions with discrete bid levels: Theory and experiments

22/03/2017

Dr Donald Nordberg

Bournemouth University

Ownership, activism and engagements

29/03/2017

Dr Khurshid Djalilov

Bournemouth University

Regulations, institutions and stability in the banking sector of transition countries

05/04/2017

Dr Chardin Wese Simen

Henley Business School

The predictive power of the dividend risk premium

03/05/2017

Dr Fabian Homberg

Southampton Business School

WE WANT YOU! Experimental evidence on the impact of recruitment messaging on application intentions

10/05/2017

Dr Piotr Lis

Coventry University

Buying friends for wars: Bribing through trade deals

03/10/2018

Prof. Dimitrios Gounopoulos

University of Bath

Geographic Dispersion and IPO Survival

10/10/2018

Dr Jens Mohrenweiser

BU Business School, LSO

Information Advantages of Training Employers Despite Credible Training Certificates

17/10/2018

Dr Anna Freni Sterrantino

Imperial College London

Advanced models for spatio-temporal data

24/11/2018

Dr Stavros Degiannakis

BU Business School, AFE

Oil price volatility forecasts: What do users need to know?

31/10/2018

Caroline Burr

BU Business School, Marketing

Female Green Consumption: Enacting a Green Identity

07/11/2018

Dr Donald Nordberg & Dr Hany Elbardan

BU Business School, AFE

Different marches of the machines: Institutional change and identity work of professionals

28/11/2018

Prof. Dimitrios Asteriou

Oxford Brookes University

Structural Breaks and Herding Behaviour in Cryptocurrencies

05/12/2018

Zhongqi wu & Junpeng Chen

Yiwu Industrial and Commercial College

Starting Point of New Silk Road / Visual Marketing in E-Commerce