Building the Anti-Racist Classroom is a 2-day intensive intersectional workshop that aims to bring academics and students together to tackle racism in our places of learning.
The School of Business and Management are delighted to host the Queen Mary Arts and Culture annual lecture for Dr Maria Balshaw CBE on Friday 8th June 2018. Timings: Arrive by 5:45pm for a 6pm start, lecture is from 6pm-7pm including a Q & A at the end Canapés and Drinks Reception: 7pm-8pm
As key partners of the first UK Social Marketing Conference, Queen Mary University, the European Social Marketing Association, NSMC, Strategic Social Marketing and Fuse Events invite you to join us at the first cross sector event for change makers across the UK in nearly ten years.
Join Professor Frances Bowen, Head of the School of Business and Management for her inaugural lecture: 'Making a Splash! What companies say and do about water'. At the event on Tuesday 13 June 2017, 6:30pm Professor Frances Bowen will outline the business challenges and opportunities arising from water issues. She will present the results of recent research on corporate water strategies of large UK-based businesses, focusing on what companies say and do about water. Book your free place now for the lecture of the year.
In this two-day meeting, we will consider how the fields of behavioural finance, economic psychology, financial socio-analysis and other related areas can enhance our understanding of financial behaviours.
Dr Stefan Krummaker, Senior Lecturer in Leadership & Director of Taught Programmes for the School of Business and Management would like to invite our former students to join him at one of the upcoming alumni events in Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou in May 2017. Stefan looks forward to catching up with our alumni over drinks and canapés to find out what they have been up to since graduation and moreover this will be a great opportunity for our graduates to network with former students who studied at Queen Mary, work in their industry or one that they are interested in. To confirm your attendance to any of these events please register at the following links below. The password for all events are SBM2017 (all caps). If you experience any issues with registering email email@example.com or contact our Alumni Relations and Events Officer, Alicia George on firstname.lastname@example.org. We do hope that you can attend for Stefan looks forward to welcoming you to these events on behalf of the School of Business and Management.
The Centre for Globalisation Research at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London, will be hosting its first brown bag seminar on Wednesday 17th May 2017. Please join Professor Pedro Martins, Director for the Centre for Globalisation Research and his colleagues who will be presenting a series of academic papers at this auspicious event.
Henry Mintzberg's research focuses on managerial work, strategy formation, and forms of organizing, Henry has published a series of works.
Revaluing the Mundane is an international colloquium for academics interested in rethinking economic and social problems and for practitioners involved in practical initiatives, including stakeholders from government and civil society organisations.
The “Back to Basics” account focuses on values in addition to efficiency, including the values of autonomy and diversity. The third “basic” of the account refers to what has been termed, “the basic structure” – roughly, the main social and political institutions of society. In doing so, the “Back to Basics” emphasizes that there are limits to what business enterprises are permitted or required to do in order to respect the authority and legitimacy of legal and political institutions.
The Marketing and Retail Special Interest Group of the British Academy of Management and the Marketing and Communications Group (MARCOMMS) of the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London, are organising a one-day research workshop dedicated to the role of negative appeals and negative campaigning in marketing. The objective of the event is to present new research findings on this topic and discuss what roles these campaigns could have in marketing.
The research groups of BERG and MICB are organising a seminar on submitting to and getting accepted by highly ranked journals in business and management.
This presentation offers insights into the toxic effects of racism at work and presents new research that deepens our understanding of its insidious and pervasive effects. Like “second hand smoke” our research reveals that the harmful repercussions of racism extend well beyond the target to impact third-party bystanders in the workplace.
A small body of emerging research suggests that employers are increasingly profiling employees and institutionalising social boundaries by codifying, monitoring and enforcing professional online conduct.
As part of the QMUL Inaugural Lecture Series, Professor Sushanta Mallick examines how far the developing countries have come in their process of growth following the rapid pace of policy reforms in the 1990s; which he calls the “great liberalisation” of the 1990s.
The School of Business and Management is organising a seminar on submitting to and getting accepted by highly ranked journals in business and management.
Can adaption beat hindsight? Evidence from investors’ adapting technical trading rules
The aim of this study is to explore dirty workers’ affective responses to chronic insecurities produced by the practices and logic of neoliberalism, and to demonstrate the centrality of affect in shaping the relationship with the past and the future.
This talk will present the core ideas and preliminary findings of an ESRC Transformative Grant Research Project into collective creativity among entrepreneurs who utilise one of London’s many innovation hubs (co-working spaces). The contents and arguments offered will be of interest not only to those with an interest in entrepreneurship, organisations and collective creativity but also for researchers focusing on the future of work, business models and space.
This talk will present its findings which investigate how new roads are used as burial sites for hazardous waste and the health implications this has on individuals who live nearby; with a particular focus on Ethiopia.
This seminar will present findings that investigate the influence of a CEO’s specialist managerial experience on the probability of failure and survivability of IPO firms.
Ken Davies is the former head of global relations at the OECD, and also worked as a Senior Economist at the Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment at Columbia University
This seminar will discuss and address general challenges to achieving change in complex organisational settings.
Gender and career / life outcomes: An analysis of individual, household and organizational factors
The School of Business and Management would like to invite all SBM alumni to our Breakfast Catch Up. This will be a great opportunity to build networks with alumni who work in business and management industries over breakfast.
"Pension Accounting and Firm Value: A Dynamic Analysis”
R and D activities of emerging countries (EMEs) have increased considerably. We scrutinize inventions, spillovers and the “scale effects” in a large panel of EMEs.
The research by Dr James Forder reconsiders the intentions of Friedman’s (1968) Presidential Address, his goals, and the relevance of the Phillips curve.
The study, presented by Professor Colin Green, presents evidence in support of female representation on corporate boards, with a focus on firm performance and economic rationale.
The School of Business and Management (SBM) would like to invite all postgradaute students who have completed their studies in September 2016 to SBM's Postgraduate Alumni Reception.
The paper presented by Dr Laura Morosanu looks at how Romanian migrants in the UK cope with stigmatised identities.
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.
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?
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.
Professor Panicos O'Demetriades presents research which shows the links between financial fragility and crises, and the effect these have on growth.
Trey McArver is Director of China Research at Trusted Sources, an emerging markets macroeconomic research firm.
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,
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.
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.
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.
This is an informal networking event focusing on local female entrepreneurs.
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.
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', 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.
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.
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.
Centre for Government and Leadership - Open Lecture
Professor Silvia Gherardi, University of Trento
Varieties of the Worker-Mother and the Challenges for Policy Professor Marian BairdQMUL Humanities and Social Science Distinguished Visitor 2013Professor of Employment RelationsSydney University
Professor Mats Alvesson, Lund University, Sweden and Visiting Fellow in the School of Business and Management
24th May 2013, 11-1pm, FB4.04/08, Bancroft Building, Mile End Campus
Time: 1.00 - 2.00pm
Organised jointly between:CGR - Centre for Globalisation Research, Queen Mary, University of London andCEGBI - Centre for the Evolution of Global Business and Institutions, University of York
Time: 13.00 - 14.45, Wednesday 13th April 2011
Speaker: Dr Huw Edwards, School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University Time: 13.00 - 14.00