Research Seminar

NIDA Business School cordially invites scholars, researchers and students to attend the Research Seminar Series in business and management related fields. The Research Seminar Series is an interdisciplinary vehicle for the discussion of academic and scholarly research. The goal of the seminar series is to foster the academic development and cooperation between NIDA Business School and the research community worldwide.

July 22 (Fri) Dr. George O. White/Dr. Tazeeb Rajwani University of Michigan-Flint (US) / University of Surrey (UK) Doctoral and Faculty Consortium 2022
October 05 (Wed) Adamantios Diamantopoulos Does Consumer Xenocentrism Have A "Dark Side"? It's Impact on Compulsive Buying and Brand Addiction
06 (Thu) Adamantios Diamantopoulos Structural Equation Modelling ; Insights and Applications
19 (Wed) Ming D. Leung Race and Self Presentation: A Machine Learning and Computer Vision Investigation of Hiring Discrimination
January 04 (Sat) Prasad Padmanabhan St. Mary’s University A Possible Link Between The Objective of the Corporate Firm and Adoption of Costly Green Technologies
10 (Fri) Emerging Markets Society Paper Development Workshop
March 02 (Fri) Hemant Merchant University of South Florida at St.Petersburg Junior Faculty Consortium
July 04 (Wed) Lakshmi Iyers Walker College of Business Appalachian State Universit Big Data & Analytics for Societal Impact: Recent Research and Trends
12 (Thu) Russ Wermers University of Maryland at College Park Research on Investment Managers Using Portfolio-Holdings Information.
19 (Thu) M. Johnny Rungtusanatham Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University Why are (your) Supply disruptions severe? Firm and managerial considerations
September 20 (Thu) Ajai Gaur Rutgers University Coming Up With Research Ideas
October 07 (Sun) Josh Keller University of New South Wales A Paradox Mind/Developing a Research Design
24 (Wed) Kessara Kanchanapoom NIDA Business School Health Care Analytics
November 12 (Mon) Chomsorn Tangdenchai NIDA Business School Top Management and Bribery Decisions
December 21 (Fri) Asia Academy of Management NIDA Business School Paper Development Workshop
February 09 (Tue) Shrikant Panwalkar John Hopkins Carey Business School Scheduling Research
March 16 (Wed) Zhike Lei McDonough School of Business Georgetown University Teaming through Crisis: Interaction Patterns, Voice, and Adaptive Performance
19 (Sat) Marjorie Lyles Kelly School of Business Indiana University Succeeding as a Researcher / Renewing Our Research Interests
22 (Tue) Heli Wang Lee Kong Chian School of Business Singapore Management University Firm Downward Adjustments in Corporate Philanthropy Practice Under Earnings Pressure: The Influence of Institutional Logics and Organizational Learning
May 14 (Sat) Roy Chua Lee Kong Chian School of Business Singapore Management University Gender, Task Conflicts, and Intercultural Collaborations
June 11 (Sat) Patrick O'Sullivan Grenoble Ecole de Management (France) University of Warsaw (Poland) Organisational Indulgences or Abuse of Indulgences: Can Good Actions Somehow Wipe Out Corporate Sins?
18 (Sat) Scott Shackelford Kelly School of Business Indiana University Bottoms Up: A Comparison of “Voluntary” Cybersecurity Frameworks
July 11 (Mon) Kiattichai Kalasin China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS) The S-curve Relationship Between Government Ownership and Foreign Direct Investment
21 (Thu) Alfredo Jiménez Kedge Business School The Relationship Between Governments and Multinational Enterprises: The Role of Political Risk and Legitimacy
23 (Sat) Charlie Chen Walker College of Business Appalachian State University Intention To Disclose Personal Information Via Mobile Applications: A Privacy Calculus Perspective
August 09 (Tue) Suresh Sethi The University of Texas at Dallas Feedback Stackelberg Games for Dynamic Supply Chains with Cost Learning
22 (Mon) George Christopoulos Nanyang Technological University Beyond Micro and Macro: Employing Neuroscience to Understand Organizations ,Beauty, Culture and Mega-Cities
December 06 (Tue) Marilyn Uy Nanyang Technological University Is it Better to Give or Receive? The Role of Help in Buffering the Depleting Effects of Surface Acting
20 (Tue) Boris Maciejovsky University of California, Riverside Trusting Teams Too Much: Uncovering Hidden Profiles by Teams and Markets

For more information, please contact the research seminar series coordinator, Ms. Intira Jedsadapitak, at 02 727 3937 or ijedsadapitak@gmail.com