UNE Business School Seminars 2017

Presentation DateTimeVenueSpeakerSeminar Title
17/01/201711:00AMLT2Professor Alex Frino (University of Wollongong)

The Relationship between Board Independence and Stock Price Performance: Australian Evidence

30/01/201711:00AMLT2Mr. Bao H. Nguyen (Australian National University)Macroeconomic Effects of Energy Price Shocks in China
23/03/201711:00AMLT2Dr. Nkhanedzeni (Baldwin) Nengovhela (South African Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF))

Integrating Animal Science and Psychology to Incubate Smallholder Value Chains: Beef and Poultry Case Studies in South Africa

(Joint Seminar with AARES New England Branch)

30/03/201711:00AMLT2Professor Anis Chowdhury         (Former Director of UN-ESCAP and Chief of UN-DESA)The Intellectual Contribution of the UN to Economic thought and Development Discourse
10/04/201712:00AMLT3Mr. Kapil Kulkarni
(Pacific Environment Limited)

Valuing the benefit of using odour monitoring and forecast data to optimise sewage treatment works operations: A real options framework

(Joint Seminar with AARES New England Branch)

21/04/201711:00AMLT2Associate Professor Julie Fisher (Monash University)Gender and IT why it is an issue for business
12/05/20171:00pmLT4Dr. John Dixon (ACIAR)

2017 John Dillon Memorial Lecture -  Sustainable Intensification: Future Opportunities and Constraints

(Joint Seminar with AARES New England Branch)

31/05/201711:00AMLT2Associate Professor Mariah Ehmke (University of Wyoming)

The Economics of Food Fraud Policy: Determining Consumer Willingness to Pay to Inform Policy

(Joint Seminar with AARES New England Branch)

21/07/201711:00AMLT3Professor Oscar Cacho
(UNE Business School)

Combining evidence and modelling to contribute to climate adaptation by smallholders

(Joint Seminar with AARES New England Branch)

24/07/20173:00PMLewis Lecture TheatureMr. Lachlan Feggans

MM200 Guest Lecture - CHEP Australia: Creating Business Value through Sustainability

04/08/201711:00AMLT3Emeritus Professor Amarjit Kaur
(UNE Business School)
The Good Housemaid: Indonesian and Filipina Domestic Workers in Malaysia and Singapore
15/09/201711:00AMLT3PhD(c) Can (Tsan) Wang
(UNE Business School)

The impacts of land degradation and land use change on agricultural production and rural income in China

(Joint Seminar with AARES New England Branch)

AARES New England Branch Seminars 2017