UNE Business School Seminars 2015

UNEBS Seminars 2015 (Updated 14/12/2015)

Presentation DateTimeVenueSpeaker Seminar Title
12/01/2015 11:00AM LT3 Professor Alex Frino "CEO Narcissism and Earnings Management "
6/03/2015 12:30PM LT5 Professor Robert Faff "Pitching Research"
19/03/2015 3:00PM LT1 Dr. Ray Collins "Value in Collaboration: Opportunities for Closer Links between Schools of Business and Schools of Agriculture"
20/03/2015 12:30PM LT5 Dr. Michael Kortt "Population size, density and urban government expenditure: Evidence from the Sydney metropolitan area"
27/03/2015 2:00PM LT5 Professor Lin Crase and Dr. Bethany Cooper "Understanding and Measuring the Amenity and Ecological Value of Urban Waterways"
8/04/2015 1:00PM LT5 Professor Rui Marques "Sustainability of Urban Water Services: Scorecards and Roadmaps"
8/05/2015 12:00PM LT5 Professor Gabriel Donleavy “The General Theory of Accounting Project - A Progress Report"
15/05/2015 12:00PM LT5 Professor John Rice "The Determinants of CEO Support for Board Decisions in the Not-for-profit Context"
29/05/2015 1:00PM LT5 Professor Oscar Cacho "Designing Effective Policies for Climate-Smart Agriculture by Combining Evidence and Modelling"


10:30AM LT5 Dr. Shawn Leu "Financial Integration in Asia"


10:30AM LT5 Professor Balasingham Balachandran "Powerful CEO and Stock Price Crash Risk"
10/09/2015 2:00PM LT3 Professor Abbas Valadkhani "Self-Exciting Effects of House Prices on Unit Prices in Australian Capital Cities"


1:00PM LT4 Professor Christopher O'Donnell "John Dillon Memorial Lecture - Is Productivity Growth Bad?"
18/09/2015 10:30AM LT5 Mr Kodjo Kondo "Count Model Selection and Post-Estimation to Evaluate Composite Flour Technology Adoption in Senegal (West Africa)"


10:30AM LT5 Mr Jim McFarlane "Is Technological Unemployment in Australia a Reason for Concern?"


12:00PM LT5 Professor Steve Hall "Communities, the Mining Industry and Government – The Need to Find Common Ground"


12:00PM LT2 Associate Professor George Battese "Jack Makeham Memorial Lecture - Factors Influencing the Productivity and Efficiency of Wheat Farmers in Punjab, Pakistan"


12:00PM LT2 Professor Arye L. Hillman“Protecting ideology: Belief in the benevolence of government and the challenge of politically assigned rents”


12:00PM LT2 Professor Garry Griffith "Developing New Value Chains for Small-Scale and Emerging Cattle Farmers in South Africa"


11:00AM LT2 Professor Jacques Trienekens “Organisational Innovation in Agriculture and Food Chains: Towards Sustainable and Market Orientated Business Networks”