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Seminars 2022/23

* Seminar time will be 1:30 - 3:00pm unless stated otherwise.
Date Venue



14th September 2022

*3:00 - 5:00pm


Professor Xueming Luo

Temple University

AI/ML Frontiers for Marketing and Management Analytics

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19th October 2022

WBS, Room 3.007

Dr Qiqi Jiang

Copenhagen Business School

Keep Looking up: Investigating Firms' Impression Management Strategy after Data Breach

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16th November 2022

WBS, Room 0.009

Dr Jason Chan

Carlson School of Management

Policing the Police: Examining the Role of News Reports on Racially-Biased Policing

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23rd November 2022

WBS, Lecture Theatre 3.006

Dr Aron Lindberg

Stevens Institute of Technology

Making Sense of Digital Geographies: An Ethnographic Study of a Metaverse

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30th November 2022



Professor Fiona Nah

City University of Hong Kong

Uncovering the Values of the Metaverse: A Value-Focused Thinking Approach

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6th December 2022

Room 1.005

Dr Ben Choi

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Encouraging Eco-Driving with Post-Trip Visualized Storytelling: An Experiment Combining Eye-Tracking and Driving Simulator

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Previous Seminars 2021/22

Previous seminars - 2020/21

14th April 2021 Dr Ning Nan UBC Sauder School of Business - Design without Final Goals: Organizing Digital Resources for Continued Strategy Renewal

17th February 2021 Professor Carmelo Cennamo Copenhagen Business School - The "love effect" in crowdfunding markets: How platform selective of projects affect value creation
3rd February 2021 Professor Susan Scott LSE - Digital Displacement: How Digitalization Affects Industry Standards
14th October 2020 Professor Robert Davison - The Coordination of Workarounds: Insights from a Mandated Global Enterprise System that Does Not Fit Local Realities