Category Archives: Northampton Business School
On Wednesday 15 March Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner, Mr. Muhammad Zulqar Nain, will visit UoN to deliver a seminar on “Economic Development In Bangladesh”.
His presentation will include:
1. A short introduction of recent economic development in Bangladesh.
2. Some discussion of its relationship with Britain and China (including the influence of the ‘one belt one road’ initiative’).
The seminar will be on Wednesday 15 March from 13:00-14:30 in Cottesbrooke C226, Park Campus. Some local Bangladesh food will also be provided for you to try. If you would like to book a place please go to the Eventbrite page. If you have any questions please contact Esther Ramsden.
The Faculty of Business and Law invite all our research staff and supervisors, PGR students and all those interested to two transfer seminars, happening next week in C227. PGR student, Louise Atkinson, is presenting at 1pm on Tuesday 4th October on “The Role of Community Influences on Socially Responsible Activity within SMEs”. PGR student, Maher Daboul, is presenting at 12.30pm on Wednesday 5th October on “Impact of Brand Crises on Brand Image in the age of Corporate Social Responsibility.” Read on for the abstracts…
A call for papers from NBS staff and NBS doctoral students for the 2nd Annual NBS Conference has been announced. Changemaker for Tomorrow: creating business impact through research is this year’s theme and the conference will run on 15th and 16th June 2016. The deadline for abstracts is May 3rd 2016.
If your research area relates to any of the following themes:
- Logistics and Supply Chain
- Emerging Economies
then why not submit a paper? Please email your abstract, along with a brief personal biography to Sandy.MacDonald@northampton.ac.uk
Sharing our Struggles Seminar Series: Putting pen to paper…… reflections, modes, interactions and dynamics.
Find out more about this event by following this link
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Submitted by Debbie Christopher
28th April 2016 at 13:00 in C226.
Dr Yongjiang Shi from Oxford University. ‘International Operations Management (IOM) of Multinational Corporations (MNCs): To pursue a holographic understanding for their IOM network systems.’
4th May 2016 at 13:00 in C226.
Visiting Professor Deborah Johnston: ‘Combining Excellence in Research and Teaching.‘
11th May 2016 at 13:00 in C309.
Maher Daboul, Phd Student. Transfer Seminar.
25th May 2016 at 13:00 in C227.
Payal Jain, Phd Student. ‘Developing social value creation framework: perspectives of private, public and third sectors.’
Please email Debbie Christopher if you would like to attend.
Submitted by Dr Hala Mansour
Northampton Business School is holding the 19th annual Dilemmas for Human Services International Research Conference from 12-14 September 2016. The link for the call for paper to the Conference 2016 is here.
The Dilemmas conferences date back to 1995, and are organised by researchers working at Keele University, Staffordshire University UK, the University of East London UK, Luleå University of Technology, Linköping University, and Linnaeus University, Sweden and now Northampton Business School. Theme of this year’s conference is change management and most of the discussion will be around managing change from different perspectives (Challenges, Ethics, Gender,……).
Submitted by Dr Sandy MacDonald
The above workshop will be held in room C226 on 18th November from 2 to 4pm.
About the speaker:
Dr Mohamed Saeudy is lecturer in Accounting and Finance at School of Management and Business, Aberystwyth University. Dr Saeudy is a qualitative researcher in Social and Environmental Accounting. His research interest centres on how financial and accounting practices may help business institutions to be more sustainable. His work has focused on developing organisational lenses to understand accounting for sustainable development practices in different organisational settings e.g. small and medium size businesses and higher education institutions. His current work explores the accounting for sustainable development practices in the banking sector. Furthermore, his research interests focus around the main impediments and motivations of organisational sustainability. Dr Saeudy has spent many years working in the banking industry in Egypt and UK. He had also held a research and teaching commitments in accounting and finance at the University of Derby. He also led and taught the Green Accounting and Sustainability Modules at Keele University covering the topics ranging from accountability processes to sustainable business strategies and policies.
If you wish to attend please let Debbie Christopher know.