This research seminar will take place on Wednesday, 12th June, 2019 in ESGW111. Attendance is free, but registration is required for catering purposes.
9.30-10.00am Arrival, registration, networking and coffee/tea
Session 1- Research funding information and advice and the student experience
10.00 – 10.20am Miss Clara Hardy, Uni of Brunel Final Year student- Innovation Hub Competition- A winner’s experience
10.20 – 10.40am Dr. Giovanna Bono, Uni of Brunel, RSDO- Help and support for external grant applications and internal procedures for applying for funding
Session 2- Diversity, sustainability and innovation issues
10.40 – 11.10am Paper 1 – Professor Mine Karatas-Ozkan (Uni of Southampton) – Diversity and social inclusion perspectives to entrepreneurship
11.10 – 11.40am Paper 2- Dr Shahnaz Ibrahim (Uni of Southampton) – Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs); A multi-layered perspective
11.40am – 12.10pm Paper 3- Ms. Melike Tunalioglu (Uni of Southampton) – Academic entrepreneurship and diversity strands: towards social inclusion
12.10 – 12.40pm Paper 4- Professor Sibyl Yamak (Uni of Wolverhampton) – The link between sustainability and innovation with a focus on MNE and SME/entrepreneur collaboration
12.40 – 1.00pm Discussion
1.00 – 1.30pm Buffet lunch and networking
Session 3- Family business, social issues and the sharing economy
1.30 – 2.00pm Paper 5 – Professor Yong Wang (Uni of Wolverhampton) – Particularistic and system trust in family businesses: The role of family influence
2.00 – 2.30pm Paper 6- Mr Fahim Ghaus (Uni of Brunel PhD student) -Determinants of social enterprises’ internationalization.
2.30 – 3.00pm Paper 7- Dr Marios Samdanis and Professor Catherine Wang – From measuring to organising for social impact: A conceptual framework for social impact and organisational design
3.00 – 3.30pm Paper 8- Dr Oksana Gerwe –Towards conceptualisation of “peer” and the typology of peer-to-peer businesses
3.30 – 3.50pm Discussion, tea and coffee
Session 4- Finance, innovation and stakeholder perspectives
3.50 – 4.20pm Paper 9 – Dr Samuel Salia (Uni of Wolverhampton) – From gift giving to capital markets: Predicting the success and failure of diaspora bonds for selected European countries using linear discriminant analysis
4.20 – 4.50pm Paper 10 – Dr Marios Samdanis, Dr Raffaella Valsecchi and Professor Mustafa Ozbilgin – The impact of digitalisation on professional practice in the architecture profession
4.50 – 5.20pm Paper 11- Mr Fintan Clear – Evaluating the effectiveness of Brunel’s Co-Innovate collaborative projects from the stakeholder perspectives
5.20 – 5.40pm Discussion and close
For further information, and to register, please contact Dr Grahame Fallon.