Nardone Family Seminar: Cities' Race to Attract Multinationals' Green Investments
Iiris Saittakari, Assistant Professor of International Business at Aalto University, Finland, offered an analysis framework for future-facing manufacturing investments that target green economic transitions, highlighting the importance of locational negotiations between multinational companies, cities, regions, and countries.
D'Amore-McKim's Finance Group is pleased to host its 8th annual Finance Conference, a two-day event for discussing new theoretical and empirical papers in all areas of finance.
Nardone Family Seminar: Transferring Sustainability Practices Within Multinational Companies
Cristina Leone, Ph.D. student at the University of Palermo and Visiting Scholar at the Center for Emerging Markets, discussed the institutional work needed to prompt efficient transfers of sustainability practices within multinational companies.
Nardone Family Seminar: Environmental Transparency & Green Innovation in Emerging Markets
Sorin Krammer, Professor of Strategy & International Business at Surrey Business School, explored how institutional changes regarding environmental transparency incentivize firms to develop technologies that save energy and reduce emissions, especially when they have international ties.
D'Amore-McKim School of Business 100th Anniversary Faculty Showcase
As part of its 100th-anniversary celebration, the D'Amore-McKim School of Business is hosting a research showcase highlighting current faculty research in its key strategic research areas: Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Fintech and Data Analytics, and International Business.
Nardone Family Seminar: The Adani Controversy: Causes and Consequences
Ashish Chugh, a leading portfolio investor, and Ganesh Krishnamoorthy, Professor of Accounting at Northeastern University, discussed the merits of Hindenburg's claims against Adani Group's business practices, and what it means for corporate governance, the stock market, India's infrastructure growth, and the India brand.
Northeastern Qualitative Research Conference
A free half-day online conference including expert panels, breakout discussions, and collective reflections.
Nardone Family Seminar: Coping with Global Institutional Change
Preet S. Aulakh, Professor of Strategy and the Pierre Lassonde Chair in International Business at the Schulich School of Business, York University, discussed his recent book “Coping with Global Institutional Change – A Tale of India's Textile and Pharmaceutical Industries.”
Nardone Family Seminar: Private Equity in Africa
Startups and entrepreneurship are taking off in Africa. Mezuo Nwuneli, Managing Partner at Sahel Capital, who has over 25 years of experience in finance and has invested in several companies in West Africa, discussed the role of private equity in Africa, with examples and insights from food, agriculture, and agribusiness.
Frontiers in International Business Conference
The Center for Emerging Markets co-sponsored the Frontiers in International Business Conference. The theme of this year's conference was “Multinational Companies and Sustainability in Global Supply Chains.”