D'Amore-McKim's IBS Academic Group invited Niron Hashai, Associate Professor of School of Business Administration at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, to discuss his work.
Marvin Lieberman talked about creating and capturing value at the level of the firm: What does that mean, and how can it be measured?
Dr. Arvind Panagariya, former Senior Advisor to the Indian Prime Minister, provided a modern outlook for the Indian economy
Nardone Seminar: Local Institutions, Meaning Making, and Heterogeneity in Impact Investing Practices
Esther Leibel spoke about Local Institutions, Meaning Making, and Heterogeneity in Impact Investing Practices.
Renata Laczi spoke on the location choice of the traditional and emerging market multinationals.
Albert Wöcke, Professor of GIBS at University of Pretoria, discussed his work.
D'Amore-McKim's IBS Academic Group invited Charles Chan, CEO of Ascendas Singbridge China, to discuss his work.
D'Amore-McKim's IBS Academic Group invited Ilya Cuypers, Associate Professor of Strategic Management at Singapore Management University, to discuss his work.
Nardone Seminar: The Cognitive-Cultural Embeddedness of Family Firms - Implications for Prevalence, Strategy, and Performance
D'Amore-McKim's IBS Academic Group invited Marc Van Essen, Associate Professor of International Business at Darla School of Business, to deliver a talk about: “The cognitive-cultural embeddedness of family firms: Implications for prevalence, strategy, and performance,” as part of the Center for Emerging Markets Nardone Speaker Series.
Mr. Lawson spoke about doing business in contemporary Russia.
Nardone Seminar: Exploring the Link Between Financial Performance and Involvement in Human Rights Controversies | Elisa Giuliani, U. of Pisa
Elisa Giuliani spoke about the wrongdoing by emerging country global players in a talk titled: “Exploring the link between financial performance and involvement in human rights controversies.”
D'Amore-McKim's IBS Academic Group invited Lilach Trabelsi, PhD student at Bocconi University, to present her talk “Competition and sustainability: What lies beneath” as part of the Center for Emerging Markets Nardone Speaker Series.
Nardone Seminar: Institutional Deviance in Corporate Governance - An International Comparison |Michael A. Witt, INSEAD
Mr. Witt spoke about Institutional Deviance in Corporate Governance: An International Comparison.
Brought together by D'Amore-McKim's Center for Emerging Markets and Cornell's Emerging Markets Institute, researchers explored how emerging multinationals from Asia and Latin America have expanded aggressively on a global scale.
Mr. De Groote spoke about whether or not companies care about insider trading behavior.