Research Seminar Series

Research seminars are often associated with particular research projects or current affairs and run during throughout the academic year. These seminars are directed primarily at Faculty members, but postgraduate students and corporate members are usually welcome.

 

2019

Tuesday , June11 | Evangelos Benos, The Bank of England "Centralized trading, transparency and interest rate swap market liquidity: evidence from the implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act"

 

Tuesday, April 9 | Ioulia Bessa, University of Leeds "Examining the link between flexibe working arrangement bundles and employee work effort"

 

Friday, March 29 | Jordan Siegel, University of Michigan "Is U.S. formalized lobbying more about nefarious corruption of benign industry information provision? Evidence from foreign firms lobbying in the U.S."

 

Tuesday, February 12 | Evy Sakellariou, Kingston University "The slacklining trajectory in creative project evolution"

 

Tuesday, Janury 8 |  Marios Samdanis, Brunel University London "From Measuring to Organising for Social Impact: A Conceptual Framework for Social Impact and Organisational Design"

 


2018

Tuesday, November 13 | Antonis Stamatogiannakis, IE Business School “A Small Difference Makes All the Difference: Cognitive and Affective Responses to Attainment versus Maintenance Goals.”

 

Tuesday, October 10 | Konstantinos Poulis , Middlesex University & Epsilon Hellas “Human agency and complexity: A requisite variety perspective”

 

Wednesday, July 11 | Bill Rougas, TU Delft “Design and learn through games for decision making”

 

Tuesday, June 12 | Panagiotis Avramidis , Alba Graduate Business School “Do banks appraise internal capital markets during credit shocks? Evidence from the Greek crisis”

 

Tuesday, May 8 | Yannis Floros , Iowa State University “U.S. exchange upgrades: Reducing uncertainty through a two-stage IPO”

 

Tuesday, April 17 | Manthos Delis ,Montpellier Business School " Credit and Income"

 

Tuesday, March 13 | Maria Iosifidi ,Montpellier Business School “What's the Use of Having a Reputation If You Can't Ruin It Every Now and Then?' Regulatory Enforcement Actions on Banks and the Structure of Loan Syndicates”

 

Tuesday, February 13 | Andreas Robotis, Alba Graduate Business School “The Moderators of Anger in the Workplace: An Empirical Investigation using Football Data and Machine Learning Algorithms”

 

Tuesday, January 9 | Evangelos Dioikitopoulos , King’s College London “Dynamic status effects, savings, and income inequality”


2017

Tuesday, June 13 | Dr. Nikoletta-Theofania Siamagka

 

Tuesday, March 14 | Dr. Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou "Mindfulness Mediation against technostress: How ancient Asian philosophies and practices can help us with a very modern Western problem?"

 

Tuesday, February 14| Dr. Seraphim Voliotis "Mathematics and Deviance"


2016

Lecture series  "Reflections on the State of the Greek Economy"

 

Tuesday, November 8

  • Konstantinos Aivalis, Economic Consultant, Greece
  • Dr. Ioanna Sapfo Pepelasis, Athens University of Economics and Business
  • Dr. Stefanos Zarkos, Alba Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece

"Why leverage does not deliver: Lessons from the performance of the top 50 industrial firms in Greece during the Great Depression"


2015

Lecture series  "Reflections on the State of the Greek Economy"

 

Tuesday, March 14 | Dr. Natasha Papazafeiropoulou, Senior Lecturer, Brunel University "Mindfulness mediation against technostress: How ancient Asian philosophies and practices can help us with a very modern Western problem"


2014

Lecture series  "Reflections on the State of the Greek Economy"

 

Thursday, May 29 |. Dr. Nikos Vettas,   Athens University of Economics and Business, Foundation of Economic & Industrial Research  "Reforms and Development: When and How"

 

Tuesday, April 29 | Yanos Gramatidis, Institute of Economic Policy & Public Governance of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce. "The pathology of the Greek economic model and the degree of institutional and social participation in the economic development 'antidote'"

 

Monday, March 31 | Tasos Giannitsis, University of Athens "Societies in evolution and societies falling behind. The complex relationship between reform and status quo"

 

Tuesday, February 25 | Aristidis Hatzis, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Law & Theory of Institutions at the University of Athens "Institutional deficit and how to address it"

 

Monday, January 27 | Epaminondas Farmakis, President and C.E.O. of elpis S.A "Philanthropy as a means for growth”


Related actions

Institutional deficit and how to address it (GR) "Philanthropy as a means for growth (GR)

2013

Lecture series  "Reflections on the State of the Greek Economy"

 

Thursday, June 6 | Aristos Doxiadis, partner at OpenFund "Is export-led growth an option for Greece?"

 

Tuesday, May 23 | George Prokopakis, Business Consultant "The stabilization mechanism as project"

 

Tuesday, April 2 | Ploutarchos Sakellaris, Athens University of Economics & Business “Some thoughts on financing investment for growth”

 

Wednesday, March 6 | George Pagoulatos, Athens University of Economics & Business "Greece in a changing Eurozone"

 

Tuesday, February 5 | Stavros Thomadakis, University of Athens "Debt, deleveraging and mechanisms for development"

 

Tuesday, January 22 | Gikas Hardouvelis, University of Piraeus “From Crisis to Growth: How and When”


Related actions

"Is export-led growth an option for Greece?" "Debt, deleveraging and mechanisms for development" (GR) “From Crisis to Growth: How and When”

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