Institute for International Management Speaker Series

The Institute for International Management has organised a Speaker Series to bring together researchers from across a wide range of fields in order to address timely and pertinent questions in the field of international management.


10 October 2019 From 3.30pm International Business studies and tax avoidance: a neglected history

Dr Matti Ylönen

University of Helsinki

17 October 2019 From 3.30pm Informality as Orality or a Clash of Civilisations? The Jaza Duka Project in Kenya

Dr Gerhard Schnyder

Loughborough University London

24 October 2019 From 4pm The role of social control in how corporate irresponsibility is remembered and forgotten within communities: The case of a mining dam burst in Brazil

Dr Rajiv Maher

Trinity College Dublin

31 October 2019 From 3.30pm On organizing refugee camps

Marco Distinto

Open University

7 November 2019 From 3.30pm In or out? Attention allocation in dispersed teams in multinational corporations

Dr Susan Hill

Cass Business School

14 November 2019 From 3.30pm Labour mobility in the production–social reproduction nexus: Between crisis resolution and (re)constitution of uneven and combined Europe

Dr Greg Schwartz

University of Bristol

5 December 2019 From 3.30pm Addressing the Misrepresentation of Marginalized Groups

Dr Rashedur Chowdhury

University of Southampton

12 December 2019 From 3.30pm How Domestic and Transnational Governmental Corporate Social Responsibility Strategies Interplay: From Selective Cooptation to Proactive Coordination in Korea

Professor Jean-Pascal Gond

Cass Business School

30 January 2020 From 3.30pm On institutional parasites

Dr Jukka Rintamäki

Loughborough University London

13 February 2020 From 3.30pm Empowerment Inc.: Can corporations really 'empower' women, and do we even want them to?

Dr Lauren McCarthy

Royal Holloway, University of London

27 February 2020 From 3.30pm Innovation and knowledge management of MNEs in and from emerging economies

Dr Shasha Zhao

Middlesex University