TiSEM - Tilburg School of Economics and Management

TiSEM's seminars: Management

Please contact the secretary if you need additional information about the seminars.


Upcoming seminars

Department Management - Seminars first semester 2019

  • 12 September 2019
    Anne Jeanne Marie Joseph Servantie Jacqueminet
    Bocconi University
    Title: “Environmental institutional arbitrage: the role of non-market capabilities”
    Series:  S&O Seminar
    More information about Anne Jeanne Marie Joseph Servantie Jacqueminet
  •  20 September 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: T50a
    Paolo Aversa
    University of London
    Title: “Experience and Firm Performance in a Dynamic Environment: The Moderating Role of Competence Variety”Series: SO
    Series: S&O Seminar
    More information about Paolo Aversa
  •  24 September 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: TZ 012
    Sri Talluri
    Michigan State University
    Title: “Procurement Decisions and Information Sharing under Multi-Tier Disruption Risk in a Supply Chain”
    Series: ISCM Seminar
    More information about Sri Talluri
  • 26 September 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: RTZ 102
    Sri Talluri
    Michigan State University
    Series: Publishing seminar
    More information about Sri Talluri
  • 27 September 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: T50a
    Karin Hoisl
    University of Mannheim
    Title: "Status Spillovers: The Effects of Female Mentorship on the Next Generation of Life Scientists"     
    Series: S&O Seminar
    More information about Karin Hoisl
  • 1 October 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: K 1206
    Pascual Berrone
    IESE Business School, University of Navarra
    Title: A Behavioral Perspective of Search in Nonprofit Organizations: How Programmatic Aspirations Drive Fundraising Efforts
    Series: S&O Seminar
    More information about Pascual Berrone
  • 11 October 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15,  Location: K 1206
    Chee-Wee Tan
    Copenhagen Business School
    Title: Tracing the evolution of Blockchain-based banknote supply chain: a path dependency perspective
    Series: ISCM Seminar
    More information about Chee-Wee Tan
  • 25 October 2019, Time: 10:00-12:00, Location: K 1206
    Hart Posen
    Wisconsin School of Business
    Series: Advanced Topics seminar
    More information about Hart Posen
  • 25 October 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: K 1206
    Hart Posen
    Wisconsin School of Business
    Title: Uncertainty in Learning Curves: Implications for Early Mover Advantage
    Series: S&O Seminar
    More information about Hart Posen
  • 30 October 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: K 1206
    Chris Voss

    Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
    Title: Bricolage – its potential application in operations and supply chain management
    Series: ISCM Seminar
    More information about Chris Voss

  • 14 November 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: K 1206
    Carol Saunders
    University of Central Florida
    Title: Leveraging your research: different perspectives, different publications
    Series: ISCM Seminar
    More information about Carol Saunders

  • 14 November 2019, Time: 14:45-16:15, Location: K 1206
    Bruno Cassiman
    IESE Business School and KU Leuven

    Title: Profiting from innovation: Markups, productivity and technical efficiency
    Series: S&O Seminar
    More information about Bruno Cassiman
  • 29 November 2019, Time: 12:45-14:15, Location: K 1206
    Mervi Vähätalo
    University of Turku
    Title: Profiting from Innovation: Markups, Productivity and Technical Efficiency
    Series: 
    More information about Mervi Vähätalo
  • 4 December 2019, Time: 13:15-14.45, Location K 1206
    Arvind Tripathi
    University of Auckland
    Title: Project Recommendations for Open Source Software Developers
    Series: IM
    More information about Arvind Tripathi
     

Seminars and Recruiting Activities

The seminars in Management Department are organized by Spyros Angelopoulos. If you are an author of a paper listed on this page and would like the paper or its title removed, e.g. pending journal review or publication, please contact the secretaries' office of the Management Department.

The Department regularly seeks to hire qualified faculty at all levels. Interested applicants can visit the Job Market System of Management Department  or contact the secretary of the recruiting committee.

Furthermore, we always seek motivated Ph.D. students. Interested students can contact Zilin He for Ph.D. positions in Strategy and Organization or Henk Akkermans for Ph.D. positions in Information and Supply Chain Management.