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Programme of the Research Week - 23-27. May 2016

 

 

Programmes in English

24th May

13.00-16.00 Academic writing support I. with Thomas Basboll,  senior advisor, Copenhagen BS

Organiser: Primecz Henriett

Venue: C 204

 

Thomas Basbøll is writing consultant at Copenhagen Business School, for more detail, please, check his webpage: http://secondlanguage.blogspot.hu/p/about-me_14.html

24th of May afternoon (13.00-16.00) is open to anyone who would like to learn about academic writing style and process. You can also consult Thomas’ webpage:

http://secondlanguage.blogspot.hu/p/writing-coach.html

More details on his lecture, everybody is welcome, but registration is needed.

25th of May morning (9.00-12.00) is a master class, which is open for those who devote some time and energy before the workshop. The aim is to improve one of your papers.  So visit Thomas’ page again:

http://secondlanguage.blogspot.dk/p/getting-started.html

 

If you cannot devote 9 hours for preparing, it is fine, 2.5 hours work as well, but be prepared: write your introduction and conclusion according to his guidelines. The important thing is that you submit something you have written freshly and deliberately, not something that you’ve just dug up for the occasion.

There’s no limit as far as Thomas is concerned on how many attend the first seminar. He would prefer that the people attending the masterclass on the second day have attended the seminar on the first day, but it’s a not a deal-breaker if they’ve taken the Challenge. Also: while it’s true that we’ll probably only be able to look at the writing of 5 people for the workshop, Thomas is not against having more people in the room. As long as they can accept that their work might not be looked at, he is fine with it.

 

 

 

It is possible to take part separately in the two parts of the course but registration is needed under the following link http://goo.gl/forms/oNvpdoDCm9

25th May

9.00-12.00 Academic writing support II. with Thomas Basboll,  senior advisor, Copenhagen BS

Organiser: Primecz Henriett

Venue: C 204

 

25th of May morning is a master class, which is open for those who devote some time and energy before the workshop. The aim is to improve one of your papers.  So visit Thomas’ page again: http://secondlanguage.blogspot.dk/p/getting-started.html

 If you cannot devote 9 hours for preparing, it is fine, 2.5 hours work as well, but be prepared: write your introduction and conclusion according to his guidelines. The important thing is that you submit something you have written freshly and deliberately, not something that you’ve just dug up for the occasion.

There’s no limit as far as Thomas is concerned on how many attend the first seminar. He would prefer that the people attending the masterclass on the second day have attended the seminar on the first day, but it’s a not a deal-breaker if they’ve taken the Challenge. Also: while it’s true that we’ll probably only be able to look at the writing of 5 people for the workshop, Thomas is not against having more people in the room. As long as they can accept that their work might not be looked at, he is fine with it.

It is possible to take part separately in the two parts of the course but registration is needed under the following link http://goo.gl/forms/oNvpdoDCm9

 

26th May

9.00-12.00 How to enter the international research scene? Sharing experience on research projects, publication strategies, and research funding

Room: C 204

The aim of this half-day session is to give floor to our guests from Warsaw SGH and EM Normandie and researchers from Corvinus to present their research findings and experiences. The presenters have a chance to show the topics that they are interested in for possible future cooperation. The structure of the session is based on 20 minutes presentations and discussions on technical circumstances of research projects in different institutions.

Andrea Gelei (Corvinus Business School): Triadic Approach in Supply Management

Samy Belaid (EM Normandie): From qualitative research to Modeling

Michał Konopczak (Warsaw School of Economics):Impact of government debt holdings by non-residents on emerging economies’ sovereign risk

Katarzyna Sum (Warsaw School of Economics): Post-crisis regulations and bank lending- prudential enhancement or costly constraint?

Dániel Havran (Corvinus Business School): Market Impact on Small Stock Exchanges

 

13.00-16.00 parallel sessions

Gender research at Corvinus BS and EM Normandie 

Organised by Henriett Primecz

Room: C 204

Beáta Nagy: Who is behind successful women?

Erika Gábor: Is Hungarian organizational culture feminine or masculine?

Katalin Oborni: Middle level women managers' career prospects in Hungary

Zsuzsanna Gódány: Female enterpreneurs in Slovakia

Henriett Primecz and Helena Karjalainen: African female managers at harbours: prospects and difficulties

 

B2B research at  Corvinus BS and EM Normandie

Organiser: Simon Judit (BCE) & Mandják Tibor (EM Normandie)

Venue: C 206 

 

Financial markets and nature conservation: searching for  a new research field

Room: FINLAB

Péter Csóka, Dániel Havran and György Pataki

Why Ecologists Should Care about Financial Markets? Workshop and discussion about future common questions

The workshop will initiate a debate among ecologists and economists based on the following article: Galaz, V. et al. (2015) Why Ecologists Should Care about Financial Markets. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, Vol. 30, Iss. 10, pp. 571–580


Abstract
Financial actors such as international banks and investors play an important role in the global economy. This role is shifting due to financial innovations, increased sustainability ambitions from large financial actors, and changes in international commodity markets. These changes are creating new global connections that potentially make financial markets, actors, and instruments important aspects of global environmental change. Despite this, the way financial markets and actors affect ecosystem change in different parts of the world has seldom been elaborated in the literature. We summarize these financial trends, explore how they connect to ecosystems and ecological change in both direct and indirect ways, and elaborate on crucial research gaps.

 

 27th May

9.00-12.00 Entering to the international market of publication? It is possible!

 

World Café roundtables with Corvinus BS and EM Normandie

Room: C 206

Facilitator: Andrea Toarniczky 

Research Support Practices (György Pataki)    
Publication Practices (Krisztina Demeter, Tibor Mandják)    
Networking Building (Henriett Primecz, Helena Karjalainen)

Last modified: 2019.03.11.