Schedule: CeFEO Research Seminars, Autumn 2018

Place: Jönköping International Business School

Time: 12:00-13:00

Place: B6046 (if nothing else stated)

Sept 3rd (R&R Seminar organized by CeFEO)

Assistant Professor Norbert Steigenberger

Should I Stay, or Should I Go? Multi-focus Identification and Employee Retention in Post-Acquisition Integration

Sept 17th

Assistant Professor Juhana Peltonen

Using Supervised Machine Learning to Identify Family Firms Using the EU Definition

Sept 24th

Independent Researcher Louisa Diana Brunner

A life of two persons. A case study on trans-generational trauma transmission in a family business

October 8th

Visiting Phd Candidate Pedro Karam

Conflict in family business: antecedents and effects on Strategic Decision Making

October 22nd

Visiting Phd Candidate Stefano Amato

Family Firms and Employment Growth: A Local Embeddedness Perspective

November 12th

Visiting Post Doctor Jasper Brinkerink

A family never forgets? Imprints of past collaborative experiences and the interorganizational trust propensity of family and nonfamily firms

November 19th

Ph.D. Matthias Christian Waldkirch

Pulled apart but held together: Job system change as a contestation process

December 10th

Visiting Professor Bill Schulze

Why do Owner-Managed Firms have Boards

December 17th

Visiting Professor Léo-Paul Dana

Revisiting the unit of analysis in entrepreneurship research

December 11th - CeFEO Workshop

The external discussants for this workshop will be (alphabetical order):

  1. Clay Dibrell: University of Mississippi
  2. Carole Howorth: University of York
  3. Matti Koiranen: University of Jyväskylä
  4. Bill Schulze: University of Utah

If you want to present at one of the scheduled dates, please contact CeFEOs Co-Director, Professor Francesco Chirico .

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