Jun 26 2018

Voice and Presentation Skills with Roberta Kerr

26/06/2018
Leeds University Business School

Roberta Kerr studied Drama and Education at Middlesex University.  In addition to teaching in Colleges and Universities, including Lancaster, Cumbria, and Salford universities, Roberta has been facilitating presentation skills courses in universities and for businesses in the corporate sector for over 20 years. Recipients have ranged from trainee teachers to senior academics and from shop… Read more

May 22 2018

Transforming Ethnographic Data into Publishable Work

22/05/2018
Keele Hall

Course objectives The symposium aims to provide a forum where PhD and Early Career Researchers can voice and discuss their experiences of engaging in ethnographic work, from gaining access to the field, transforming fieldwork diaries into PhD chapters and publishing from their work. The symposium contains talks by experienced ethnographers who have grappled with issues… Read more

May 16 2018

The Qualitative Case Study in Business and Management Research with Prof. Rebecca Piekkari

16/05/2018 - 17/05/2018
Leeds University Business School

Course objectives To provide advanced training to later stage PhD students and early career researchers regarding the diversity of ways of conducting case research in Business and Management Disciplines; To identify and discuss how ontological and epistemological assumptions affect views about quality criteria and research design of qualitative case study research; To develop skills on… Read more

May 16 2018

Advanced Econometric Analysis using Panel Data with Prof. Jeffrey Wooldridge

16/05/2018 - 17/05/2018
Durham university Business School

The aim of the workshop is to introduce participants to main assumptions and linear panel data models with particular reference to Pooled OLS, random- and fixed-effects estimation; how to use advanced Panel data methods and tools to estimate parameters, compute partial effects of interest in nonlinear models, quantify dynamic linkages, and perform valid inference; how… Read more

Apr 26 2018

Tourism Research Network PhD/ECR Symposium 2018

26/04/2018 - 27/04/2018
Sheffield Business School

The activities for this symposium are designed to ensure that each day is as interactive and informative as possible for all attendees.  The main sessions on the day will be: Workshops Experienced academics will give a short presentation followed by break-out small group discussions and the opportunity for attendees to ask questions leading to an… Read more

Mar 22 2018

Writer’s Workshop for Early Career Researchers in Management with Professors Dirk Lindebaum, Deanna Geddes and Yiannis Gabriel

22/03/2018 - 23/03/2018
The Midland Hotel

In collaboration with the Society of the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS) and NARTI, the retreat will consist of a two-day gathering for a small group of authors prepared with academic papers that are nearly ready for submission. The course is designed to allow authors to critically review their study, talk about what they have… Read more

Mar 14 2018

Advanced Structural Equation Modelling and Measurement Theory Course with Prof. Adamantios Diamantopoulos

14/03/2018
University House

Seminar objectives The seminar will run over three full days with a two-day introduction and a one-day advanced session. The break in the seminar is to enable participants to digest the material from the introduction, undertake the required reading and to gain experience with the LISREL programme. Selected applicants are expected to participate in the… Read more

Mar 01 2018

Multivariate Data Analysis with Professor Tomas Hult

01/03/2018
University House

Multivariate data analysis has become the norm when analysing business and social science data, make contributions that are valid and reliable, and creating knowledge advances.  This workshop has been designed to give participants an insight into the toolkit of powerful multivariate statistical techniques. The need for multivariate analysis comes from the simple fact that just… Read more

Feb 13 2018

Making a Contribution to Theory: A Practical Workshop with Prof. Roy Suddaby

13/02/2018
Newcastle University Business School

Summary One of the most challenging issues in publishing research in top management journals is demonstrating that your study makes a “contribution to theory”. It is the most commonly stated reason for rejection by reviewers and editors, and yet it remains a vaguely defined standard based on tacit rather than explicit knowledge. That is, it… Read more

Feb 07 2018

Nonlinear Panel Data Models: Theory and Applications with Dr Michaela Kesina

07/02/2018 - 08/02/2018
Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA)

Course objectives The aim of the course is to give an introduction how to estimate some popular non-linear panel data models. Many economic settings are characterized by the presence of non-linear relationships and non-linear outcomes, such as binary responses (e.g. exporting or not; joining a union or not; participating in the labour force or not;… Read more