Seminar Coordinator: Prof. Robert Gregory Michener
The Graduate Seminars program is designed to foster high-level discussions of research projects under way in the Administration field and related areas. Although these Seminars are intended for all MSc and PhD students, researchers and PhD Students from outside the EBAPE are welcome. Graduate Seminars are held throughout the entire academic year, depending on the availability of guest researchers.
Speakers present working papers (such as papers being submitted or reviewed for journals or conferences). Participants can access these papers in advance, in order to read them and prepare for discussions of the proposed topic.The provisional schedule for the 2nd Term is available below. Please note that it will be updated in due course. Click here to receive news feeds via e-mail.
|Aug 23||Umberto Mignozetti | FGV School of Social Sciences||When does Clientelism Pay Off? Legislature Size and Welfare in Brazil|
|Sept 21*||Khalid Nadvi | The University of Manchester||Global value chains and the rise of the Global South: Unpacking 21st century polycentric trade|
|Sept 27||Delane Botelho | FGV EAESP||Frugality: Antecedents, Consequents and Implications for Consumer Welfare|
|Oct 4||Hulya Karaman | Emory University||Competition and the Impact of Online Reviews on Product Financial Performance: Evidence from the Hotel Industry|
|Oct 20**||Venkatesh Shankar | Texas A&M University||Identifying and Estimating Brand Satiation Using Purchase Data|
|Oct 25||Klenio Barbosa | Insper||To be informed|
|Nov 22||Ruy Monteiro Ribeiro | PUC Rio Department of Economics||To be informed|
|Dec 6||Sérgio Lazzarini | Insper||To be informed|
*Exceptionally on Thursday at 2:00 p.m.
**Exceptionally on Friday
¹ This Graduate Seminar is being held in collaboration with the Center of Banking and Finance in Rio.
² Important Note: Prof. Michael Weber’s Seminar will be held on a different week day (Monday, April 3rd).
Additional information and enrolment by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.