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2017 ACPNS Alumni Reunion (& Celebration for Myles McGregor-Lowndes)

28-09-2017 QUT's Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS) invites you to a special 2017 ACPNS Alumni Reunion.

Brown Bag Seminar Series presents Minh Le "Market Power: Does Basel III’s Liquidity Regulation Matter?"

21-08-2017 The School of Economics and Finance is hosting internal seminars, the Brown Bag Series "BB" where faculty and Ph.D. students as well as external guests are invited to present their ongoing work to the School.   This seminar will run for a period of 1 hour.  Staff and students are encouraged to have discussions following the presentation.  All staff and students are welcome to attend this event and a light lunch will be served (first in, first served).

School of Economics and Finance Seminar Series presents Dr David Byrne of University of Melbourne

23-08-2017 On behalf of the School of Economics and Finance you are cordially invited to attend an upcoming seminar where Dr David Byrne will be presenting a paper titled "Learning to Coordinate: A Study in Retail Gasoline".  Everyone is welcome to attend.For more information please see: here

Why Good People Do Bad Things and How to Avoid Corporate Governance Disasters

29-08-2017 Good people don't set out to do bad things, but even with good intent management teams can inadvertently create corporate governance disasters that can have significant, and long lasting, financial and public relations consequences. This workshop helps you understand why ‘good people’ or their advisors don’t pick up on these issues and how to avoid the same mistakes.

School of Economics and Finance Seminar Series presents Dr Ming He of UTS

31-08-2017 On behalf of the School of Economics and Finance you are cordially invited to attend an upcoming seminar where Dr Ming He will be presenting a paper titled "Structural Analysis of Tullock Contests with an Application to U.S. House of Representatives Elections".  Everyone is welcome to attend.For more information please see: here

QUT Public Lecture: The Delicate Tension of Digital Technology @ GP

01-09-2017 The digital age is not only on everyone’s mind in society, industry and politics but also on top of the research agendas of many, many scientists – in any field. At QUT alone, research groups examine the influence of 'the digital' in areas of agriculture, design, innovation, economy, media, entrepreneurship and others.Please note the event has been rescheduled to Friday 1 September 2017.

QUT Business Leaders' Forum @ Hilton Brisbane

05-09-2017 Lance Hockridge, the Former Managing Director and CEO of Aurizon Holdings will address the next QUT Business Leaders’ Forum on September 5 at the Hilton Brisbane.

Embracing ambiguity at work

06-09-2017 Today’s work environment is increasingly characterised by complexity, uncertainty, and change. To remain relevant in this environment, leaders and employees need to be able to deal with ambiguity. This presentation will examine three key questions about tolerance of ambiguity: what is it?, why is it important?, and how can we develop it?.

School of Economics and Finance Seminar Series presents Dr Andrey Vasnev of University of Sydney

07-09-2017 On behalf of the School of Economics and Finance you are cordially invited to attend an upcoming seminar where Dr Andrey Vasnev will be presenting a paper titled "Conditionally Optimal Weights and Forward-Looking Approaches to Combining Forecasts".  Everyone is welcome to attend.For more information please see: here

School of Economics and Finance Seminar Series presents Dr Ananish Chaudhuri of University of Auckland

14-09-2017 On behalf of the School of Economics and Finance you are cordially invited to attend an upcoming seminar where Dr Ananish Chaudhuri will be presenting a paper titled "Gender and Leadership: an experimental study".  Everyone is welcome to attend.For more information please see: here

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