OBS Research Seminar

Research seminars in Oulu Business School are open for all researchers, both to doctoral students and post-docs as well as to visiting scholars. You are welcome to present your research ideas, plans, research project plans, manuscripts for conference papers or journal articles or parts of your thesis. Presentations of papers in all areas of business are encouraged. All faculty members are most welcome to attend the seminars.

The seminars in the program of economics, accounting and finance are typically organized on Wednesdays at 12:15-14 and the seminars in the program of marketing and management & international business on Thursdays at 9:00-10. All OBS research seminars are organized in TA115 at Oulu Business School.

Program: economics, accounting, finance

Spring 2019

Tue 19.2. at 12:15-14 (TA115), Bianca Beyer (accounting): Paywatch - Directors' skin in the game and executive compensation.

Wed 13.3. at 10:15-12 (TA116), Van Tran (accounting): How organizational structure and superior-manager relationship influence managers' perceived procedural justice on subjective performance evaluation.  

Thu 4.4. at 10:15-12 (PR104), Prof. Nicholas Bollen (Frank K. Houston Professor of Finance, Vanderbilt University https://business.vanderbilt.edu/bio/nicolas-bollen/)

Wed 10.4. at 12:15-14 (TA115), Janne Lehto (economics), Optimal admission system under public vs. private education financing.

Wed 17.4. at 10:15-12 (TA115), Jenni Jääskö (accounting): Client portfolio composition and audit quality: An Individual Auditor Level Analysis.

Autumn 2018

Fri 28.9. at 10:15-12 (TA115), Dr. Anna Rossi (accounting): Equity issuance motives and insider trading.

Tue 2.10. at 10:15-12 (TA101), Prof. Russell Wermers (finance): The Hedge fund industry is much larger than you think. 

Thu 8.11. at 10:15-12 (TA115), Prof. Gilad Livne (accounting) from Exeter Business School: Does the Audit Committee Influence Audit Effort? Evidence from Materiality and Audit Risk Areas.

Wed 12.12. at 10:15-12 (TA115), Enni Ruokamo (economics): Determinants of solar power system adoption.


Program: marketing, management & international business

Spring 2019

Fri 18.1. at 9:00-10 (PR101), Prof. Marko Torkkeli: How to Publish in Academic Journals: "Experiences and suggestions".

Thu 14.2. at 9:00-10 (TA115), Timo Pohjosenperä: Value co-creation in healthcare logistics.

Thu 14.3. at 9:00-10 (TA115), Sari Sarome-Nykänen: Corporation Metamorphosis through network changing agents. The Case of: Outsourcing and Automation.

Thu 21.3. at 9:00-10 (TA115), Jaakko Okkonen: Verkostot. Research proposal.

Thu 4.4. at 9:00-10 (TA115), Kaisa Vaviolahti: The Social Welfare and Healthcare Reform and Strategy Discourses: Private Healthcare Service Providers’ Influence Pursuits Through Media. Research proposal.

Autumn 2018

Fri 5.10. at 9:00-10 (TA105), Bibi Akram Hatami Boroun (management & international business): Other-oriented business ethics: A flexible way for ethical decision making in uncertainty.

Thu 18.10. at 9:00-10 (TA115), Laura Kemppainen (marketing): Drivers for business model innovation: Personal data platform operators context.

Thu 15.11. at 9:00-10 (TA115), Ruey Komulainen (marketing): 'Click On Me': Banner Advertisements Effectiveness in Mobile Games.

Thu 13.12. at 9:00-10 (TA115), Hannu Torvinen (marketing), presenting a thesis manuscript: It takes three to tango: End-user engagement within innovative public procurement.

Fri 14.12. at 10:15-11:15 (TA115) Umarlebbe Abdul Mahir, presenting doctoral research proposal: Evolution of service ecosystem: An institutional view.


Viimeksi päivitetty: 17.3.2019