Upcoming events at SKEMA
SKEMA Business School organises events on topics on which companies, academics and students can meet.
April 28 and 29, 2016 - Sophia Antipolis Campus
" New methods and data to analyse the spatial evolution of industries, jobs and innovative activities".
Professors from Harvard, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, London school of Economics, Bocconi will present their research.
Both scholars and policy makers increasingly focus on regional specificities to better design and implement industrial policies. Creative and innovative capacities of regions are recognized as essential means to deal with international competition and ensure an inclusive growth.
The objective of this workshop is to provide an overview of recent works using leading-edge data and empirical methods to study the evolution of industries, jobs and innovative activities.
Contact: Ludovic Di Biaggio.
May 10, 2016 - Paris Campus
Fintech and Digitalisation : What effect on innovative Start-Up?
Round Table with Armin Schwienbacher
Today, digitalization influences the finance and entrepreneurship in various forms, including the creation of innovative companies in the fintechs sector, fundraising in crowdfunding and collaborative economy. What consequences on the economy of tomorrow, corporate organization, the financial industry and access to innovative start-ups to financial resources?
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Contact: Finance and Digitalisation
June 15 to 18, 2016 - Sophia Antipolis Campus
5th SKEMA KTO Paper Development Workshop
The purpose of the workshop is to develop the publication strategies and research skills of promising scholars in the fields of strategy, international business, organization or entrepreneurship.
Number of participants limited to 20-25.
Target: all interested scholars though preference will be given to advanced PhD students, post doctorates and early career academics.
Please find further information at the workshop website:
Key dates and further information:
Abstract deadline: March 31, 2016
Confirmation of acceptance: April 30, 2016
Full paper deadline: May 31st, 2016
Contact Gianluigi Giustiziero or Bruno Cirillo .
Jully 6 to 9, 2016 - Lille
CCTC is the annual international conference that brings together researchers and PhD students interested in cultural understanding patterns of consumption and markets.
Consumer Consulting Theory is an interdisciplinary field that brings together macro approaches and viewpoints, interpretation, and criticism of consumer behaviour.
The theme of the 2016 conference is: Long live the Revolution
The Conference is co-organised by the Consumer Culture Theory Consortium, SKEMA Business School, Lille II University , IMMD , KEDGE and the Nord Pas de Calais Region