University of Macau, Faculty of Business Administration

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FBA Seminar Series No. 05/1718 – Marketing Innovation & the FUTURE of Tourism

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No. 5/1718 IIRM Marketing Innovation & the FUTURE of Tourism Prof. Luiz MOUTINHO Visiting Professor of Marketing  Suffolk Business School Faculty of Arts, Business and Applied Social Science University of Suffolk Abstract This presentation encapsulates the flow of change that society is experiencing and [...]

April 27th, 2018|

FBA Seminar Series No. 04/1718 – Perceiving the preferences of others: Biases in estimates of willingness to pay, enjoyment, and experienced utility

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No.4/1718 Marketing Perceiving the preferences of others: Biases in estimates of willingness to pay, enjoyment, and experienced utility Prof. Leif D. NELSON Ewald T. Grether Professor of Business Administration and Marketing Haas School of Business University of California   Abstract Researchers often ask consumers [...]

April 23rd, 2018|

FBA Seminar Series No. 02/1718 – Financial Reporting Quality in Politically Connected Banks

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No. 02/1718 Accounting Financial Reporting Quality in Politically  Connected Banks Prof. Liandong ZHANG Professor of Accounting School of Accountancy Singapore Management University Abstract This study investigates the relation between banks’ political connections and their financial reporting quality. Using a geography-based measure of political connection, [...]

March 14th, 2018|

FBA Seminar Series No. 03/1718 – Workplace Ostracism and Employee Creativity: An Integrative Approach Incorporating Pragmatic and Engagement Roles

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No. 3/1718 Management Workplace Ostracism and Employee Creativity: An Integrative Approach Incorporating Pragmatic and Engagement Roles Prof. Michael Ho-Kwong KWAN Professor Department of Organizational Management School of Economics and Management Tongji University Abstract Extending an extant dynamic componential perspective, we propose an integrative model [...]

March 8th, 2018|

FBA Seminar Series No.01/1718 – Why and When Employees Like Working with their Enemies? The Role of Machiavellianism in Unfavorable Leader-member Exchange Comparison Processes

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No.01/1718 Management   Why and When Employees Like Working with their Enemies?  The Role of Machiavellianism in Unfavorable Leader-member Exchange Comparison Processes   Prof. Herman TSE Associate Professor of Management Department of Management, Monash Business School Monash University   Abstract Individuals are always sensitive [...]

January 5th, 2018|

FBA Seminar Series No.11/1617 – Bayesian Estimation of Multivariate Panel Probits with Higher-order Interdependence and an Application to Firms’ Global Market Participation in Guangdong

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No. 11/1617 Business Economics Bayesian Estimation of Multivariate Panel Probits with Higher-order Interdependence and an Application to Firms' Global Market Participation in Guangdong Prof. Peter H. EGGER Professor of Economics Department of Management, Technology, and Economics ETH Zurich Abstract This paper proposes a Bayesian [...]

July 12th, 2017|

FBA Seminar Series No.10/1617 – What Online Reviewer Behaviors Really Matter? Effects of Verbal and Nonverbal Behaviors on Detection of Fake Online Consumer Reviews

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No.10/1617 Business Information Systems What Online Reviewer Behaviors Really Matter? Effects of Verbal and Nonverbal Behaviors on Detection of Fake Online Consumer Reviews   Prof. Dongsong ZHANG Professor of Information Systems Department of Information Systems University of Maryland, Baltimore County   Abstract The value [...]

June 11th, 2017|

FBA Seminar Series No.09/1617 – Tail Event Driven ASset Allocation: Evidence from equity and mutual funds’ markets

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No.09/1617 Business Economics Tail Event Driven ASset Allocation: Evidence from equity and mutual funds’ markets   Prof. Wolfgang Karl HÄRDLE Ladislaus von Bortkiewicz Chair Professor of Statistics School of Business and Economics Humboldt University of Berlin     Abstract Classical asset allocation methods have [...]

March 1st, 2017|

FBA Seminar Series No.08/1617 – Mortgage Delinquency and Default: A Tale of Two Options

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No.08/1617 Finance Mortgage Delinquency and Default: A Tale of Two Options   Prof. Robert VAN ORDER Oliver Carr Chair in Real Estate Professor of Finance & Economics The George Washington University   Abstract The Basel capital rule framework and much of the recent literature [...]

January 25th, 2017|

FBA Seminar Series No.07/1617 – A dynamic panel data analysis of climate and tourism demand: Additional evidence

Faculty of Business Administration SEMINAR SERIES No.07/1617 Business Economics A dynamic panel data analysis of climate and tourism demand: Additional evidence   Prof. Haiyan SONG Associate Dean (Research) and Chair Professor School of Hotel and Tourism Management The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Abstract A new model that links climate and [...]

January 17th, 2017|