Seminars and Workshops
2013 Seminars and Workshops
Workshop for CSBRR: Co-research and projects
21 Feb, 2013, 2.00pm, B40.G81, CSBRR Workshop for Co-research and potential projects
2012 Seminars and Workshops
Joint seminar for CSBRR and School of Economics: The Ins and Outs of Entrepreneurial Emergence Research
12 Jun, 2012 (Tue), 12.00am, B40.G81, CSBRR and Economics joint seminar
Professor Per Davidson, Australian Centre For Entrepreneurship Research at Queensland University of Technology and the Jonkoping International Business School
2011 Seminars and Workshops
Joint seminar for CSBRR and School of Economics: Small and Medium Enterprises’ (SMEs’) Access to Finance in Selected East Asian Economies
27 Sep, 2011 (Tue), 12.00am, B40.233, CSBRR and Economics joint seminar
Dr Dionisius (Donny) Narjoko, Researcher, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
SMEs seminar and workshop: Are free markets also fair markets? Open Competition and the Small Business Sector
11 Apr, 2011 (Mon), 10.30am, B24.G01, CSBRR seminar
12 April, 2011 (Tue), 12:00 pm, Hope Theatre, Economics Annual Public Lecture
- Dr Michael Schaper, Deputy Chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)
SMEs seminar: The end of Italy's miracle
16th Feb, 2011 (Wed), 11:30-12:30
- Professor Patrizia Vipraio, Università degli Studi di Udine, Italy.
SMEs seminar: The Illawarra Input-Output model: developing an analytical toolkit for evidence based economic planning in the Illawarra
9th February 2011(Wed), 10.30
- Keynote speaker: Dr Guy West, one of the foremost input-output modellers in Australia. He has considerable experience in analysis of regional economic policy issues and has consulted to all levels of government and industry on over 200 collaborative research projects.
2010 Seminars and Workshops
SMEs seminar: New quantitative research method
- Professor Tran Van Hoa, Honorary Professor, National Advanced Training Institute (NATI), Vietnam Ministry of Trade; Honorary Professor, National Economics University, Hanoi, Vietnam; Centre for Strategic Economic Studies (Victoria University, Melbourne); Director, Vietnam and ASEAN+3 Research Program (CSES)
SMEs workshop: Left-hand, right-hand theory
- Joseph Chou, CEO and founder of Ironfish
SMEs seminar: Infrastructure projects and research
- Garry Bowditch, CEO of SMART
SMEs workshop: SMEs in global economy
- Charles Harvie: "Production networks in East Asia: challenges and opportunities for SMEs"
- Viet: "Internationalisation activities and performance of Vietnamese SMEs"
- Aimee Zhang: "Inter-firm collaboration in the Australian telecommunication market" and "Size still matters when firms choose business collaborators"
- Ta: "Technical efficiency in Thai manufacturing SMEs: evidence from firm-level industrial census"
- Yot: "Measuring inefficiency effects model: the case of Thai manufacturing and exporting SMEs"
- Tom: "Prices of industrial products, technological change and labour demand in the Thai manufacturing sector: a causality analysis"
BISTU visit: Undergraduate "2+2" program, Postgraduate "1.5+1" program, PhD programs, short-term training programs, visiting programs, and co-research areas
Academics from Beijing Information Science and Technology University met with UOW partners to discuss student, training, visiting and co-research programs.
BISTU visitors: Professor Tang Wuxiang, Professor Fu Zhenghua, Associate Professor Liu Wei, Associate Professor Cheng Guizhi, Ms. Mu Jie, Mr. Wang Zhanwu
UOW attendees: Michael Zanko, Simon Ville, Charles Harvie, Samuel Garrett-Jones, Aimee Zhang
Second Semester Seminars
|31/8/07||Charles Harvie||Economics||Private Sector take-off in Vietnam's Booming Economy|
|7/9/07||Helen Hasan||Economics||The work of MB-013 - Standards Australia's Committee for Small to Medium Enterprises|
|14/9/07||Guibin Zhang||Economics||Emerging Private Sector and SME Development in Sichuan, western China|
|21/9/07||Krittakorn Sahakijpicharn||PhD Student||Overview of SMEs in Thailand|
|5/10/07||Greg Kerr||Marketing||A role for marketing in the economic development of towns and cities.|
|12/10/07||Sam Garret-Jones||Marketing||Cities of Innovation?: Exploring the role of local community organisations in constructing advantage|
|19/10/07||Viet le Long||PhD Student||Small and Medium Enterprises: A Review of Significant Issues|
|26/10/07||Elias Sanidas||Economics||SMEs in the Australian marine industry and organizational/growth characteristics: an application of the PROBB model of management/organization|
|2/11/07||Aimee Zhang||Economics||Non-state and private sectors SMEs in China|
|9/11/07||Anne Vo||Management & Marketing||Localisation Or Globalization? The Case Of Japanese Multinational Companies In Vietnam|
First Semester Seminars
|9/3/07||David Morgan Williams||DMW Group||Leadership as a tool for regional development|
|16/3/07||Ali Saleh||CSBRR||Perception of business challenges in Malaysia; a case study of SME's|
|23/3/07||Narelle Kennedy||Australian Business Foundation||University-Business linkages|
|27/4/07||Troy Coyle||UOW||Intellectual property and commercialisation|
|11/5/07||Simon Pomfret||Illawarra Regional Information Service||TBA|
|18/5/07||Chris Hall||Macquarie University||SME Entrepreneur Consortium|
|25/5/07||Mark Grimson||Illawarra Business Chamber||TBA|
|8/6/07||Rhonda Mcguire||Business Enterprise Centre||TBA|