Doctoral seminar Steven Vanhaverbeke
Disclosure and reporting regulation and its impact on R&D investments.
Preliminary defense Sarah Demeulemeester
New perspectives on the financing of R&D and innovation.
Preliminary defense Corneel Defrancq
On the interaction between corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions.
Preliminary defense Sanja Jakovljevic
Essays on banking and the financing of young firms.
preliminary defense Steven Vanhaverbeke
Disclosure and financial reporting regulation.
Doctoral Seminar Martijn Huysmans
Heterogeneity, vetoes and exit clauses: evidence from the negotiation of the European Union's Article 50.
WOS - PhD Course on Organizational Behavior
PhD Course on Organizational Behavior
(April 4-7, 2017)
This intensive PhD course (1 week – 6 ECTS) aims to give you a “guided tour” of the terrain of Organizational Behavior. The main aims of the course involve: 1) helping you to develop a framework which can serve as a map of the territory (to help you make some sense of it), 2) pointing out the most important landmarks in the field of OB and 3) leading you down a hopefully fruitful paths for your own learning and development as a scholar.
Preliminary defense Thomas Gueuning
Statistical inference and focused model selection for high-dimensional regression models.
Doctoral seminar Jasmien Lismont
Smarter data and decisions in marketing.
Preliminary defense Roel Verbelen
Data analytics for insurance loss modelling, telematics pricing and reserving.