The conference and events team at the University of Greenwich Business School is dedicated to delivering an exciting and relevant conference and events programme.
Thursday 8 October - Wednesday 9 March 2016
The Seminars are host to a number of high profile speakers, covering a wide range of topics appealing to students, staff and the general public.
Wednesday 13 April
Ha-Joon Chang will discuss his chapter 'Institutional Development from a Historical Perspective' in his edited volume Rethinking Development Economics.
Wednesday 27 April
1pm - 5pm
This symposium will focus on public sector pay and industrial relations under the Conservative government.
1st PhDs in Transitions Conference - Sustainable Transitions: Methodologies, Geographies and Public Service Reform
Thursday 28 April - Friday 29 April 2016
This conference aims create an engagement and discussion space for PhD students and early career researchers engaged in research related to sustainability transitions and transformations.
Thursday 28 April
This conference will present a policy report which aims to increase wages and spur sustainable growth.
Monday 23 May - Friday 27 May 2016
Summer School entirely dedicated to research design, data collection, and statistical methods for Social Network Analysis of individuals and organisations.
Thursday 14 July - Sunday 17 July 2016
Philosophy of Management 2016 is the eleventh in a series of conferences open to all. It will be of special interest to philosophers, management researchers and teachers, consultants and practising managers.
Wednesday 17 August - Friday 19 August 2016
This conference will provide insight into 'Tourism in Contemporary Cities'. A unique opportunity to network with tourism scholars and professionals from Asia, Australasia, North and South America and Europe.
Wednesday 31 August
This workshop will assess the benefits of reflecting on the link between research and teaching in management accounting.
Thursday 1 September - Friday 2 September 2016
This conference aims to consolidate and develop the pragmatic constructivist framework and the Actor-Reality Perspective on management and accounting.