Socialising Business Conference

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The PhD Students of Kent Business School (University of Kent) organized the 1st International Doctoral Conference “Socialising Business Research: Connecting and Advancing Knowledge” (SBR2017). SBR2017 was envisioned by research students for research students with the aim to connect PhD students from business schools across Europe and beyond.
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KBS Summer School 2017: Distinguished Guest Speakers Announced

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A lot of interested students and scholars have reached out and requested more information about the summer course in Canterbury. Here is a recently published blog on information about distinguished guest speakers.

https://blogs.kent.ac.uk/kbs-news-events/2017/05/kbs-summer-school-2017-distinguished-guest-speakers-announced/

A SUMMER IN CANTERBURY

Canterbury-Cathedral-460x306Scholars typically spend their summers at interesting and learn-worthy organizations. For my summer this year such destination will be the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK. There I will participate in several events. I will be help coordinate a university-wide international business seminar: Global Business in a Dynamic Environment. In addition, I will be chairing the scientific council of the 1st International Doctoral Conference “Socializing Business Research: Connecting and Advancing Knowledge” at Kent Business School.

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CGTN Interview – Refugees and the Economy

What impact do refugees have on the economy, and how best can they integrate into their new home? I explore these issues in my interview on CGTN.

Trade Tensions Felt in Florida

[Original Story from Jerry Haar of Miami Herald] – What are the costs of picking a fight with our neighbors to the north? The answer may surprise you.

The US recently announced it would levy anti-dumping penalties against Canada. These actions specifically target softwood timber, dairy, and steel. While the full effects are yet to be fully assessed, and opposition has been raised by an unexpected source: Florida.

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