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Research colloquium

The University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Business Research Colloquium is a regular forum where faculty present and discuss their research.

The Colloquium meets monthly during the Fall and Winter terms and all interested students, faculty and members of the community are welcome. For further information, contact the Faculty of Business Research Colloquium Coordinator Professor Dongmin Kim, dongmin@unb.ca.

Research presented in the Colloquium in 2018-19:

March 29, 2019

Dr. Keith Dewar, Professor, Hospitality and Tourism, Faculty of Business. “My Resort Floats! Seniors on a Cruise”

Dr. Hadi Eslami, Assistant Professor, Marketing, Faculty of Business. “Antecedents of locus of causality attributions for destructive acts in distribution channels”

Feb. 15, 2019

Dr. Muhammad Kabir, Lecturer, Accounting, Faculty of Business, UNB Saint John. “How External CEOs Stimulate Innovation”

Dr. Jong-Kyou Kim, Adjunct Professor, Information Technology, Faculty of Business, UNB Saint John. “Technology Briefing: What are AI technologies and where are they going?”

Jan. 11, 2019

Dr. Barry Watson, Associate Professor, Economics, UNB Saint John. Forever Left Behind? The Impact of Economic Insecurity on Political Ideals

Dr. Srikanth Ramani, Assistant Professor, Finance, UNB Saint John. Are Credit Markets Tone Deaf? Evidence from Credit Default Swaps

Nov. 23, 2018

Mostaq Hussain, Professor of Accounting, University of New Brunswick Saint John. “The Effect of Religiosity – Morality Interaction on the Degree of Auditor Independence: An Experimental Study from Egypt”

Dr. Lee Jolliffe, Professor, Hospitality & Tourism, Faculty of Business UNB Saint John. “Tea Tourism and Sustainable Development in Nepal: A Discussion Paper”

Oct. 24, 2018

Dan Doiron, Senior Teaching Associate, Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of New Brunswick Saint John. “GM and the Electric Vehicle Revolution: Boom or Bust.”

Donglei Du, Associate Dean – Research & Graduate Studies, Professor, Quantitative Method and Quantitative Investment Management/Quantitative Finance, Faculty of Business Administration, University of New Brunswick (Fredericton), “Blockchain Technology.”

Sept. 14, 2018

Dan Doiron, Senior Teaching Associate, Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship. “Pre-Accelerator Program Efficiency – The Venture Validation Program: A Longitudinal Study”

Greg Fleet, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Associate Professor of Electronic Commerce. “The Evolving Value Proposition and the Three Dimensions of Pivoting in ICT Start-Up Companies: An Empirical Study”