University of Macau, Faculty of Business Administration

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DRTM Online Seminar – Project Management of Hotel Opening Processes

Faculty of Business Administration DRTM Online Seminar Project Management of Hotel Opening Processes   Mr. Gert Noordzy Managing Director Northside Consulting   Synopsis Root Causes of Hotel Opening Delays The global hotel industry is exploding. Today, the worldwide hotel pipeline stands at over 12’000 projects, comprising 2.2 million rooms. China [...]

2020-03-26T12:28:03+08:00March 26th, 2020|

MMI Visiting Scholar Seminar – FDI Spillovers: What We Know and What We Don’t

Faculty of Business Administration MMI Visiting Scholar Seminar FDI Spillovers: What We Know and What We Don’t   Robin Kaiji GONG The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology   Abstract This paper identifies the causal effect of U.S. multinationals' technology shocks on their subsidiaries' and nearby domestic firms' productivity [...]

2020-01-07T10:15:42+08:00January 7th, 2020|

AIM Seminar – Proportional inverse Gaussian distribution: A new tool for analyzing continuous proportional data

Faculty of Business Administration AIM Seminar Proportional inverse Gaussian distribution: A new tool for analyzing continuous proportional data   Guo-Liang TIAN Professor of Statistics Department of Statistics and Data Science, Southern University of Science and Technology   Abstract Outcomes in the form of rates, fractions, proportions and percentages often appear [...]

2019-12-30T16:01:10+08:00December 30th, 2019|

FBE Brown Bag Seminar – How do changes in risk and risk aversion affect self-protection with Selden/Kreps–Porteus preferences?

Faculty of Business Administration FBE Brown Bag Seminar  How do changes in risk and risk aversion affect self-protection with Selden/Kreps–Porteus preferences?   Dr. YICK Ho Yin, Martin Assistant Professor in the Department of Finance and Insurance Lingnan University   Abstract This paper examines the determinants of optimal effort in an [...]

2019-12-30T15:16:21+08:00December 30th, 2019|

AIM Seminar – New HSIC-based tests for independence between two stationary multivariate time series

Faculty of Business Administration AIM Seminar New HSIC-based tests for independence between two stationary multivariate time series   Prof. Guochang Wang College of Economics Jinan University, Guangzhou   Abstract This paper proposes some novel one-sided omnibus tests for independence between two multivariate stationary time series. These new tests apply the [...]

2019-12-17T15:23:29+08:00December 17th, 2019|

AIM Seminar – Big Data Analysis and Application in the Age of Internet

Faculty of Business Administration AIM Seminar Big Data Analysis and Application in the Age of Internet   Prof. Binhui WANG School of Management Jinan University   Abstract With the continuous development of Internet, Internet of Things, cloud computing and artificial intelligence, a large amount of data, the mining and application [...]

2019-12-17T14:46:21+08:00December 17th, 2019|

FBE Brown Bag Seminar – Non-Randomly Sampled Networks: Biases and Corrections

Faculty of Business Administration FBE Brown Bag Seminar Non-Randomly Sampled Networks: Biases and Corrections   Dr. Stanley KO Assistant Professor, Department of Finance and Business Economics, FBA, University of Macau   Abstract This paper analyzes statistical issues arising from networks based on non-representative samples of the population. We first characterize [...]

2019-12-17T09:52:56+08:00December 17th, 2019|

Visiting Scholar Seminar – Great Laws Always Simplify Themselves

Faculty of Business Administration Visiting Scholar Seminar Great Laws Always Simplify Themselves   Prof. Weihong HUANG Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University   Abstract In the history of science, many great and important theoretical contributions are discovered accidentally and exposed with simple form and simple proofs.  This talk intends to complement [...]

2019-12-16T16:34:01+08:00December 16th, 2019|

Visiting Scholar Seminar – State Competition for Corporate Charters and Firm Value: A Theoretical Analysis

Faculty of Business Administration Visiting Scholar Seminar State Competition for Corporate Charters and Firm Value: A Theoretical Analysis   Prof. Tat-kei LAI Associate Professor of Economics and Quantitative Methods, IESEG School of Management, France   Abstract Federalism in the U.S. allows competition among states in the provision corporate laws. This [...]

2019-12-16T16:26:15+08:00December 16th, 2019|

Visiting Scholar Seminar – Uncertainty and Entrepreneurial Decision-Making in SME Internationalization

Faculty of Business Administration Visiting Scholar Seminar Uncertainty and Entrepreneurial Decision-Making in SME Internationalization   Wensong Bai Post-doc researcher at Uppsala University, Sweden   Abstract We investigate an implicit assumption of recent research on the internationalization of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which considers that uncertainty leads to the adoption [...]

2019-12-16T15:20:12+08:00December 16th, 2019|