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Positioning Your Research for Impact and Interactive Data Visualisation **registration closed**

There are two overall aims with this event. The first aim of the workshop is to provide doctoral students and early career researchers with the opportunity to consider how they position their research for impact and will provide participants with an...


Advanced Structural Equation Modelling and Measurement Theory with Prof. Adamantios Diamantopoulos **registration open**

The purpose of this intensive seminar is to discuss selected advanced topics in structural equation modeling (SEM) using the LISREL program. The seminar also addresses measurement theory and scaling issues and discusses alternative approaches for...


Nonlinear Panel Data Models: Theory and Applications with Dr Michaela Kesina **registration open**

The aim of the course is to give an introduction how to estimate some popular non-linear panel data models.

On completion of the course, participants will have a good grounding of when and how to implement a range of non-linear estimation models....


Making a Contribution to Theory: A Practical Workshop with Prof. Roy Suddaby **registration open**

This workshop is about how to make a contribution to theory in business and management studies. The workshop is aimed at helping junior academics, early career researchers and PhD students to develop theoretical contributions from their research. It...


Multivariate Data Analysis with Professor Tomas Hult

Multivariate data analysis has become the norm when analysing business and social science data, make contributions that are valid and reliable, and creating knowledge advances. This one-day workshop has been designed to give participants an insight...