Research seminars 2019

These research seminars were held in 2019.

January 10th: Jilde Garst presented her paper under review in Business & Society.

February 7th: Rob Lubberink will present his on-going research 'smallholder entrepreneuring as practice: a study of dairy farming around Mchinji in Malawi'.

February 14th: Kim Polder will present her paper recently published on Organization.

April 11th: Towards inclusiveness in Agri-Business Models: The influence of organisational structures of business model partnerships on smallholder entrepreneurial behaviour by Timothy Manyise.

April 18th: Gori Olusina Daniel will present his JIBS paper.

April 25th: Mwambi, Mercy with the paper 'Farmer participation in producer organizations: Evidence from Kenya'.

May 2nd: Sinha, Kinsuk with the paper 'Tweets as a measure of co-creation for innovation in Kenya'.

May 9th: Why firms leave networks: the pivotal roles of the network leader's trust and control by Evelien P.M. Croonen.

May 23rd: prof. Elisabeth Muller from Germany.

May 30th: Eugene Papas, to be confirmed.

June 6th: Saad Muhammedamin presents his paper.

June 13th: Prof. Ende, breakfast meeting.

June 25th (Tuesday!) at 12:00 in C81, Dr. Daniel Gregg and Prof. Randy Stringer, University of Adelaide, will present their working paper on coffee value chains.

October 3rd: Adetoyinbo Ayobami (Ayo) on supply chain governance of smallholders in Nigeria, university of Göttingen, Germany.

October 10th: Dr. Boukje Cnossen

October 17th: Dr. Maria Annosi and Lucia Marchegiani will present their paper 'Faraway, not so close. The conditions that hindered knowledge sharing and open innovation in an online Business Social Network'.

October 23th: Luciana Marques Vieira and Carlos Eduardo Lourenço will present their research findings on food waste prevention.

October 24th: Prof. Pablo Muñoz

November 7th: Rob Lubberink, on the course 'developing your research vision.'

November 21th: Dr. Maral Mahdad

December 5th: Gea Wijers, Findings of the LIQUID program team. Read the factsheet of LIQUID here. November 28th: Spencer Moore, PhD, MPH on Loan borrowing practices among farmers in the context of an ICT-enabled social enterprise intervention in Odisha, India.

December 19th: Annemarie Groot Kormelinck presents her PhD paper about a typology of producer organizations and their organizational characteristics, in organic versus conventional horticulture.