Thursday 8 December
Georg von Graevenitz (School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London, UK): ‘‘Does Online Search Predict Sales? Evidence from Big Data for Car Markets in Germany and the UK”. At 14.00 in Telecom ParisTech.
Wednesday 7 December
Antonio Andreoni (Department of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK): ‘‘Manufacturing the Innovation Economy: Industrial Ecosystems and Policy in the Emilia Romagna Region’’. At 19.00, Maison Suger (16 rue Suger, 75006 Paris).
Thursday 3 November
Mark de Reuver (Engineering Systems & Services Department, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands): ‘‘Open Platform for Internet-of Things Businesses”. At 13.00, in TEM, Evry (C06).
Wednesday 19 October
- Jason Whalley (Newcastle Business School): “Where are ICT companies from the US in the 'third industrial revolution'? A patent analysis of the Internet of Things”. Details...
- Derya Findik (Yıldırım Beyazıt University) “Resources on the stage: a firm level analysis of the ICT adoption in Turkey”. Details...
Monday 4 July
Monday 20 June
William Lazonick (University Professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell & Professeur associé at Télécom Ecole de Management): "The Mismeasure of Mammon:The Uses and Abuses of Executive Pay Data". At 12h00 in Telecom ParisTech.
Thursday 9 June
Semih AKCOMAK (12h30-13h30, room BL005, TEM in Évry), Associate professor in the Middle East Technical University (TEKPOL research centre, Ankara, Turkey). Presentation title: "Mid-tech trap: The case of automotive industry in Turkey".
Thursday 7 April
Nona Schulte-Römer (13h00-14h00, TEM in Évry, room E203), researcher in the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ (Leipzig), will give a presentation on “Innovating in Public. The introduction of LED lighting in Berlin and Lyon” (open entry). Download the flyer.
Thursday 11 February (KIND-LITEM seminar)
Bulat Sanditov (Professor in TEM): “Social network and private provision of public goods”
Using a simple model with interdependent utilities, we study how social networks influence individual voluntary contributions to the provision of a public good. Departing from the standard model of public good provision, we assume that an agent’s utility has two terms: (a) ‘ego’-utility derived from the agent’s consumption of public and private goods, and (b) a social utility which is the sum of utility spillovers from other agents with whom the agent has social relationships. We establish conditions for the existence of a unique interior Nash equilibrium and describe the equilibrium in terms of network characteristics. We show that social network always has a positive effect on the provision of the public good. We also find that, in networks with “small world”-like modular structures, ‘bridging’ ties connecting distant parts of social network play an important role inducing an agent’s contribution to public good. Assumptions and results of the model are discussed in relation to the role of social capital in community-level development projects and to the effect of innovation networks on firms’ R&D investments.
Tuesday 5 January 2016 Fabrice Lumineau, Assistant Professor in Strategic Management at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University, will give a presentation on “The Double-Edge of Contracts on Alliance Performance” (open entry). Flyer-Lumineau. Time: 13:00-14:00. Location: TEM in Evry, room Dir306.
Posté le 22 August 2017