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CEB NEWS 2017

Tuesday November 21, 2017

Les Eclaireurs. La ville, le marketing et la danse! avec l’architecte Vincent Bécue de l’Université de Mons, Sandra Rothenberger, de la Solvay Brussels School de l’ULB, et Marian del Valle, danseuse, chorégraphe, responsable de la recherche à l’ESAC, l’Ecole Supérieure des Arts du Cirque…
https://www.rtbf.be/lapremiere/article/detail_la-ville-le-marketing-et-la-danse?id=9764541
https://www.rtbf.be/auvio/detail_les-eclaireurs?id=2278925

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Wednesday October 25, 2017

Neuromarketing : l’art de la satisfaction ou manipulation ?

Manipuler ou Satisfaire ? Le marketing s'empare des neurosciences et des sciences cognitives pour analyser les motivations conscientes et inconscientes. A la clé, des produits,
des services et des publicités qui font sens pour le consommateur... Mais où s'arrête la satisfaction, où commence la manipulation ? Dévoiler l'inconscient... Est-ce possible ? Est-ce
inquiétant ? Venez en discuter et partager vos idées avec nous lors du

MANAGEMENT CAFÉ

Le 29 novembre 2017 à 18h30
Au « BOCO », Avenue Louise 521, 1050 Ixelles

Animation :
- Arnaud Pêtre, Founder & Partner @ Brain Impact, Professeur Invité Université catholique de Lille et HEG Neuchatel
Sandra Rothenberger, Professeur à la Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM)

Modération: Vincent Giolito, chercheur à la SBS-EM

Sur le modèle des «Cafés philo», le Management Café est l’occasion de débattre de sujets qui  concernent  le  travail  et  le  business,  et  de confronter  les avis  de  praticiens  et de chercheurs.  C'est  surtout  une  occasion  d'échanger  des  idées  pour  tous  ceux  que  la  vie  en entreprise intéresse.

Le Management Café est organisé par le Centre Émile Bernheim de la Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management, avec le soutien de la Fondation Bernheim.

Accueil: 18h30
Débat: 18h45-20h
Networking: 20h-21h

À propos du Centre Emile Bernheim: http://www.solvay.edu/centre-emile-bernheim
À propos de la Fondation Bernheim: http://www.fondationbernheim.be/fr
À propos de la Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management: http://www.solvay.edu/

PARTICIPATION GRATUITE mais INSCRIPTION demandée
https://neuromarketingsatifaireoumanipuler.eventbrite.fr

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Wednesday October 25, 2017


CERMi is pleased to announce that Cécile Godfroid, a CERMi PhD student at University of Mons (UMONS), has received from ADA the Best Research Paper Award at the Research Meets Africa (Addis Abeba, ET) for her paper "Relationship  Lending in Microfinance : How does it Impact Client Dropouts?".

For information: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3077282/

 

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Tuesday October 24, 2017

Conference - Diversity in Organizations

 

Monday November 6, 2017 - Solbosch Campus, Avenue F. D. Roosevelt n°42, 1050 Brussels, R42 building, 2nd floor, room 110 (R42.2.110) - organized by Prof. Claudia Toma.

Participation is free of charge but you need to register your attendance by email to Aurélie Rousseaux, aurelie [dot] rousseaux [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be before October 31, 2017.

Managing diversity in organizations is one of the main challenges for managers and policymakers. This conference aims to address multiple facets of diversity (e.g., cultural, gender, knowledge) and how they impact various organizational outcomes (e.g., well-being, creativity, innovation). The take-home message is that diversity is both a challenge and an asset for organizations and society.

 

Program

09:00                 Welcome coffee (atrium)

09:30-10:15       Pinar Célik (Université libre de Bruxelles), “A values approach to diversity: Could experiencing value conflict boos creativity?”

10:15–11:00      Michael Bender (Tilburg University), “Antecedents of job crafting: A relationship between culture and creativity?”

11:00-11:15       Break

11:15-12:00       Kim Sun Young (IESEG School of Management), “The diversity – morality link”

12:00-12:45       David Bourguignon (Université de Lorraine), “Diversity policies, prejudice, and well-being of employees in Luxembourgish organizations”

12:45-14:00       Lunch (atrium)

14:00-14:45      Seval Gündemir (University of Amsterdam), “Understanding how shared impact affects women's and racial minorities' workplace perceptions and behavior”

14:45-15:30     Martin Storme (Université Paris Descartes), “Cultural intelligence and expatriate cross-cultural adjustment and performance: A meta-analysis”

15:30-16:15       Claudia Toma (Université libre de Bruxelles), “Self-other asymmetry in valuing diversity: Implications for theory and practice”

16:15                  Drink (atrium) 

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Together with Olga de Troyer (VUB), Sandra Rothenberger (ULB) and Malaika Brengman (VUB), we jointly won the PhD scholarship: “Serious Games for Indirect Customer Relationship Building in the Retail Sector” from the icity.brussels initiative. More on http://icity.brussels/

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Call for interest – visiting adjunct professor of marketing – Spring 2018 - Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management – Université libre de Bruxelles


Solvay Brussels School is looking for a visiting adjunct professor of marketing to teach the introduction course to marketing management in the BA Ingénieur de Gestion. The course consists of 24h of lectures in the Spring of 2018. The approximate number of students is 180-200. Interested candidates should contact Prof Sandra Rothenberger at Sandra [dot] rothenberger [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be. The course can be taught in French or in English.

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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Vers une ville sans voitures ?

La mobilité a entamé sa révolution avec le nouvel essor du vélo et les nouvelles formes de transport comme l'autopartage. Comment la ville va-t-elle changer ?
Quel impact pour la vie citadine ? Pour l’économie ?

Venez en débattre au

MANAGEMENT CAFÉ

Le 20 septembre 2017 à 18h30
Au « BOCO », Avenue Louise 521, 1050 Ixelles

Animation :
- Jean-Philippe Gerkens, fondateur de VéloFabrik, marque de vélos conçus à Bruxelles par des Bruxellois
Stephan Kampelmann, chercheur au Centre Emile Bernheim, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM) et au Laboratory for Urbanism, Infrastructures and Ecologies (LoUIsE), Faculté d'Architecture La Cambre Horta

Modération: Vincent Giolito, chercheur à la SBS-EM

Sur le modèle des «Cafés philo», le Management Café est l’occasion de débattre de sujets qui  concernent  le  travail  et  le  business,  et  de confronter  les avis  de  praticiens  et de chercheurs.  C'est  surtout  une  occasion  d'échanger  des  idées  pour  tous  ceux  que  la  vie  en entreprise intéresse.

Le Management Café est organisé par le Centre Émile Bernheim de la Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management, avec le soutien de la Fondation Bernheim.

Accueil: 18h30
Débat: 18h45-20h
Networking: 20h-21h

À propos du Centre Emile Bernheim: http://www.solvay.edu/centre-emile-bernheim
À propos de la Fondation Bernheim: http://www.fondationbernheim.be/fr
À propos de la Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management: http://www.solvay.edu/

PARTICIPATION GRATUITE mais INSCRIPTION demandée
https://versunevillesansvoitures.eventbrite.fr/

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CEB PhDs - What about now...?

    

Dr. Géraldine David
BAEF Post-Doctoral research fellow (US, Yale University)

     

Dr. Benjamin Lorent
Lecturer in Finance and Insurance (BE, SBS-EM) and Solvency II Consultant

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Research Funding
- FNRS
- Financing students  
- TA-ships at SBS-EM

 

More SBS-EM News - Past CEB News
Upcoming Events & Activities - Past Events & Activities

 

Centre Emile Bernheim (CEB), is ULB’s research Institute in Management Sciences, affiliated to the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM).

The CEB's researchers are currently active in the following fields: Finance, Accounting & Tax Sciences; International Trade & Development; Strategy, Corporate Governance, Marketing & Innovation; Economic & Financial History; Human Resources, Organisation & Labor Economics; Microfinance (CERMi); Public Management; Centre d'Etudes Economiques et Sociales de l'Environnement (CEESE).

CEB is organised into eight departments, it hosts full-time professors, part-time professors, and researchers.

CEB members publish in top international scientific journals and participate in congresses, conferences, and academic teaching around the world. CEB senior researchers have developed close relations with public and private firms, and national and international organisations (EU, World Bank, IMF, federal and regional Belgian governments, the European Patent Office, the OECD), wich frequently lead to contracts funding applied research work and expertise. CEB also runs the Doctoral School in Management Science of the SBS-EM. Some CEB PhD students benefit from scholarships. These grants (FNRS, CIM, etc.) are highly competitive, and CEB candidates have obtained excellent scores in recent rounds of attribution.

Next RSAEM 21.12.17

December 21, 2017: The Rise of New Corruption: British MPs during the Railway Mania of 1845 by Gabriel Mesevage (Toulouse School of Economics, FR). Co-written with Rui Esteves (University of Oxford Oxford, UK). NEW SCHEDULE FOR THIS SEMINAR: 2.00 pm to 3.15 pm !

More information on CEB members

 

CEB organizes the Research Seminar in Applied Economics and Management under the supervision of Professors Sandra Rothenberger and Pierre-Guillaume Méon.

 

CEB also organizes Doctoral courses in Management Science.

 

 

 

 

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CEB also welcomes visiting professors to take part in research activities, as well as in advanced teaching programmes (MBA, Master of Management Sciences, MCC in Microfinance, Doctoral Programme).

The CEB is subsidised by the Emile Bernheim Foundation, the second largest Belgian Foundation.

The CEB is chaired by Kim Oosterlinck and directed by Pierre-Guillaume Méon and coordinated by aurousse [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be (Aurélie Rousseaux) with the support of vlahaye [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be (Véronique Lahaye) and anne-lise [dot] remy [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be (Anne-Lise Remy).