LUCA ALFIERI (University of Tartu)
The communication reaction function of the European Central Bank. An analysis using topic model indices
NIINA NUMMELA (University of Turku)
In-between worlds – liminal experiences of Finnish-born cosmopolitans
BETTINA BECKER (Aston University)
The effectiveness of regional, national and EU support for innovation in the UK and Spain
MATTHIAS ROTTNER (European University Institute)
Hitting the Elusive Inflation Target
JAAN MASSO, PRIIT VAHTER (University of Tartu)
Innovation as a firm-level factor of the gender wage gap
MARI-LIIS TIKERPERI (University of Tartu)
Estonian schools in the context of social acceleration and mediatization
The gap that survived the transition: 30 years of the gender wage gap in Estonia
Productivity and Firm Turnover
Measuring Heterogeneity Across Preferential Trade Agreements
Value Traps for Benefiting from Platform-based new business line in MedTech Incumbent Companies. Dynamic Capabilities Perspective
The Dynamics of Geographic Collaboration for Innovation
A Reviewer’s Perspective: Which Mistakes Do Authors Often Make in Qualitative International Business Research?
Contract Farming in Agriculture and Host Country Effects: Development Policy Insights from alternative models on Land Deal
Karsten Staehr (Tallinn University of Technology; Eesti Pank)
Export Performance and Capacity Pressures in Central and Eastern Europe
Gaygysyz Ashyrov, Krista Jaakson (University of Tartu)
Detecting causal effects of diet on health using the method of Mendelian randomization
The influence of industrial robots adoption on human capital and human resources architecture change
Transfer of Japanese-style management to the Czech Republic: the case of Japanese manufacturing firm
Impact Evaluation of Cohesion Fund, 2014-2020: The Case of Estonia
The role of firms in the gender wage gap
Employment Effect of Innovation
Who Uses the EU’s Free Trade Agreements?
Vladislav Soloviov (University of Tartu)
Does regional culture affect innovation in the EU?
1. Romeo Turcan (Aalborg University)
Legitimation, newness and theory building
2. Ilan Alon (University of Agder)
Globalization of Chinese Enterprises. A Review of the Literature and Future Research Agenda
Seminar is supported by the Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation, financed by the University of Tartu’s ASTRA project PER ASPERA, European Regional Development Fund
Foreign market entries, exits and re-entries: The role of knowledge, network relationships and decision-making logic
Getting Old Is No Picnic? Sector-Specific Relationship Between Workers Age and Firm Productivity
Gazi Salah Uddin (Linköping University)
Demystifying the impact of GDP, energy, oil price, and trade openness on CO2 emissions in India: an NARDL approach
Leonidas Costa Leonidou (University of Cyprus)Antecedents, moderators, and outcomes of effective import strategy design and implementation
Do nations have homogeneous cultures?
Corruption Aversion, Social Capital and Institutional Trust in a Dysfunctional Institutional Framework: Evidence from a Palestinian Survey
Entrepreneurship as Trust
Forecasting industrial production with boosting in a Big “Fat” Dataset
Efficiency and productivity change of Estonian dairy farms
Role of Managerial Personality Traits in Firm-Level Corruption: Evidence from Vietnam
Are We Ready for Smart Economy?
Cultural change in organisations: insights from a case study
China’s international (economic) efforts and the BRI (Belt and Road Initiative)
Corporate Investments, Credit and Financial Strength: European Evidence
How innovation, international experience, and cultural distance influences the firm’s exit behavior: Evidence from emerging market firms
Determinants of Institutional Trust: The Role of the Cultural Context
Age Management with HRM Perspectives
Wine label evolution: a longitudinal study of label elements during Gen X and Y consumption years
Narva 18 - 2040
Subjective well-being and corruption aversion
How well personality and positive/negative affectivity predicts military morale?
Corporate governance and strategic change
Is Accounting Necessity for SMEs?
Language training of non-natives – future in flexible and shorter courses
Overlap between industrial niching and workplace segregation: evidence from Finnish registry data set
Tax Shifting Decisions of Functional Overlapping Competing Jurisdictions’ Management
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