Thomas Piketty is coming to town!

Prof. Luc Sels, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business kindly invites you to the lecture presented by THOMAS PIKETTY Paris School of Economics   Capital in the Twenty-First Century October 8, 2015 – 1:30PM – Aula Pieter De Somer (PDS01.30)   Registration is free, but compulsory at Seating is limited, please register as soon […]

Second Diversity Conference, 24/10, Clichy, France

Ethnicity, Culture (and Social Class): “Origins” and Business Yes, you can! Dealing with ethnicity at the workplace 24th October 2014 L’Oréal Headquarters, Clichy, France   An increasing number of businesses are aware that some elements of their diversity management policies are missing: a specific focus on the questions of ethnicity, cultures and social origins. Don’t […]

Next CMS Conference July 2015 Leicester

THE NEXT CMS CONFERENCE   The International CMS Board is pleased to announce that the next CMS conference will take place in July 2015 at the University of Leicester.   “Is There an Alternative? Management after Critique “   The conference theme: Is There an Alternative? Management after Critique, reflects the interest in encouraging debate […]

VvE Day of Economic Research 2013

Doctoral colloquium “Understanding careers by exploring individual, family, organizational and societal influences” Call for abstracts 13 December 2013, UHasselt, Belgium Aims and scope Careers, or “sequences of work experiences over time” (Arthur & Rousseau, 1996, p. 3), are shaped by an interplay between individual, family, organizational and societal influences (Arnold & Cohen, 2008; Lee, Kossek, Hall & Litrico, […]

Call for abstracts “Gender and Disability in Work and Organisation”

  Call for abstracts (24-26 June 2014) Stream: Gender and Disability in Work and Organisation 8th Biennial International Interdisciplinary conference, 24th – 26th June, 2014 Keele University, UK Jannine Williams, Northumbria University, ENGLAND Deborah Foster, Cardiff University, WALES Alan Roulstone, Leeds University, ENGLAND Stefan Hardonk, Hasselt University, BELGIUM   This stream aims to promote the […]

Study Day “Disability At Work”

Save the date: October  17th, 1:30 pm Seminar: “Work and disability: challenges for organisations in the 21st century”   On 17 October 2013 from 1:30pm the research group SEIN – Identity, Diversity and Inequality Research at Hasselt University organises a seminar on “work and disability”. From their own expertise national and international speakers will discuss […]

“Religieuze vrijheid op de werkvloer” paper presentatie 29 mei 2013

Het Steunpunt Gelijkekansenbeleid en het Steunpunt Inburgering en Integratie nodigen jullie van harte uit op een paperpresentatie van Sanne Van de Pol (Steunpunt Inburgering en Integratie, CeMIS UA), getiteld: “Religieuze vrijheid op de werkvloer: de kwestie van de hoofddoek nader bekeken.” De paper werd geschreven in het kader van het vak ‘European and Comparative Discrimination […]

8th International Conference in Critical Management Studies

The 8th International Conference in Critical Management Studies entitled “Extending the Limits of Neo-Liberal Capitalism” announced the themes of the conference streams.  The conference will take place in Manchester 10th -12th July 2013. EqualDiv members Hans Siebers and Paul Mutsaers will, together with Jan Blommaert, convene a stream on “Neoliberalism and the conditions of the global precariat” (stream 24). […]

Active Ageing Awards

Business and Society and the Federation of Entreprises in Belgium invite yout to the ceremony of the “active ageing awards”: november, 29th  17:00 à 19:00, Brussels, rue Ravenstein 4. HEC-ULg is the sceintific partner of these awards.

Seminar UHasselt “Decision-making Under Poverty” door prof. dr. Marieke Huysentruyt

Friday, november 23th, 12.00-14.00, room B5, Campus Diepenbeek, Hasselt University, Building DIn this lunch seminar, prof. dr. Marieke Huysentruyt (SITE, Stockholm School of Economics and London School of Economics), will present the working paper entitled “Decision-making Under Poverty: Why Do Behavioral Biases Matter So Much More?” (co-authored by Daniel Read, Warwick Business School)Abstract: Behavioral economics has identified […]