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Lectures and Seminars

11/03/2008 11:15:37

Lancaster China Management Centre seminars

28 November Low Carbon China: The Role of International Collaboration
Dr David Tyfield, Research Associate, IAS

4.00pm, Management School Lecture Theatre 12

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Accounting & Finance Seminars

3 December Soft information in earnings announcements: News or noise?
Elizabeth Demers (INSEAD)

1.00pm, LT11, Management School

11 December Why do some firms’ consensus analyst earnings forecasts
exclude stock-based compensation expense?
Mary Barth (Stanford University)

10.00am, LT2, Management School

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Department of European Languages and Cultures (DELC)
DELC Research Seminar Series – all welcome

28-29 November Dynamics of Memories Launch and Networking Event

3 December ‘I’ve been told […] that the play is far too German’: The
Interplay of Institution and Dramaturgy in the Failed
Reception of German Theatre-Texts in the UK’. With LICA
David Barnett (Sussex).

5.00pm IAS MR2

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Department of Medicine Seminar Programme

4 December Keeping up-to-date with the literature of your subject
Jenny Brine, Subject Library for the School of Health and Medicine

2.30pm, Clinical Anatomy Learning Centre Lab

Economics Research Seminar

10 December New labour? the impact of migration from central and
eastern european countries on UK labour market
Dr. Sara Lemos, University of Leicester

Teaching Room B56, 4.00 pm., All Welcome

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Institute for Advanced Studies International Lecture Series

8 December Envisioning Real Utopias
Professor Erik Olin Wright

5pm, LT2, Management School, everyone welcome

to be followed by a drinks reception. For further details please see:

Environment and Society Research Group Workshop

15 December Re-thinking interdisciplinarity: the benefits and
challenges of working across the natural and social sciences

Rooms A8/9 in the Gordon Manley Building, time Tbc

If you would like to attend please email before Monday the 8th of December. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.

The Lancaster Environment Centre & the Royal Geographical Society NW Region Seminar series

6 February The formation of the Himalaya-Karakoram mountain belt
Prof Mike Searle (Oxford University)

pm, Biol LT, Environmental Science