The Institute of Business and Law Research Seminar Series

There are seminars until the end of the semester (and maybe even a little beyond). The schedule (TBC) will contain seminars from colleagues in all three of the IBL themes, plus occasional external speakers. Invitation is open to Staff and Postgraduate Students.

Wednesdays, 16.00 – 17.0, Rheidol 0.38




1 Feb

Abdi Ali

"Does commodity price volatility discourage economic openness? The role of polarisation"

15 Feb

Chris Harding

“Sanction accumulation, in relation to the enforcement of rules against business cartels”

22 Feb

Engobo Emeseh

"The SDGs, Access to Justice and Environmental Victims"

1 Mar

Shafiul Azam

“Triggers and drivers of deprivation dynamics in multiple dimensions in Wales and the rest of UK”.

8 Mar

Jan Breitsohl

“Brand teasing: Antecedents of consumers' aggressive humour online”

15 Mar

Ryszard Piotrowicz

“Ethical employment in supply chains: Cardiff takes the lead”

22 Mar

Mandy Talbot

“Farm tourism in Wales: A new peasantry perspective”

29 Mar

Dr Matthew Gobey (Manchester Metropolitan University)

“End of the national tax on local growth:  Local employment or financial distress?”


5 Apr

Peter Midmore

“The science of impact and the impact of agricultural science”

3 May

Kerry Lewis

“Nature conservation in Wales and Brexit”

10 May

Ratnes Alahakone

“Corporate volunteering : An analysis of the drivers, mediating mechanisms and outcomes”

17 May

Arnab Bhattacharjee (Herriot-Watt University)

“Inferring Structural Ordering: How does the UK economy respond to international shocks?”

24 May

Marco Odello


31 May

David Dowell (Methodology)

“Assessing cultural value: A comparative analysis of travel cost and alternative methods”

7 June

Marvyn Boatswain (Kingston University)


14 June

Aloysius Igboekwu

“Empirical evidence of Initial Public Offering underpricing and initial returns in China stock markets”

21 June

Wyn Morris

“Farm technology adoption, entrepreneurship and income opportunities”

28 June

Helen Codd

(Lancashire Law School)

“Lemurs versus synchronised swimmers? Responses to child victims of sexual offences”