Goodman Graduate Students to present their research at on-campus conference
Published on March 26 2014
The Mapping the New Knowledges conference brings together graduate students from all six of Brock’s academic Faculties to share their research and connects them with researchers, faculty and students in different disciplines.
The 10 Goodman students will be presenting during the following concurrent sessions:
Concurrent Session 1: MANAGING “MACRO” FINANCE
9:15 to 11 a.m.
“Role of Risk Perception in Supply Chain Risk Management: Linking Risk Perception to Supply Chain Networks”
Rahul Pandey, Management
“Assessing the Performance of Canadian Emerging Market Mutual Funds”
Anterpreet Singh, Management
“Unstable Effects of Macroeconomic Fundamentals in Foreign Exchange Markets”
Xinyao (Joseph) Zhou, Management
“Dynamic Relations Between Foreign Exchange Rates, Savings and Investments”
Jie Yang, Management
Concurrent Session 2: THE CHANGING NATURE OF HEALTH CARE
1:40 to 3 p.m.
“Reducing Wait Times through Performance Improvement of Porter Services”
Sean W. Brown, Business Administration
“Improving Performance of Open Access Clinics”
Tian Xia, Management
“Process Improvement in Phlebotomy”
Yunqu Huang, Management
Applied Health Science student Riaz Akseer will also be on this panel.
Concurrent Session 3: BEHAVIOUR IN THE CORPORATE WORLD
4 to 5 p.m.
“Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance, and Managerial Risk-Taking”
Minyoung Pyo, Management
“Job Demands and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour: The Roles of Organizational Commitment and Social Interaction”
Abeeda Pooja, Management
“Consumer Response to Negative Publicity: Positioning Strategy, Crisis Type and Perceived Brand Foreignness”
Weiwei Tan, Managment
Members of the University community are welcome to attend any of the sessions running at the Mapping the New Knowledges Conference on April 7.
For more information visit: http://www.brocku.ca/graduate-studies/conferences-events/mapping/concurrent-oral-sessions