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Int'l Lecture Week 2021 (ILW for PUBLIC)
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Strategy, Trade Management, and Marketing

Schedule Date: 1/11/2021 19.00 - 20.00.

Perbaruan 2/11/21 | Tingkat | Total 60 menit Durasi

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Integrating Social Media and CRM

This topic will introduce the audience into the potentials, challenges, and approaches for using social media in CRM and increase the overall company’s customer life-time value with investments in social media.

Perbaruan 27/10/21 | Tingkat | Total 60 menit Durasi

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The Use of Big Data in Supervision and Economic Policy

Banking and Financial Markets need data and information more than ever. The way the market has changed rapidly makes decision-maker level in industries must be able to make a strategic decision. For the government, it is way more important as the policymaker must be able to see from various angles. Prof. Iman has been involved in many regulatory policy issues at the Basel Committee and in particular in the Research Task Force – chairing several groups. He has published widely on international banking and financial networks and has worked for Deutsche Bank, the Bank of England, and the International Data Hub at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). At the BIS he helped to setup analysis of the exposure network of the largest banks in the world. His current interest is to foster cooperation amongst central banks and supervisors through the deployment of open source tooling.

Perbaruan 27/10/21 | Tingkat | Total 60 menit Durasi

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Global Negotiation in a World of Disruption


Perbaruan 27/10/21 | Tingkat | Total 60 menit Durasi

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Neuroeconomics and Financial Decisions

Traditional economics assumes that we, humans, are consistently rational, selfish agents, capable of complex calculations that maximize utility as consumers and profits as producers of goods and services. Yet, casual observation tells us that this may not always be the case. People trade shares on stock exchanges differently depending on the level of hormones in their body, financial analysts make different recommendations about shares depending on the weather, stock markets yield positive abnormal returns when home football teams win. People also often make mistake in reasoning, evaluating and remembering the state of the world around simply because they ignore contrary objective information available to them. They hold losing shares too long and sell winning shares too soon. They use heuristics, not complex calculations when making decisions, they frame their thinking depending on the context, ignore the easy-to-use discounting calculations in favour of hyperbolic discounting despite the fact that the resulting numbers often do not make sense even to a person not familiar with finance. Companies of course, humans in them) appoint CEOs in part based on their looks despite patchy evidence of their superior returns. All these examples inform us that we must look beyond mathematical formulas to describe the complex world around us, including in finance, accounting, financial statement analysis, and other branches of economics and business. Neuroeconomics helps us direct this search.


Perbaruan 28/10/21 | Tingkat | Total 90 menit Durasi

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Global Entrepreneurship and Strategy: a National Systems Approach

The 3rd International Lecture Week points out challenges and types of resilience and cluster issues facing enterprises that need to be resolved to prepare recovery, and one of them is Information Technology. For many businesses, including SMEs, participation in the digital economy is the key to greater resiliency. The company’s resilience and sustainability in Indonesia is an interesting topic yet an actual illustration of the recent trends of how Asian country’s economy and businesses emerge in current pandemic COVID-19. It is thus showcasing the importance of how Digital Transformation and Entrepreneurship blend into the ILW theme. This even promotes the extent to which digital transformation enable business to be resilient and sustained. It is hoped that by providing supportive information, knowledge, and research to BBS faculty, students, and other related stakeholders, the 3rd International Lecture Week enables to bridge the gap between academic and practical milieu.
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Perbaruan 29/11/21 | Tingkat | Total 60 menit Durasi

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The EU Green Deal as Facilitator of a Circular Economy

Perbaruan 27/10/21 | Tingkat | Total 90 menit Durasi