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Andriani L and A. Christoforou organized a social capital panel entitled “Can social capital forge bonds and bridge differences to deal with inequalities?” at the 7th Annual IIPPE conference, Berlin, Germany, 13-15 September 2017

Andriani L, A. Filippetti and A. Batinti “Why does social capital increase government performance? The role of local elections across Italian municipalities” Public Management and Institutional Quality Workshop, Gothenburg, Sweden, 6-8 June 2017

Andriani L “Fighting corruption and the use of bribe in the Palestinian Territories: with or without social capital” Research Group of the Analysis of Economic Policies Seminar (GRAPE), Rome, Italy, May 2017

Archibugi organized a Panel at the Birkbeck Institute of Humanities on Crossing Borders: Negotiation, Provocation, and Transgression, London, 5-6 May 2017

De Silva, M A Rosli, F Rossi, N Yip, “Overcoming the dark side of value co-creation in service networks: An entrepreneurial approach” Academy of Management Conference 2017, Warwick Business School , September 2017

Steinfield L, C Coleman, L Tuncay Zayer, J Brace-Govan, R Harrison, W Hein, J Östberg N Ourahmoune and M Sanghvi  “Mapping out a Transformative Consumer Research Agenda for Gender & Intersectionalities”, Transformative Consumer Research Conference 2017, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.

Ibeh, K “Thoughts on Developing a Fit-for-Purpose International Business Curriculum for African Students and Practitioners”, 59th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Dubai, UAE, 1-5 July, 2017.

Ibeh, K “Impact of FDI on Africa’s Sustainable Development”, 59th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Dubai, UAE, 1-5 July, 2017.

Ibeh, K Special Panel Organizer/Chair on the Impact of Multinational Enterprises in Africa, 59th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Dubai, UAE, 1-5 July, 2017.

Kelly J “Rethinking Industrial Relations”, British Universities Industrial Relations Association Annual Conference, Portsmouth, June 2017

Kelly J “Left of Centre Parties and Trade Unions”, Queen Mary University of London/Political Studies Association Workshop, June 2017.

Konzelmann S participated in the Commemoration of the Cambridge Journal of Economics’ 40th Anniversary. Cambridge Political Economy Society. A movie was created at this occasion. To watch the associated promotional video, follow the link: http://www.cpes.org.uk/cje-film/

Lawton Smith H, A Lindholm Dahlstrand, L Edmunds, and S Bagchi-Sen, “Understanding the role of the local in technological innovation systems: Research-based firms and regional development in Sweden and the UK”, Invited paper for special session in honour of Charlie Karlsson, Uddevalla Symposium, Trolhatten, Sweden, June 2017

Lawton Smith H and R Waters ‘Universities and their local labour markets: the cases of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire’, Presentation at Uddevalla Symposium, Trolhatten, Sweden, June 2017

Lawton Smith H, D Assimakopoulos, N Baines, R Romeo, and M Tsouri, “Oxford and Grenoble: knowledge organisations in local development revisited”, Presentation at the Regional Studies Association Annual Conference Dublin, Ireland, June 2017

Lawton Smith H and S Bagchi-Sen, “Medcity: Challenges and Opportunities in Envisioning a ‘Golden Research Triangle’ in the UK”, Presentation at Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Boston, USA, April 2017

Lawton Smith H “Geographies and the gender politics of skill Invited panellist” in Panel session: Placing the Politics of Skill II American Geographers Annual Conference, Boston, USA, April 2017

Lawton Smith H, Discussant of “Meeting the Challenge of Social and Regional Inequality: How Coordinated Market Economies Link Innovation and Welfare” given by Bjorn Asheim, Regional Studies Association Annual Lecture, American Geographers Annual Conference, Boston April 2017

Rosli A, M de Silva, F Rossi, N Yip, Engaged scholarship and new business opportunities: how do SMEs capitalise on their engagement with academics?” British Academy of Management Conference 2017, Warwick Business School , September 2017

Tacon R and G Walters “Governance paradoxes over time: Understanding the role of temporality, British Association of Management Conference, Corporate Governance track, September 2017

Walsh A. and P Powell “Impact Through Engaged Learning: Working with Mode 2 Knowledge and Intrapreneurship” Engaged Learning Conference Sheffield, July 2017.