Conference Papers

2020

  • Stevens, J (2020) Q&A session on AI matters at Turnitin staff conference Newcastle (Feb 2020)
  • Stevens, J (2020) Invitation to present keynote speech at European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI) annual conference in Dubai (Apr 2020)

2019

  • Kerr, M. (2019) “Lessons from Australia: An Early Government Attempt at Solving the Unemployed Problem: The Casual Labour Board, 1887-88.”   Paper accepted for presentation at the 28th Eurasian Business and Economics Society (EBES) Conference to be held on May 29-31. Coventry University, Coventry, United Kingdom.
  •  Krajewska, A. 2019. Attitudes to Eradicating Contract Cheating and Collusion amongst Widening Participation Students in the UK: Reflections from Foundation Year Students at Bloomsbury Institute. Paper presented at the joint 5th International Conference Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond and 3rd International Conference Shaping Ethics in Academia and Society, European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI), Vilnius, Lithuania, 19-21 June. Extended abstract available at: http://academicintegrity.eu/conference/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/ABSTRACT-BOOK-2019.pdf
  • Madichie, N. (2019) Accelerating Tech-Enabled Entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Two-Sector Assessment.” Paper to be presented at the 20th Annual International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD). University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 8-11 May. [Co-authored paper]. https://iaabd.org/2019-annual-iaabd-conference/
  • Aman, Z. (2019a) “Is trade liberalisation alone sufficient to be externally priced competitive? The role of different types of Institutional quality across regions”. Paper presented at the Eighteenth Annual Conference of the European Economics and Finance Society Annual Conference. University of Genoa, Italy 13 – 16 June.
  • Aman, Z. (2019b) “Is trade liberalisation alone sufficient to be externally price competitive?”. Paper presented at the 3rd Development Economics Conference, Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, UK, 17 – 19 June.
  • Madichie, N. (2019, co-authored) “Accelerating Tech-Enabled Entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Two-Sector Assessment,” Paper to be presented at the forthcoming International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 8-11 May.
  • Mistry, U., Sadiq, A., & Qurashi, M. H. (2019) “Corporate Governance Code Comparison and Compliance for South Asian Economies”.  Paper presented at the American Canadian Conference for Academic Discipline, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. 4-7 June.
  • Mistry, U. & Sadiq, A. (2019) “Bridging the Inclusivity Gap through Inclusive Stakeholders Curriculum: An Empirical Study”. Paper presented at the Bloomsbury Institute 9th Teaching and Learning Conference, Bridging the Inclusivity Gap. London, UK. 9th July.
  • Mistry, U. & Sadiq, A. (2019) “An Empirical Study on Inclusive Curriculum in Higher Education”. Paper presented at the 2019 Paris International Academic Conference on Education & Social Sciences, Global Academic Institute. Paris, France. 7-10 July.
  • Nabbosa, L. (2019) A review of CSR reporting standardisation as a tool for achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Poster presented at the 5th Symposium on Ethics and Social Responsibility Research, ISCTE-IUL Conference. Lisbon, Portugal, 6-7 June. Website of the conference – https://www.sesrr.com/
  • Qurashi, M. H. (2019) “A comparison of corporate governance codes and corporate governance compliance of KSE 30 and BSE 30 share index companies”.  Presented at the 7th Multinational Finance Society Conference, Chania, Crete, Greece. 19 – 21 April.
  • Sadiq, A. and Mistry, U. (2019) “An investigation into the effectiveness of assessment for learning on students’ academic performance and learning experience”.  Paper presented at the 2019 Paris International Academic Conference on Education & Social Sciences, Global Academic Institute. Paris, France. 7 – 10 July.
  • Stevens, J (2019) Presented paper at Turnitin hosted ‘in campus event’ University of London & University of Liverpool of academic integrity matters (Aug 2019)
  • Stevens, J (2019) Presented paper at Associated of Learning Technologists Conferences Edinburgh on academic integrity (Sep 2019)
  • Stevens, J (2019) Attended University of Liverpool assessment managers forum presented paper on academic integrity matters (Dec 2019)
  • Zaman, A (2019) ‘A study to explore and evaluate the optimal factors to enable women to succeed in international trade in the Commonwealth.’ Presentation at Commonwealth Trade Connectivity Conference, London August-September 2019
  • Zaman, A (2019) ‘Exploring and evaluating the optimal factors to enable women to succeed in international trade in the Commonwealth.’ Presentation at Commonwealth Women Ministers Meeting side event, Nairobi, September 2019
  • Zaman, A (2019) ‘Exploring and evaluating the optimal factors to enable women to succeed in international trade in the Commonwealth.’ Presentation at GSMA conference, Los Angeles, October 2019.

2018

  • Ameen, N. (2018) Keynote paper presentation at the VESAL Conference. Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq, 28-29 April. http://www.ishik.edu.iq/conf/vesal/
    http://www.ishik.edu.iq/conf/vesal/speakers-list/
  • Bright, C.(2018a) Corporate Accountability and the Regulatory Function of Private International Law, paper invited for presentation in the framework of the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference (Queen Mary University of London, 4-7 September).
  • Bright, C.(2018b) The French Law on the Duty of Vigilance, paper invited for presentation in the framework of the roundtable seminar – Business and Human Rights: A Symposium (Oxford, All Souls College, 5 June).
  • Bright, C. (2018c) Improving Corporate Accountability through Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence, paper presented in the framework of the conference on La sfida dei diritti umani per l’attività d’impresa. La prospettiva del diritto internazionale e dell’Unione europea, Florence, 23 April.
  • Bright, C. (2018d) The Role of the Concept of Human Rights Due Diligence in Fostering Corporate Accountability, paper presented in the framework of the 7th Annual Conference of the Cambridge International Law Journal (Cambridge 3-4 April).
  • Bright, C. (2018e) The Civil Liability of the Parent Company for the Acts or Omissions of Its Subsidiary: The Example of the Shell Cases in the UK and in the Netherlands, paper presented at the Bonavero Institute for Human Rights as part of the Oxford Business and Human Rights discussion group (Oxford, Mansfield College, 27 March).
  • Jack-Osimiri, C. (2018) An Empirical and Comparative Analysis of UK Courts and The CJEU Decisions in Trademark Law: Lessons Learned from the Ties that Bound. Paper presented at the 2018 Conference of the Socio-Legal Studies Association. University of Bristol, 27–29 March. https://www.slsa2018.com/conference-programme
  • Madichie, N. (2018) Changing Dynamics of Migrant Entrepreneurial Activities: Implications for the African Diaspora and the Un SDGs (April 26, 2018). Paper presented at the Migration, inter-connectivity and regional development (MICaRD) Symposium. Regional Studies Association, University of Lincoln, 26 April. Available at SSRN: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3170064
  • Mistry, U. (2018). Global Professional Accounting Bodies and enhancing employability skills of undergraduate Accounting Degree students. The HEA Annual Conference 2018 Teaching in the spotlight: Learning from global communities.
  • Mistry, U.(2018), Enhancing Students Employability Skills via use of the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants Student Membership. Paper presented at the Accounting Education Special Interest Group (SIG) Conference of the British Accounting and Finance Association. Brighton. http://www.bafa.ac.uk/subgroups/special-interest-groups/accounting-education/events/upcoming-events/accounting-education-sig-annual-conference-2018.html
  • Mistry, U. (2018), Embedding eLearning into Accounting Education. Paper presented at the Accounting Education Special Interest Group (SIG) Conference of the British Accounting and Finance Association. Brighton.
  • Mistry, U.(2018), Social Networking and Enhancing employability skills of undergraduate Accounting Degree students, 4th International Conference on Teaching, Education & Learning (ICTEL), Imperial College. London.
  • Mpofu, K., and Madichie, N. (2018). Leading Organisational Change at a London Alternative Provider of Higher Education. Full Research Paper accepted for presentation in the Organisational Transformation, Change and Development (OTCD) track of the 32nd Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management (BAM) hosted by Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, 4-6 September.
  • Stevens, J. (2018) International Judicial Review. Paper to be presented at the International Law Conference at Canterbury Christchurch in July 2018.

2017

  • Amarasinghe, A.(2017). From conflict to recovery Destination rebranding in Sri Lanka. Accepted paper for the Global Marketing in Times of Uncertainty conference, Santorini, Greece, May 21-23, 2018 (https://www.amaglobalsig.org/call-for-papers).
  • Ameen, N., and Willis, R. (2017) Towards closing gender gaps in Arab countries: understanding gender differences in smartphone adoption and use in Iraq. UK Academy of Information Systems Conference, University of Oxford.
  • Kopec-Massey, A. (2017). Oxford Empathy Programme International Colloquium, Oxford University. October.
  • Madichie, N. (2017a, co-authored). Migration, Remittances, African Diaspora and the Sustainable Development Goals. Paper presented at the 3rd The International Conference on Migration and Diaspora Entrepreneurship (MDE). Theme: Exploring Creative Solutions to Exploit the Migrants’ Entrepreneurial Capacity. Bremen, Germany, 30 November – 1 December. http://www.mde-conference.com/conferenceproceedings2017/
  • Madichie, N. (2017b, co-authored). African returnee Academics: An Exploration of self-initiated expatriation, migration and diaspora entrepreneurship education. Paper presented at the 3rd The International Conference on Migration and Diaspora Entrepreneurship (MDE). Theme: Exploring Creative Solutions to Exploit the Migrants’ Entrepreneurial Capacity. Bremen, Germany, 30 November – 1 December. http://www.mde-conference.com/conferenceproceedings2017/
  • Madichie, N. (2017c) An Exploration of Middle East Sports Officials. Panel session on “Sports, Society, and the State in the Middle East Working Group II.” Center for International and Regional Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University Qatar, 24-25 September. – https://cirs.georgetown.edu/news-events/events/sports-society-and-state-middle-east-working-group-ii#
  • Madichie, N. (2017). Ties that un-bind: Nigerian Artistes Making music under resource-constrained conditions. Paper presented at the 40th Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference, Belfast 7-9 November.
    http://isbe.org.uk/afterisbe17-creative/
  • Madichie, N., and Zaman, A. (2017) Mapping out the Regional landscape of the British creative industry: the CPN Model Development. Paper #4, British Academy of Management Conference. University of Warwick, 5-7 September 2017.
  • Madichie, N., and Mpofu, K. (2017) International Entrepreneurship Challenges of African Telecoms A two-country/ two-case illustration. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference Bulgarian Association for Management Development and Entrepreneurship (BAMDE), St. St. Constantine and Helena, Varna, Bulgaria, 6 – 9 June 2017.
  • Mistry, U.(2017a) Embedding Employability Skills in the BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Management degree via use of PSRB student membership, Paper presented at the British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Conference May 2017. http://www.bafa.ac.uk/subgroups/special-interest-groups/accounting-education/events/upcoming-events/accounting-education-sig-annual-conference-2018.html
  • Mistry, U.(2017b) Embedding employability skills in the BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Management via use of PSRB services, CIMA Academic and Career Conference.
  • Mistry, U.(2017) Embedding Employability Skills in the BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Management degree via use of PSRB student membership, British Accounting and Finance Association.
  • Sadiq, A. (2017a). The Powerful Teaching Strategy and its Impact on Students’ performance and Educational Outcomes: A Scaffolding Perspective. Keynote Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Languages, Social Sciences, Education and Interdisciplinary Studies (ICLSSE-17). London, UK. 4-6 December.
  • Sadiq, A. (2017b). Effectiveness of Self-Regulated Formative Feedback in Enhancing Students’ Learning Experience in Higher Education. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Languages, Social Sciences, Education and Interdisciplinary Studies (ICLSSE-17). London, UK 4-6 December.
  • Stevens, J. (2017a) ‘Ban the Box’ and the way forward. Paper presented at the University of Northampton Inequalities in Education Conference, 20 September.
  • Stevens, J. (2017b) Attendee at the Society of Legal Scholars conference in Dublin, 5-7 September.
  • Stevens, J. (2017c) Attendee at the Annual Justice Conference on Human Rights, London, 13 November.
  • Zaman, A.(2017a). Presentation to Regional Chapter Chairs on Commonwealth Research Network on International Business (CRN-IB). AIB Annual Conference in Dubai, 4-7 July.
  • Zaman, A. (2017b). Commonwealth Trade Conference, London, 20 July. LSBM group participated facilitated by the Centre for Research and Enterprise.
  • Zaman, A.(2017c). Development of CRN-IB group on International Entrepreneurship. McGill International Entrepreneurship conference, Galway, 23-25 August.

2016

  • Amarasinghe, A.(2016). PhD Research Seminar. From conflict to recovery Destination rebranding in Sri Lanka. University of Northampton, 15 Dec 2016.
  • Bright, C(2016) ‘Human Rights Due Diligence and Corporate Accountability’, presented within the framework of the Workshop organised by the International Law Working group, European University Institute, Florence, 12 May 2016.
  • Bright, C(2016)  ‘Quelques réflexions à propos de l’affaire Shell aux Pays-Bas’ (Some reflexions about the Shell case in the Netherlands), presented at the Conference ‘L’entreprise multinationale et le droit international‘ (Multinational Corporations and International Law) organised by the Société Française pour le Droit International (French Society for International Law), Paris 19-21 May 2016.
  • Madichie, N.Abdullah Promise Opute, Sirak Hagos, (2016) “Entrepreneurship Behaviour of African Minorities in the UK: Moderating Influence of Culture.” Paper presented at the Academy of Marketing Conference, Newcastle Business School, July 4-7.

Pre 2015

  • Madichie, N.(2015) “Heaven Kigali – Narratives & Realities of an ‘Ethnic Minority’ Woman Business Owner.” Paper to be presented at the 38th Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Conference, Glasgow, November 10-13.
  • Madichie, N.and Gbadamosi, A. (2014) “Demarketing of Higher Education – Thinking ‘out of the box’ or out of focus?” Paper presented at the 37th Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Conference, Manchester, November 5-6..
  • Mpofu, K. C.and Gono S. (2014) ‘Exploring inter-relationships between ICT adoption factors: Insights from SMEs in countries of southern Africa.’ Paper presented at the 37th Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Conference, Manchester, 5-6 November.
  • Bright, C.(2013a) The Implications of Kiobel for Corporate Civil Liability, Vth Journal of Private International Law Conference (Madrid: 12-13 September).
  • Bright, C.(2013b) La responsabilità civile delle società multinazionali in caso di violazioni dei diritti umani in paesi in via di sviluppo [Civil Liability of Multinational Corporations for Human Rights Abuses in Developing Countries], La promozione della responsabilità sociale delle imprese (University of Florence: 7 May 2013)
  • Madichie, N., and Nosa, C. (2013) Aligning the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) with Enterprise Education in a London University. Paper presented at the 36thInstitute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Conference, Cardiff, UK, November 12-13.
  • Taylor, S.(2013a) 12th Greenleaf Servant Leadership Annual conference (UK), London.  7-8th of November 2013. The Servant-Leadership Legacy of Hilton College, South Africa.
  • Taylor, S(2013b) Development of a philosophy and practice of Servant Leadership through service opportunity. 9thEuropean Conference on Management Leadership and Governance, 14-15 of November 2013 Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt Austria.
  • Madichie, N.(2012) “Students’ evaluation of teaching (SET): Are we ‘mastering the art’ of ‘missing the science’ in Marketing?” Paper presented at the Academy of Marketing Conference. University of Southampton, UK. July 4-5.
  • Mistry, U, (2012) Beyond Budgeting – Changes in Universities, Vista Conference, University of West London.
  • Stevens, J.(2012) Towards an international judicial review mechanism. Post Graduate Conference in Human rights. University Cork.
  • Bright, C.(2011a) L’esercizio extraterritoriale della giurisdizione civile con riferimento a gravi comportamenti lesivi di diritti umani imputabili ad imprese multinazionali [The Exercise of Extraterritorial Civil Jurisdiction in Relation to Serious Corporate Human Rights Violations], 10th Young International Lawyers Research Forum(University of Catania: 24-25 January.)
  • Bright, C.(2011b) A Forum of Necessity for Victims of Corporate Human Rights Abuse, Global Governance and Transnational Human Rights Obligations Doctoral School (Florence: European University Institute, 1-3 December.)
  • Bright, C.(2011c) Public Policy as an Obstacle to Full Recognition of Civil Status and Parenting Rights of Same-Sex Couples? Equality and Justice – LGBTI Rights in the XXI Century (Florence: 12-13 May.)
  • Bright, C.(2011d) Human Rights Protection and Private International Law, Human Rights, Multinational Corporations and International Law Doctoral Workshop (European University Institute, 2 May.)
  • Bright, C. (2011e) The Role of Access to Justice to Provide Human Rights Protection in Private International Law, 14thJournal of Private International Law Conference (Milan: 14 April 2011).
  • Fairhurst, J.(2011) “Reforming The ASEAN Economic Community’s Dispute Settlement Mechanisms”, Paper presented at the 6th UUM International Legal Conference, Penang (Universiti Utara Malaysia), October.
  • Bright, C.(2010a) The Public Policy Exception to Recognition of Foreign Judgments on Islamic ‘Talaq’’, Private International Law Conference (Madrid: University Complutense, 24-25 March.)
  • Bright, C.(2010b) From “Bhopal” to “Kiobel”: Corporations and Social Environmental Justice in the Courts, Towards Social Environmental Justice? (Florence: European University Institute, 26 November.)
  • Madichie, N.and Gbadamosi, A. (2010) “Adaptive Curriculum for Entrepreneurial Learning: A case study of SME Marketing at UEL.” Paper presented at the 33rd ISBE Conference, Grand Connaught Rooms, London, 2-4 November.
  • Taylor, S.(2010a) Interdisciplinary Social Sciences conference, Cambridge University, 2010. Presentation of paper on Servant Leadership.
  • Taylor, S.(2010b) Keynote Addresss, Universities of Southern Africa facilities Directors’ Annual Conference.
  • Taylor, S.(2009) Creating Sustainable organizations, through servant leadership. Interdisciplinary Social Sciences conference, Athens University.

ANNUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING CONFERENCE

  • Mistry U and Sadiq A (2019) Bridging the inclusivity gap through an inclusive stakeholders’ curriculum. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Bloomsbury Institute. Theme: Bridging the Inclusivity Gap, 9 July, London.
  • Omosola Fiberesima O and Madichie N. O (2019) Management education trends and gaps: A case study of community education provision in London (UK). Paper presented at the 9th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Bloomsbury Institute. Theme: Bridging the Inclusivity Gap, 9 July, London.
  • Pradhan K and Healey C (2019) Read to Succeed. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Bloomsbury Institute. Theme: Bridging the Inclusivity Gap, 9 July, London.
  • Stevens J and Bailey S (2019) ‘Peer Assisted Learning Leaders: What’s in it for me?’. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Bloomsbury Institute. Theme: Bridging the Inclusivity Gap, 9 July, London.
  • Junaid N and Lewis-Thomas C (2019) ‘Staff Reflections on the Inclusivity Gap.’ Presented at the 9th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Bloomsbury Institute. Theme: Bridging the Inclusivity Gap, 9 July, London.
  • Jackson M (2019) ‘The Guest in the Classroom.’ Presented at the 9th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Bloomsbury Institute. Theme: Bridging the Inclusivity Gap, 9 July, London.
  • Mistry, U. (2018). Students Engagement through Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants Accelerate Partnership in Enhancing Employability Skills of undergraduate Accounting degree students. 8th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference.
  • Sadiq, A. (2018). An investigation into the effectiveness of key interventions likely to close the attainment gap. 8th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. London School of Business and Management, July, TBC.
  • Stevens, J. (2018) Peer Assisted Learning Leaders and impact within private sector HE providers. Collaborative working with DDir of SEWS to be presented at 8th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. London School of Business and Management, July.
  • Mistry, U., Nye, J. (2017), Acquisition of 21st Century Accounting Employability Skills via use of CIMA Business Game, 7th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference,  London School of Business and Management.
  • Mistry, U., (2017), Four Driver of Employability – PACE, 7th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, London School of Business and Management.
  • Mistry, U, Courtney C, Hillman N (2016) Personal Development Plan. 6th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, London School of Business and Management.
  • Mistry, U, Courtney C, Hillman N (2016) The Gift box – True stories behind the Inclusive Learning Journey, 6th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, London School of Business and Management.
  • Stevens, J.(2015) Passing the work of others for credit Development. 5th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, London School of Business and Management, July 8.
  • Taylor, S.(2015) Servant Leadership In Higher Education. 5th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, London School of Business and Management, July 7.