Research Seminar Series

Our Research Seminar Series is held regularly throughout the year.

Previous Talks:


  • December 2020 – Arif Zaman, Dr. Nicholas Watts and Dr. Bala Chandra, Making the most of our external networks to support your research: the Commonwealth
  • June 2020 – Magda H5P Application package Demo. Bloomsbury Institute London. Virtual presentation.
  • May 2020 – Arif Zaman, Business Research in a (post) COVID-19 world. Nnamdi Madichie and Arif Zaman, Working Paper on Brexit, Commonwealth and the Creative Industries
  • May 2020 – Anna Krajewska, Introduction to Senior Fellowship Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). Bloomsbury Institute London. Virtual presentation.
  • April 2020 – Arif Zaman, Teaching Business in a (post) Covid 19 World. Virtual (Online) Seminar. Bloomsbury Institute London.
  • April 2020 – Lynette Nabbosa, In-Bloom Unit 2: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Bloomsbury Institute London. Virtual presentation.


  • December 2019 – Arif Zaman, The role of the business (law or accounting) research(er) in a VUCA world
  • June 2019 – Asif Sadiq, “A comparative study of the predictive power of employee empowerment and performance appraisal in promoting entrepreneurial capabilities in higher education” Paper presented at the Bloomsbury Institute Research Seminar.
  • May 2019 – Mubashir Qurashi, Investigating the impact of corporate governance mechanism on firm performance: Case of Jordanian non-financial firms listed on Amman Stock Exchange
  • April 2019 – Dr Joe Stevens, An interrogation of the Private Security Industry Act 2001 and its Implications for the sector
  • March 2019 – Nisreen Ameen & Nnamdi MadichieStaff Development & Research Workshop with Professor Amari Dester Queen Mary, University of London
  • February 2019 – Sadiq Asif, The predictive power of empowerment & performance appraisal in promoting entrepreneurial capabilities in British Higher Education
  • January 2019 – Nnamdi O. Madichie,Corporate Entrepreneurship, Strategy-making, and the Performance of the Nigerian Manufacturing Sector: A multi-case analysis


  • December 2018 – Jack-Osimiri, Redefining the concept of human dignity using Equity and Trusts law to suit the modern-day EU Patent legal system
  • November 2018 – Amarasinghe, A, From conflict to recovery: An examination of stakeholders’ perspectives of destination branding
  • October 2018, Joubert Madel, Identifying students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • June 2018 – Dabir Ahmed, Embedding eLearning into Accounting Education
  • May 2018 – Nisreen Ameen, Mobile technology and entrepreneurship: the use of mobile applications to support Women Entrepreneurs in Iraq
  • April 2018 – Anna Kopec-Massey, Ethnography and Social Enterprise: Bridging the gap between theory and practice
  • February 2018 – Usha Mistry and Dabir Ahmed, Embedding eLearning into Accounting Education
  • January 2018 – Kuldeep Pradhan and Umair Farooq, Perspectives on Technology-Enhanced Learning using ‘TPACK’ conceptual framework


  • November 2017– Arif Zaman and Balasubramanyam Chandramohan (Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London). A 360-degree panoramic view of Interdisciplinarity at LSBM.
  • October 2017– Simon Taylor, Theories of learning: Interacting with digital technologies
  • September 2017– Asif Sadiq, Model of higher order thinking based on (Blooms Taxonomy): A Teacher exemplar
  • June 2017 – Joe Stevens, Challenges of Law Research
  • May 2017 – Professor Richard Rose (University of Northampton), Education Research Challenges and How to Overcome them
  • April 2017 – Asif Sadiq, Impact of Self-Regulated Assessment and Formative Feedback on Students Learning and Performance in Higher Education
  • March 2017– Claire Bright, Corporate Accountability under International Law
  • February 2017– Usha Mistry, Embedding Employability Skills in the BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Management degree via use of Professional Statutory Regulatory Body student membership
  • January 2017– Arif Zaman, Commonwealth trade and investment in a Post-Brexit world


  • December 2016 – Knowledge Mpofu, Leadership and Power in Organisations – How do Leaders Get Things Done?
  • November 2016 – Anais Cornuault, Brand Awareness and Corporate Social Responsibility in a French Real Estate Firm
  • September 2016 – Dr Nnamdi O. Madichie, Failure to Launch: A Story about Getting Started with Research
  • May 2016 – Dr Joe Stevens, Ban the Box – Why asking students to disclose previous convictions is hurting student diversity
  • April 2016 – Kuldeep Pradhan, Service Quality Perception of Postgraduate Students in British Higher Education: Insights from a London University
  • March 2016 – Chris Munro, Exploring ethical perception in Vietnam: Explorations from Business students and employers
  • February 2016 – Claudia Maugeri, Hand-crafted, affordable and unique: The Pandora Brand Audit
  • January 2016 – Nnamdi O. Madichie, Luxury Brands in non-luxurious times