ASB Research Series

The ASB Research Seminar Series (RSS) provides a forum for academics from a broad range of disciplines to present their research work. ASB RSS are now in hybrid mode and are usually held on Wednesdays at lunchtime. If you would like to present at and/or attend the ASB RSS please contact Ikuo Takei (ikuo.takei@asb.edu.my) or Sylvia Ng (sylvia.ng@asb.edu.my).

Upcoming Talks

Stay tuned for more upcoming talks.

Date/Time
Speaker
Title & Abstract
19 September 2022
Monday
Eli Remolona
Member of the Monetary Board, Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas
Lake Wobegon Bond Markets in Emerging Economies
05 October 2022
Wednesday
Timothy Kam
Australian National University
Banking Market Power, the Deposits Channel of Monetary Policy and Capital
12 October 2022
Wednesday
Adrien Verdelhan
MIT Sloan School of Management
TBC
26 October 2022
Wednesday
Shafaat Yar Khan
World Bank EAP Research Center
The Aggregate Effects of Supply-Chain Disruptions
Past Talks
Date/Time
Speaker
Title & Abstract
8 August 2022
Monday
Asst. Prof. João Duarte
Nova School of Business and Economics in Lisbon
Monetary Policy and Home Ownership
30 March 2022
Wednesday
Shardul Phadnis
ASB
Market Expansion through Online-buying to Store-pickup (O2S): Implications for End-to-end Supply Chain Strategy, Shardul Phadnis, Charles Fine
25 March 2022
Wednesday
Joseph Cherian
NUS
“Replicas: Have Hedge Funds Re-Resurrected as Traditional Beta?” (co-authored with C. Kon and Z. Li)
23 March 2022
Wednesday
Jackson Lu
MIT Sloan
Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling with Debate Training: A Longitudinal Field Experiment
16 March 2022
Wednesday
Tava Olsen
University of Auckland Business School
Quoting Lead Times When Quotes Directly Affect Customer Satisfaction.
02 March 2022
Wednesday
Joel Bothello
Concordia University
The morality of informality: Exploring binary oppositions in counterfeit markets.
16 February 2022
Wednesday
Zhan Siran
UNSW / NUS
Rethinking the personality-entrepreneurship link: Can entrepreneurship change your personality?
17 November 2021
Wednesday
Wang Tao
Kyoto University
Navigating the maze: How professionals manage interdependence
Management
6 October 2021
Wednesday
Dimas Mateus Fazio
National University of Singapore
Housing Collateral Reform and Economic Reallocation
Economics & Finance
22 September 2021
Wednesday
Po-Shen Loh
Carnegie Mellon University
A New Approach for Fighting Infectious Disease, Combining Game Theory and Network Theory
Economics & Finance
6 January 2021
Monday
Anella Munro
Asia School of Business
The Original Sin Redux: A Model Based Evaluation
Macroeconomics/Finance