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Friday 25 June
Online WCGI Seminar Felix von Meyerinck (University of Sankt Gallen). Title: Competition and the Reputational Costs of Litigation. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Friday 11 June
Online WCGI Seminar Steen Thomsen and David Jonas Schroeder (Copenhagen Business School). Title: Foundation Ownership and Financial Performance: A Global Analysis. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Friday 28 May
Online WCGI Seminar Marc Goergen (IE Business School, Madrid). Title: The Cultural Foundations of Corporate Control: An Empirical Enquiry. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Friday 21 May
Online WCGI (Workshop Corporate Governance and Investment) Seminar Marc Steffen Rapp (Philipps-Universitat Marburg). Title: Better Safe Than Sorry: Labor Market Regulation and Cash Holdings of Founding Family Firms. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Monday 26 April
Online UGCE Seminar: Jeroen Loef (RUG & Hanze UAS). Title: Understanding of the effect of scaffolding on the development of an entrepreneurial mindset within students that choose entrepreneurial educational programs in higher education. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Monday 15 March
UGCE Seminar: Malte Krohn (Hamburg University of Technology) and Dagmar Hattenberg (FEB). Title: A taxonomy of mindsets - unlocking the synergies of innovation and entrepreneurship through mindset-based perspectives. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Wednesday 10 March
PEGDECH Seminar Mikolaj Malinowski (FEB). Title: Incredible Commitment: Inequality and consensus-making in the largest parliamentary state in Europe’s history. Time: 11.00 hrs.

Monday 1 February
Online UGCE Seminar: Sean White (RUG, FEB). Title: What is entrepreneurship theory building? Time: 12.00 hrs.

Wednesday 13 January
Online PEGDECH Seminar Alberto Feenstra (Leiden University). Title: Free riding the Federal State. Moral hazard in the Dutch Republic. Time: 11.00 hrs.

2020

Wednesday, December 16
PEGDECH Seminar: Martin Lange (ZEW - Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research). Title: Refugees Welcome? Understanding the Regional Heterogeneity of Anti-Refugee Hate Crimes in Germany. Time: 11.00 hrs.

Thursday 10 December Micro Meeting Special Event!
On the occasion of the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony that day in Stockholm, FEB will host a seminar on the work of the Economics laureates (and its implications).
Speakers: Maarten Janssen (University of Vienna) and Marco Haan (University of Groningen). Emrah Aydinonat (University of Helsinki) will moderate the debate. Time: 13.00 hrs
Wednesday 2 December
Online PEGDECH Seminar Giampaolo Lecce (FEB). Title: Local Specialization and Growth: The Italian Land Reform. Time: 14.00 hrs.

Wednesday 18 November
PEGDECH Seminar: Gerhard Toews (New Economic School in Moscow, Oxcarre, University of Oxford, and the LEO, Orléans University). Title: Dynamic Relational Contracts and Institutional Quality: Evidence from Oil and Gas Contracts. Time: 11.00 hrs.

Wednesday 4 November
Online PEGDECH Seminar: Zohal Hessami (Ruhr-University Bochum). Title: A leaky pipeline: Recontest rates and the underrepresentation of women in politics. Time: 11.00 hrs.

Wednesday 21 October
Online PEGDECH Seminar: Pierre-Louis Vézina (King’s College London). Title: Enemies of the people. Time: 11.00 hrs.

Wednesday 7 October
Online PEGDECH Seminar:
Paul Berbée (ZEW – Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research) Title: Refugees as a Labour Demand Shock and the Adjustment of Local Labour Markets. Time: 11.00 hrs.

Monday 28 September
Online UGCE Seminar: Dagmar Hattenberg (RUG, FEB) and Judith van Helvert (Windesheim). Title: Overcoming crises in a family firm: Emotions from crises and the strategic orientation that they promote. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Wednesday 23 September
Online PEGDECH Seminar: Jeanet Sinding Bentzen (University of Copenhagen). Title: God Politics: Religion, Attitudes, and Outcomes. Time: 11.00 hrs.

Tuesday 10 March
Maddison lecture: Nina Pavcnik (Professor of Economics, Dartmouth). Title: Integrated and Unequal? The effects of trade on inequality. Time: 15.00-16.30. Place: 5412.0020 (Blauwe zaal).

Monday 9 March
PEGDECH Seminar: Pim Heijnen (FEB). Title: Rent seeking in a static general equilibrium setting. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Monday 24 February
PEGDECH Seminar: Christian Bjornskov (University of Aarhus). Title: Institutional shocks and economic crises. Time. 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Wednesday 12 February
PEGDECH Seminar: Felix Schaff (LSE). Title: When ‘war made the state’, what happened to
economic inequality? Military conflicts and the beginning of the inequality rise in premodern Germany (c. 1400 – 1648). Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743.

Wednesday 22 January
PEGDECH Seminar: Richard Paping (Faculty of Arts). Title: Rural artisans: specialization of non-agricultural tasks in a capitalistic and a more traditional economy in the nineteenth-century Netherlands. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Monday 13 January
PEGDECH Seminar: Katharina Pfaff (WU Wien). Title:
Concede or discourage? Politicians' responses to anti-war protests. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743.


2019

Monday 9 December
UGCE Seminar: Margo Enthoven (University of Groningen, Campus Fryslân). Title: Institutional entrepreneurship within a social movement: Bottom-up approaches to sustainable change. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5527.0120.

Wednesday 20 November
PEGDECH Seminar: Mattia Bertazzini. Title: Institutional Adaptation to Environmental Change. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Wednesday 13 November
PEGDECH Seminar: Yuzuru Kumon (Bocconi University). Title: The deep roots in inequality. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Wednesday 6 November
PEGDECH Seminar: Miriam Rehm (University Duisberg-Essen). Title: The Gender Wealth Gap. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Tuesday 29 October
CONINC Seminar: René Belderbos (KU Leuven). Title: Weak IPR as a Deterrent to Foreign R&D Investments: Internal Linkage Strategy, Complexity, and Tacitness. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105.

Wednesday 23 October
PEGDECH Seminar: Noemi Peter (FEB). Title: Gender, willingness to compete and career choices along the whole ability distribution. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Thursday 17 October
Public Health Brown Bag Seminar: Xander Koolman (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Title: Improving risk equalization through machine learning: a comparative evaluation of Random Forests and Gradient Boosted Machines to OLS regression. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: Skibril.

Friday 11 Octobe r
SA Board Effectiveness Seminar: Steven Boivie (Texas A&M University). Title: Corporate directors’ implicit theories of the roles and duties of boards. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0008.

Thursday 10 October
PECHDEG Seminar: Niklas Potrafke (IFO Institute Munich). Title: Right wing populists in power. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103.

Wednesday 9 October
PEGDECH Seminar: Carlo Ciccarelli (Roma tor Vergata). Title: Home Sweet Home: the Effect of Sugar Protectionism on Emigration in Italy, 1876-1913. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Monday 7 October
UGCE Seminar: J.C. Spender (Kozminski University). Title: Spender on uncertainty. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5527.0120.

Thursday 26 September
UGCE Seminar: Ute Stephan (King’s College London). Title: How to Get Published in Top Entrepreneurship Journals. Time: 16.00-17.30 hrs. Place: 5527.0059.

Wednesday 25 September
PEG-DECH Seminar: Alex Gibbs (LSE London). Title: Waifs and Strays: Property Rights and the Redistribution of (Un)wanted Livestock in Late Medieval England. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Wednesday 11 September
PEGDECH Seminar: Milena Nikolova (FEB). Title: Stalin and the origins of mistrust. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Thursday 5 September
CONINC seminar: Christoph Grimpe (Copenhagen Business School). Title: Distance to technology aspirations and firm entry into a merger wave. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: tba.

Thursday 23 May
Aletta’s Talent Network Seminar: Julisca César (Clinical Marketing Specialist at Philips). Title: Philips and a journey towards the healthcare business. Place: Room T4.103 UMCG.

Monday 13 May
UGCE Seminar: Inna Kozlinska (University of Groningen). Title: Academic AND Entrepreneur: Determinants of Dual Identity Strength Among University Researchers  Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 4345.0121.

Wednesday 8 May
PEGDECH Seminar: David Chilosi (FEB). Title: The effects of market integration during the first globalization: a multi-market approach. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0059.

Thursday 2 May
SA Public Health Seminar:
- Gianmaria Niccodemi: The impact of economic conditions at birth on hypertension and/or risk of diabetes later in life.
- Anne Bonvanie-Lenferink: Health self-management applications in the work environment: the effects on employee autonomy.
Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Wednesday 17 April
PEGDECH Seminar: Felix Ward (Erasmus University). Title: The real effects of money supply shocks: Evidence from maritime disasters in the Spanish Empire. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0059. Abstract attached.

Thursday 11 April
SA Public Health Brown Bag Seminars:
Steffen Eriksen. Title: Policy induced increases in private healthcare financing provide short-term relief of total healthcare expenditure growth: Evidence from OECD countries.
Jan Koch. Title: Disgust discussed.
Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0150.

Wednesday 10 April
PEGDECH Seminar: Emanuele Russo (University of Pisa), Title: Characterizing growth instability: new evidence on unit roots and structural breaks in long run time series. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Tuesday 2 April
SA CONINC Seminar: Markus Baer (Washington University in St. Louis). Title:
A recipe for success? Award winners and the one-hit wonder effect—Evidence from the UK cookbook market . Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Monday 1 April
UGCE Seminar: Lien Denoo (Tilburg University). Title: Help, I Need Somebody, Not Just Anybody? The Role of Advisors During Technology Venture Emergence. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5527.0120

Monday 25 March
SA Board Effectiveness Seminar: Mariano (Pitosh) Heyden (Monash University). Title: Regulation of corporate board diversity: a multi-country study on the attainment of gender quota targets. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place:
5419.0011

Wednesday 20 March
PEGDECH Seminar: Femke Cnossen. Title: Risk of routine work: worker-level dynamics of job polarization. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Tuesday 19 March
SA Markets and Sustainability Seminar: Sander van der Linden (University of Cambridge). Title: Saving the planet because it feels good: The role of warm-glow and intrinsic motivation in sustainable decision-making. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 14 March
Internal Finance Seminar: Egle Karmaziene. Title: Open the Board: Nepotistic vs. Merit-based Director Selection. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Monday 11 March
UGCE Seminar: Sílvia Costa, Olga Belousova, Aniek Ouendag, and Aard Groen (UG Centre of Entrepreneurship). Title: "VentureLab Weekend: Developing Entrepreneurial Skills from Idea to Action." Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5527.0120

Thursday 7 March
SA Public Health Brown Bag Seminars:
Susanne Täuber. Title: Self-reliance, trust, and health literacy among citizens with low and high socio-economic status. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0156

Thursday 28 February
SA Markets & Sustainability Seminar: Andreas Lange (Hamburg University). Title: Private contributions and the regional scope of charities: How donation experiments can inform public policy. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007


Wednesday 27 February
PEGDECH seminar: Anna Minasyan (GEM). Title: The Role of Conflict in Sex Discrimination: The Case of Missing Girls Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Monday 18 February
UGCE Seminar: Johannes Kleinhempel (GEM). Title: Cultural Roots of Entrepreneurship  – Evidence from second-generation immigrants. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5527.0120

Tuesday 12 February
PEGDECH Seminar: Jop Woltjer (GEM). Title: The impact of demand for labor and economic structure on Dutch unmarried women’s labor force participation, 1812-1929. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Thursday 7 February
SA Public Health Brown Bag Seminars:
Roel Freriks. Title: Special Needs Students in Regular Classrooms? Quasi-experimental Results from the Netherlands. Bart Noort. Title: Orchestration versus bookkeeping: What drives the healthcare purchaser’s logic? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Wednesday 6 February
PEGDECH Seminar: Maanik Nath (LSE). Title: Neither efficient nor equitable: the failures of lending regulation in rural Madras 1930-60. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928


Monday 28 January
UGCE Seminar: Marjan Gorgievski-Duijvesteijn (Erasmus University Rotterdam). Title: Entrepreneurship and wellbeing, multilevel insights into happiness and success. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5527.0120

Wednesday 16 January
PEGDECH Seminar: Alexander Jaax (OECD). Title: The link between foreign direct investment in services and manufacturing export performance: Evidence from Mexico. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Thursday 10 January
Brown Bag Seminars SA Public Health:
Laura Viluma. Title: Moral hazard and selection for voluntary deductible.
Hermien van Dijk. Title: Mental health over the life course: evidence for a U-shape? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

2018

Thursday 20 December
SA Markets & Sustainability Seminar: Casper Albers (Heymans Institute for Psychological Research, Groningen). Title: Statistical Modelling of Energy Behaviour. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Monday 17 December
UGCE Seminar: Dagmar Hattenberg-Holm (University of Groningen). Title: Conceptualising the Entrepreneurial Mindset: A Contrasting and Comparative Study. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5527.0120 (Start-Up City Building, Kadijk 4)

Wednesday 21 November
PEGDECH Seminar: Richard Franke (IfW Kiel/University of Bayreuth). Title: Railways and Economic Development in Württemberg, 1812-1910. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928


Wednesday 7 November
PEGDECH Seminar: Fred Giesenow. Title: Short versus long credit cycles and the impact of banking crises on the real economy. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

2017

Monday 12 December
URSI Lunch Seminar: Federico Savini (UvA). Title: A critical perspective on self-organization. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

2016

Thursday 19 May
FRW Lunchseminar: Mark van Duijn. Title: The economic valuation of household relocation costs in a residential sorting mechanism. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0250

Thursday 14 April
FRW Lunchseminar: Tom Ogwang (Mbarara University). Title: Oil discovery and Uganda’s political economy: can the oil curse be avoided? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0236

Tuesday 22 March
FRW Lunchseminar: Jasper van Dijk (New College Oxford). Title: A non-parametric examination of the local multiplier effect – who benefits? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 17 March
FRW Lunchseminar: Stephen Sheppard (Williams College). Title: The fatal consequences of health care agglomeration. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114


Thursday 10 March
FRW Lunchseminar: Petros Milionis. Title: The short and the long-run effectiveness of EU cohesion policy. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Tuesday 23 February
FRW Lunchseminar: Ilaria Mariotti (Politecnico Milano). Title: Does employment behavior in multinational affiliates diverge from national companies? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Friday 19 February
RM Thesis defense: Daniel Schippers. Title: Credit and the macroeconomy. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Friday 15 January
RM Thesis Presentation: Nikki Panjer (EEF). Title: Does the fiscal theory of the price level hold for the Euro area? Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0124


Thursday 14 January
URSI lunchseminar: Ho-Yeon Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea). Title: Shrinking population and the urban hierarchy. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

2015

Tuesday 15 September
Maddison Lecture Seminar: Jeffrey Williamson (Harvard University). Title: Latin America inequality: colonial origins, commodity booms, or a missed 20th Century levelling? Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0013

Monday 14 September
Maddison Lecture in Economic History and Development. Public lecture by Jeffrey Williamson. Title: Growth and inequality in America: from Colony to superpower. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: Smitsborg, 5431.0053

Tuesday 8 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Nicolas DUran (EEF). Title: On spatially dependent housing prices. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Friday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Maite Laméris (EEF). Title: On the measurement and validation of political ideology. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Friday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Fabian ten Kate (EEF). Title: Country heterogeneity in the effect of capital taxation on economic growth. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Tuesday 1 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Bart van Leeuwen (EEF). Title: Do preferences over consumption depend on household composition? A collective approach to household consumption. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Tuesday 1 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Aobo Jiang (GEM). Title: Technology, offshoring and the functional structure of labor demand in advanced economies. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Monday 31 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Anouk Schippers (EEF). Title: A commercial gift for charity. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Monday 31 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Gert-Jan Romensen (EEF). Title: tba. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Friday 28 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Jelle van Essen (EEF). Title: Using nonlinear IV estimators. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Thursday 27 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Rowan Leerentveld. Title: Obesity: blaming you, blaming me. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Wednesday 1 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Yan Shao. Title: Linking self-construal to creativity: the mediating role of approach motivation and cognitive flexibility. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0128

Thursday 19 February
Healthwise Seminar: Sophia de Rooij (UMCG). Title: Effective ouderenzorg. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0108

2014

Friday 5 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Ana Dumitrescu (GEM). Title: The effect of ego-depletion on following cultural norms. Time: 09.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Friday 5 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Steffen Eriksen (EEF). Title: Some win, some lose: the impact of microcredit in India and Ghana. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Thursday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Arjen Onrust (MARK). Title: The dark side of marketing accountability: Expanding conceptual knowledge and determining linkages to marketing activities and firm performance. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Thursday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Eduard Suari (EEF). Title: The effect of declining house prices on household savings: a theoretical and empirical study of the Dutch case. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Wednesday 3 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Hendryk Dittfeld (OPERA). Title: Coping with supply chain complexity – How can mitigation strategies improve performance in the food processing industry? Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Monday 1 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Ernst-Jan Prosman (OPERA). Title: Dealing with defaulting suppliers: an agency theory perspective. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Monday 1 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Feng Hu (MARK). Title:
A cross-national investigation into the relation between advertising explicit memory, advertising likeability, and consumer behavior intentions. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Monday 1 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Edin Smailhodzic (I&O). Title: Social media enabled interactions in healthcare: towards a typology. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Tuesday 26 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Lisanne Petter (OPERA). Title: The effect of norm setting on elective surgery scheduling. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Tuesday 9 September
The Maddison Lecture in Economic History and Development. Public lecture by Charles Jones (Stanford University). Title: Beyond GDP? Welfare across countries and time. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: tba.

Monday 14 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Pan Yao. Title: The impact of the financial crisis on Dutch households. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Wednesday 2 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Dennis Prak. Title: On the handling of forecast uncertainty in inventory models. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Wednesday
2 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Sebastiaan Pool. Title: Loan default risk in the banking sector and macroeconomic stability. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0206A

Monday 30 June
RM Thesis Presentation: Holmer Kok. Title: Taking technologies off the shelf: The technological impact of recombining shelved technologies. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0125

Thursday 12 June
The Maddison Lecture in Economic History and Development. Public lecture by Dani Rodrik (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton and University of Groningen). Title: The future of growth: Lessons from economics. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0015

Tuesday 25 March
RM Thesis Presentation: Suzanne van Solinge. Title: Are older leaders less transformational? The role of age for transformational leadership from the perspective of socioemotional selectivity theory. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0119


Thursday February 6
RM Thesis Presentation: Pieter IJtsma. Title: Are banks in more concentrated markets less stable? Evidence from the EU-25. Time: 09.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0603

Friday 31 January
RM Thesis Presentation: Jan Veijer. Title: The value of electric energy storage including real options: The case of Eemsdelta. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0741

2013

Friday 22 November
RM Thesis Presentation: Emir Dzinic. Title: Role theory perspective on resistance to change: Self-control demands linking role stressors to resistance to change: A mediation study. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Wednesday 11 September
GCSCS Seminar on “Innovation diffusion and networks”. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0019 (skibril)

Monday 9 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Sarah Castaldi. Title: International diversification strategies of emerging market business groups: Emprical evidence from India. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Friday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Xianjia Ye (GEM). Title: Industrial structural change and labour upgrading when production is internationally fragmented. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Friday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Yang Jiang (EEF). Title: Asymmetric information and mandatory social annuitization. Time: 10.15 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Friday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Manolis Michelakakis (GEM). Title: Altruistic punishment vs. altruistic compensation in case of injustice: What is the role of empathy? Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Friday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Andreas Katsikidis (GEM). Title: A study on the role of social trust and the welfare state in equalization of incomes. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Friday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Chao Wang (EEF). Title: International portfolio diversification using parametric portfolio policies. Time: 15.15 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Wednesday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation Sebastian Sadowski (MARK). Title: Consumer co-creation in cause-related marketing campaigns: The moderating role of brand familiarity, self-construal and product involvement. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Wednesday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Ye Ma (EEF) Title: The state civilian granary system and the rice market in 18th–19th Century China. Time: 10.15 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Wednesday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Kristiana Rozite (EEF). Title: Trading behavior of the Dutch Insurance companies in view of sovereign downgrades. Time: 14.45 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Wednesday 4 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Xin Wang (GEM). Title: Analysis of Chinese industry environmental kuznets curve: A spatial panel data model. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Monday 19 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Bert Kramer (EEF). Title: The Dutch Crimea of 1853-1856. Russian borrowing during the Crimean War. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Friday 16 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Johana Cardona Hernandez (MARK). Title: Client value on the presence of credit risk: A dynamic method to coordinate customer life time value and credit risk management decisions. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Tuesday 16 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Nonhlanhla Dube (OPERA). Title: The role of host governments in humanitarian logistics: Impact on international NGO performance in complex emergencies. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Wednesday 10 July
RM Thesis presentation: Rieneke Koole. Title: To zap or not to zap: That is not always the question. Zapping and brand exposure as determinants of brand recall. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 4 July
RM Thesis presentation: Juan Perilla Jiminez. Title: Technology gaps, do they explain growth differences across-countries? Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Wednesday 12 June
RM Thesis presentation: Jacoba Oedzes. Title: tba. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Monday 3 June
RM Thesis Presentation: Monique Bakker. Title: The relationship between the planning of specialist-time and patient flow: A supply chain perspective. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Wednesday 10 April
Seminar Groningen Center for Social Complexity Studies: Bruce Edmonds (Centre for Policy Modelling, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School). Title: The scandal of generic models in the social sciences. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0128

Monday 21 January
SOM Seminar: Zusanna Sasovova (VU Amsterdam). Title: Attitude alignment or dissent? Moderating effects of self-monitoring in social influence? Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Monday 14 January
SOM Seminar: Raquel Ortega-Argilés. Title: The transatlantic productivity gap: Is R&D the main culprit? Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

2012

Thursday 11 October
SOM Seminar: John T. Sweeney (Director of Accounting & Information Systems, School of Business, University of Kansas) and Ikseon Suh (PhD, CPA, University of Kansas). Title: The influence of input information and preparer contextual performance on reviewers' judgment of workpaper quality. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0108

Monday 10 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Cenkhan Sahin. Title: The Macroeconomic Effects of Mortgage Interest Deduction. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Monday 10 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Stefania Farace. Title: Social comparison in customization: The effects of appearance self-esteem and perceived similarity on the relationship between customization types and consumer product evaluations. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Victoria Euse. Title: Determinants of urban self-employment in Chinese cities. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0236

Thursday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Suthinee Supanantaroek. Title: Endogenous preference: The effect of financial education on preferences. Time: 11.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0222

Thursday 6 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Silviu Tierean. Title: Do people empowered with material resources become less generous? The role of  focus on self vs. others,  materialism and interdependence. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0222

Thursday 6 September
RM THesis Presentation Juan Castillo. Title: Evolution of Domestic Value Added and of Productive linkages in the Mexican Maquiladora Industry: 1988-2006. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0222

Monday 3 September
RM Thesis Presentation: Arjan Kieneker. Title: Fighting Hunger and Death with Financial Services: A study on the relationship between health, and malnutrition, and financial services. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Friday 3 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Renato Vargas. Title: Economies to die for: Impacts to human health embodied in production and trade. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0017 (Ski-bril)

Friday 3 August
RM Thesis Presentation: Rasmus Wiese. Title: Detection of privatisations and nationalisations in quasi-public good sectors. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0017 (Ski-bril)


Friday 20 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Anne de Jong. Title: Insuring the poor - A combined micro health insurance feasibility and demand study for rural Nepal. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Tuesday 10 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Dobrinka Stancheva. Title: Compulsive buying, reward sensitivity, and impulsivity: An fMRI Study. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5433.0119

Friday 6 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Anton Nanninga. Title: The quest for the natural resource curse continues: Natural resources, civil conflict, and the role of institutions. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Wednesday 27 June
Energy Academy - SOM Seminar: Bassam Fattouh (Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and University of London). Title: Speculation and oil prices. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039. If you would like to attend this seminar, please send an email to Astrid Beerta (A.Beerta rug.nl)

Thursday 14 June
Spatial Science Research Seminar: Florian Noseleit. Title: Indirect employment effects of new business formation across regions: The role of local market conditions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Tuesday 12 June
Spatial Science Research Seminar: Dario Musolino. Title: Stated preferences of entrepreneurs in Italy. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0111

Tuesday 29 May
RM Thesis Presentation: Luminita Stoica. Title: Brand attitudes and the brand attitudinal tool: Using implicit and explicit brand attitudes to assess preferences and choices. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0111

Friday 27 January
GCSCS Seminar: Piter Dykstra. Title: Dialogue games for the simulation of social- and opinion-dynamics. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0125

Tuesday 6 December
RM Thesis Presentation: Laura Giurge. Title: The personal power paradox: Freedom and threat as opposing mechanisms linking personal power with stress. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Thursday 17 November
RM Thesis Presentation: Gerlach van der Heide. Title: Emergency transshipment and rebalancing policies in a library system. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0120

Thursday 3 November
SOM Seminar: Rafael Gonzalez. Title: Simulating ICT-supported coordination in crisis response. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Tuesday 6 September
RM Thesis presentations:
Tim Vriend (HRM&OB). Title: And (procedural) justice for all? A coping approach to organizational justice’s indirect relationship with withdrawal. Time: 10.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Cor Schoonbeek (EEF). Title: Detecting cartels using economic analysis. Time: 12.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Christiaan Burggraaff (GEM). Title: The effects and determinants of economic diversity and how it relates to competition and employment protection legislation. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Solmaria Halleck (GEM). Title: Spatial spillovers in regional labor markets: Does your neighbor affect your job prospects? Time: 15.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Yifei Li (GEM). Title: The effect of merger and acquisition on bank performance: Case of EU (15) countries, 2002-2008. Time: 16.30 hrs. Room: 5419.0124

RM Thesis Presentation: Anne de Jong. Title: Insuring the poor - A combined micro health insurance feasibility and demand study for rural Nepal. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Wednesday 27 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Evert de Haan. Title: Online search behavior as a predictor for a motion picture's success: The time-dependent effect of online information search and valence of word-of-mouth on box office revenue. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0119

Monday 18 July
RM Thesis Presentation: Zhida Xu. Title: Call for attention on the unsuccessful cases of low cost country sourcing in a changing global environment: A structured literature review. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0128

Thursday 23 June
RM Thesis Presentation: Andra Buca. Title: The impact of psychic distance on subsidiary autonomy - Theory and evidence from25 European countries. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

RM Thesis Presentation: Evert de Haan. Title: Online search behavior as a predictor for a motion picture's success: The time-dependent effect of online information search and valence of word-of-mouth on box office revenue. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0119RM Thesis Presentation: Zhida Xu. Title: Call for attention on the unsuccessful cases of low cost country sourcing in a changing global environment: A structured literature review. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0128RM Thesis Presentation: Andra Buca. Title: The impact of psychic distance on subsidiary autonomy - Theory and evidence from25 European countries. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035
Thursday 23 June
RM Thesis Presentation: Valentin Dragusin. Title: A cross-national study of firm level determinants of corruption. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Tuesday 31 May
RM Thesis Presentation: Ramzi Said. Title: When leader-member exchange (LMX) matters to subordinate creativity: The role of leadership regulatory focus. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Friday 13 May
SOM Seminar: G. Wagner (Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus). Title: A short introduction to the ER/AOR simulation framework. Time: 09.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Friday 8 April
Groningen Center for Social Complexity Studies Seminar: Roman Seidl (ETH). Title: Opinion dynamics related to radio active waste repositories. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 7 April
RM Thesis Presentation: Verena Girschik. Title: Humanitarian aid and violence: When can NGOs build institutions for peace? Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0244

Thursday 31 March
SOM Seminar: Alexander Verbraeck (Delft University of Technology). Title: Service-orientated modeling and simulation: Applications in traffic management. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 24 February
SOM Seminar: Joop Halman (University of Twente). Title: tba. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 24 February
SOM Seminar: Klaus Dieter Thoben (Bremen University). Title: tba. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 24 February
SOM Seminar: Aarnout Brombacher (TU Eindhoven). Title; tba. Time: 14.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 13 January
SOM/OPERA Seminar: Gudela Grote (ETH Zürich). Title: Collaborative planning in different work domains - a psychological approach. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0128

Thursday 13 January
SOM/OPERA Seminar: Jan Fransoo (TUe). Title: Using archical data to infer human behavior in planning. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0128

2010

Thursday 17 June
SOM Seminar: Joyce Rupert (Leiden University). Title: When subgroups divide the team: About diversity faultlines and team learning. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Monday 14 June
SOM Seminar: Maurizio Zollo (University of Bocconi). Title: What explains M&A performance? Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Wednesday 9 June
SOM Seminar: Loet Leydesdorff (ASCoR/UvA). Title: The knowledge-based economy and the triple helix model. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 3 June
SOM Seminar: Pim Chantapun (ANU). Title: Portfolio rebalancing: A factor model of commodity currencies. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Thursday 3 June
SOM Seminar: Mark Mink. Title: Bank distress during the credit crisis: Contagion or common shocks? Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Wednesday 2 June
SOM Seminar: Koen Heimeriks (Rotterdam School of Management). Cancelled

Tuesday 1 June
SOM Seminar: Sergev Osadchiy (Rotterdam School of Management). Title: Explaining bureaucratic rule change: The role of problem absorption. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Friday 28 May
SOM Seminar: Leon Schjoedt (University of Central Florida, Orlando Florida). Title: Entrepreneurial job crafting: A comparison of novice and repeat entrepreneurs work characteristics and stress. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Tuesday 25 May
SOM Seminar: Florian Noseleit (Friedrich Schiller University Jena). Title: Start-ups, long- and short-term survivors and their effect on regional employment growth. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Wednesday 19 May
SOM Seminar: Stefan Kesting (University of Auckland). Title: Political aspects of innovation in the New Zealand dairy industry. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Friday 23 April
RM Thesis Presentation: Auke Meijer. Title: Cultural effects on the behavior of auditors - A multilevel structural equation model. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Thursday 22 April
SOM Seminar: Haibo Zhou (EUR). Title: What turns knowledge into innovative products? The role of entrepreneurship and knowledge spillovers. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Wednesday 21 April
SOM Seminar: Wim Naudé (United Nations University). Title: Entrepreneurship and human development. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Wednesday 14 April
SOM Seminar: Justin Jansen (RSM). Title: Ambidexterity and performance in multi-unit contexts:
Cross-level moderating effects of structural and resource attributes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 1 April
RM Thesis Presentation: Teun Brinkman. Title: Sectoral comovement after a monetary shock: A DSGE approach. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Wednesday 24 March
SOM Seminar: Michael Hitt (Texas A&M University). Title: International strategies and
outcomes: Effects of the institutional environment. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Wednesday 17 March
SOM Seminar: Eran Binenbaum (University of Adelaide). Title: International collective action in agricultural R&D. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 10 March
SOM Seminar: Maya Fiolet (VU Amsterdam). Title: Entrepreneurship in the non-profit sector: Blurring boundaries to create social value. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 3 March
SOM Seminar: Hugo van Driel (Rotterdam School of Management). title: Institutional experimentation and its outcomes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 24 February
SOM Seminar: André Stel (UvA). Title: The more business owners the merrier? The role of teriary education. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Tuesday 9 February
RM Thesis Presentation: Pauline Elema. Title: Factors affecting online banner effectiveness: An empirical study. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Wednesday 20 January
SOM Seminar: David Langley. Title: Innovation Management at TNO. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 17 December
GCSCS Seminar: Marco Janssen (Arizona State University). Title: Dynamics of rules and resources. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Wednesday 2 December
SOM Seminar: Serge Rijsdijk (ERIM). Title: Knowledge tacitness and the effects of formal and informal control mechanisms on NPD project outcomes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 21 October
SOM Seminar: Wolfgang Sofka (Tilburg University). Title: Searching for innovation in market and transition economies: Evidence across Europe. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 3 september
RM Thesis presentation: Le Van Ha. Title: An empirical reconciliation of the knowledge-capital model. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 3 September
RM Thesis presentation: Vu Thi Hong Nhung. Title: Financial liberalization, political regime instability and bank efficiency. Time: 15.15 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Wednesday 2 September
RM Thesis presentation: Secil Danakol. Title: Baumol-like entrepreneurship: An empirical assessment and extension. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Tuesday 1 September
RM Thesis presentation: Eelco Zandberg. Title: Financial reform: An empirical assessment of its determinants. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Monday 31 August
RM Thesis presentation: Yvonne van Rossenberg. Title: When boundary spanners hamper innovation: How value diversity influences boundary spanners to experience threat emotions, and leads them to prevention focused strategies. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 27 August
RM Thesis presentation: Frederik Situmeang. Title: The strategic perspective on open innovation in the gaming industry. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 27 August
RM Thesis presentation: Torben Rathmann. Title: Analyzing the different effects of Greenfield FDI, M&A FDI and privatization to international investors on economic growth: an empirical assessment. Time: 14.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Tuesday 25 August
RM Thesis presentation: Sander Zwanenburg. Title: Reusing ontologies in data warehousing. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Monday 24 August
RM Thesis presentation: Thomas Mosk. Title: Joint liability lending and moneylender competition in
developing credit markets. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Monday 24 August
RM Thesis presentation: Jochen Reiner. Title: Assessing differences in marketing department influence across countries - How much do firm characteristics matter? Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Monday 29 June
SOM Seminar: Hans van der Bij (Technical University Eindhoven). Title: Three research programs in product innovation management: An example of an uncertainty management paper. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Wednesday 24 June
SOM Seminar: Lorraine Uhlaner (Nyenrode). Title: The role of owners in building social capital: Collective action as key to entrepreneurship. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Wednesday 24 June
SOM Seminar: Kayhan Tajeddini (Les Roches International School of Hotel Management, Switzerland). Title: Perceptions of innovativeness among Swiss watch managers. Time: 14.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 25 June
SOM Seminar: Lukasz Mamica (University of Cracow). Title: The regional innovation system for an emerging IT cluster in Cracow. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Thursday 11 June
SOM Seminar: Ulrich Lichtenthaler (WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management). Title: Absorptive capacity, environmental turbulence, and the complementarity of organizational learning processes. Time: 14.15 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 4 June
SOM Seminar: P. Faria (Technical University of Lisbon). Title: Formal and strategic knowledge protection strategies of multinational firms - A cross country comparison. Time: 15.15 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Tuesday 21 April
RM Thesis presentation: Floris Zoutman. Title: Deal or no deal: Estimating utility functions with simulation techniques. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Wednesday 8 April
SOM Seminar: Sergey Filippov (UNU-MERIT ). Title: Development of competences in MNC subsidiaries of new EU member states. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Thursday 26 March
SOM Seminar: J. Wilson (University of Nottingham). Cancelled.

Tuesday 17 March
SOM Seminar: Jared B. Fotis (Utrecht School of Economics). Title: Efficiency effects of bank mergers: The US merger waves from 1984 to 2004. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Wednesday 11 March
SOM Seminar: Utz Weitzel. Title: How much do they care? Entrepreneurial talent and other-regarding behavior. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Wednesday 4 March
SOM Seminar: Alfonso Valdesogo Robles (Universite Catholique de Louvain). Title: A canonical vine autoregressive model for large dimensions. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Monday 2 March
SOM Seminar: Eran Rubin (Saunder School of Business, University of British Columbia). Title: The impact of business intelligence systems on stock return volatility. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Monday 16 February
SOM Seminar: Rick van Baaren (Radboud University Nijmegen). Title: Resistance in advertising and social influence. Time: 15.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

SOM Seminar: Koen Heimeriks (Rotterdam School of Management). CancelledSOM Seminar: Sergev Osadchiy (Rotterdam School of Management). Title: SOM Seminar: Leon Schjoedt (University of Central Florida, Orlando Florida). Title: Entrepreneurial job crafting: A comparison of novice and repeat entrepreneurs work characteristics and stress. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0040SOM Seminar: Florian Noseleit (Friedrich Schiller University Jena). Title: Start-ups, long- and short-term survivors and their effect on regional employment growth. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128SOM Seminar: Stefan Kesting (University of Auckland). Title: RM Thesis Presentation: Auke Meijer. Title: Cultural effects on the behavior of auditors - A multilevel structural equation model. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0011SOM Seminar: Haibo Zhou (EUR). Title: What turns knowledge into innovative products? The role of entrepreneurship and knowledge spillovers. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028SOM Seminar: Wim Naudé (United Nations University). Title: Entrepreneurship and human development. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028SOM Seminar: Justin Jansen (RSM). Title: Ambidexterity and performance in multi-unit contexts:Cross-level moderating effects of structural and resource attributes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401RM Thesis Presentation: Teun Brinkman. Title: Sectoral comovement after a monetary shock: A DSGE approach. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0011SOM Seminar: Michael Hitt (Texas A&M University). Title: International strategies andoutcomes: Effects of the institutional environment. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003SOM Seminar: Eran Binenbaum (University of Adelaide). Title: International collective action in agricultural R&D. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401SOM Seminar: Maya Fiolet (VU Amsterdam). Title: Entrepreneurship in the non-profit sector: Blurring boundaries to create social value. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401 SOM Seminar: Hugo van Driel (Rotterdam School of Management). title: Institutional experimentation and its outcomes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401SOM Seminar: André Stel (UvA). Title: The more business owners the merrier? The role of teriary education. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401RM Thesis Presentation: Pauline Elema. Title: Factors affecting online banner effectiveness: An empirical study. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0101SOM Seminar: David Langley. Title: Innovation Management at TNO. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401GCSCS Seminar: Marco Janssen (Arizona State University). Title: Dynamics of rules and resources. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

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