FEW in association with UWA are pleased to invite you to a networking event for female researchers in accounting and finance hosted by the F.E.W. Group (as part of FIRN, the Financial Research Network) and The University of Western Australia.
Date: Wednesday, 7th December 2016
Time: 3pm to 4.30pm followed by networking drinks
Venue: BUSN G42 UWA Business School
A panel of experienced female researchers will talk to you about their career paths, publishing tips, networking advice and their perspective on being a female researcher. Panel members: Professor Ellie Chapple (QUT), Professor Izan (UWA) and Professor Ana Marques (Nova School of Business and Economics)
The invitation is extended to researcher academics and PhD students. RSVPs are essential and places are limited.
CLICK HERE TO RSVP. Registrations close on Monday 1st December 2016.
FIRN acknowledges the under representation of female academics in finance and has committed significant resources to support its members in addressing this issue. The F.E.W. initiative (Financial Economic Women) is a portfolio aimed at networking support, skills development and providing a collective voice for academic women in finance.
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The Negotiating for Women workshop presented by Tyler Okimoto papers are available for download below:
Presentation slides by Okimoto – Negotiation for Women for FEW-UQBelles workshop June 2016
Paper by Harvard Business Review (2003) – Nice-Girls-Dont-Ask
Report by Harvard Law School (2014) – Negotiation Strategies Women-Free Report
Paper by Thomas and Kilman – Negotiation Styles – When To Use Which Style
Paper by Moss and Racusinetal (2014) – Scientific Diversity Interventions
Paper by Workplace Gender Equality Agency (2013) – Negotiation – How it works for women and why it matters
The transcript from a “Conversation with…“ Michelle Lowry, Professor of Finance, Pennsylvania State University – is available here for download.