Research Update: Ivan Belik's Visit to Canadian Universities

van Belik presenting at Smith School of Business.
Ivan Belik presenting at Smith School of Business.

31 August 2023 09:28

Research Update: Ivan Belik's Visit to Canadian Universities

In the spring and summer of 2023, Ivan Belik embarked on an enriching research visit to Canada, representing both NHH and the DIG Center. This visit proved to be a remarkable opportunity for collaboration, knowledge exchange, and expanding our network within the international research community.

Ivan's activities encompassed a wide range of academic interactions, including participation in conferences, research meetings with esteemed colleagues, and discussions with potential collaborators.

His presence served as a bridge between NHH and the DIG Center and these prestigious Canadian universities, fostering valuable connections and paving the way for potential joint ventures.  

One of the highlights of Ivan's visit was his role as an invited speaker at the Smith School of Business. During this engaging session, he presented one of the DIG research projects, sharing insights and findings that exemplify the caliber of research conducted here at NHH. 

Ivan's visit emphasized the collaborative spirit that underpins the DIG Center's approach to research on an international platform.

As we continue to expand our horizons and engage in meaningful academic exchanges, we eagerly anticipate the opportunities that such visits bring, fostering collaborations and contributing to the advancement of knowledge in our DIG Center. 

During his stay, Ivan Belik had the privilege of engaging with top Canadian universities renowned for their contributions to business and economics research. Notable institutions included

  • the Schulich School of Business at York University
  • the Smith School of Business at Queen's University
  • the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University
  • HEC Montréal at the Université de Montréal
  • the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto

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