讲座题目：Boeing 737 Max aviation disasters and market value of firms: An empirical analysis of the global aviation ecosystem
主 讲 人：谢应基（YING KEI TSE）
谢应基（YING KEI TSE）教授为英国Cardiff University（卡迪夫大学）商学院教授，主要研究领域为供应链韧性与危机管理、供应链治理与风险管理，可持续供应链与运营管理。谢教授迄今已在国际重要的学术期刊上发表论文逾50篇。其中大多数论文位列于ABS（The Association of Business School，简称ABS，英国商学院协会）3-4星级期刊中。此外，鉴于其在所研究领域的影响力，谢教授还应邀担任一些国际重要学术期刊的客座主编。
The study aims to investigate the economic effects on multi-tier supply chain partners and broader business entities, specifically examining the aviation supply chain and ecosystem during crises. The study centres around two Boeing 737 Max aviation crashes, utilising a short-term event study methodology to empirically estimate stock market reactions associated with these aviation disasters. Interestingly, the results reveal significant reactions from supply chain partners and other business entities to the Lion Air disaster, alongside Boeing and Airbus. However, the Ethiopian Airlines crash had significantly more pronounced negative impacts on Boeing's supply chain and the overall aviation ecosystem compared to the Lion Air incident. By documenting the financial outcomes of these crises, the research aims to motivate aviation regulators and industry groups with the necessary resources and capabilities to be more sensitive to risks.