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Cameron McAlpine


Organizational Behaviour


  • Fernando Olivera

Cameron is a PhD candidate in the Organizational Behaviour group. He joined the PhD program after a fulfilling career in communications and advocacy, during which he worked with organizations in the healthcare, telecommunications, and not-for-profit sectors. Living and working in Washington, D.C. gave Cameron a keen interest in politics, and a desire to dig into the dynamics of power and political action within and between organizations. His research focuses on the political processes through which organizations negotiate rules and status hierarchies at the institutional level of analysis.


  • M.A., Georgetown University, 2006
  • M.A., Western University, 2004
  • Hons. B.A., Western University, 2003

Research Interests

  • Power and politics
  • Institutional politics
  • Organizational candour
  • Creativity and innovation

Awards and Honours

  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship
  • Brock Scholarship
  • John F. Rankin Doctoral Scholarship
  • David H. Swankie Jr. Award in History
  • Joseph Henry Marshall Prize


  • Organization Science Winter Conference

Academic Experience

  • Sessional Professor, Durham College, School of Justice
  • Sessional Professor, Sheridan College, School of Community Studies


(anticipated completion 2023)

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