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Impact and Faculty Focus Archive: Volume 17

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Volume 17, Number 12 | December 2011

A left shoe and a right shoe
Brian Richter's research shows that corporate social responsibility and political lobbying each work best when used together

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Anne Snowdon on strengthening health systems through innovation

Volume 17, Number 11 | November 2011

Assessing stewardship
Darren Henderson finds that fair value accounting provides useful information on managers' stewardship. But it doesn't tell the whole story

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David Simpson on the benefits and challenges of family businesses

Volume 17, Number 10 | October 2011

Strong Assumptions
Neil Bendle's research explores the assumptions that drive marketing strategy

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Rob Klassen on environmentally and socially responsible supply chain management

Volume 17, Number 9 | September 2011

A nest egg that lasts
Economists are puzzled that retirees seldom buy annuities. The research of Alessandro Previtero helps explain why.

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Pat MacDonald on learning from the enemy

Volume 17, Number 8 | August 2011

The big squeeze
Yoon Hee Kim investigates what powerful customers want from their suppliers

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UPDATE: Interview with Ken Hardy on learning from leaders

Volume 17, Number 7 | July 2011

Stretching the Frame
Oana Branzei finds that cross sector partnerships in health care can be a powerful source of value creation

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Dianne Cunningham dives into Canadian water

Volume 17, Number 6 | June 2011

Negotiating with "CQ"
Lynn Imai's research examines the abilities that managers need to negotiate effectively across cultures

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Guy Holburn looks at obstacles to renewable energy

Volume 17, Number 5 | May 2011

What your genes say
Greg Zaric's research analyses the cost-effectiveness of genetic testing in health care

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David Sparling looks at innovative approaches to food processing

Volume 17, Number 4 | April 2011

The dark side of advertising
Advertisers assume that smokers can't resist cigarette ads and non-smokers can. Dante Pirouz shows that the reality is much more complicated.

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Michael Sider discusses how creativity impacts leadership

Volume 17, Number 3 | March 2011

More than a handshake deal
Dina Ribbink's research shows that written contracts expand when cultural distance widens

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Tima Bansal and James Larsen discuss Ivey's pioneering sustainability initiatives

Volume 17, Number 2 | February 2011

Co-creating value
Firms from emerging markets are becoming more innovative and mature. Ning Su's research explores the changing face of global outsourcing.

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Stewart Thornhill shares advice for achieving the entrepreneurial dream

Volume 17, Number 1 | January 2011

Part of the solution
Mike Valente finds that firms in the developing world are well positioned to come up with creative ways to be sustainable

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Ken Hardy on learning from leaders