2019-33, September 16, 2019
Alison Konrad's article, “Denial of racism and the Trump presidency” published in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 37 (1), 2018 has received the honour of Highly Commended in the 2019 Emerald Literati Awards. Articles are put through a rigorous review process and selected by the journal’s editorial team as one of the top articles published in the previous year. As an Award recipient, the article is now open access and available to the public for a full six months. This is another great nod to the quality of our Ivey researchers. Congratulations Alison!
Conference Presentations and Speeches
Athanassakos, G., (July, 2019), The three faces of value investing, Annual Meeting of the Multinational Finance Society, Jerusalem, Israel.
Athanassakos, G., (July, 2019), Value Investing, Value Investing Professionals Group, Vienna, Austria. Invited speaker
Athanassakos, G., (May, 2019), Stock-picking skills do, in fact, exist, 8th Symposium on Intelligent Investing, Toronto, ON.
Dorobantu, S., Meyer, K.E., Rajwani, T., Sun, P., (June, 2019), MNE Nonmarket Strategy in Turbulent Times: Enhancing Competitiveness and Sustainability through CPA and CSR, Academy of International Business Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. Panelist
Gualandris, J., (July, 2019), All for one, one for all! The impact of supply chain structure on collective disclosure, Erasmus University – School of Management, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Invited speaker
Gualandris, J., (May, 2019), Collective ESG disclosure in supply chains, POMS Conference, Washington, DC. Session on ’supply chain sustainability’ Invited speaker
Gualandris, J., (March, 2019), Circular Economy Experts Roundtable, Environment and Climate Change Canada – Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON. Roundtable with federal policy-makers and the Smart Prosperity Institute (SPI) to discuss research priorities for the circular economy in Canada. Participant
Maurer, C.C., Miner, A., Crossan, M., (August, 2019), Managing Evolutionary Change Processes in Organizations, Oxford Handbook on Organizational Change and Innovation, Boston College, Boston, MA. Authors' workshop
Meyer, K.E., (June, 2019), Anti-Globalization, 4th Emerging Markets Inspiration Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. Keynote speaker
Meyer, K.E., (June, 2019), Multinational enterprises (MNEs) from emerging economies: What is really different about them to justify special consideration in business research?, 4th Emerging Markets Inspiration Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. Keynote speaker
Meyer, K.E., (June, 2019), Developing Theoretical Perspectives on Management in Emerging Markets, Academy of International Business Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. Chair
Meyer, K.E., Li, C. (PhD Candidate), (June, 2019), Formal and Informal Institutions: What Matters to Resource Constraints in Emerging Markets?, Academy of International Business Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. Institutions in Emerging Markets
Su, N., (June, 2019), Cultural Sensemaking in Digital Outsourcing, 5th International Conference on the Outsourcing of Information Services, Mannheim, Germany. Invited speaker
Western Strategic Support for Tri-Council Success
This program, Western Strategic Support for Tri-Council Success Program, is designed to offer internal funding opportunities to faculty seeking Tri-Council funds within the next two years. If successful, applicants are expected to be able to apply with a competitive application to either CHIR, NSERC or SSHRC within two years of receiving funding. While there are three different types of grants (Seed, Open, and Accelerator), some are mutually funded by the Office of the VPR and require matching funds from the individual faculties. Please let Shelley and Kathy know if you intend to apply, and we can assist with the process.
|Ivey – October 25 (full draft for review)
RDS: November 8
|Deadlines:||Ivey – October 25 (full draft for review)
RDS: November 8
For Ivey deadlines, contact Research Office
RD&S Contact: Elizabeth Russell-Minda