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Update: 2017-10

March 13, 2017

Published Refereed Articles

Bendle, N.T., Bagga, C., 2017, The Confusion About CLV In Case-Based Teaching Materials, Marketing Education Review, Spring, 27 (1): 27-38.

Bendle, N.T., Thomson, M., 2016, Indirect Prejudice: The Danger in Considering Others’ Preferences during a Primary Election, Journal of Customer Behaviour, Autumn, 15 (3): 239-259.

Cerasuolo, J.O., Cipriano, L.E., Sposato, L.A., 2017, The Complexity of Atrial Fibrillation Newly Diagnosed after Ischemic Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack: Advances and Uncertainties, Current Opinion in Neurology, February, 30(1): 28 - 37.

Chakravarty, D. (PhD Candidate), Hsieh, Y. (PhD Candidate), Schotter, A., Beamish, P.W., 2017, Multinational Enterprise Regional Management Centres: Characteristics and Performance, Journal of World Business, February, 52 (2): 296-311.

Foerster, S.R., Tsagarelis, J., Wang, G., 2017, Are Cash Flows Better Stock Return Predictors Than Profits?, Financial Analysts Journal, February, 73 (1): 73-99.

Getachew, Y. (PhD Candidate), Beamish, P.W., 2017, Foreign Subsidiary Exit from Africa: The Effects of Investment Purpose Diversity and Orientation, Global Strategy Journal, February, 7 (1): 58-82.

Schaufele, B., 2016, Taxes, Volatility and Resources in Canadian Provinces, Canadian Public Policy, December, 42 (4): 469-481.

Wang, S., Vergne, J-P., 2017, Buzz Factor or Innovation Potential: What Explains Cryptocurrencies’ Returns?, PLoS One, January, 12 (1).

Yassine, A., Naoum-Sawaya, J., 2017, Architecture, Performance, and Investment in Product Development Networks, Journal of Mechanical Design, October, 139 (1).

Funding Opportunities

CIFAR Research Workshops

CIFAR (Canadian Institute for Advanced Research) has launched a new opportunity to explore key questions of global importance that can best be addressed through interdisciplinary, international teams. CIFAR invites the global research community to submit proposals for workshops that are centred on complex, fundamental questions of importance to the world. CIFAR will provide up to $50,000CAD to support short-term, time-limited interactions between 10-20 participants. At least one researcher must be based in Canada. Other participants are expected to be geographically diverse.

Open Call
The open call is now accepting workshop proposals from any field of humanities, engineering, social, natural, or biomedical sciences that address critical questions of global importance. Open call workshop proposals will be accepted and assessed on a rolling basis. Please visit the workshop website for more information about the open call, including proposal requirements, evaluation criteria and more.

Target Areas
CIFAR will be launching targeted calls in the areas of Child Well-being, Quantum Science, Brain/Artificial Intelligence, and the Future of Energy. Proposals submitted under these themes will be assessed based on a predetermined timeline; there will not be rolling submissions. Child Well-being will be the first target area, with an anticipated launch in early March. Please continue to visit the workshop website for more information about the target areas.

Amount: $50,000 max


Western: Antoinette Martin, ext. 84620


Note: ROLA form required for both the Open Call and Target Areas.

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