February 26, 2018
Bemgal, S.J. (PhD Candidate), Haggerty, N., Developing Imbrications: A new lens for understanding project management practice, 2017, Americas Conference on Information Systems Proceedings, August.
Joshi, M.P. (PhD Candidate), Rahrovani, Y., Organizational Support for Innovative Use of IT: A Slack Resources Perspective, 2017, Americas Conference on Information Systems Proceedings, August.
Kashef, R.F., Ensemble-based Anomaly Detection Using Cooperative Agreement, 2017, Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Proceedings.
Kashef, R.F., Ensemble-Based Anomaly Detection Using Cooperative Learning, 2017, Proceedings of Machine Learning Research, August, 71: 43-55.
Martin, J., Haggerty, N., The Project Charter as Sense Making Device, 2017, Americas Conference on Information Systems Proceedings, August.
Memar Zadeh, M, Haggerty, N., Achieving Operational Integrity: A Case Study of a Long-Term Care Facility, 2017, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference Proceedings, May.
Peng, G., Beamish, P.W., Age Dependence in MNC Subsidiary Mortality: The Inverted S-Curve Hypothesis, 2017, AIBSEAR Conference Proceedings, December.
Rahrovani, Y., Pinsonneault, A., Expertise Diversity, Knowledge Integration, and Team Innovation, 2017, International Conference on Information Systems Proceedings, December.
Shafiq, A., Johnson, P.F., Klassen, R.D., Supplier Social Engagement and Performance in Supply Chains: An Exploratory Study, 2017, Academy of Management Conference Proceedings, June, p. 1651.
Stallkamp, M. (PhD Candidate), Schotter, A., The effect of the subnational environment on the longevity of international joint ventures, 2017, Academy of International Business Conference Proceedings, July.
Shafiq, A., Johnson, P.F., Klassen, R.D., Building Supplier Social Sustainability: Linking Engagement to Performance, 2017, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management Conference, June.
White, R.E., Neufeld, D.J., Roghanizad, M., Media naturalness and the ability to predict generosity in a give-some – get-some interaction, 2017, Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Sciences Proceedings, January.
New International Research Networks Award
The New International Research Networks (NIRN) award is supported by the Office of the Vice-President (Research) and aims to promote new collaborations between researchers from Western and their international colleagues. The NIRN award provides eligible Western researchers with an opportunity to facilitate new international research collaborations. The funding is intended to address the logistical costs incurred during the initial process of setting up a collaborative research project such as travel, communications costs, and/or small scale exploratory research. NIRN awards are adjudicated internally through a merit review process.
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