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Update: 2018-14

April 16, 2018

Forthcoming Refereed Articles

Cheikh-Ammar, M., 2018, The IT artifact and its spirit: a nexus of human values, affordances, symbolic expressions, and IT features, European Journal of Information Systems.

Habbous, S., Arnold, J., Begen, M.A., Boudville, N., Cooper, M., Dipchand, C., et al., 2018, Duration of Living Kidney Transplant Donor Evaluations: Findings From 2 Multi-center Cohort Studies, American Journal of Kidney Diseases.

Habbous,, S., McArthur, E., Sarma, S., Begen, M.A., Lam, N., Manns, B., et al., 2018, Potential implications of a more timely living kidney donor evaluation, American Journal of Transplantation.

Jiang, F.J., Holburn, G.L.F., Beamish, P.W., 2018, Repeat Market Entries in the Internationalization Process: The Impact of Investment Motives and Corporate Capabilities, Global Strategy Journal.

Jiang, W., Li, F., Liu, X., Wu, J., Yang, C., 2018, Clustering of Financial Instruments Using Jump Tail Dependence Coefficient, Statistical Methods & Applications.

Li, F., Dang, C.D., 2018, Drivers of Research Impact: Evidence from the Top Three Finance Journals, Accounting and Finance.

Ortiz-de-Mandojana, N., Bansal, P., Aragon-Correa, J. A., 2018, Older and Wiser: How Ceos’ Time Perspective Influences Long-Term Investments in Environmentally Responsible Technologies, British Journal of Management.

Paquet, M., Cerasuolo, J.O., Thorburn, V., Fridman, S., Alsubaie, R., Lopes, R.D., Cipriano, L.E., et al., 2018, Pathophysiology and Risk of Atrial Fibrillation Detected after Ischemic Stroke (PARADISE): A Translational, Integrated, and Transdisciplinary Approach, Journal of Stroke & Cerebrovascular Diseases.

Raz, G., Souza, G., 2018, Recycling as a Strategic Supply Source, Production and Operations Management.

Saranga, H., Schotter, A., Mudambi, R., 2018, The Helix Effect: Catch-up and local-foreign co-evolution in the Indian and Chinese automotive industries, International Business Review.

Funding Opportunities

Western Strategic Support for NSERC Success—Bridge Grants

Jointly supported by the office of the Vice-President (Research) and the researcher's Faculty, the Western Strategic Support for NSERC Success Bridge Grant is targeted to established researchers who have been recently funded by NSERC, but no longer hold NSERC funding. In order to be eligible to apply for this opportunity, researchers must have been unsuccessful in a recent external NSERC competition (e.g, Discovery, Fall 2017 intake). The purpose of this competitive funding is to address specific critiques in the most recent grant submission and increase the likelihood of success for a future application.

Grant Amount:  $25,000 max.
Deadline:  Ivey: April 24, 2018
RDS: May 1, 2018
A ROLA proposal submission is required for this opportunity.
Contact:  Research Western Internal Grants, ext: x88701

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