September 24, 2018
Published Refereed Articles
Beamish, P.W., 2018, The 39 Country Initiative and Africa, Africa Journal of Management, 4 (1): 111-123.
Branzei, O., Frooman, J., McKnight, B., Zietsma, C., 2018, What Good Does Doing Good do? The Effect of Bond Rating Analysts’ Corporate Bias on Investor Reactions to Changes in Social Responsibility, Journal of Business Ethics, March, 148 (1): 183-203.
Byrne, A., Crossan, M.M., Seijts, G.H., 2018, The Development of Leader Character Through Crucible Moments, Journal of Management Education, 42 (2): 265-293.
Coulter, B. (Adjunct), Shapiro, J., Zimmerman, P., 2018, A Mechanism for LIBOR, Review of Finance, 22 (2): 491-520.
Koerber, R., Rouse, M.J., Stanyar, K., Pelletier, M., 2018, Building Resilience in the Workforce, Organizational Dynamics, April-June, 47 (2): 124-134.
Maslach, D., Branzei, O., Rerup, C., Zbaracki, M., 2018, Noise as signal in learning from rare events, Organization Science, March-April, 29 (2): 225-246.
Mostafa, R., Klepper, S., 2018, Industrial Development through Tacit Knowledge Seeding: Evidence from the Bangladesh Garment Industry, Management Science, February, 64 (2): 613-632.
Paquet, M., Cerasuolo, J.O., Thorburn, V., Fridman, S., Alsubaie, R., Lopes, R.D., Cipriano, L.E., Salamone, P., Melling, C.W.J., Khan, A.R., et al., 2018, Pathophysiology and Risk of Atrial Fibrillation Detected after Ischemic Stroke (PARADISE): A Translational, Integrated, and Transdisciplinary Approach, Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, 27 (3): 606-619.
Persson, M.E., Napier, C.J., 2018, R. J. Chambers on Securities and Obscurities: Making a Case for the Reform of the Law of Company Accounts in the 1970s, Abacus, 54 (1): 36-65.
Persson, M.E., Radcliffe, V.S., Stein, M.J., 2018, Elmer G. Beamer and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants: The Pursuit of a Cognitive Standard for the Accounting Profession, Accounting History, February/May, 23 (1-2): 71-92.
Sartor, M.A., Beamish, P.W., 2018, Host Market Government Corruption and the Equity-Based Foreign Entry Strategies of MNEs, Journal of International Business Studies, April, 49 (3): 346-370.
Schotter, A., Buchel, O., Vashchilko Lukoianova, T., 2018, Interactive visualization for research contextualization in international business, Journal of World Business, 53 (3): 356-372.
SSHRC Insight Grants
Insight Grants support research excellence in the social sciences and humanities. Funding is available to both emerging and established scholars for long-term research initiatives.
Stream A: $7,000 to $100,000
2 to 5 years
|Upcoming deadlines:||Ivey: MANDATORY - Wednesday, October 3, 9am
(full application with ROLA submission)
Western RD&S: Friday, October 5
Application (pdf version) by email
SSHRC: Monday, October 15, 2pm
Western Strategic Support for Tri-Agency Success
Funded in part by the Office of the Vice-President (Research), the Western Strategic Support for Tri-Council Success program offers different levels of funding identified as Seed, Open, Bridge and Accelerator grants. The grants are targeted to researchers who are pursuing CIHR, SSHRC, and/or NSERC-related research, and offer critical, one-time funding to support an investigator’s research activities and development of a competitive submission to a Tri-Council grant competition. Each application will undergo a merit review by the Review Board in each program area. Proposals will be assessed on innovation, impact, deliverables (both long- and short-term), methodology, HQP training plan and budget. For some programs, applicants are asked to give a short presentation on their proposal to the respective Board they are applying to. Successful applicants are expected to develop and submit a competitive research proposal to a Tri-Council grant competition (CIHR, SSHRC or NSERC) within two years of the award’s start date.
RD&S Contact: Elizabeth Russell-Minda
Note: Some of these programs require Ivey matching funds. Please let Shelley or Kathy know if you intend to apply, and we can assist with the process.