At the 2010 Administrative Science Association of Canada Conference held in Regina this past May, Professor Hamid Etemad received the best paper award for the International Business Division and Professor Liette Lapointe and Saeed Akhlaghpour received the best paper award for the Information Systems Division.
Professor David Lank has recently been named a winner of the Principal’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
Associate Dean Morty Yalovsky has received the Distinguished Leadership Award by Combined Jewish Appeal (CJA). This award recognizes exceptional individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership, contributing to the enhancement, enrichment and continuity of Jewish life locally, nationally and/or internationally.
Le gouvernement du Québec est fier de décerner cette année le prix Léon-Gérin à la professeure Nancy J. Adler. Ce prix représente la plus haute distinction remise par le gouvernement du Québec dans le domaine des sciences humaines et sociales.
The best way for a software firm to increase its survival chances is not to boost R&D or marketing skills but to increase its operating capability — its knack for efficiently deploying people and capital, according to researchers led by Shanling Li of The Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University.
Desautels’ Dr. Alain Pinsonneault, world-renowned scientific leader in the study of information technologies and organizations, has been inducted into the Royal Society of Canada in August 2010.
Prof. Adler's Article, "When Knowledge Wins: Transcending the Sense and Nonsense of Academic Rankings", Wins Academy of Management’s Best Paper of the Year Award
On Thursday, June 3rd, the Farha Foundation paid homage to some of Quebec's greatest heroes who through their passion and tireless efforts and have helped to support the fight against HIV/AIDS. Professor Steve Maguire received the Ron Farha Award for his volunteer work with the Farha Foundation since 1992.
Read more on Profs. Saibal and Animesh's latest article: Durable Products with Multiple Used Goods Markets: Product Upgrade and Retail Pricing Implications
Abstract: U sed goods markets are currently important transaction channels for durable products. For some durable products, such markets first appeared when retailers started buying back used products from "old" customers and selling them to new ones for a profit (retail used goods market).
Desautels Faculty of Management welcomes 30 PhD students and Post-Doctoral Fellows from North America and Europe for a week of advanced and intensive training in healthcare operations and information management. CREATE Summer School 2010 will be held during June 14 -18 and features 10 lectures from the leading Canadian academics in the field.