Prof. Moore sits down with Mike Useem, senior professor and director at the Center for Leadership and Change, Wharton School of Business, Pennsylvania.
The innovative joint program between Desautels and the École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Montréal provides a lecture in French.
Desautels professor Reuven Brenner said it could take years to sort out the mess left from the bursting of a global credit bubble.
Desautels was named one of the leading 27 business schools in the world, according to a survey by Eduniversal. Desautels also placed 2cnd in North America, after Harvard Business School.
Canada's banking system was ranked the "soundest" of 134 countries by an Oct. 8 World Economic Forum report. But...
"Quebec is perhaps less different than it was 20 years ago, but it is still culturally a very different place than the rest of Canada," says Desautels Prof. Karl Moore. "There are substantive differences that marketers can tap into."
Prof. Karl Moore talks to McGill Economist Reuven Brenner about economic turbulence.
The Montreal Gazette asked experts, including Prof. Susan Christoffersen of Desautels, to give their view of whether the financial crisis is under control and where we are headed.
Peter Christoffersen, professor of Finance at Desautels, comments on the global financial crisis and the role of the IMF for the Toronto Star.
Award winning author and business journalist Diane Francis launched her new book “Who Owns Canada Now” at the Desautels Faculty of Management on October 28.