Students

Desautels Assistant Professor named to prestigious list

Published: 3Apr2017

The 2017 edition of Poets and Quants’ Best 40 Under 40 Professors list is out, and on it are four teachers at Canadian institutions — including Desautels Assistant Professor Sebastien Betermier....

MBA no guarantee of long-term success

Published: 3Apr2017

Three separate studies, including one authored in part by Desautels Professor Henry Mintzberg, have concluded that the MBA is not the gateway to business success after all — findings that are at...

Overreaction to extreme market events and investor sentiment

Published: 31Mar2017

Authors: Piccoli, P., Chaudhury, M.  Publication: Applied Economics Letters Abstract: 

Evaluating the role of simulation in healthcare innovation: recommendations of the Simnovate Medical Technologies Domain Group

Published: 31Mar2017

Authors: Madani, A., Gallix, B., Pugh, C.M.,  Azagury, D., Bradley, P., Fowler, D., Hannaford, B., Macdonald, S., Miyasaka, K., Nuño, N., Szold, A., Verter, V., Aggarwal, R. ...

Binary decision rules for multistage adaptive mixed-integer optimization

Published: 31Mar2017

Authors: Bertsimas, D., Georghiou, A.  Publication: Mathematical Programming  Abstract: 

The Calgary boy and Desautels alumnus who became a fashion pundit: Imran Amed

Published: 31Mar2017

Imran Amed is the founder and editor-in-chief of online fashion news hub The Business of Fashion (BoF), which has overtaken the venerable Womens Wear Daily as the industry’s main news source. But...

Desautels alumna runs for city council in Colorado

Published: 31Mar2017

Melissa Youssef (MBA'91) is stepping into municipal politics in Durango, Colorado. She is a civically-minded member of the community and a successful businesswoman; Ms. Youssef is VP of the local...

Caisse de dépôt reluctant about doing business in Russia

Published: 31Mar2017

As the drama surrounding a Swedish bribery probe of Bombardier’s activities in Azerbaijan continues, it has become clear that the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, which owns 30 per cent of...

Social enterprise and innovation: an interview with Jake Wildman-Sisk

Published: 31Mar2017

As judge for the Social Enterprise category at the semi-finals of this year’s McGill Dobson Cup, Jake Wildman-Sisk’s credentials are solid: Not only did he help develop the first social systems...

Andrew Potter, the debate continues

Published: 30Mar2017

Amid the fallout from former McGill Institute for the Study of Canada director Andrew Potter’s Maclean’s article about stranded motorists, the Globe and Mail interviewed McGill Principal Suzanne...

Pages