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The Colorblind Crowd: Founder Race and Performance in Crowdfunding

Published: 22Mar2017

Authors: Younkin, P., Kuppuswamy, V. Publication: Management Science Abstract: 

New Pulse Platform Launched to Boost Health and Wealth in India

Published: 22Mar2017

To develop new ways to innovate and support food enterprises in the pulse supply chain, the McGill Centre of for the Convergence of Health and Economics (MCCHE) has launched the Pulse Innovation...

Learning through sharing in the IMPM

Published: 21Mar2017

Desautels Professor Henry Mintzberg criticized the failures of MBAs in his 2004 book, Managers Not MBAs. And if that was his initial volley on the subject, then the International Masters Program...

The MBA seeks its place in France

Published: 21Mar2017

To many, an MBA is the springboard for a successful business career — but not so in France, where MBA holders in the 120 top executive suites dropped from 37 per cent in 2011 to 21 per cent in 2015.

Karl Moore talks Hot Cities

Published: 21Mar2017

For reading week, Desautels Associate Professor Karl Moore took a group of students on the ninth edition of the Hot Cities of the World Tour, which is an annual trip that gives 30 McGill undergrads...

Coaching and charity front-and-centre for former Desautels student

Published: 21Mar2017

As Kevin Donovan enters his second year as head coach of a high-school lacrosse programme, he talks about his first game with the team, improving the squad’s place in the standings, and how...

GroundIt’s CEO on her entrepreneurial journey

Published: 21Mar2017

Business partners Audrey Bolduc and Mitalie Makhani won the 2015 Dobson Cup with their pitch to make fertilizer from used coffee grounds. Now CEO of GroundIt, Ms. Bolduc returns to judge the 2017...

In Bermuda, arts and culture can be an enabler for progress

Published: 20Mar2017

Desautels alumna Lauren Merkel makes the case that Bermuda’s best resource for moving the island nation forward is its arts and cultural capital. Ms. Merkel is a senior consultant at Toronto-based...

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