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Eytan Bensoussan on mentoring, entrepreneurship and modern business banking

Published: 21Apr2017

Eytan Bensoussan (BSc’05, MBA/LLB’10) loves a challenge. He has studied math, bio-chemistry, political science and management. In his career life, he worked for McKinsey & Company, the Globe...

Reasoning by analogy and the progress of theory

Published: 20Apr2017

Authors: Mikko Ketokivi, Saku Mantere and Joep Cornelissen Publication: Academy of Management Review Abstract: 

Restructuring the resident training system for improving the equity of access to primary care

Published: 20Apr2017

Authors: Anna Graber-Naidich, Michael W. Cartera, Vedat Verter Publication: European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 258, Issue 3, 1 May 2017, Pages 1143–1155 Abstract: 

The supply and demand sides of corruption: Canadian extractive companies in Africa

Published: 20Apr2017

Authors: Frederick Stapenhurst, Fahri Karakas, Emine Sarigöllü, Myung-Soo Jo & Rasheed Draman Publication: Canadian Foreign Policy, Vol 23, No. 1, 2017 Abstract: 

Metaphor, literacy and ‘fake news’

Published: 20Apr2017

Desautels Professor Reuven Brenner writes in a recent Asia Times op-ed that, as societies become literate, earlier metaphors become codified as literal truths, much to the detriment of those...

As feds unveil pot legalization plans, producers’ shares slip

Published: 19Apr2017

Ottawa has released its plan to legalize marijuana, and the hit on big cannabis shares has been heavy. Concerns about how fast the government is moving to squeeze out illegal producers, a law...

At the CAFAs, glitz and glitterati are on parade

Published: 19Apr2017

In some ways, it’s the party of the year. On April 7th, Canada’s biggest fashion names gathered in Toronto for the fourth Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards. The event was heavy on pizzazz, from the...

A call to curb cabotage in Australia

Published: 19Apr2017

In the Australian coastal shipping reform efforts, the discussion has come down to whether or not cabotage (the practice of using foreign companies for domestic shipping) should be promoted or...

Quebec’s hottest new microbrewery works local angle

Published: 19Apr2017

New Deal Brewing Co. co-owner Daleyne Guay (EMBA’2016) says that, over the past five years, microbews have risen to 8.9% of the Quebec market, while the majors have lost 1% per year and imports...

EMBA alumna on leadership, success and working in a male-dominated environment

Published: 19Apr2017

France-Margaret Bélanger (EMBA’14) grew up in Matane, a world away from her current life as Chief Legal Officer at the Montreal Canadiens. She sat down with Desautels Associate Professor Karl Moore...

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