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LLM, McGill University, Canada
MBA, McGill University, Canada
BA, Law, Carleton University, Canada
BA, International Business and Politics, University of Western Ontario, Canada
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Louis Gialloreto is a Faculty Lecturer in the Faculty of Management and Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Law.
A Faculty lecturer in the Faculty of Management for over thirteen years, Louis Gialloreto has taught at the undergraduate, graduate, continuing education and executive training levels and currently holds the position of Executive Training Program Director at the McGill International Executive Institute. He has also been a Lecturer in the Law Faculty at McGill and is a visiting lecturer at a variety of institutions in North America and Europe, in addition to being a frequent speaker and panel chairman at conferences worldwide. He has also been involved in several SSHRC Research projects in a variety of legal and commercial subject areas.
Louis Gialloreto is the author of over 35 published articles, several book chapters and a book entitled Strategic Airline Management - The Global War Begins (1988), translated into Japanese in 1991. Mr. Gialloreto is also a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Air Transport Management (London, UK), a contributor to the Avmark Aviation Economist, co-publisher of the Stratejet Newsletter and a Member of the Air Transport Economics & Forecasting Committee, US Transportation Research Board, and the US National Research Council.
Mr. Gialloreto has nineteen years of professional corporate experience in a variety of positions with both regional and trunk airlines, tour wholesalers, financial services and in management consultancy. During ten years at Air Canada, he held a variety of management jobs culminating in the post of Director, Research, Product & Brand Development. Louis Gialloreto is currently President of Stowe & Breton Consulting Ltd. He holds two professional designations as a Member of both the Chartered Institute of Transport (MCIT) and the Royal Aeronautical Society (MRAeS).
Papers in Peer-Reviewed Journals
“Air Canada’s Fragmenting Brands?, November, 2002. Aviation Strategy, London UK.
“The New Air Canada- The Real Prospects”, March 2001, Aviation Strategy, London UK.
“CRM- The Battle for Customer Retention”, February 2001, Aviation Strategy , London, UK.
“Can Air Canada Leverage Its Virtual Monopoly? , September, 2000. Aviation Strategy, London UK.
Books and Edited Volumes
Chapters in Books
2003-2004: Co-winner of MBA Best Teacher Award, McGill University.
2002-2003: McGill Graduate Management Distinguished Teaching Award, McGill University.
2002: Best Teacher Award (MBA), McGill University.
2000-2001: McGill Graduate Management Distinguished Teaching Award, McGill University.
1999: AQTR “Prix du Congrès Annuel” for best paper presented.
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