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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 the Executive Director of the McGill Executive Institute as well as a Faculty Lecturer in the Faculty of Management and Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Law. He is also a Module Director for the McGill HEC EMBA in addition to directing numerous executive learning programs at home and abroad.
A Faculty lecturer in the Faculty of Management for over 25 years, Louis Gialloreto has taught at the undergraduate, graduate, continuing education and executive training levels. 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 40 published articles, several book chapters and a book entitled Strategic Airline Management - The Global War Begins (1988), translated into Japanese in 1991. Louis has also served as a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Air Transport Management (London, UK), and as a contributor to a variety of marketing and aviation publications in addition to serving on the Air Transport Economics & Forecasting Committee, US Transportation Research Board, and the US National Research Council.
Mr. Gialloreto has twenty years of professional corporate experience in a variety of positions with both regional and major airlines, tour wholesalers, financial services and in management consultancy. During ten years at Air Canada, he held a variety of management jobs culminating in a senior marketing post. Louis is also President of Stowe & Breton Consulting Ltd. He holds several professional designations including being a Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society (MRAeS).He also has served on several Boards.
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.