The SEI's research-related goal is to conduct leading-edge research into the social economy for the purpose of actionable knowledge.
Over one third of our professors' research topics relevant to the social economy, including:
Gary and Wendy Balter Scholarship in Management
Established in 2000 by Gary J. Balter, B.Com. 1979, DPA 1980 and Wendy Balter, B.Com. 1980, for an outstanding undergraduate student who has completed at least one year of a B.Com. program. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Desautels Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee. Preference will be given to students majoring in Financial Accounting and who are residents of Montreal.
Estimated value: $2,000.
In addition to its work promoting integrated teaching and research programs at the Desautels Faculty of Management, the MDIIM also organizes regular outreach events for students and the general public.
Accounting Society (MAS)
The Accounting Society, the faculty's largest club, promotes the increasingly popular accounting profession. Its main goal is to serve the interests of its members and assist accounting firms in gaining access to a pool of talented McGill students.
The society also organizes services for accounting students, and invites everyone to attend its annual banquet.
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Information Technology is fundamental to corporate strategy, organization structure, building and maintaining relationships with customers and suppliers, as well as developing and offering products and services.
Adviser: Professor M.D. Lee
This Concentration provides an opportunity for students to increase their awareness of behavioural issues encountered in job and organizational settings, and prepare themselves for graduate study in the behavioural sciences or for careers in general management or human resource management.
The fundamental objective of the Ph.D. specialization in Organizational Behaviour is to provide doctoral students with the tools, training, and critical insight required of world-class researchers and scholars. As evidenced by the current research topics listed, our faculty explore a wide range of topics linked together by the drive to develop and foster greater understanding of the personal, interpersonal and organizational processes affecting people and groups within today’s complex and evolving organizations.
The faculty in the Organizational Behaviour area of McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management conduct research in a wide range of areas including: