Aly R. Háji, a student in the joint MBA-Law program at McGill University, has been selected to fill one of twenty-seven positions as Clerk for the Supreme Court of Canada. Under this highly selective appointment, he will work under the direction of a Supreme Court Judge and will fulfill various duties, including researching points of law, preparing memoranda of law and assisting the Judge in the general work of the Court.
Authors: Younkin, P., Kuppuswamy, V.
Publication: Management Science
Facility Location and Capacity Acquisition under Carbon Tax and Emissions Limits: To Centralize or To Decentralize?
Authors: Turken, N., Carrillo, J., Verter, V.
Publication: International Journal of Production Economics
The Paradox of Breadth: The Tension between Experience and Legitimacy in the Transition to Entrepreneurship
Authors: Kacperczyk, A., Younkin, P.
Publication: Administrative Science Quarterly
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 Platform (PIP)-India in New Delhi on March 9th, 2017.
Colloquium on Mixed Acoustic/Electronic Music
This colloquium is part of a two-day series including live@CIRMMT concerts featuring McGill's Contemporary Music Ensemble:
Congratulations to Necola Guerrina, our PhD student of Dr. Carolyn Baglole, who won second prize in the university-wide 3MT competition last week, for an outstanding presentation on her thesis research……
featured in the current issue of the McGill Reporter at http://publications.mcgill.ca/reporter/2017/03/three-minute-thesis-compe...
The United Nations is grappling with a refugee crisis around the globe. Matt Galloway of CBC spoke with Jean-Nicolas Beuze, the new UNHCR Representative in Canada. Mr Beuze participated in ISID's conference "Questioning Crisis: Rethinking Forced Migration in Theory and Practice", held March 15-16.
Listen to the full interview here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/programs/metromorning/refugee-representative-1.4034054
Jessica Coon discusses how humans would make contact with extraterrestrials, whether emoji can replace written words and how the internet is putting some languages at risk.
Read more: Independent.co.uk
Axel Strauss, director