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PhD Candidate Fei Shu has published a paper in Aslib Journal of Information Management regarding China's cash-per-publication policy

Published: 26Jul2017

W., Chen, B-C., & Shu, F (accepted). Publish or impoverish: An investigation of the monetary reward system of science in China (1999-2016). Aslib Journal of Information Management. 69(4)...

From influential to bossy, why perceived gender affects workplace authority

Published: 26Jul2017

A study partly authored by Desautels professor Laura Doering explores the broader issue of gender and jobs. The authors studied microfinance loan managers as a profession that hasn’t yet become...

How interviewing CEOs informed Adam Bryant’s views on leadership

Published: 26Jul2017

According to a Financial Post article by Desautels professor Karl Moore and BCom undergrad Sara Avramovic, New York Times journalist Adam Bryant has spent the past eight years interviewing some of...

Six Desautels graduate students awarded by the Fondation CPA

Published: 26Jul2017

The Ordre des comptables professionels agréés du Québec is the province’s third-largest professional order, and covers accounting services across the public, business, education and non-profit...

Le CRIEM : centre de recherches permanent de l'Université McGill

Published: 25Jul2017

Le Centre de recherches interdisciplinaires en études montréalaises avait, depuis 2014, le statut de centre provisoire de la Faculté des arts de l’Université McGill. Le 25 mai dernier, au terme d...

Grad & postdoctoral studies 2017-18 academic info

Published: 25Jul2017

Academic information is now available for the 2017–18 academic year's Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies at McGill!

Ethics and law, and ethics as law: legal pluralism and the normative relationship between the State and the medical profession

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Doctoral candidate Lee Black will be defending his thesis, Ethics and law, and ethics as law: legal pluralism and the normative relationship between the State and the medical profession, which was...

"The Canadian Narrative about Slavery Is Wrong" | Prof. Nelson in The Walrus

Published: 25Jul2017

Casting ourselves as the “saviours” of African American fugitives fits neatly into our national identity. But this country, too, was founded on exploitation....

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