Desautels students look for sustainable business practices

Published: 17 January 2020

McGill students are once again at the forefront of the climate movement, finding ways for businesses to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Students in Professor Dror Etzion’s Strategies for...

Selling sustainability to small and medium enterprises

Published: 13 September 2019

Professor Dror Etzion and his co-leads, Professors Catherine Potvin and Jaye Ellis, are on a mission to inspire sustainable business practices among Canada’s small and medium enterprises (SMEs),...

Management for sustainability

Published: 17 July 2019

Authors: Dror Etzion Publication: Nature Sustainability, Volume 1, Issue 12, Pages 744 -749, December 2018 Abstract: 

Opaque transparency: How material affordances shape intermediary work

Published: 17 July 2019

Authors: Miron Avidan, Dror Etzion and Joel Gehman Publication: Regulation and Governance, Volume 13, Issue 2, Pages 197 - 219, June 2019 Abstract: 

Professor Etzion co-leads MSSI research project focusing on SMEs

Published: 26 March 2019

Professor Dror Etzion, along with McGill University colleagues Jaye Ellis (Law) and Catherine Potvin (Biology), has been selected to co-lead a research project under the McGill Sustainability...

Announcing the Desautels Faculty Scholars

Published: 11 December 2018

The Faculty Research Workload Committee (RWC) has completed its review of applications submitted by tenured faculty to fill the currently vacant Faculty Scholar Award slots....

Now what? How to deal with climate change together

Published: 4 September 2018

If major initiatives have been undertaken across sectors to combat climate change, the question arises how to consolidate these efforts for maximal impact?...

Shaping socially responsible leaders: Professor Etzion’s course recognized by Aspen Institute

Published: 8 May 2018

The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program has announced the winners of the 2017 Ideas Worth Teaching Award, an annual prize that recognizes teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate...


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