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The pace of technological innovation picks up in Canada’s retail sector

Published: 13May2021

The retail innovation lab at the Bensadoun School of Retail Management is redefining the way technology and consumer behaviour impacts the retail experience. Professor Maxime Cohen and Charles de...

When sovereign debt becomes a problem

Published: 28Apr2021

Professor Patrick Augustin and three other North American economists are ringing an alarm bell about the increasing risks associated with heavy borrowing at the state level. In their recent study...

How CEOs really feel about working from home during the pandemic

Published: 22Apr2021

Jean-Nicolas Reyt, an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour at the Desautels Faculty of Management, has studied the dynamics of work-from-home culture for a decade. Over the past year,...

Vaccine benefits far outweigh the risks

Published: 22Apr2021

Professor Saibal Ray, Academic Director of the Bensadoun School of Retail Management, joins the Scott Thompson Show to offer his perspective on the safety of AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson...

Bringing Air Canada back to life

Published: 16Apr2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to raise the spectre of bankruptcy for Air Canada, Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland and Transport Minister Omar Alghabra have stepped in with a $5.9 billion...

Researchers find real-world case study in COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Published: 8Apr2021

The just-in-time inventory system may have revolutionized supply chain management, but the staggering complexity of distributing COVID-19 vaccines calls for a more nuanced approach. Professor...

Predicting the future of domestic vaccine production

Published: 8Apr2021

Professor Saibal Ray joins the Scott Thompson Show podcast to answers questions about current state of COVID-19 vaccine acquisition across Canada. Recently, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced a...

Behind Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine shortage

Published: 31Mar2021

Professor Saibal Ray recently made a guest appearance on The Bill Kelly Show on Global News Radio to discuss the current vaccine shortage in Canada....

One year later, COVID-19 still disrupting supply and demand

Published: 18Mar2021

According to Professor Saibal Ray, most companies were ill-prepared to deal with the surging demand for essential goods after the outbreak of the pandemic in March 2020....

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