Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty

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Research Areas & Courses Taught

Thomas Dotzel
Assistant Professor

Email: thomas [dot] dotzel [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Phone: 514-398-8876
Office: Bronf. 319


Research Faculty

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Animesh Animesh
Associate Professor

Email: animesh [dot] animesh [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Phone: 514-398-3158
Office: Bronf. 584


Members of the Finance discipline are actively involved in the Desmarais Global Finance Research Centre

Doctoral Students

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Amir Akbari

Email: amir [dot] akbari [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca

Chang Hu

Email: chang [dot] hu [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca

Feng Jiao


Research faculty

Faculty Member Contact Information Research Areas
Steve Fortin
PhD University of Waterloo
Associate Professor
Email: steve [dot] fortin [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Phone: 514-398-4021
Office: Bronf. 479
Corporate Governance
Earnings Management


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:

The Person Inside the Present: Narcissists Buy to Big Themselves Up

Christmas is around the corner and many of us will be thinking of what to buy our loved ones (or ourselves) this festive holiday.

But what is the psychology behind gift-giving?

Early results from research led by Dr Aiden Gregg from the University of Southampton, have shown that people with narcissistic tendencies want to purchase products, both for others and for themselves, that positively distinguish them -- that is, that make them stand out from the crowd.

Published: 2Jan2013

Managing the myths of health care

Author: Henry Mintzberg


Myths impede the effective management of health care, for example that the system is failing (indeed, that is a system), and can be fixed by detached social engineering and heroic leadership, or treating it more like a business. This field needs to reframe its management, as distributed beyond the “top”; its strategy as venturing, not planning; its organizing as collaboration beyond control, and especially itself, as a system beyond its parts.

Published: 8Nov2012