At the Desautels Faculty of Management, we require research excellence from our professors and doctoral students. We embrace diversity in thinking and welcome creative approaches to tackling stubborn managerial problems. We are known for our interdisciplinary openness and dedication to seeking deep insight.
Our mission is to cement our reputation as a world-leading management faculty, through the rigor and relevance of our research.
Desautels is home of some of the most respected management scholars, such as Henry Mintzberg, who is widely considered one of the most influential management thinkers in the world. Our international faculty members bring their expertise and knowledge into classrooms and our various research centers.
Areas of specialization
Desautels continues to be a research leader among Canadian schools and maintains a high level of research productivity in the most prestigious journals. We are proud of our contributions to a variety of research areas, including:
There is also a focus on:
Wide-reaching impact of our research
Desautels prides itself on being a research-intensive management faculty that brings together scholars with a broad range of expertise, including mathematics, economics, psychology, sociology, and technology. Together, they address in their work issues of great importance to not only the business community, but also to society.
Every year, the Desautels Faculty of Management compiles all Faculty and Student Research Publications from the previous 12 month period.
Desautels Top-tier Publications
In recognition of research excellence as it relates to publications in top-tier management journals, our Faculty has compiled a list of high quality, peer-reviewed management journals, which is referred to as the Desautels 22.
The McGill Desautels Faculty of Management is among the top 50 in the UTD Top 100 Worldwide Business School Research Rankings 2017-2021.
UTD places Desautels 37th in North America in the UTD Top 100 North American Business School Rankings Based on Research Contributions 2017-2021