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Small Business Operators Key to Sustainable Growth

The recent federal budget noted that innovation doesn’t only drive economic growth, it “can deliver a better quality of life: better health care; smarter, more connected cities; and cleaner, more sustainable energy, among many other examples”.    Read more ›

Telfer School Welcomes Top Finance and Accounting Scholars with Experts from Bank of Canada and the International Monetary Fund

The Telfer Annual Conference on Accounting and Finance takes place on May 5 with a distinguished international roster of accounting and finance researchers.  Read more ›

Samir Saadi to Collaborate in an International Research Workshop on M&As

Professor Samir Saadi will represent the Telfer School on a team of top researchers examining merger-and-acquisition (M&A) practices at a Joint Israeli-Canadian Research Workshop. Interdisciplinary and inter-university, this workshop will focus on the necessary elements for the success of M&A in Canada and Israel at a moment when both nations are looking to derive more value from these and other forms of corporate reorganization. It will be funded by the Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  Read more ›

Entrepreneurial drive begins at home

Family dynamics strongly influence a person’s desire to build and grow a new enterprise  Read more ›

Doug Angus is a co-investigator in a new research project focusing on nurse practitioners

Emeritus professor Doug Angus will collaborate in a new research project focusing on the use of an innovative care model in a geriatric population.  The work will be led by Professor Michelle Lalonde of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Ottawa and Dr. Chantal D’aoust Bernard of the Montfort Hospital.  Read more ›

Professor Greg Richards Presents at the Smart Cities Conference

On March 13th, Professor Greg Richards spoke at the conference, “Smart cities: Imagining the future National Capital Region,” held at Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Key figures from the academic, public and private sectors exchanged their views on the future of the National Capital Region at this unique event organized by LAC in collaboration with the University of Ottawa and Ottawa 2017, and in partnership with Invest Ottawa and the City of Gatineau.  Read more ›

CIOs Must Understand the Value of their IT

The maxim know oneself is as relevant for organizations as for people: the necessary prelude for any important organizational change. Employees, departments, etc. need to have a clear understanding of who they are as organizational actors and what they want to achieve.  Read more ›

Mental health: To disclose or not to disclose at the office

Researchers: Professors Laurent Lapierre, Jane O'Reilly, Silvia Bonaccio, Magda Donia, Ivy Bourgeault and scholars from University of Calgary and Saint Mary's University.  Read more ›

Exploring new opportunities: Canada and India

India and Canada collaborate on multiple fronts, including post-secondary education and business. Canadian universities have been attracting international students from India year after year, and India represents an interesting and yet untapped market for Canadian businesses.  Read more ›

Professor McWatters is named to the editorial board of an FT50 journal

Cheryl S. McWatters has been named to the editorial board of Accounting, Organizations & Society (AOS), a major international journal. AOS, which publishes scholarship on the behavioural, organizational and social aspects of accounting, ranks 3rd on the Financial Times' list of 50 top journals.   Read more ›

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