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2018 SSHRC Insight Grant Competition

With a success rate of 73% in the 2018 SSHRC Insight Grant Competition, 8 Telfer School-led research teams will produce cutting-edge research in a variety of topics in management. As our faculty continues to foster research excellence, the Telfer School community and partners benefit from valuable insights with impact.

Here are the 2018 recipients of the 2018 SSHRC Insight Grant Competition and the title of their respective projects:

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Sylvain Durocher (PI)

A stakeholder perspective on comprehensive income accounting information

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Shantanu Dutta (PI)

Board independence and corporate private in-house meetings

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Peter Jaskiewicz (PI) and Sandra Schillo

A family-based theory of the family firm

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Laurent Lapierre (PI), Ivy Bourgeault, Jane O’Reilly, Magda Donia, and Silvia Bonaccio

How can managers support and ensure the positive consequences of employees’ disclosure of a mental health challenge?

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Muriel Mignerat (PI)

Vers une gestion efficace des exigences contradictoires dans les projets de technologies de l'information

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Jane O'Reilly (PI)

Inauthentic and authentic forgiveness in the workplace


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Sharon O'Sullivan (PI)

The dynamics of Indigenous developmental relationships for environmental work: Bridging micro and macro levels of analysis

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Allan Riding (PI), Barbara Orser, and Miwako Nitani

Overconfidence and financial decisions among self-employed Canadians

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