Explore cutting-edge research at York University’s Schulich School of Business Wednesday and take part in a special presentation of the inaugural Dean’s Research Impact Award.
Schulich will celebrate the research achievements and interests of its faculty Jan. 30, starting at 2pm in the Robert McEwen Auditorium, Seymour Schulich Building, Keele campus.
Dezsö J. Horváth
Following the welcome and opening remarks by Dezsö J. Horváth, Schulich dean and Tanna H. Schulich Chair in Strategic Management, and Robert Haché, vice-president, research & innovation, a presentation of the inaugural Dean’s Research Impact Award will be made to a member of Schulich’s faculty.
From 2:30 to 3pm, there will be a panel discussion with on “Rethinking Business for the 21st Century” with Moren Lévesque, professor of Operations Management & Information Systems and the Certified General Accountants of Ontario Chair in International Entrepreneurship; Dirk Matten, professor of Strategy and Hewlett Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility; and Justin Tan, professor of Management and Newmont Endowed Chair in Business Strategy. The panel will be moderated by Andrew Crane, theGeorge R. Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics and director of the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business.
The panellists will show how insights from their research can help people understand some of the major challenges faced by business in the 21st century. They will address questions, such as what role should innovation play in economic growth? How can economic performance be balanced with social good, and what effect the shift in economic power to emerging economies will have on business practice? They will give a flavor of what kinds of answers we already have, and what the burning research questions of the future will likely be.
From 3 to 4pm in the Schulich CIBC Marketplace, refreshments will be served and there will be a gallery of research poster presentations and books. Some of the research looks at homelessness and the role of accounting in structuring poverty; timing a smooth and efficient retirement income plane; logic violations – emotions, institutional expectations and the dynamics of emotive institutional work; and making markets work for poor producers in least developed countries.
The poster session will be the place to meet for collegial discussion and networking, and an opportunity to learn about Schulich’s research expertise, while engaging with academics and practitioners from the research community.
For more information, visit the Schulich School of Business website or contact Joanne Chung, research officer, Office of the Associate Dean, Research in the Schulich School of Business, at ext. 21089 or email@example.com.