Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration in Organizational Behaviour (PhD)
An Intersectional Study of the Invisibility of Women of Colour
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|Alviarez, Vanessa||International trade; Foreign direct investment; International finance|
|Antweiler, Werner||high-tech businesses; innovation; international trade; exchange rates; currency unions; environmental economics; e-business; international environmental issues; trade and the environment; Canada’s National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI); public policy and the economics of cannabis prohibition., International Trade and Business, Environmental Economics and Management, Energy and Electricity Economics, Applied Econometrics and Panel Data, Applied Empirical Finance, Prediction Markets|
|Aquino, Karl||Organizational behavior|
|Baldauf, Markus||Financial Markets; Information Economics; Industrial Organization; Regulation; Market Microstructure|
|Begley, Joy||Finance and Accounting, Empirical financial accounting, Defined benefit and defined contribution pensions, Use of accounting information to control agency problems, Equity Valuation|
|Bena, Jan||Finance and Accounting, Financial Assets Evaluation, R&D and Innovation, Technological Innovations, Investments, Stock Market, International Capital and Products Markets, Finance and innovation, Finance and product markets, Corporate innovation, Corporate ownership structure, Access to external finance, Financial constraints|
|Bleck, Alexander||Boundary of the firm, the market and regulation|
|Brander, James||international trade; government; economic policy; budgets; international and environmental economics, International trade policy, Renewable resource management, Venture capital finance and the entrepreneurial sector, The role of renewable resource management in economic growth and decline|
|Carlson, Murray||Introduction to capital markets, corporate finance, principles of finance, asset pricing|
|Cavanaugh, Lisa||Emotions, Relationships, Self and Identity, Social Influence, Prosocial Consumption|
|Cavusoglu, Hasan||IT investment, information security, value of information technology, online product differentiation, information system security, Economics & sustainability, Management Information Systems|
|Cenfetelli, Ronald Timothy||Human computer interaction, E-Business, IT-mediated customer service, Negative aspects of technology, Structural equation modeling, Survey research techniques, Multi-level modeling|
|Chamberlain, Sandra||Accounting and the economics of, Valuation of publicly traded firms using accounting information, Accounting and contracting, Earnings quality, Accounting for Financial Institutions|
|Chandrashekaran, Murali||Management education, customer satisfaction, mergers and acquisition, innovation, international collaborations in education, Integration and professional development, strategic management of customer relationships, shareholder value, subsidiary performance, satisfaction strength, customer loyalty|
|Clough, David||Social Networks, Technological Innovations, Technological change, Organizational learning, Interorganizational networks, Entrepreneurship, Innovation management, Organization theory|
|Cornil, Yann||Food Marketing; Hedonic Consumption; Sensory Perception|
|D Adduzio, Jenna|
|Dahl, Darren||Consumer behaviour, new product development, social marketing, affect and emotion, creativity in business, Marketing|
|Daniels, Michael||Emotions in organizations; Emotional Labor; Workplace mistreatment; Leadership; Cultural values|
|Davidoff, Thomas||Housing, Real Estate, Annuities, Mortgages|
|Donaldson, R Glen||Risk management, Volatility forecasting, Asset valuation, Financial econometrics, Financial markets and price behavior|