Celebrating Our Research Achievements

Schulich’s faculty has been remarkably busy between November 2023 to April 2024, with over two dozen journal articles published , including 8 papers published in top-tier FT50 ranked journals.

Our faculty continues with Schulich’s faculty members have been honoured by their peers , with 11 faculty members receiving awards, accolades and other forms of peer recognition – and let’s not forget that we were recently named the #1 School In Canada in Responsible Business by Corporate Knights magazine.

Our faculty has achieved a great deal in a short time – and we’re happy to continue sharing our success with you.


Schulich’s faculty was responsible for creating 52 research products in the Fall 2023-Winter 2024 time frame

(November 2023-April 2024)


  • Papers Published In FT50 Journals

    High-Impact Journals used in school rankings and which have a broad reach

  • Papers Published In Other Journals

    Journals dedicated to more specialized subject material

  • Other Research Outputs

    May include books, book chapters, white papers, material published in trade/practitioner literature, conference proceedings/conference keynotes, etc.

  • Media Outreach, Interviews and General Audience Articles

    Interviews & quotes that highlight Schulich's faculty as subject material experts


Papers Published In Academic Journals

Bamber, M., Kurpierz, J., & Popa, A. (2024). Denunciation and resistance in post-crisis sensemaking. Critical Perspectives on Accounting99, 102720
Belk, R. (2024). The digital frontier as a liminal space. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 34(1), 167-173.
Calic, G., Lévesque, M., & Shevchenko, A. (2023). On why women-owned businesses take more time to secure microloans. Small Business Economics, 1-22.
Coutts, A. (2024). The age of consequences: Unraveling conflict’s impact on social preferences, norm enforcement, and risk-taking. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization218, 48-67.
Dai, L., Dai, R., Ng, L., & Peng, Z. (2023). Global outsourcing and voluntary disclosure. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting
Derrien, F., Kecskés, A., & Nguyen, P. A. (2023). Labor force demographics and corporate innovation. The Review of Financial Studies, 36(7), 2797-2838.
Devine, A., Jolin, I., Kok, N., & Yönder, E. (2024). How gender diversity shapes cities: Evidence from risk management decisions in REITs. Journal of Business Ethics, 189(4), 723-741.
Flavián, C., Belk, R. W., Belanche, D., & Casaló, L. V. (2024). Automated social presence in AI: Avoiding consumer psychological tensions to improve service value. Journal of Business Research175, 114545.
Hazzouri, M. E., El‐Bialy, R., Veresiu, E., & Main, K. J. (2023). Vulnerable consumer experiences of (dis) empowerment with consumer protection regulations. Journal of Consumer Affairs57(3), 1066-1088.
Hartman, L. M., Farahani, M., Moore, A., Manzoor, A., & Hartman, B. L. (2023). Organizational benefits of neurodiversity: Preliminary findings on autism and the bystander effect. Autism Research16(10), 1989-2001.

Hartman, L.M. & Hartman, B.L. (2024). An ethical advantage of autistic employees in the workplace. Frontiers in Psychology, 15:1364691. 

Kirkpatrick, I., Muzio, D., Kipping, M., & Hinings, B. (2023). Organizational dominance and the rise of corporate professionalism: The case of management consultancy in the UK. Journal of Professions and Organization10(3), 211-225.
Kotter, J. D., & Larkin, Y. (2024). Do Insiders Hire CEOs with High Managerial Talent?. Review of Finance, 28(1), 271-310.
Majzoubi, M., Zhao, E. Y., Zuzul, T., & Fisher, G. (2024). The double-edged sword of exemplar similarity. Organization Science.
Milevsky, M. A., & Salisbury, T. S. (2024). The Riccati Tontine: How to Satisfy Regulators on Average. arXiv preprint arXiv:2402.14555.
Mu, F., Shen, W., Bobocel, D. R., & Barron, A. H. (2024). Investigating gendered reactions to manager mistreatment: Testing the presumed role of prescriptive stereotypes. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
Neu, D., Saxton, G. D., Rahaman, A., & Taylor-Neu, K. (2023). The tone from the top: Editorials within the Journal of Accountancy. Accounting History28(3), 468-489.
Neu, D., & Saxton, G. D. (2023). Twitter bots, democratic deliberation and social accountability: the case of #OccupyWallStreet. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, (ahead-of-print).
Packard, G., Li, Y., & Berger, J. (2023). When language matters. Journal of Consumer Research, ucad080.
Rahaman, A. S., Neu, D., & Everett, J. (2024). Accounting artifacts and the reformation of a national healthcare system. Critical Perspectives on Accounting99, 102719.
Sadorsky, P., Henriques, I. Time and frequency dynamics between NFT coins and economic uncertainty. Financ Innov 10, 35 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40854-023-00565-4
Sargiacomo, M. & Everett, J. & Ianni, L.& D’Andreamatteo, A.. (2024). Auditing for fraud and corruption: A public-interest-based definition and analysis. The British Accounting Review. 56. 101355. 10.1016/j.bar.2024.101355.
Sandikci, O., Jafari, A., & Fischer, E. (2024). Claiming market ownership: Territorial activism in stigmatized markets. Journal of Business Research175, 114574.
Saravade, V., & Weber, O. (2024). Catalyzing the growth of green bonds: a closer look at the drivers and barriers of the Canadian green bond market. Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal.
Shahzad, S. J., Bouri, E., Karim, S., & Sadorsky, P. Extreme Tail Dependence Among Commodities and its Portfolio Implications. Available at SSRN 4765802.
Shantz, A. S., Zietsma, C., Kistruck, G. M., & Cruz, L. B. (2024). Exploring the relative efficacy of ‘within-logic contrasting’and ‘cross-logic analogizing’framing tactics for adopting new entrepreneurial practices in contexts of poverty. Journal of Business Venturing39(1), 106341..
Van De Vrande, V., Subramanian, A. M., Lévesque, M., & Klopf, P. (2024). The interdependent influence of lobbying and intellectual capital on new drug development. Research Policy, 53(2), 104938.
Zenkić, J., Mead, N. L., & Millet, K. (2023). When cash costs you: The pain of holding coins over banknotes. Journal of Consumer Psychology.
Names in “Bold” denote Schulich faculty 

Entries in “Italics” indicate publication in a FT50 journal 





Other Research Outputs

Book Chapters

Auster, A. “Values, Authenticity, and Responsible Leadership” in Dmytriyev, S. D., & Freeman, R. E. (Eds.). (2023).  Edward Freeman’s Selected Works on Stakeholder Theory and Business Ethics (Vol. 53). Springer Nature.
Belk, R.; Lima, V. “No Cash, No Coins, No Cards, But You: Biohacking the Future of Payments”. In: Bäckström, K., Egan-Wyer, C., Samsioe, E. (eds) (2024) The Future of Consumption. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-33246-3_16
Kipping, M. “Management Consultants: From Pariah to Hegemon?” in Gallouj, F., Gallouj, C., Monnoyer, M. C., & Rubalcaba, L. (Eds.). (2023). Elgar Encyclopedia of Services. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Veresiu, E. “Consumer Culture,” in Cait Lamberton, Derek Rucker, and Stephen Spiller(eds) (2023). The CambridgeHandbook of Consumer Psychology 2nd Edition. Cambridge University Press.
Sharifonnasabi, Z., Marius L., Fleura B., and Veresiu, E. “Global Mobilities,” in , eds. Eric J. Arnould, David Crockett, Craig J. Thompson, and Michelle Weinberger (2023) Consumer Culture Theory 2nd Edition Sage Publishing
Thompson, C.., Arnould, E. and Veresiu, E. in Eric J. Arnould, David Crockett, Craig J. Thompson, and Michelle Weinberger (eds) (2023) Consumer Culture Theory 2nd Edition Sage Publishing
Weber, O. “Multilateral development banks, corporations and banks:
public and private actors between brown and green strategies” in  Johannes Jäger, J. ; Dziwok, E. (eds) (2023) Understanding Green Finance: A Critical Assessment and Alternative Perspectives. Edward Elgar Publishing.

White Papers, Conference Proceedings, Conference Keynotes, etc.

Belk, R. “Transformative Netnography: Combining Representation, Social Media, and Participatory Action Research”. Proceedings of the 57th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences . January 2024.
Devine, A. “Breaking Barriers: Transforming Real Estate and Finance Institutions through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” – DePaul University – Driehaus College of Business – Department of Finance and Real Estate. April 2, 2024 (KEY NOTE ADDRESS)

Trade and Practitioner Literature

Annisette, M.; King, T.; Slaterio, S. (Feb. 2024) Identifying the pioneering Black professional accountants in Canada. Pivot Magazine. Chartered Professional Accountants Canada. https://www.cpacanada.ca/news/pivot-magazine/pioneering-black-accountants-canada
Buck, N. (November 2023) Green to the Core? Top business schools are drilling sustainability into their core curricula. Corporate Knights. https://www.corporateknights.com/rankings/top-40-mba-rankings/2023-better-world-mba/business-schools-sustainability-core-curricula/ (Mike Valente, Quoted)
Burgess, M. (Dec 6, 2023) Product News: Desjardins brings first ALDAs to marketing.ca. https://www.advisor.ca/investments/products/product-news-desjardins-brings-first-aldas-to-market/ (Moshe A. Milevsky, Quoted)
Friedmand, S.(Apr. 23, 2023). Your career doesn’t need to have a purpose. HBR Online. https://hbr.org/2024/04/your-career-doesnt-need-to-have-a-purpose
Got, J.. (March 11, 2024) The trouble with voluntary carbon markets. Investment Executive. https://www.investmentexecutive.com/newspaper_/focus-on-products/the-trouble-with-voluntary-carbon-markets/ (Olaf Weber, Quoted)
Mead, N. (Nov. 29, 2023) Try not to spend your annoying pennies, it adds up. Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-happy-consumer/202311/try-not-to-spend-your-annoying-pennies-it-adds-up

Names in “Bold” denote Schulich faculty 


Media Outreach, Interviews and General Audience Articles

Newspaper/News Site Interviews and Quotes

Dabu, C. (Jan 16, 2024) “It’s very addictive”: Temu hooks online shoppers amid concerns about online discount marketplace in Canada.  CTV News.  https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/it-s-very-addictive-temu-hooks-shoppers-amid-concerns-about-online-discount-marketplace-in-canada-1.6709240   (Markus Giesler, Quoted)
Nguyen, N., Godart, F., Hideg, I. Engel, Y. (Feb 2024) ‘Benevolent sexism’ in startups widens the gender gap by advantaging men over women. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/benevolent-sexism-in-startups-widens-the-gender-gap-by-advantaging-men-over-women-222486

This article was also republished on:

  1. Phys.org
  2. Winnipeg Free Press
Israelson, D. (2023, November 7). Q3 Industrial Market Remains Strong With Steady Demand For Logistics.. Globe and Mail https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/industry-news/property-report/article-q3-industrial-market-remains-strong-with-steady-demand-for-logistics/ (Jim Clayton, Quoted)
Wallcraft, S. (Feb 8, 2024). Does that EV actually cost more? A look at the psychology of sticker shock. Globe and Mail.  https://www.theglobeandmail.com/drive/mobility/article-does-that-ev-actually-cost-more-a-look-at-the-psychology-of-sticker/  (Markus Giesler, Quoted)

Radio Interviews

Moore in the Morning (March 2024). York University Professor Grant Packard Explains to Moore In the Morning Team How Personalized Offers Could Reshape Grocery Shopping. Newstalk 1010. (Grant Packard, Interviewed at length)


CIBC Perspectives (December 8, 2023) Olaf Weber & Dean Detlev Zwick: Investing in Sustainable Finance Education and Research with the Schulich School of Business. https://cibccm.com/en/insights/videos/investing-in-sustainable-finance-education-and-research-with-the-schulich-school-of-business/ (Dean Zwick & Olaf Weber Interviewed at length)
Graham, G. (Interviewer) (Fall 2023) Episode 45: Allison Halsall. Podcast or Perish. https://www.podcastorperish.ca/episodes/episode-045-alison-halsall . Accessed April 2024

Names in “Bold” denote Schulich faculty 

Awards and Honours

Schulich’s and Schulich’s were also honoured by their peers, ranking bodies and other stakeholders on multiple occasions during the Fall 2023-Winter 2024 time period. These honours include:

Corporate Knights

Highly Cited Researcher

Schulich’s Dean Impact Awards

During Schulich Research Day 2024, two Schulich faculty members were honoured by their peers and Dean Zwick with Research Impact awards:

  • Professor Irene Henriques was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding track record of scholarship and her wide array of academic service roles
  • Professor Adam Diamant  received the Emerging Leader Award, with Dean Zwick citing Professor Diamant’s “incredibly prolific” research.

Top Researchers In Canada – Research.com

Seven Schulich faculty members were recently ranked among the top researchers in Canada and among the best in the world, according to Research.com, a leading academic platform for researchers.

The Schulich researchers who made the ranking are:

  • Preet Aulakh, Pierre Lassonde Chair in International Business
  • Russell W. Belk, Kraft Foods Canada Chair in Marketing
  • Eileen Fischer, Associate Dean, Research and Anne & Max Tanenbaum Chair in Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise
  • Anoop Madhok, Scotiabank Chair in International Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Dirk Matten, Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Dean Neu, Professor of Accounting
  • Justin Tan, Newmont Mining Chair in Business Strategy