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Ivona Hideg Associate Professor; Ann Brown Chair in Organization Studies
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  • Is Health Care Philanthropy for the Rich?

    Is Health Care Philanthropy for the Rich?

    Irene Henriques
    Professor of Sustainability & Economics
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  • Research Shows which Foods Boost Social Media Engagement   

    Research Shows which Foods Boost Social Media Engagement   

    Theodore J. Noseworthy
    Associate Professor of Marketing
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  • Researching Ways Retailers can Reduce Losses due to Theft

    Researching Ways Retailers can Reduce Losses due to Theft

    M. Johnny Rungtusanatham
    Professor of Operations Management & Information Systems
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  • Stock Market Concentration Stifling Economic Growth, Access to Capital and Innovation

    Stock Market Concentration Stifling Economic Growth, Access to Capital and Innovation

    Kee-Hong Bae
    Professor of Finance
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  • Making Commercial Buildings More Energy Efficient: Four Proven Strategies

    Making Commercial Buildings More Energy Efficient: Four Proven Strategies

    Avis Devine
    Associate Professor, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructure
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  • Research Showcase

    Schulich has celebrated three Research Day’s to date. Research teams are on hand at each event to explain and discuss their posters showcasing leading-edge management thinking to visitors from the university and business communities.

    Presentations included research projects across all management disciplines and industries. Many of the studies were cross-disciplinary and involved collaboration with researchers in other York University faculties, as well as other universities.