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Monthly Archives: May 2012

Professor Margaret Dalziel Measures the Impact of Government Investments in Research and Innovation

Professor Margaret Dalziel is presenting a paper on measuring the impact of government investments in research and innovation at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Waterloo, Ontario. The study is slated for publication in the June issue of Optimum Online, a joint initiative of the Centre on Governance, University of Ottawa, and   …Continue Reading


Alumni in the Lead: Russ Morgan, BCom 2005

Russ Morgan is a Telfer School of Management alumnus that likes to keep busy. Aside from his professional life as a strategy and marketing professional, over the last three years he has started and run a non-profit alongside his brother and a small board. Dedicated to eliminating poverty in the developing world, Building Walls of   …Continue Reading


Sylvain Durocher Awarded CGA-Canada /CAAA Grant

Sylvain Durocher has been awarded a $10,000 grant from CGA-Canada and the Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) to research “Comprehensive Income Information: A User’s Perspective.” Dr. Durocher, Logan Katz Fellow and Associate Professor at the Telfer School, focuses his research on accounting standard-setting, studying it from different theoretical perspectives. His new project, with Anne Fortin   …Continue Reading


Micheál Kelly named Dean of the Laurier School of Business & Economics

Micheál Kelly, former Dean of the Telfer School of Management (2000-2010), has been named as Dean at Wilfrid Laurier University’s School of Business & Economics. His mandate will start in July. We wish him the best of luck in his new endeavour. The Wilfrid Laurier University News Release follows below.  April 30, 2012 – WATERLOO   …Continue Reading


Performance Through the Lens of Data

Jacomo Corbo examines how information flows affect organizational performance Problems such as organizational productivity and innovation management traditionally have not been tackled in a very data-intensive way, because of a paucity of data. That gap has been hard to fill because a strong case for collecting and scrutinizing data has not been made. But that’s   …Continue Reading