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Research Overviews


Research is central to what we do here at the Hill and Levene Schools of Business and it is important to us that the research we do is relevant and makes an impact in our community. We've taken on a new project to highlight key findings of recent journal articles in language that is accessible to the general public.

FileDr. Zhou Zhang's research article "All for one or all for three: Empirical evidence of paradox theory in the triple-bottom-line."
FileDr. Shelagh Campbell's research article "Peering Inside the “Black Box”: The Impact of Management-Side Representatives on the Industrial Relations Climate of Organizations."
File Dr. Nkongolo-Bakenda's research article "Exploring the organizing and strategic factors of diasporic transnational entrepreneurs in Canada: An empirical study."
File Dr. Tuckers's research article "Revisiting vulnerability: Comparing young and adult workers’ safety voice intentions under different supervisory conditions"
File Erin Lord's (MAdmin '20) research paper "Advancing Women in Leadership"
File Dr. Moroz's research article "Indigenous works and two eyed seeing: Mapping the case for Indigenous-led research"
File Dr. Pennycook's research article "Lazy, not biased: Susceptibility to partisan fake news is better explained by lack of reasoning than by motivated reasoning"
File Dr. Almehdawe's research article "Economic Growing Quantity"