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Business Leader Ratan Tata Receives Honorary Degree at Schulich Convocation

Ratan N. Tata, Chairman Emeritus of one of India’s largest conglomerates and a global leader in corporate social responsibility, received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from York University during the Schulich's Spring Convocation ceremony.

Schulich’s Hult Prize finalists explain winning concept

In an article published in The Huffington Post, Hemanth Soni, Chief Technology Officer of the first Schulich team to win the right to compete in the Hult Prize global finals in New York in September, explains the team's winning idea for an inexpensive way to diagnose type-2 diabetes mellitus in urban slums. Read his article.

Schulich celebrates 45 years of Arts and Media Administration MBA Program

On Monday, May 5th, seventy-five ARTM alumni, graduating students, faculty, advisory board members and staff gathered to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Schulich’s MBA Program in Arts and Media Administration and to honour the program’s founders: Jim Gillies, Paul Schafer, Brian Dixon and Joe Green.

Schulich’s first entrepreneur-in-residence sits down with The Globe and Mail to discuss his success stories and screw-ups

Chris Carder, co-founder of design and technology lab Kinetic Café, was named Schulich's first entrepreneur-in-residence in January

Leading expert in consumer behaviour and product design joins Schulich School of Business

30 July 2014

TORONTO, ON – Wednesday, July 30, 2014 – The Schulich School of Business at York University is pleased to announce that consumer behaviour expert Theodore J. Noseworthy, PhD has joined the School’s leading marketing faculty as an associate professor. A much-published scholar in new product design and innovation, Noseworthy’s research and teaching focuses on how [...]

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Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference draws experts from around the world

11 July 2014

The Critical Perspectives on Accounting (CPA) seminar was held on the Schulich School of Business Keele Street campus in early July. This was the first time that this conference – typically held in New York City– was held on Canadian soil.

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Posted in News & Events

Schulich To Honour Business Leader Ratan Tata

03 July 2014

Ratan N. Tata, Chairman Emeritus of one of India’s largest conglomerates and a global leader in corporate social responsibility, received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from York University during the Spring Convocation ceremony for the Schulich School of Business.

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Posted in Media Releases

‘Regulatory creep’ may inject new risk into markets by creating uncertainty

20 June 2014

"Regulatory creep" may inject new risk into markets by creating uncertainty, says James Darroch, Director of Schulich's Financial Services Program, in an interview with Investment Executive.

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Posted in Faculty, News & Events, Schulich in the Media, Uncategorized

It’s a proud Schulich tradition. Join Class Gift 2014.

19 June 2014

As Convocation approaches, many Schulich students are preparing to begin their careers and move on to the next phase of their lives. But first, please think about the legacy you’d like to leave behind here at Schulich. Giving back is a proud Schulich tradition and past graduating classes have led successful campaigns in support of their School. Now it’s your turn to “pay it forward” as a new graduate.

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Posted in News & Events, Students

Does the Weather Influence Global Stock Returns?

16 June 2014

Schulich Associate Professor of Finance Ming Dong and PhD student Andreanne Tremblay used data from Thomson Reuters' global equity indices to examine the effect of local weather on the main market index in 49 countries from 1973 to 2012. Their findings are reported by The Economist in the article, "Jackpost frost: Cold weather and stock market returns go hand-in-hand".

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Posted in Faculty, News & Events, Research, Schulich in the Media, Students, Uncategorized

Alumni share insights at Women in Business 2014

13 June 2014

Judging by the record attendance at Schulich’s Women in Business 2014 event, co-sponsored by KPMG, there is a growing interest in learning more about the MBA and IMBA experience. In her opening remarks, Ozench Ibrahim, a partner with KPMG LLP and a member of York University’s Board of Governors, encouraged the 163 people attending the [...]

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Posted in Alumni, News & Events

Globe column by Executive-in-Residence Paul Tsaparis recommends entrepreneurship as a viable career option

12 June 2014

In the latest of a series of his leadership columns published by The Globe and Mail, Schulich Executive-in-Residence Paul Tsaparis writes about “A viable fix for Ontario’s youth unemployment problem”. If I were 24 years old today, I’d likely be doing exactly what many enterprising young graduates are already doing – creating my own job [...]

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Posted in Schulich in the Media

Schulich researchers awarded $30,000 to study value to businesses of contributing to open-source software

11 June 2014

‘What is the value for Canadian businesses of contributing to open-source software?’ Schulich School of Business researchers are to answer this question for first time after receiving a $30,000 grant from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). The study, led by Professor Ellen Auster, Strategic Management/Policy and Director of the Schulich Centre for Teaching Excellence, [...]

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New book by Schulich economist Don Thompson explores the new economic order in the art world

05 June 2014

Acquiring contemporary art is about passion and lust, but it is also about branding, about the back story that comes with the art, about the relationship of money and status, and, sometimes, about celebrity.

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Posted in Faculty, Schulich in the Media