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University of Ottawa professor Barbara Orser and alumna Margo Crawford (MBA ’97) suggest that developing a robust, inclusive economy not only requires a policy reboot for Canada’s feminist recovery plan but also a better understanding of who our business leaders are. Read more ›

Supporting the Backbone of Canada’s Economy: SME Growth and Financing Programs

Professor Miwako Nitani has been awarded an Insight Grant by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) to map the entire growth path of SMEs and the impact of financing programs and other federal policy interventions on this trajectory. Read more ›

Reem El Attar tells a story of immigrants' interpersonal experiences in the workplace

Graduate students at the Telfer School of Management tell the stories of their research. M.Sc. student Reem tells a research story of immigrants’ interpersonal experiences in the workplace. Read more ›

Challenging Myths about People Living with Disabilities in the Workplace

People living with disabilities not only face barriers in daily life, they also face adversity on the labor market. Why do they not experience the same access to work opportunities as their counterparts without disabilities do? The most likely culprit is misinformation: employers still believe in unfounded myths about how people living with disabilities are likely to perform in the workplace.  Read more ›

Research shows how three external factors impact gender diversity of corporate boards

In a new study, Professor Walid Ben Amar from the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa and his co-authors evaluated how a combination of socio-economic, individual, and legal factors influence gender diversity in the composition of board of directors. Read more ›

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