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Researchers at the Telfer School of Management have received over $1.1 million in new grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC). This funding will be distributed among 15 projects led by Telfer School professors.  Projects cover such diverse topics as innovation, entrepreneurship, decision support, mentoring, health systems improvement, aquaculture and accountability:

Jonathan Linton received $105,000 from NSERC to examine process improvement around new and emerging technologies within and across supply chains and $76,100 from SSHRC to study the use of new research valuation techniques to gain insights into research assessment and management.
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Joanne Leck, with Barbara Orser, received $120,000 from SSHRC to understand and address the shortage of business mentors in Canada.
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Wojtek Michalowski received $100,000 from NSERC to research methodologies for integrating clinical information at the point of care in order to enhance emergency department physician decision-making and improve patient care.
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Dan Lane received $95,000 from NSERC to develop marine evaluation systems for fisheries, oceans and aquaculture management.  He and a team of 19 researchers from across Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, and Jamaica received $29,560 from SSHRC in funding towards the development of a network grant proposal in excess of $1.5 million focusing on helping coastal communities adapt to global warming.
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Morad Benyoucef received $93,500 from NSERC to understand and design negotiation services for the online marketplace.
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Jonathan Patrick received $90,000 from NSERC to examine large-scale Markov decision processes in the healthcare management field.
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Mark Freel received $88,919 from SSHRC to study complexity, novelty and innovation networking in small firms.
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Sarah Ben Amor received $85,000 from NSERC to model the impact of additional information on decision-making in situations of uncertainty.
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Scott Ensign received $72,500 from SSHRC to develop instructional Canadian case studies.
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Allan Riding, with Judith Madill, Mark Freel and Tyler Chamberlin, received $65,000 from SSHRC to understand the impact of debt financing on research & development intensive small and medium-sized firms.
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David Doloreux, with Mark Freel, received $65,000 from SSHRC to examine innovation in knowledge-intensive industries from an international perspective.
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Martine Spence received $60,000 from SSHRC to develop best-practice models for sustainable development by small and medium Canadian firms.
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Merridee Bujaki received $27,886 from SSHRC to undertake an archival study of management, accounting, governance and accountability during the construction of the Rideau Waterway.
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Yuri Khoroshilov received $59,795 from the SSHRC to construct an improved model of takeover auctions by understanding how the target firm’s ability of renegotiate a final price with the winning bidder affects the behaviour of both the bidder and the firm targeted for takeover.
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