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Telfer School faculty are presenting innovative research in the fields of finance, marketing, information systems, international business, and technology and information management at this year’s Administrative Sciences Association of Canada conference in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

The work presented during June 9 to 12 at Memorial University includes:

Best paper, tourism and sport management
Using Internet-Based and web 2.0 technologies to Attract the Wine Tourist: An International Comparison
Leighann C. Neilson (Carleton University) and Judith Madill (Telfer School).

Best paper, information systems
Au cœur de la transformation de la fonction TI : Une analyse du travail institutionnel de ses entrepreneurs
Manon Guillemette (Université de Sherbrooke), Muriel Mignerat (Telfer School), and Guy Paré (HEC Montréal).

Honourable mention, information systems category
Stand-Alone Literature Reviews in Information Systems Research: Development of a Taxonomy of Review Types and Assessment of Current Practices
Guy Paré (HEC Montréal), Marie-Claude Trudel (HEC Montréal), and Mirou Jaana (Telfer School).

The following papers were also being presented:

  • The Relative Importance of Firms, Universities, Governments, and Nonprofits as Innovation Intermediaries
    Weiwei Wu (MSc in Management graduate) and Margaret Dalziel (Telfer School).

  • Patterns of Innovation in Renewable Technologies in Canada, the USA, China, and South Korea Post Kyoto
    Xiao Zhao (MSc in Management student) and Ajax Persaud (Telfer School).

  • Système de rémunération pour un entrepreneur général : Iranian Offshore Engineering and Construction Company (IOEC)
    Ahmad Theymouri (University of Ottawa graduate student) and Jules Carrière (Telfer School).

  • The Relationship between Export Success Factors and Export Performance
    Sadrudin Ahmed (Telfer School) and Juan Rock T. (Universidad de Talca).

  • Capital Constraints and Syndication of Early Stage Venture Capital Investment
    Miwako Nitani and Allan Riding (Telfer School).

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