Honours an individual with at least ten years of service at the rank of full professor, and scholarly activities that have been and continue to be of outstanding merit with substantial international impact.
Linda Duxbury has published widely in both the academic and practitioner literatures in the area of work-family conflict, change management, supportive work environments, employee wellbeing, role overload, telework, the use and impact of office technology, managing the new workforce and supportive management.
Dr. Kumar’s research interests are in the areas of enterprise system adoption and implementation, e-commerce technology strategy, supply chain management, the improvement of production and operations systems, manufacturing flexibility, technology transfer, quality in R&D, and sustainability in supply chain.
Recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of a retired full professor during their career at the University and their significant ongoing research activities at the University.
Louise is a Distinguished Research Professor and Professor Emerita at the Sprott School of Business. Her research and professional interests focus on marketing and business strategy. Her research covers many areas of marketing with emphasis on consumer behaviour and decision making, especially country and brand cue use. She has been identified as one of the most published authors of research in country image and branding. Her research interests also include many dimensions of food marketing, including consumer acceptance of new food technologies, domestic vs. international food selection, food promotion to children, and wine marketing.
Vijay is a Distinguished Research Professor at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University and a leading authority in corporate finance and performance. His expertise is in the area of corporate performance, corporate governance, taxation and the role of capital markets in financing the enterprises including initial public offerings. He is an active researcher and has received over a $1 million in research grants. He also consults extensively for many government departments, crown corporations, and private sector firms in Canada, U.S., Caribbean, Europe and South Africa.
Moses is a Professor Emeritus and Distinguished Research Professor of Management and International Business at the Sprott School of Business. His research focuses on Africa as it connects to the rest of the world. He is interested in the study of conceptual and practical questions of building state and non-state capacities in open societies for the facilitation of effective, gainful and equitable participation in the global economy and society. His work also examines development issues related to China and Africa, as well as Canada and Africa.
Nicolas is Distinguished Research Professor and former Chancellor’s Professor of Marketing and International Business at the Sprott School of Business. He is recognized worldwide as a leading researcher in international market selection, place images, and nation branding. His interests span marketing and broader business issues, particularly in the international context (including expansion strategy, global positioning, country image effects on buyer behaviour, and the role of trade blocs and free trade zones), as well as brand management, social marketing applications, management education, and macromarketing.
Fulbright Canada and Carleton University have established dedicated research chairs that will allow extraordinary American scholars and top-tier researchers to spend one academic year as a visiting research scholar working in a targeted area of academic inquiry.
Kevin Boudreau is the Fulbright Canada Distinguished Research Chair in Entrepreneurship, visiting Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business, in 2022 and 2023. He is currently an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Northeastern University. Kevin studies how to optimize business models and the organization of digital platforms and digital organizational infrastructure. Much of his work involves analysis of large data sets and working with platform engineers and data scientists to embed experiments within “live” working platforms. He has degrees in Engineering (Waterloo), Economics (Toronto), and Behavioral and Policy Sciences (MIT). His research has been generously funded by the Fulbright Foundation, G.E. Corp., Google, the Kaufmann Foundation, Microsoft, the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Paris Chamber of Commerce, and the Sloan Foundation.
This award, provided by Carleton’s Office of the Vice-President, Research and International and selected by a committee of past recipients, provides 10 faculty members across campus with funds in support of a research project.
Mohamed Al Guindy is an Assistant Professor of Finance. Prof. Al Guindy's research on Dynamic Networks in Financial Markets will construct a dynamic network view of the economy based on social media discussions and use this network view to study the diffusion and propagation of shocks, such as COVID-19. This research explores how shocks propagate in the economy and which firms or clusters of firms are most central. Through his research, he aims to focus on these dynamic networks with particular emphasis on the connections between and among firms, how these connections form and fade, and what the result of a large shock does to the economy or an industry.
The Research Achievement Awards are administered by the Office of the Vice-President (Research and International) to recognize exceptional accomplishments by members of Carleton University.
The Carol-Ann Tetrault Sirsly award is an internal award given to a faculty member at the Sprott School of Business who published in high quality peer reviewed journals in the previous year.
Alan Cai is a Professor in Supply Chain Management at the Sprott School of Business. Alan's research interests include three main streams: 1) supply chain management, 2) quality management, and 3) environmental management. His research focuses on the relationships between business partners in the supply chain process and the social influences that are embedded into supply chain decision-making. This research will contribute to better understanding how to develop, maintain, and grow supplier interactions.
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