Professor Daniel Skarlicki explores how therapeutic writing can improve employee well being and productivity.
Cancer touches the lives of almost every Canadian according to 2011 Canadian Cancer Statistics, which report that one in four people is expected to die from various incarnations of the disease. Sauder's Professor Martin Puterman is working to ease the suffering associated with cancer by researching how to improve decision-making processes associated with treatment access.
Ever wondered why it’s hard to find an interesting meal in small towns? And sometimes even in big cities? Assistant Professor Nathan Schiff has, and he is using his interest in urban economics to answer those questions and numerous others.
Assistant Professor Zhang has been investigating whether a Chief Financial Officer’s individual style has an impact on firms’ financial reporting decisions.
Why would anyone choose to become an entrepreneur when most salaried employees make more money than most entrepreneurs?