Sauder Professor Maurice Levi looks at the world of finance through a different lens. From delving into how testosterone plays a role in mergers and acquisitions to the effects of weather and daylight-saving time on the way people trade stock, Levi is looking for innovative answers to why markets can go wrong.
TIME Magazine covers Prof. Maurice Levi’s new study exploring the effect of birth date on corporate success.
Sauder School of Business researchers at the University of British Columbia have found that a person’s date of birth can affect their climb up the corporate ladder.
Sauder Prof. Darren Dahl's new study suggests when consumers perceive they are at fault, they are more likely to complain.
As co-chair of the Association for Consumer Research (ACR) annual conference, Sauder School of Business Associate Professor Juliet Zhu is welcoming more than 1,000 consumer behaviour researchers from universities worldwide and industry insiders to the city from October 4 to 7.