“A critical mass of new research shows that the quality of business decisions can increase when more voices are heard. It’s our goal to empower those voices and ensure they have the ability to shine through.”
- Dean Robert Helsley, Grosvenor Professor of Cities, Business Economics and Public Policy
A new study from the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business suggests troubling perceptions exist when it comes to women involved in disputes at work.
Third-year Sauder BCom student Patricia Sayer has been selected as one of this year’s Ch’nook Scholars.
Professor Kai Li’s most recent research was motivated by her long-standing interest in corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions. Together with her colleagues Wei Jiang at Columbia University and Wei Wang from Queens University, Professor Li has been examining what role hedge funds play in firms undergoing Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
This past weekend, January 9 to 12, a team of Sauder BCom students placed first in the Manitoba International Marketing Competition (MIMC) – the largest undergraduate marketing competition in Canada.
Sauder students in the course Design Strategies for Business Innovation are partnering with Vancouver businesses to help them reduce their carbon footprints.
Professor Kai LiNew Sauder research: Women directors get better deals in mergers and acquisitions
Cathy Han, UBC BCom and CEOSauder grads revolutionize retail
Professor Joey HoeggWhen perks don’t work
Janice Cheam, UBC BCom and CEOBeating the Kickstarter odds to make homes smarter
Professor Katherine WhiteWhy fashionistas dislike copycats