Topic: Press Release

Sauder School of Business and Copenhagen Business School Forge Strategic Partnership

Tagged: Partnerships, International, Press Release

The Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) have announced a strategic alliance to dramatically increase collaboration. Motivated by shared values and a similar academic culture, and building on an active 16-year exchange partnership, the institutions signed an agreement providing stronger ties across a broad range of initiatives, including research, academic programs, student and faculty exchange, and other scholarly pursuits.

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Sauder professor part of network to receive $8-million in funding toward smart car technology research

Tagged: Faculty, Research, Working with Business, Press Release, Partnerships

Sauder associate professor Garland Chow is a member of a research network that has been awarded a $5-million grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and an additional $3-million from industry partners towards a large-scale research program that will transform the way Canadians drive.

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China’s Minister of Transport to address Canada-China cooperation at UBC Sauder School of Business conference on transportation corridors

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Industry experts and key decision- and policy-makers, including China’s minister of transport and Alberta’s minister of international and intergovernmental relations, will explore catalysts that will improve Canada’s Asia-Pacific gateway and other transport corridors at an international conference hosted by the Sauder School of Business.

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Sauder study: Young, male, testosterone-fuelled CEOs more likely to start or drop deals

Tagged: Faculty, Research, In the News, Press Release

Too much testosterone can be a deal breaker, according to Sauder School of Business researchers at the University of British Columbia. Their paper, to be published in the INFORMS journal Management Science on September 10, shows that young CEOs with more of the steroidal hormone in their system are more likely to initiate, scrap or resist mergers and acquisitions.

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