MSc and PhD in Management
Lazaridis School study uses effects of weather to challenge high-frequency trading strategiesA study by Andriy Shkilko, associate professor of Finance, and PhD candidate Konstantin Sokolov, uses detailed weather data to examine the impact of disrupting microwave networks on the stability and trading costs of the market.
Lazaridis School Research DayNovember 10th was the inaugural Lazaridis School Research Day, featuring short presentations followed by Q&A sessions from Lazaridis School PhD in Management students and faculty on topics ranging from workplace fairness to food waste, consumer decisions on seeking professional financial advice to evaluating experiential marketing campaigns.
2016/17 Ontario Graduate Scholarship Winners
Congratulations to Tina Arabian (SCOTM), Peter Fisher (OB/HRM), Samantha Hancock (OB/HRM), Annika Hillebrandt (OB/HRM), Mohammad Jourabchi (SCOTM), Su Kyung (Irene) Kim (OB/HRM) and Konstantin Sokolov (Financial Economics), who each won an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) valued at $15,000 for 2016/17.
Recent PhD in Management: OB/HRM Publications
Congrats to Francisca Saldanha (PhD OB/HRM '18) for publishing Facilitating Forgiveness in Organizational Contexts: Exploring the Injustice Gap, Emotions, and Expressive Writing Interventions and to David Whiteside (PhD OB/HRM '15) for publishing The Face of Fairness: Self-Awareness as a Means to Promote Fairness among Managers with Low Empathy, both of which can be found in the Journal of Business Ethics.
Located in the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics, our graduate programs in Management provide you with both theoretical and practical understanding of the complex problems of business management. Our management programs allow you to focus your study and research in one of five areas: Accounting, Financial Economics, Marketing, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, and Supply Chain, Operations and Technology Management.
The Lazaridis School has a long history of attracting outstanding students and developing them into leaders with the skills demanded by a rapidly changing and complex global business environment. It is in this intensive and engaging learning environment that we offer our doctoral and master's programs.
Our candidates graduate with the skills, knowledge and experience in demand by universities, industry and government, including the ability to conduct leading-edge research, teach in top business schools and develop close working relationships with key researchers in their fields.
The management programs are highly selective, accepting just a few candidates annually into each field. Candidates have the opportunity to collaborate on research projects with renowned faculty and other graduate students, co-author publications and participate in research seminars. They develop the analytical skills critical for understanding and researching the management process in a challenging and stimulating environment.