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SMS 41st Annual Conference Imagination and Inspiration: Creating Strategy Breakthroughs in a Discordant WorldImagination and inspiration in business scholarship and...

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UTP Talks: Global University Rankings

UTP Talks Presents: Moving Beyond Rankings: Post Pandemic Recover Join Michelle Stack of Global University Rankings and the Politics of...

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Big Ideas Speaker Series at Rotman Presents: Book Launch: Decoding CEO-Speak with Joel Amernic. *** Click here for more information...

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Women, Power, and Political Representation: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives

Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant and Erin Tolley talk us through their new book, Women, Power, and Political Representation, and discuss why it is such a pressing topic with the Canadian federal election just around the corner.

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An Opportunity We Cannot Afford to Miss: Applying Hard-Won Lessons from Prior Crises to Post-Pandemic Economies

Dangerous Opportunities examines the Home Capital crisis of 2017, a watershed moment in Canadian financial markets. Stephanie Ben-Ishai discusses how we can avoid repeating past mistakes in the nearing post-pandemic economic reality.

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Writing a Biography on Baldomero Espartero

The Sword of Luchana tells the story of the charismatic nineteenth-century figure Baldomero Espartero. Adrian Shubert tells us why he decided to write a biography on Baldomero Espartero, an enigmatic figure who went on to become the most influential general in nineteenth century Spanish politics.

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