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Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship welcomes new director

July 21, 2017 — 
La Royce Batchelor, karate sensei and entrepreneur since age 15, joins our community

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All the rage

July 18, 2017 — 
New research at Asper suggests that anger promotes economic conservatism

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Asper prof talks interest rate hike

July 13, 2017 — 
Steven Zheng weighed in on the recent Bank of Canada interest rate hike on CJOB Radio

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Knowing how to pick ‘em

July 10, 2017 — 
Two Asper MBA students have placed in the ETF Global Portfolio Challenge’s Top 25

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IBEP advisor shares her story with Canada’s Senate

July 6, 2017 — 
Tiffany Monkman travelled to Ottawa to take part in the 2017 Indigenous Youth Leaders at the Senate program

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14 Asper students and 8 students from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beersheva, Israel

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Asper students build relationships on study exchange program in Israel

July 4, 2017 — 
The program allows all participants to learn about other cultures and to build strong business relationships and lifelong friendships

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Grieving and Giving

June 30, 2017 — 
Asper PhD student Sara Penner is exploring what motivates people to make donations and memorial gifts

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Going Global: Asper MBAs experience Switzerland

June 26, 2017 — 
When Asper MBA student Jeremiah Kopp and 30 of his classmates arrived in Switzerland this April, the excitement was palpable

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In the News: Asper prof talks Sears closures

June 23, 2017 — 
Kelley Main, associate professor of marketing and head of the Marketing Department at the Asper School of Business, says it’s hard to say if there’s a future ahead for Sears, but that any path forward might do well to leverage the value of Sears’ long history as part of Canada’s consumer culture and heritage

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Op-ed: Federal carbon policy trying to sell politics, not decrease in greenhouse gas emissions

June 21, 2017 — 
The nationwide price-on-carbon proposed by the federal Liberal government to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is a topical subject, with lots of debate and discussion. What this action will really mean to the public at large, however, remains unclear.

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