Asper Research News Archive
November 15, 2020 —
Asper School of Business Marketing Professor and F. Ross Johnson Fellow, Dr. Fang Wan had the opportunity to provide her insights and discuss the strategies and effectiveness of Manitoba's recent COVID related lock-down communications on CJOB last Thursday, November 12.
October 29, 2020 —
Dr. Zhenzhen Fan, an Assistant Professor at the Asper School of Business, recently had her paper Moment Risk Premia and Stock Return Predictability published in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (JFQA). With a reputation as one of the top finance journals on the market, being placed in this publication is a significant academic achievement. According to Cambridge University Press, “the JFQA prints less than 9% of the more than 1,000 manuscripts submitted annually.”
October 7, 2020 —
Dr. Victor Cui, Asper Associate Professor in Business Strategy, has been awarded a prestigious Social Services and Humanities Council Research (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant to support his research on the impact that star inventors have on exploratory innovation in technology firms.
October 1, 2020 —
Our ban on hydrogen airships is misguided and needs to be revoked, prof argues
September 9, 2020 —
Asper Assistant Professor in Finance, Dr. Shiu-Yik (Yik) Au, and his co-investigator, Andréanne Tremblay from Université Lavalhave been awarded a prestigious Social Services and Humanities Council Research Insight Grant (SSHRC) Insight Grant to support their research on the impact discrimination has on firm value.
November 26, 2015 —
Luke Zhu has uncovered some of the subconscious cues that influence what foods you choose to eat
September 29, 2015 —
Two Asper alumni are committing support to a new series of world-class academic conferences to be held biennially over the next 10 years
June 22, 2015 —
JCR has named the U of M one of the leading post-secondary institutions for training "top scholars of the future"
June 5, 2015 —
Asper PhD student Ray Lavoie is studying how flow — the psychological state of “being in the zone” — leads to positive and negative user experiences in new technologies such as augmented reality and social media
May 12, 2015 —
A new study suggests that both people and the governments they serve can gain social approval by merely talking about cooperating and helping others