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This research focuses on the accounts payable function in construction firms. The cash conversion cycle includes accounts payable and accounts receivable support functions. Research objectives focus on mapping the existing accounts payable processes in construction, building a model to represent...
The two essays in this dissertation help us to better understand the types, functions, and effects of management and accounting requirements within non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the way they are implicated in the process of constructing and managing international development in...
Aversive conditioning on horse back: A management alternative for grassland systems threatened by sedentary elk populationsDownload
Loss of migratory behaviour in ungulates has been observed worldwide and invites new tools for managing the habitat degradation that results from these sedentary populations. We assessed use of aversive conditioning on horseback as a means of reducing grazing pressure and restoring migratory...
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2018: This exploratory research focuses on the connection between board membership and art philanthropy in the performing arts (i.e. theatre, symphony, ballet, opera). Art patronage, from the Renaissance, through nation-state promotions of culture is recognized as having...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2015: The proposed work will examine three theoretically important, yet previously unexplored, linkages between experience with an emerging technology and lock-in to that technology but not to others. (1) The impact that repeated practice has on consumers' emotional attachment...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2015: Companies such as Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Apple have turned emerging technologies into pervasive products by quickly capturing dominant market shares and locking consumers into their eco-systems. Prior research has indicated that "cognitive lock-in" plays a...
SSHRC IG awarded 2020: Social desirability bias (SDB) is a significant threat to the validity of organizational research because it can inflate, attenuate, or moderate structural relationships depending on the testing situation, the questioning methods employed, individual differences in the...
Enhancing productive capacity in the Canadian Arctic: Assessing the effectiveness of instream habitat structures in habitat compensationDownload
We examined the effectiveness of physical habitat structures (ramps, V-weirs, vanes, and groins) at increasing the productive capacity of a newly created 3.4-km artificial stream in the Barrenlands region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. We quantified changes in fish density and growth in...