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9th Annual ARCS Research Conference

June 1416, 2017
Hosted by the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University

9th Annual Ivey/ARCS PhD Sustainability Academy

September 2225, 2016
Hosted by the Ivey Business School at Western University

8th Annual ARCS Research Conference

May 1820, 2016
Hosted by the Leeds School of Business at University of Colorado, Boulder

8th Annual ARCS Research Conference at the Leeds School of Business

The 8th Annual ARCS Research Conference was hosted by the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder from May 18-20, 2016. The Conference Chair was Jeffrey York,  Assistant Professor  of Management and Entrepreneurship. The conference brought together 80 scholars, students and practitioners from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives interested in advancing research on…

ARCS President Magali Delmas Discusses "Skyrocketing Greenwashing" with the NY Times

ARCS President Magali Delmas is widely quoted in the October 17, 2015 NY Times article "Social Responsibility That Rubs Right Off" - an article inspired by the recent Volkswagen emissions-rigging scandal. “The prevalence of greenwashing has skyrocketed in recent years,” Magali Delmas, a professor of management at the University of…

What Makes Public Disclosure Effective? The Case of Fracking Disclosure in Canada

We recently published a report on “The Effectiveness of Fracking Disclosure Regimes in Canada.” Our research was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada as part of its Imagining Canada’s Future Initiative. Overall, our research had three phases. First, we searched prior studies to identify factors which have been shown to…

Research: Who's Lobbying Congress on Climate Change

To many, political lobbying is seen as a way to advance special interests at the expense of the greater good. So when it comes to lobbying on climate change, the prevailing public view is that most firms lobby against climate regulations — such as those aiming to curb carbon emissions — because greater regulation threatens industry.…

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