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Politics - 05.06.2024
Publication: "Hard Lessons in Corporate Governance"
Hard Lessons in Corporate Governance provides an accessible introduction to the various failed attempts at using corporate governance to improve society. It introduces the record of these failures and illuminates hard lessons spread across thousands of empirical studies. If we look at the outcomes generated by various corporate governance 'best' practices, we find that none of the practices work.

Politics - Innovation - 15.05.2024
Democracy at a critical crossroads

Politics - 08.05.2024
Show me your car and I’ll tell you who you vote for
A new UdeM study examines how a person's lifestyle influences our assumptions about their political leanings and how valid those assumptions are. Can we infer a person's voting preferences from their lifestyle choices' Are certain characteristics, such as the type of car you drive or leisure activities, really associated with different political parties' The answer seems to be yes, according to a new study by Catherine Ouellet , a professor in the Department of Political Science at Université de Montréal.

Politics - Campus - 15.04.2024
UBC experts on 2024 federal budget
UBC experts on 2024 federal budget

Politics - Campus - 23.02.2024
Flourishing through diplomacy and creativity

Innovation - Politics - 27.11.2023
What if ChatGPT were good for ethics?
Three big challenges - educational, democratic and legal - are raised by the growing popularity of Open AI's chatbot, says UdeM philosophy professor Marc-Antoine Dilhac.

Politics - Campus - 09.11.2023
Remembrance Day 2023

Religions - Politics - 09.11.2023
Are courses in ethics and religious culture a thing of the past?
Are courses in ethics and religious culture a thing of the past?

Politics - Computer Science - 30.10.2023
What can make AI safer?
UdeM's Yoshua Bengio and Catherine Régis are set to participate in the AI Safety Summit in England. On Wednesday and Thursday, world experts on artificial intelligence will gather at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, England for the AI Safety Summit 2023 .

Politics - Campus - 24.10.2023
How our university responds to world events

Innovation - Politics - 26.09.2023
Balsillie School receives $5 million for responsible technology

Social Sciences - Politics - 17.07.2023
Sheryl Lightfoot appointed United Nations chair on Indigenous peoples’ rights

Politics - 24.05.2023
If I think you’re going to vote, I’ll vote too
A Ph.D. candidate in political science at UdeM has studied the influence of social pressure on whether people vote.

Politics - Law - 18.05.2023
University of Toronto Mississauga students lead efforts to understand justice in global conflicts
University of Toronto Mississauga students lead efforts to understand justice in global conflicts
A group of students at the University of Toronto Mississauga are at the forefront of efforts to understand transitional justice across the globe - a scholarly field that confronts how to pursue accou

Health - Politics - 28.04.2023
A time of challenge and opportunity for science communicators

Politics - Campus - 20.04.2023
Donation by Chinese philanthropists: UdeM reallocates funds to other projects
Donation by Chinese philanthropists: UdeM reallocates funds to other projects

Environment - Politics - 19.04.2023
UBC experts on Earth Day 2023
UBC experts on Earth Day 2023

Health - Politics - 17.04.2023
Alumna Anjum Sultana says University of Toronto gave her 'the tools to be a global citizen'
Alumna Anjum Sultana says University of Toronto gave her ’the tools to be a global citizen’

Politics - Health - 27.03.2023
UBC experts on 2023 federal budget
UBC experts on 2023 federal budget

Politics - 24.03.2023
UdeM professor among Canada's top foreign-policy influencers
UdeM professor among Canada’s top foreign-policy influencers

Politics - 22.03.2023
UBC experts on President Biden's first official visit to Canada
UBC experts on President Biden’s first official visit to Canada

Politics - 22.03.2023
University of Toronto President Meric Gertler joins university leaders in call for G7 action to advance peace and security 
University of Toronto President Meric Gertler joins university leaders in call for G7 action to advance peace and security 

History / Archeology - Politics - 17.03.2023
Imperialism: from antiquity to now
Imperialism: from antiquity to now
In his new book, historian Samir Saul dissects imperialism through the ages to describe its chameleon-like nature and economic underpinnings.

Pedagogy - Politics - 08.03.2023
A candid discussion with Dr. Laura Mae Lindo

Politics - Media - 06.03.2023
’Greed is good’ for likes and retweets if you’re a U.S. senator

Politics - Health - 06.02.2023
UBC experts on health care funding in Canada
UBC experts on health care funding in Canada

Social Sciences - Politics - 25.01.2023
University of Toronto research 'collaboratory' uses global lens to pursue community-based Indigenous research
University of Toronto research ’collaboratory’ uses global lens to pursue community-based Indigenous research
Indigenous Peoples all over the world have endured a common history. And, as  Uahikea Maile  notes, the experience of "colonial dispossession, territorial enclosure and the subsequent creation of nation states" is not unique to North America.

Politics - 24.01.2023
Q and A with the experts: NATO’s expanding support to Ukraine
What risks do NATO members take in increasing military assistance to Ukraine? While continuing to avoid direct engagement in Russia's war on Ukraine, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies have dramatically expanded their military assistance.

Politics - Psychology - 24.01.2023
Daily dose of politics leads to stress - but avoiding it can hinder civic engagement
From 24-hour news cycles to social media posts from your angry uncle, it's almost impossible not to get a daily dose of politics.

Campus - Politics - 16.01.2023
’A life-long champion of accessibility’: University of Toronto remembers former lieutenant governor and alumnus David Onley

Social Sciences - Politics - 28.11.2022
Western PhD students named Vanier scholars
Western PhD students named Vanier scholars
Three Western PhD candidates have been named among 166 nationwide recipients of the 2022-2023 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships.

Politics - Campus - 14.11.2022
How University of Toronto's 'secret sauce' governance model set it up for five decades of success
How University of Toronto’s ’secret sauce’ governance model set it up for five decades of success

Politics - 11.11.2022
Remembrance and heroism
Waterloo professor on why we must be prepared to support international law University Relations Each year in Canada, November 11 is marked as Remembrance Day.

Environment - Politics - 04.11.2022
A pivotal moment in our collective goal to limit global warming

Politics - 02.11.2022
Where does the public stand on geopolitical issues?

Politics - Campus - 28.10.2022
A front-row seat to a high-level talk on foreign affairs
A front-row seat to a high-level talk on foreign affairs

Environment - Politics - 27.10.2022
UBC climate and energy experts and COP27 delegates
UBC climate and energy experts and COP27 delegates

Politics - Social Sciences - 25.10.2022
Nationalism is not the enemy of immigration, says Catherine Xhardez
Nationalism is not the enemy of immigration, says Catherine Xhardez
Catherine Xhardez, a new professor in the Department of Political Science, is an expert on immigration policy and federalism who believes it is possible to "integrate in order to exist.

Politics - 20.10.2022
UBC experts on NDP leadership, British PM's resignation
UBC experts on NDP leadership, British PM’s resignation

Environment - Politics - 07.10.2022
Why some countries lead - and others lag - in the race to clean energy: Study
A new analysis  published in the journal  Science  explores the politics that influence some countries to adopt cleaner sources of energy while others resist change, revealing what hinders many governments from reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Politics - 06.10.2022
Students pack University of Toronto's Hart House for discussion on democracy with Margaret Atwood
Students pack University of Toronto’s Hart House for discussion on democracy with Margaret Atwood

Politics - 08.09.2022
University of Toronto mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, lowers flags to half-mast
University of Toronto mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, lowers flags to half-mast

Environment - Politics - 17.08.2022
A tool for assessing the flood-resilience of development projects
A tool for assessing the flood-resilience of development projects

Politics - 28.06.2022
UBC experts on Premier John Horgan’s decision to step down

Politics - 28.06.2022
University of Toronto Chancellor Emeritus Michael Wilson’s memoirs released posthumously: The Hill Times

Politics - 22.06.2022
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses Canadian students

Politics - Campus - 17.06.2022
Ukraine's President Zelenskyy to address students at University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy
Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy to address students at University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

Politics - 13.06.2022
University of Toronto's Janice Stein selected as co-chair of Canada's Indo-Pacific Advisory Committee: Hindustan Times
University of Toronto’s Janice Stein selected as co-chair of Canada’s Indo-Pacific Advisory Committee: Hindustan Times

Campus - Politics - 06.06.2022
From student to policy professional

Politics - Environment - 03.06.2022
Educating global citizens
The pandemic and current global events have heightened awareness of existing global challenges, and highlighted the important role universities play in uncovering solutions and developing talent By V