On March 10, join Prof. Avni Shah, recipient of the 2019/20 Wynne and Beryl Plumptre Research Award, to discuss her groundbreaking research paper Can Making Family Salient Improve Retirement Contributions? Evidence From Field Experiments in Mexico
Despite good intentions, people all over the world regularly struggle to save for retirement, as many obstacles prevent individuals from contributing to their retirement funds. One way that countries and employers have attempted to increase the rate at which individuals save for retirement is by requiring citizens or employees to make mandatory contributions to their retirement savings via public and private pension systems, respectively. However, a recent analysis by the International Longevity Centre found that this is not enough (Franklin and Hochlaf 2017).
The Department of Management at U of T Scarborough is pleased to host the annual Sports Management Speaker Series, connecting sports fans, sports business professionals, athletes, students, and the community.
On December 1, join us for a lively panel discussion with women leading the future of sports business as we explore some of the pivotal issues towards building a stronger, more equitable sport system for women, girls, and all Canadians, including:
The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) Black Students in Business team is hosting their second annual LEAD Conference on Wednesday, October 14 and Thursday, October 15 from 4:00–7:00pm each day. This two-day virtual event will provide an inside look at the Management program, with a focus on Entrepreneurship: the theme for this year's conference.
On October 13, 2020, U of T Scarborough Management is bringing together leading experts in academia and business to explore some of the most pressing issues facing the cannabis industry. Despite people using cannabis for centuries, there is limited scientific research exploring its benefits. This is not surprising, considering its status as an illegal substance in some jurisdictions. With recent legalization and industry growth, there is a clear need to advance the study of cannabis and how it can be used to help society. The aim of this conference is to bridge academia and business in order to create new synergistic linkages to accelerate knowledge development and mobilization in this domain.
U of T Scarborough Management would like to thank Hellenic Pharma and Deloitte for their contribution in organizing this conference.