Areas of Research

The Beedie School of Business academic research extends and redefines the boundaries of knowledge in the business discipline. Faculty research examines questions based on the sub-disciplines of:



International Business

Management Information Systems

Management and Organization Studies



Technology and Operations Management

Recent Publications

  • Berthon, P., Pitt, L. F., & Campbell, C. (2018). Addictive De-Vices: A Public Policy Analysis of Sources and Solutions to Digital Addiction. Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 1-18.
  • Chaouali, W., Lunardo, R., Ben Yahia, I., Cyr, D., & Triki, A. (2018). Design aesthetics as drivers of value in mobile banking: does customer happiness matter? International Journal of Bank Marketing, 1-23.
  • Bushe, G. (2018). Will Strategic Change Better Position Organization Development? Organization Development Practitioner, 51(3), 21-22.
  • Farshid, M., Paschen, J., Eriksson, T., & Kietzmann, J. H. (2018). Go boldly!: Explore augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and mixed reality (MR) for business. Business Horizons, 61(5), 657-663.
  • Eapen, A., & Krishnan, R. (2018). Transferring Tacit Know-How: Do Opportunism Safeguards Matter for Firm Boundary Decisions? Organization Science, 30(4), 715-734.

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Contact Us

  • Carolyn Egri
    Associate Dean, Research
  • Ching-Chiu Lin
    Grants Facilitator
  • Beedie School of Business
    8888 University Drive
    Burnaby, BC
    Canada V5A 1S6