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Free Reads From Canadian Scholars!

The following articles have been made available to read for free until the end of February 2022. Take a look!

Institutional entrepreneurship: a collaborative change in a complex Canadian organization

Michael Opara, Oliver Nnamdi Okafor, Akolisa Ufodike, Kenneth Kalu

Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal

A bibliometric analysis of social media in hospitality and tourism research

Khaldoon Nusair, Irfan Butt and SR Nikhashemi

International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

The importance of keeping employees satisfied: three prevailing factors for health organization leaders

Céline Blanchard, Amanda Baker, Dominique Perreault, Lisa Mask and Maxime Tremblay

Journal of Health Organization and Management

Gender-responsive public procurement: strategies to support women-owned enterprise

Barbara Orser, Xiaolu (Diane) Liao, Allan L. Riding, Quang Duong, Jerome Catimel

Journal of Public Procurement

Can pay gaps between gay men and lesbians shed light on male-female pay gaps?

Jing Wang and Morley Gunderson

International Journal of Manpower

Toward better understanding developmental reflection differences for use in management development research and practice

Todd Maurer, Nikolaos Dimotakis, Greg Hardt and AJ Corner

Journal of Management Development

Pracademics in the pandemic: pedagogies and professionalism

Trista Hollweck and Armand Doucet

Journal of Professional Capital and Community

Evaluating Integrated Care Walter Wodchis, Carolyn Steele Gray, Jay Shaw, Kerry Kuluski, Gayathri Embuldeniya, G. Ross Baker and Maritt Kirst Is it Actually Violence? Framing Technology-Facilitated Abuse as Violence Suzie Dunn Leading school districts for improved student success Kenneth Leithwood and Catherine McCullough Ownership and Mission Drift in Alternative Enterprises: The Case of a Social Banking Network Jason Spicer and Christa R. Lee-Chuvala Reasonable Expectations of Privacy in an Era of Drones and Deepfakes: Expanding the Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in R v Jarvis Kristen Thomasen and Suzie Dunn

Towards an Educational Administration Curriculum That Addresses Maladministration in Internationalised Higher Education Peter Milley and Éliane Dulude

Blog: Understanding decision-making in educational contexts

Professor Stephanie Chitpin discusses her decision-making framework, the Objective Knowledge Growth Framework (OKGF), that aims to minimise the risk of confirmation bias during decision-making.

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