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ATTARAN, Amir »


Amir Attaran

Full Professor
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2889)
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International development and foreign aid; international human rights law and particularly how it applies to the war in Afghanistan; global public health in the poorer countries.

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BEAUDET, Pierre »


Pierre Beaudet

Professor
Lecturer
Faculty of Social Sciences

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4049)
Cell: 514-577-6606
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International development. Third-World countries situation. Africa.

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BEST, Jacqueline »


Jacqueline BEST

Dr.
Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1719)
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Jacqueline Best's research is in the field of international studies, with a particular interest in global economic issues. She has written on the history of financial governance, as well as on the recent financial crisis. She also studies international organizations such as the World Bank and the IMF, and her current research is on changes in their development policies over the last two decades. She is interested in issues such as the limits of risk management, the challenges of transparency, the problems of results-based management, and the cultural aspects of economic practices (such as consumer debt).

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BROWN, Stephen »


Stephen BROWN

Full professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1896)
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I study a variety of issues relating to democracy and democratization, conflict and violence, and foreign aid and development in Africa (especially Kenya and Malawi), including Canadian foreign policy in these areas. I also have a strong interest in Canadian foreign aid more generally. I am also interested in the politics of sexuality / homosexuality and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Canada and abroad, including in developing countries.

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English and French , espagnol / Spanish; portugais / Portuguese

CALOF, Jonathan »


Jonathan CALOF

Full Professor
Full professor
Telfer School of Management

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4779)
Cell: 613-292-5007
Home: 613-228-0509
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Jonathan Calof is a full professor of strategy and international business at the Telfer School of Management. His research and consulting focuses on helping governments and companies make better decisions through competitive intelligence, foresight and business analytics. He is a prolific author with over 150 publications to his credit and a popular speaker with over 1000 speeches and workshops as well as dozens of media interviews.Jonathan is the author and co-editor of several books on competitive intelligence including co-editor of the Competitive Intelligence Foundation’s Conference and Trade Show Intelligence book. He also pens a column on event intelligence for competitive intelligence magazine and is executive editor for Frontline Safety and Security. In addition to his involvement in the consulting and academic world, Dr. Calof is also a director with several companies. Recently Dr. Calof released the results of a global study looking at lessons learned from the largest corporate failure in Canadian corporate history. The study results have led to new tools and skills for boards of directors, measurements for organizational resiliency and understanding of how the black cloud of customer doubt begins how it can be measured and managed. He has received several international honours including Frost and Sullivan’s life time achievement award in competitive intelligence; Fellow award from the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals; Honorary Professor at Yunnan Normal University in China; Appointment to the international advisory board for the Russian Foresight Committee of HSE; Honorary member of the Russian Society of Competitive Intelligence Professional; Board of advisors for the Centre en Intelligence Economique et Management Stratégique(CIE'MS/Center for Competitive Intelligence and Strategic Management in Morocco. Understanding how large companies fail and succeed - the Nortel research study . Competitive and business intelligence internationally. Knowledge management and international business. International competitiveness

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CLARK-KAZAK, Christina »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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Cell: 6477174153
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I research refugee policy in Canada and internationally. I also research age mainstreaming and age discrimination in migration and development contexts. I am interested in interdisciplinary methodology and have developed, with key refugee organizations, ethical guidelines for research with people in situations of forced migration.

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COLLENETTE, Penny »


Penny Collenette

Adjunct Professor
Part-time professor
Faculty of Law

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My career has taken me from boardrooms to classrooms and from the Prime Minister's Office (1993-1997) to the Kennedy School at Harvard (Senior Fellow, Centre of Business and Government, 2002-2004).

I'm a lawyer who is comfortable discussing ethical challenges ( including whistleblowing) governance issues and public policy matters whether within government or the private sector. I'm also a founding member of the Taskforce for Women and Enterprise.

I also research the area of corporate responsibility and that I am currently designing a new law course entitled: The new International Corporate Reality: The Business of Human Rights.

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CONACHER, Duff »


Visiting professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Cell: 416-546-3443
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All aspects of democratic reform and development and good government and clean politics in Canada and on an international level (elections, parties, political and government ethics, lobbying, parliament, political finance, access to information, policy development, legislative process and law and legal institutions and processes, political communications, open government, honesty in politics, roles of politicians and media, public administration, human rights protection and court processes) and Canadian Constitution and government accountability generally. All aspects of corporate responsibility (governance, transparency, ethics, shareholder rights, sustainabiliity), especially bank and financial institution accountability. All aspects of nonprofit sector (structure, governance, communications with public and media relations, advocacy, organizational behaviour and development, project management, relationship with government and political process overall. All aspects of civics education.

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LABONTÉ, Ronald »


Ronald Labonté

Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Health Equity
Full professor
Faculty of Medicine
Institute of Population Health

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2288)
Cell: 613-795-1668
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For the past 15 years, Dr. Labonté’s work has focused on the health equity impacts of contemporary globalization. His current research projects include the health equity impacts of global health worker migration and medical tourism, globalization-related pathways of influence on the health of Canadians, health and human rights, comprehensive primary health care reform, trade and health, and global health diplomacy (how health is positioned in foreign policy).

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LENARD, Patti Tamara »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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Office: 613-562-5800 (8995)
Cell: 613-796-6647
Home: 613-796-6647
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I work in immigration, including temporary foreign workers, refugees, foreign students, permanent residents; multiculturalism, successes and failures of multicultural policies, trust among diverse communities; and immigrant integration, including strategies for inclusion, in Canada and western European states, immigrant political participation (including non-citizen voting rights).

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MASAELI, Mahmoud »


Replacement Professor
Assistant professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of International Development and Global Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4979)
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Areas of interest and concentration include globalization and global ethics; ethics of global development, dialogical ethics; theories of global justice, and justice as recognition. In addition, he holds a special interest in the esoteric dimension of faith traditions, notably Islamic spirituality, since he believes that these spiritual approaches can potentially complete and strength dialogical perspectives in the lifeworld.

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English only, Farsi (Persian)

PARIS, Roland »


Roland Paris

Associate Professor of Public and International Affairs
Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4047)
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Foreign policy; international security; Canada-US relations; international organizations including the UN and NATO.

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ROBINSON, Paul »


Vice Dean Graduate Studies
Full professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6900)
Home: 613-421-9293
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I study Russia, military affairs, including military history and military ethics, and international security.

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SAURETTE, Paul »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1711)
Home: 613-730-6576
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Power and ethics in politics and contemporary society, in particular, political ethics in domestic and international issues. The rhetoric of 'common sense' in politics, as well as the increased use of practices of humiliation and shame in a variety of contexts. The importance of trust in politics and other public and private sectors.

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SCHRECKER, Ted »


Ted Schrecker

Scientist
Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Institute of Population Health

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Office: 613-562 5800 (2289)
Cell: 613-612-8485
Home: 613-233-6541
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My current research focuses on the relations between transnational economic integration ("globalization") and social determinants of health: the conditions under which people live and work. How is the emergence of a global marketplace affecting opportunities to lead a healthy life? Who wins, and who loses? How will the worldwide financial crisis we are now experiencing affect health disparities between rich and poor?

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ST. LEWIS, Joanne »


Joanne St. Lewis

Assistant Professor
Assistant professor
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
Common Law

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Office: 613- 562-5794
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Sexual violence and deep conflict; new social media and democracy; complexity science, spirituality and emergent creativity; art, culture and the law.

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STRAEHLE, Christine »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4592)
Cell: 613-791-8612
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I work in applied ethics in two areas. The first is on questions of migration like TFWP in Canada, Live-in-Care-Givers in Canada, and vulnerability of migrants (in particular women and sponsored spouses). I also work on questions of public health ethics and bioethics, in particular access to care and distribution of health resources in Canada and globally.

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English and French , German

TASSE, Marc »


Part-time professor
Telfer School of Management
Professional Training Service

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Office: 613-230-6760.350
Cell: 819-775-0991
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Mr. Tassé is a Chartered Professional Accountant - Chartered Accountant (CPA,CA) (Canada), a Forensic Certified Public Accountant (FCPA) (USA),anda Certified Internal Controls Auditor (CICA) (USA). He carries the designation Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) (USA)and holds both a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) and an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from the Telfer School on Management at the University of Ottawa.

He has pursued ongoing professional development as an Associate or Affiliate member with the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Association of Certified Forensic Investigators of Canada, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Anti-Corruption Institute (holder of the CACM designation).

Mr. Tassé is a member or panel member of various groups including the Accountant-Lawyer Alliance, the Anti-Money Laundering Association, the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption, the Rutgers Institute on Anti-Corruption Studies, the Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy, the Institute for Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances, and the Business Development Bank of Canada ViewPoints. He is also a speaker for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario, and volunteers with the United Nations Online Volunteering Service.

Mr. Tassé is a past and current member of various advisory boards, risk management committees, audit committees, governance committees, and boards of trustees with fiduciary responsibilities. As a philanthropist, he supports non-governmental organizations that fight corruption, such as Transparency International and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

For over 20 years, Mr. Tassé has been teaching (100+ courses at the bachelor, MHA, MBA and     International MBA level)at one of Canada’s top business schools, the Telfer School of Management. He is also an instructor with the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption, a recipient of a Teaching Excellence Award in the MBA program, and has taught at two other Canadian universities. 

As a respected and highly sought-after freelance contributor to various broadcast media, Mr. Tassé is frequently invited by reporters and journalists to speak on topics related to his areas of expertise:

  • Fraud and money laundering prevention;
  • Anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance;
  • Financial crime risk management;
  • Ethics and corporate social responsibility;
  • International accounting and finance reporting; Business development and strategic alliances

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