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The Monieson Centre
The Monieson Centre facilitates the generation of breakthrough knowledge at the intersection of business and public policy, creating opportunities for academics, business leaders, and policymakers to develop research-based solutions to real-world questions.
The Monieson Centre was established in November 1998 at Queen's University within Queen's School of Business with generous funding from Melvin R. Goodes (former Chairman and CEO of Warner-Lambert). The Centre is named for Dr. David Danny Monieson, an emeritus faculty member renowned for inspirational teaching and leadership at Queen's School of Business.
Research findings associated with The Monieson Centre are shared with academic, business, government and community audiences through a variety of means, including scholarly journals, conference papers, books, white papers and client research reports.