Dr. Murphy's research interests involve the social psychological aspects of reporting and auditing, particularly when economic and psychological forces are at odds. She is keenly interested in the psychological aspects of fraud and ethics. Her current work examines the fraud triangle and factors that help predict fraud. Her work is published in top accounting and business journals including: Accounting; Organizations and Society; Contemporary Accounting Research; and Journal of Business Ethics.
Dr. Pam Murphy, PhD
Assistant Professor and E. Marie Shantz Fellow in Accounting
Dr. Barling is one of the world’s leading authorities on transformational leadership and employee well-being. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, and the Canadian Psychological Association. He has published well over 150 research articles, 50 book chapters and several books on leadership; workplace violence; work stress, unions, work and family; and occupational health and safety.
Dr. Julian Barling, PhD
Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Queen's Research Chair
Dr. de Bettignies’ research focuses on economics of organizations, innovation and entrepreneurship, industrial organization, corporate finance, and public policy. His work is published or forthcoming in top tier academic journals including Management Science, Journal of Industrial Economics, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, International Journal of Industrial Organization, and Journal of Business Venturing.
Dr. Jean-Etienne de Bettignies, PhD
Associate Professor and Commerce '64 Fellow of Business Economics
Professor Purda conducts empirical research in finance focused on the areas of law and finance, credit ratings, and corporate governance. Her work has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies, the American Law and Economics Review, and the Journal of Financial Research. Her industry experience includes investment banking with Nesbitt Burns, where she worked on mergers and acquisitions, equity issues and divestitures. She is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Dr. Lynnette Purda, PhD
Associate Professor and RBC Fellow of Finance
Dr. McGill’s research focuses on revenue management and dynamic pricing and related problems in transportation science and statistical analysis. In 2008, he was awarded the Research Historical Prize in Revenue Management and Pricing from INFORMS (the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science). Jeff is a Senior Editor for Production and Operations Management and former Associate Editor for Operations Research and Transportation Science.
Dr. Jeff McGill, PhD
Distinguished Professor in Management Science and Operations Management
Dr. Dacin's areas of expertise include consumer behavior, branding, sales force and services management, corporate reputation and social responsibility, and social entrepreneurship. His publications appear in several journals including the Journal of Marketing, the Journal of Marketing Research, the Journal of Consumer Research, the Journal of Consumer Psychology, the Journal of Advertising Research and the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, and Organization Science.
Dr. Peter Dacin, PhD
Kraft Professor of Marketing
Dr. Webster’s current research concerns information systems and technologies to support environmental sustainability. She has served as a senior editor for MIS Quarterly, and has published in a variety of journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Communication Research, Journal of Organizational Behavior, MIS Quarterly, and Organization Science.
Dr. Jane Webster, PhD
E. Marie Shantz Professor of Management Information Systems
As a PhD student, you become a fully participating member of the dynamic Queen’s School of Business research community. Course work tailored to help you hone your research skills, the development of an impactful thesis, research opportunities with our world class faculty, research seminar series by visiting professors from around the world, the annual Doctoral Consortium designed for sharing research ideas in a collegial environment, support to attend top academic conferences, and teaching opportunities, are just a few examples of the activities that will help you develop into a successful researcher, teacher, colleague, and mentor.Learn More
As a Queen’s doctoral student, you will select from seven areas of specialization.
The faculty at Queen’s School of Business is comprised of distinguished researchers, ensuring that your experience at Queen’s will be nothing short of exceptional. Our faculty not only publish in the world’s top peer reviewed journals, but also serve as editors, associate editors, and reviewers for these journals. Our faculty members, who have been recognized with international research awards, have earned great respect for the mentorship they provide our PhD students.
As a PhD student, you will have access to world class research facilities that are housed in the new expansion of Goodes Hall. The PhD Student Computer Lab comes loaded with state-of-the-art software and access to world leading research databases. PhD students have access to our new Behavioural Lab which is designed to facilitate leading edge research on individual and group level business issues. PhD students also draw on the Research Subject Pool for surveys and experiments. All PhD students are allocated office space from which to work.