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Graham Steele’s Legal Aspects of Business course is the benchmark – the gold standard of an undergraduate commerce course. As a professor, and a class, Graham Steele’s Legal Aspects is the exception not the rule at...
Canadian Confederation is facing serious resentment from Western Canada, particularly Alberta, following the federal election. The results showed very little support for Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government in the Prairies. Serious media interest has focused on this...
There was a crucial moment in the 2015 prime minister debates. The candidates were asked about their respective stances on the budget and deficits. Harper and Mulcair both went with the safe answer – balance the...
In May of this year, Dalhousie University had the privilege of hosting noted whistleblower, Edward Snowden, to address the implications of government surveillance, Big Data, and the trends that have emerged in the wake of the...

Meet Kim Brooks

Note from the Editorial Board: Back in December 2019 the then incoming (now co-Dean) of the Faculty of Management, Kim Brooks, sat down with the Dalhousie Business Review and answered some of our most pressing and requested...
Since the signing of the Berne convention in 1886, intellectual property laws have seen more standardizations across the globe. Recent trends in trade agreements, especially those involving the United States, have brought back the discussion...
This past year has been a turbulent period for the IPO market. With investors facing compounding disappointment from the lacklustre market performances of unicorn companies, and with the jarring flop of the WeWork IPO, general IPO...
SNC Lavalin As optimistic as engaged citizens try to be about our politics, specifically the lack of corruption (relatively speaking), the SNC-Lavalin scandal should not come as a surprise.
Tesla is the future of Electric Vehicles, and Panasonic is providing the battery life. However, their strained relationship is affecting their overall objective and Panasonic has seen a 50% stock fall since January 2018. Will these cultural clashes be enough to end their relationship, or will they work together to better understand their differences?
With time, all industries change and develop in different ways, they move forward. However, industries like financial services take a lead role because they are the corner stone for how our world works and how it...