Lee-Chin Institute announces 2015-16 Fellows
April 17, 2015
Today, the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship at the Rotman School of Management proudly announced their 2015 Fellows of the Lee-Chin Institute.
Fellows of the Lee-Chin Institute are chosen to support and honour their work relating to corporate citizenship for a one-year term.
This year's fellows are:
Alexander Dyck (Professor of Finance and Business Economics and ICPM Professor in Pension Management), a distinguished senior Rotman scholar and teacher whose primary work for the Institute is the project “Do Institutional Owners Drive Adoption of Corporate Social Responsibility?” exploring whether institutional ownership has played a causal role in driving firm adoption of increased environmental and social governance.
András Tilcsik (Assistant Professor of Strategic Management), a rising scholar and teacher at Rotman whose work for the Institute includes two projects: first, “Environmental Catastrophes: Prevention and Mitigation” to identify corporate practices and decision-making processes that reduce the risk and impact of environmental disasters; and second, “Remedies for Employment Discrimination” to provide practical advice on how organizations can ensure equal opportunity in their hiring.