This journal publishes high quality work by Dalhousie graduate students in all areas of management.
The Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management is a student-led initiative aimed at publishing Dalhousie graduate student work of the highest quality and significance in all areas of management.
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Vol 14 (2018)
Table of Contents
|Blockchain Tracking and Cannabis Regulation: Developing a permissioned blockchain network to track Canada's cannabis supply chain|
|Chasing Aces: Asexuality, Misinformation and the Challenges of Identity|
|The Effects of Social Media on Children|
|Building for Diversity: How Public Libraries Can Create Great Multilingual Collections|
|Managing Copyright in Digital Collections: A Focus on Creative Commons Licences|
|Peering into the Private Lives of Judges: Reconciling Judicial Accountability and Privacy|
|Do Trees in Halifax Grow on Money?: A Comparison of Urban Tree Canopy Cover and Median Household Income in North End and South End Halifax|
|The Eye of the Storm: Extreme Weather Events and Sustainable Urban Forest Management|
|Mortgage Lending and Borrowing Regulatory Changes|
|The Language of Cataloguing: Deconstructing and Decolonizing Systems of Organization in Libraries|
|Turning Exceptions into the Rule: Bridging the Gender Gap in Corporate Boardrooms and the C-Suites of Canadian Corporations|
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