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 11 (2015)
Table of Contents
|The Effects of Capital on Interprovincial Migration: A Nova Scotia Focused Assessment|
|Amir Ahmadi Rashti, Adrian Koops, Spencer Covey|
|Google, Public Libraries, and the Deep Web|
|The Road Between: An Interim First Nations Accountability Regime|
|Steven Dane Cvitko|
|The Effectiveness of Advocacy and Advertising: A Comparison between Veganism and Climate Change|
|Robyn Emily Gray|
|Citizen Engagement: A Catalyst for Effective Local Government|
|Andrew William Bucci, Lucy Hulford, Alison MacDonald, James Rothwell|
|Managing Print-Based Weeding Projects in Academic Libraries|
|Hilary Barbara Lynd|
|Aboriginal Mental Healthcare in Canada: The role of alternative service delivery in transforming the provision of mental health services|
|Danika Kowpak, Lynne Gillis|
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