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Company Overview of Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal
Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal is a management training and research institution that offers more than 30 management programs in bachelors, masters, and doctorate levels. The institution has more than 200 professors, 300 lecturers, and 10000 full-time and part-time students. Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal was founded in 1907 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.
3000 chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montreal, QC H3T 2A7
Founded in 1907
Key Executives for Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal Key Developments
HEC Montréal and Desjardins Group Create the Institut international des coopératives Alphonse-et-Dorimène-Desjardins
Oct 8 14
HEC Montréal and Desjardins Group announce the creation of the Institut international des coopératives Alphonse-et-Dorimène-Desjardins, as part of the Second International Summit of Cooperatives. The Institute will develop research in the field of financial cooperatives and stimulate research on non-financial cooperatives. It will provide key players of the cooperative movement with a place where they can meet, discuss and learn. The institute will also foster development and knowledge-sharing of best practices for managing cooperatives in a practical setting. The Institute's ambitious mandate will be in the hands of world-renowned researcher Professor Rym Ayadi, who was also recently named a visiting professor at HEC Montréal's Department of International Affairs. The Institute will facilitate access to knowledge on cooperatives through the International Observatory Cooperatives and create an international consultation and networking hub for key players in the field of cooperative management. Also, the Institute's centre of expertise will work with the community to organize training and knowledge-sharing activities for the cooperative movement through seminars, round tables, workshops and other online courses for managers.
HEC Montreal and The Conference Board of Canada Announce the Creation of the Institut du Quebec; Announces Management Appointments for Institut du Quebec
Feb 19 14
HEC Montréal and The Conference Board of Canada have announced a new partnership to establish the Institut du Québec (IdQ). This alliance will enable the two organizations to combine their expertise to help address and propose solutions to the competitiveness issues facing Quebec. The Institut du Québec will draw upon the credibility and visibility that The Conference Board of Canada and HEC Montréal bring to public debate because of their reputations for comprehensive, independent, and non-partisan analysis. The Institut du Québec will be based at HEC Montréal. The IdQ will not have its own research team but will call upon the researchers of HEC Montréal and The Conference Board of Canada. The Institut du Québec will be in a position to carve out its place in the public policy debate in Quebec, through its expert insights and evidence-based and rigorous studies as well as its ability to bring various stakeholders together. Its intent is to provide public and private sector authorities with the tools needed to make more informed decisions. The IdQ will begin by consulting with stakeholders to identify the top priorities. It is anticipated that the province's demographic profile, fiscal sustainability, and productivity performance will be priority issues. While the research plan is still under development, it will include a range of topics such as revitalizing the labour force and skills development, promoting capital investment and innovation, improving health practices, and supporting infrastructure. Other focus areas include personal and corporate taxation, natural resources and energy, commerce and exports and northern development.
Mr. Raymond Bachand, strategic advisor at Norton Rose Fulbright, will lead the IdQ as its President. Ms. Mia Homsy will be the business director of the IdQ and Dr. Robert Gagné, a professor at HEC Montréal's Institute of Applied Economics, will lead the research program.
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