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Research Day Awards 2013

On February 8, 2013, seven members of the MSBM faculty were recognized and received awards for their contributions to academic research at the UWI Annual Research Days Awards Ceremony.

The Best Research Publication:
Hopeton Dunn and Rupert Lewis. (Edited Collection) Special Issue: Communicating Pan-Africanism: Caribbean Leadership & Global Impact. Critical Arts South-North Cultural & Media Studies Vol.25, No. 4, Dec. 2011.

Lila Rao and Gunjan Mansingh. (Article) Building ontology based knowledge maps to assist business process re-engineering, in Decision Support Systems, Vol. 52, Issue 3, Feb. 2012, pp. 577-589.

Outstanding Researcher
Densil Williams For the following three (3) works:

  • Technology and the export behaviour of small, locally owned firms: New insight, in Journal for the Advancement of Developing Economies, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2012, pp. 3-23.
  • The Dark Side of Social Entrepreneurship, in International Journal of Entrepreneurship, Vol. 16, 2012, pp 69-81.
  • Competiveness of Small Nations: What Matters? Arawak Publishers. Kingston: Jamaica.

Project Attracting the Most Research Funds
Researchers: Hopeton Dunn, Allison Brown, Michelle Thomas
Project - Open Business Models: New Compensation Mechanisms for Creativity and Inclusion

Project with the Greatest Business/Economic/Developing Impact
Researchers: Maurice McNaughton, Evan Duggan and Terrence Forrester
Project - Mobile Financial Services Research Project

We are very proud of their achievements and wish them continued success.

 

(L-R) Prof. Hopeton Dunn, Michelle Thomas, Research Fellow, Prof Gordon Shirley and Allison Brown, Research Assistant/ Programme Coordinator
Dr. Lila Rao-Graham, Director, (E)MBA, MBM and Diploma in Administration
Dr. Maurice McNaughton, Director, Centre of Excellence for IT enabled Innovation
Dr. Densil Williams, Deputy Executive Director
Prof. Hopeton Dunn, Director, Mona ICT Policy Centre
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