Madeline Toubiana

Guest Writer

Madeline Toubiana is Associate Professor and the Desmarais Chair in Entrepreneurship at Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa. Her research program has been focused broadly on what stalls and supports social change. Some of her previous and current work has studied social enterprises, the prison system, the sex trade, unemployment, non-profit organizations, and taxi-driving. Her research has been published in the top journals in her field including Administrative Science Quarterly,  Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Annals, Annual Review of Sociology, Organization Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Management History, and Journal of Management Learning, among others. She is associate editor for the journal Organization Theory and Journal of Business Venturing, and is on the editorial review board for Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review and Organization Studies. She has also written, and/or been written about, in Harvard Business Review, The Conversation, London School of Economics Business Review, the National Post, Global News, the Tyee, The Ringer, TalentEgg, Charity Village, and Canadian Innovation Space. Madeline has a TEDx talk on the research she conducted in the sex industry with Trish Ruebottom.

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