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The Institute for Gender and the Economy at the Rotman School of Management promotes an understanding of gender inequalities and how they can be remedied – by people of all genders – in the world of business and, more broadly, in the economy.

Close partnership with prominent corporations, governments & individuals will be essential to the success of the mission. If we are going to use rigorous research to change the conversation, we need the whole community to be engaged in that conversation. Community engagement through partnership creates an opportunity for exponential impact – our partners are front-runners in creating, leading, and managing change and are motivated and ready to drive lasting disruption in gender equality by working with us to:

  • Engage new perspectives on gender-related challenges;
  • Co-create a world-leading hub to advance our understanding of problems related to gender and economy; and
  • Collaborate on actionable solutions to gender-based challenges.

Industry Partners

We are pleased to announce our first industry partners have joined our community. For more on the opportunities for organizational partners, see here.

 
CIBC
Deloitte Canada
IGM
Scotiabank
TD Bank Group
 

Power Circle

We are just starting our Power Circle of supporters. For more on opportunities for individuals, see here. We are pleased to announce our first Power Circle member.

Kerrie MacPherson (B.Com ‘86/MBA ’91)

Individual Sponsors

Individual sponsors can support us here. We are pleased to announce our first Individual Sponsor.

Professor Anita McGahan (Rotman Chair in Management and Professor of Strategic Management)

Media Partners

We are partnering with media outlets to publish and promote our ideas. We are happy to announce an ongoing op-ed series with The Mark News and a blog series with Stanford Social Innovation Review.

 
The Mark News
SSIR
 

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The Institute for Gender and the Economy at the Rotman School of Management promotes an understanding of gender inequalities and how they can be remedied – by people of all genders – in the world of business and, more broadly, in the economy.

Close partnership with prominent corporations, governments & individuals will be essential to the success of the mission. If we are going to use rigorous research to change the conversation, we need the whole community to be engaged in that conversation. Community engagement through partnership creates an opportunity for exponential impact – our partners are front-runners in creating, leading, and managing change and are motivated and ready to drive lasting disruption in gender equality by working with us to:

  • Engage new perspectives on gender-related challenges;
  • Co-create a world-leading hub to advance our understanding of problems related to gender and economy; and
  • Collaborate on actionable solutions to gender-based challenges.

Industry Partners

We are pleased to announce our first corporate partners have joined our community. For more on the opportunities for organizational partners, see here.

 
CIBC
Deloitte Canada
IGM
Scotiabank
TD Bank Group
 

Power Circle

We are just starting our Power Circle of supporters. For more on opportunities for individuals, see here. We are pleased to announce our first Power Circle member.

Kerrie MacPherson (B.Com ‘86/MBA ’91)

Individual Sponsors

Individual sponsors can support us here. We are pleased to announce our first Individual Sponsor.

Professor Anita McGahan (Rotman Chair in Management and Professor of Strategic Management)

Media Partners

We are partnering with media outlets to publish and promote our ideas. We are happy to announce an ongoing op-ed series with The Mark News and an upcoming blog series with Stanford Social Innovation Review.

 
The Mark News
SSIR
 

Newsletter

Sign up to our email newsletter to receive information about research, events and education.

We’re talking about

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