Research work of Tessa Hebb Celebrated in The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada 30th Anniversary Website and Anthology
SSHRC is celebrating their 30th anniversary and had created a website and anthology that offers a sample of the research made possible by SSHRC in collaboration with their partners at universities and across the private and public sectors.
CBERN Collaborator Tessa Hebb is featured in the SSHRC website and anthology for her research work “Toward Corporate Responsibility”. Below is an excerpt from the SSHRC website:
Increasingly, those responsible for large Canadian pension funds are turning to Tessa Hebb’s expertise to ensure their investments flourish. Hebb, director of the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, received the William E. Taylor fellowship in 2003 as the top doctoral candidate of that year. Her work? To research how pension funds interact with—and influence—the corporations in which they invest.
To read the complete research profile featured on the SSHRC website, visit: