Queen's School of Business honours research excellence
Yuri Levin and Jean-Paul Roy are the recipients of the Queen’s School of Business (QSB) Research Excellence Awards for 2010.
Dr. Levin, Associate Professor and Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Operations Management, has received the QSB Award for Research Achievement. His research focuses on Dynamic Pricing and Revenue Management with particular interest in consumer behaviors in an age of information and social networking.
“I think this award is a recognition of the entire management science group in the School of Business,” says Dr Levin. “We have a great team with many research ideas.”
Dr. Levin joined the QSB in 2002 and his research successes are recognized internationally while his expertise is constantly sought after by various organizations. His innovative approach and wide range of publications in revenue management and dynamic pricing are the hallmarks of his success.
The QSB New Researcher Achievement Award has been given to Dr. Roy, Assistant Professor and Toller Family Fellow of International Business. He joined the QSB in 2007 and is recognized for his consistently high level of quality, breadth of research, and publications in top-tier international journals.
“I was incredibly honoured and absolutely thrilled to have received this award,” says Dr. Roy. “It means a great deal to me because it is not only recognition of my own efforts, but also those of my incredible co-authors and the outstanding support of the Queen’s School of Business.”
Dr. Roy’s research centers on international strategic alliances, social networking and cross-cultural management. He also has a special interest in how institutional environments influence the behaviors of multinational enterprises and their executives with specific focus on Asian markets.
Dr. Levin and Dr. Roy were presented with their awards at a reception at Goodes Hall on Monday, January 17.