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What's in this guide

This guide is an introduction to resources of relevance for students in the MFAc program, available through York University Libraries.

All the key things you need to know in terms of library concepts, tools and research strategies connected to MFAc content and assignment expectations, are contained in the powerpoint slides linked to the right. To further assist you, however, and for convenience and ease of access, this LibGuide also provides links and descriptions of the key library e-resources that are highlighted in the library sessions offered in support of this program.


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Boards & Advisors One of the largest and most active corporate governance groups on LinkedIn (> 10,000 members), founded by York faculty Dr. Richard Leblanc.

Crane and Matten Blog Schulich professors Andrew Crane and Dirk Matten blog about business ethics and corporate social responsibility.

Governance Gateway Blog A blog by York professor Dr. Richard Leblanc, it is intended to be a governance resource and source of current governance commentary.


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