Fonds F 845 - George Gekas fonds

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George Gekas fonds

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F 845

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  • 2002 (Creation)
    Gekas, George

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0.5 cm of textual records

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George Gekas joined the faculty of Business Administration at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University as an Associate Professor in 2002. Gekas holds a PhD in Accounting from the University of Hull, England, an MBA in Financial Management and a BA (Hons) in Policy-Marketing from the University of Windsor, Ontario, and a BA (Hons) in Economic Theory from the Graduate School of Business and Economics, Greece. Gekas additionally earned an MA in Economics from Lakehead University, as well as a PMgr and CMA certificates. Prior to his appointment to Ryerson, Dr. Gekas taught for over 20 years in Business Administration at several universities in Canada, the US, and Europe. His academic career includes appointments with the University College of Cape Breton, Algoma University College, University of Maryland, American College of Greece (Deree), and the University of Western Ontario.

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Fonds consists of two conference papers authored by Gekas.

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