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Novels and books on sales and marketing

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Faisabilité de projets

Overlooked issues in project management
Novel on sexual predation

Creating Models in Psychological Research

Unique modeling tools in psychological research
Project Feasibility: Tools for Uncovering Points of Vulnerability

Project Feasibility: Tools for Uncovering Points of Vulnerability

Scientic articles

  • Mesly, O. (2017). Predator and prey positions in consumers of financial products: Exploratory evidence from an fMRI study. Journal of Consumer Behaviour 16, 51–62.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Amway – A study. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal. Submitted.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Sherbrooke Toyota – Following the market trend. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal: 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Magex: Downtime of a quasi-monopoly. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 7.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Fellini’s cat litter box. Centre de cas HEC Montréal, 5.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Sherbrooke Toyota – Suivre la tendance du marché. Centre de cas HEC Montréal, 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Recycl’Art: Relaunching an arts festival. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Louis XIV is in the building. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 5.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). The great art gallery caper – The Achilles heel of a marketing success. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Health care: A tough decision facing an enterprising physician. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 12
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Magex – Les temps morts dans la gestion immobilière. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 7.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Gatineau vs. Ottawa: Competing for the same clientele. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 12
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Louis XIV est en ville. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 5.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Cas Gatineau vs. Ottawa: les sœurs ennemies? Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 12.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Cas Galerie d’art – Le talon d’Achille d’un succès marketing. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 13.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Une entreprise en santé…en santé? Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 12.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Recycl’Art: Un projet réinventé. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 12.
  • Mesly, O. (2014). Le bac Fellini pour votre chat. Centre de Cas de HEC Montréal, 20.
  • Mesly, O. (2014). Cas AMWAY – Devenir entrepreneur indépendant, oui ou non? Telle est la question. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 18.
  • Mesly, O., and Racicot, F.-É. (2017). A stylized model of home buyers’ and bankers’ behaviors during the 2007-2009 US subprime mortgage crisis: A predatory perspective.GREFA (Groupe de recherche en finance responsible) – Cahier de recherche, University of Sherbrooke 002-16, 1-32.
  • Mesly, O., and Racicot, F.-É. (2017). A stylized model of home buyers’ and bankers’ behaviors during the 2007-2009 US subprime mortgage crisis: A predatory perspective. Applied Economics 49(9), 915- 928.
  • Mesly, O., and Bouchard, S. (2016). Predator-prey decision-making during market Bubbles – preliminary evidence from a neurobiological study. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 17(3), 1-15.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). A historical measure of financial predation in the US market. Journal of Wealth Management, 18(1), 74-83.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Fear, predatory webs and blind trust characterize market bubbles. Journal of Wealth Management, 17(4), 21-41.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Wealth maximization in the context of blind trust – A neurobiological research. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 16(3), 250-266.
  • Mesly, O. (2014). The core of predation: the predatory core – Finding the neurobiological center of financial predators and preys. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 15, 214- 225.
  • Mesly, O. (2014). Asymmetry of information and competitive advantage in a closed, dynamic duopolistic system – Consequences for the regulatory authorities. Journal of Wealth Management, 17(3), 108-120.
  • Mesly, O. (2013). Detecting financial predators ahead of time? A two-group longitudinal study. Applied Financial Economics, 23(16), 1325-1336.
  • Mesly, O., Lévy Mangin, J.-P., and Racicot, F.-É. (2013). The emotional edge of financial predators – A four group longitudinal study. Ciencia Ergo Sum, 20(1), 35-47.

Winner: Best Paper in Business Research – INBAM

  • Mesly, O., Lévy Mangin, J.-P., and Racicot, F.-É. (2013). Working paper: The emotional edge of financial predators – A four group longitudinal study. École de gestion TELFER School of Management, WP.07, 38.
  • Mesly, O. (2013). Satisfaction and financial predation – A multiple large group study revealing their mathematical link. Journal of Wealth Management, 15(4), 110-123.

Also appearing in CFA Digest, 43(3), 2013

  • Mesly, O., and Maziade, R. (2013). Bankers and functional psychopathy: the risk of losing Everything. Journal of Wealth Management, 16(1), 33-48.
  • Mesly, O. (2013). Twenty recommendations to reduce financial predation and blind trust in small-family owned financial businesses. Journal of Wealth Management, 16(3), 122-140
  • Mesly, O., and Lévy Mangin, J.-P. (2013). The role of dependence as a moderating variable in the consolidated model of financial predation (CMFP)? A general appraisal. Aestimatio – The IEB International Journal of Finance, 7(7), 2-35.
  • Mesly, O., Lévy Mangin, J.-P., and Racicot, F.-É. (2012). A reliance on predatory behaviour in the context of financial negotiation as soon as given a chance? A three-group cross-sectional/longitudinal study on the concept of perceived predation. Journal of Wealth Management, 15(2), 85-98.
  • Mesly, O., and Racicot, F.-É. (2012). A note on financial predation: A marketing assessment. Journal of Wealth Management, 15(1), 101-103.
  • Mesly, O., and Lévy Mangin, J.-P. (2012). Financial predation: A contemporary problem. Aestimatio: The IEB International Journal of Finance, 4, 144-151.
  • Laforest, M., Bouchard, S., Bossé, J., and Mesly, O. (2016). Effectiveness of in virtuo exposure and response prevention treatment using cognitive-behavioral therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder: A study based on a single-case study protocol. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13. doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2016.00099.
  • Laforest, M., Bouchard, S., Crétu, A.-M., and Mesly, O. (2016). Inducing an anxiety response using a contaminated virtual environment: Validation of a therapeutic tool for obsessive-compulsive disorder. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13, 1-13.
  • Mesly, O., and Lévy Mangin, J.-P. (2013). The narrow range of perceived predation – A group study. Anales de Psicología, 29(2), 573-582.
  • Third National Psychology Outside the Box Conferences, University of Ottawa (2014). Decision-making under financial stress.

Winner: Best Presentation Award

  • Mesly, O. (2015). The role of physical distance in six interpersonal core competencies in international construction projects. International Journal of Project Management, 33, 1425–1437.
  • Mesly, O. (2014). Cas plagiat: Droits versus devoirs. Centre de Cas HEC Montréal, 10.
  • Mesly, O. (2013), and de Grandpré, M. (2013). Rendre les étudiants actifs à des fins d’amélioration continue. Le Tableau, 2(5), 2.
  • Mesly, O. (2005). Le Tombeau de Couperet.
  • Mesly, O. (2008). Le Prisonnier.
  • Mesly, O. (2013). Le Puits.

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