Activités

Livres en gestion de projets, marketing et ventes

Faisabilité de projets

Faisabilité de projets

Aspects oubliés de l'analyse

Détails

Creating Models in Psychological Research

Creating Models in Psychological Research

Des outils uniques de modélisation en recherche psychologique

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Project Feasibility: Tools for Uncovering Points of Vulnerability

Project Feasibility: Tools for Uncovering Points of Vulnerability

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Articles scientifiques

  • 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 MontrĂ©al. Submitted.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Sherbrooke Toyota – Following the market trend. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al: 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Magex: Downtime of a quasi-monopoly. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 7.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Fellini’s cat litter box. Centre de cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 5.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Sherbrooke Toyota – Suivre la tendance du marchĂ©. Centre de cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Recycl’Art: Relaunching an arts festival. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Louis XIV is in the building. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 5.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). The great art gallery caper – The Achilles heel of a marketing success. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 8.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Health care: A tough decision facing an enterprising physician. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 12
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Magex – Les temps morts dans la gestion immobilière. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 7.
  • Mesly, O. (2016). Gatineau vs. Ottawa: Competing for the same clientele. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 12
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Louis XIV est en ville. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 5.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Cas Gatineau vs. Ottawa: les sĹ“urs ennemies? Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 12.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Cas Galerie d’art – Le talon d’Achille d’un succès marketing. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 13.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Une entreprise en santé…en santĂ©? Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 12.
  • Mesly, O. (2015). Recycl’Art: Un projet rĂ©inventĂ©. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 12.
  • Mesly, O. (2014). Le bac Fellini pour votre chat. Centre de Cas de HEC MontrĂ©al, 20.
  • Mesly, O. (2014). Cas AMWAY – Devenir entrepreneur indĂ©pendant, oui ou non? Telle est la question. Centre de Cas HEC MontrĂ©al, 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., LĂ©vy 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., LĂ©vy 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 LĂ©vy 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., LĂ©vy 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 LĂ©vy Mangin, J.-P. (2012). Financial predation: A contemporary problem. Aestimatio: The IEB International Journal of Finance, 4, 144-151.
  • Laforest, M., Bouchard, S., BossĂ©, 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., CrĂ©tu, 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 LĂ©vy Mangin, J.-P. (2013). The narrow range of perceived predation – A group study. Anales de PsicologĂ­a, 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 MontrĂ©al, 10.
  • Mesly, O. (2013), and de GrandprĂ©, M. (2013). Rendre les Ă©tudiants actifs Ă  des fins d’amĂ©lioration 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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