Faculty Publications

Below you will find lists of publlications by faculty and staff over the past five years. These include books, chapters in books, journal articles, occasional papers, various types of reports, and proceedings.

Murray Fulton

Baylis, Cathy, Murray Fulton, and Travis Reynolds. “The Political Economy of Export Restrictions: The Case of Vietnam and India,” in Food Security in a Food Abundant World: An Individual Country Perspective, vol. 16, ed. A. Schmitz, P.L. Kennedy, and T.G. Schmitz; accepted

Fulton, M.E., and Jean-Pierre Girard, Demutualization of Co-operatives and Mutuals, report for Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada

Fulton, M.E., and Travis Reynolds. 2015. “The Political Economy of Food Price Volatility: The Case of Vietnam and Rice.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, first published online 25 May 2015, doi:10.1093/ajae/aav019.

Fulton, M.E., and D. Pohler. 2014. “Co-operative Development in Rural and Aboriginal Communities,” SaskBusiness magazine, April/May.

Fulton, M.E., with M.M. Atkinson and B. Kim. 2014. “Why Do Governments Use Pay for Performance? Contrasting Theories and Interview Evidence.” Canadian Public Administration 57, no. 3 (September): 436–58.

Fulton, M.E., and F. Nicoleta Uzea. 2014. “Leadership and Coordination in Federated Co-operative Systems: Insights from a Federated Marketing System.” In Research Handbook on Sustainable Co-operative Enterprise: Case Studies of Organisational Resilience in the Co-operative Business Model, ed. Tim Mazzarol, Sophie Reboud, Elena Mamouni Limnios, and Delwyn Clark. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Heit, Jason, M.E. Fulton, and B. Fairbairn. 2014. “Autonomy and Identity: Constraints and Possibilities in Western Canada’s Co-operative Retailing System.” In Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses, ed. Brett Fairbairn and Nora Russell. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Uzea, F.N., and M.E. Fulton. 2014. “Mechanisms for Effective Alliance Management: Insights from a Federated Cooperative Marketing System. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 17, no. 1: 95–126.

Pohler, Dionne, and M. Fulton. 2013. “Why We Should Take the Co-operative Business Model More Seriously,” StarPhoenix, 8 November.

Fulton, M.E., and J. Vercammen. 2013. “Optimal NGO Financing of a Resource Management Certification Scheme.” Environmental & Resource Economics (August).

Atkinson, M.M., and M.E. Fulton. 2013. “Understanding Public Sector Ethics: Beyond Agency Theory in Canada’s Sponsorship Scandal.” International Public Management Journal 16, no. 3: 386–412.

Fulton, M.E., and K. Giannakas. 2013. “The Future of Agricultural Cooperatives.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 5.

Cule, M., and M.E. Fulton. 2013. “Corporate Governance and Subjective Well-Being.” Applied Economics Letters 20, no. 4: 364–67.

Fulton, M.E., and K. Giannakas. 2012. “The Value of a Norm: Open Membership and the Horizon Problem in Cooperatives.” Journal of Rural Cooperation 40, no. 2: 145–61.

Lamprinakis, L., and M.E. Fulton. 2011. “Does Acquisition of a Cooperative Generate Profits for the Buyer? The Dairyworld Case.” Journal of Agricultural Economics 42: 89–100.

Yiannaka, A., and M.E. Fulton. 2011. “Getting Away with Robbery? Patenting Behavior with the Threat of Infringement.” Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 20, no 2: 625–48.

Fulton, M.E. 2011. “Challenges Facing the Grain Handling and Transportation System in Western Canada in a Post Canadian Wheat Board Environment.” Working Paper, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan.

Fulton, M.E., and K. Larson. 2009. “Overconfidence and Hubris: The Demise of Agricultural Co-operatives in Western Canada.” Journal of Rural Cooperation 37, no. 2: 166–200.

Fulton, M.E., and J. Vercammen. 2009. “Optimal Two-Part Pricing in a Carbon Offset Market: A Comparison of Organizational Types.” Southern Journal of Economics 76, no. 2: 513–32.

Bontems, P., and M. Fulton. 2009. “Organizational Structure, Redistribution and the Endogeneity of Cost: Cooperatives, Investor-Owned Firms and the Cost of Procurement.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 72, no. 1: 322–43.

Cule, M., and M. Fulton. 2009. “Business Culture and Tax Evasion: Why Corruption and the Unofficial Economy Can Persist.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 72, no. 3: 811–22.

Fulton, M.E., and K. A. Larson. 2009. “The Restructuring of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool: Overconfidence and Agency.” Journal of Cooperatives (Special Issue) 23: 1–19.


Lou Hammond Ketilson

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, and Jessica Gordon Nembhard. "Identifying the Appropriate Indicators to Measure the Impact of Credit Unions and Other Co-operatives on Their Communities." In Co-operatives for Sustainable Communities: Tools to Measure Co-operative Impact and Performance, ed. L. Brown, C. Carini, J. Gordon Nembhard, L. Hammond Ketilson, E. Hicks, J. McNamara, S. Novkovic, D. Rixon, and R. Simmons. Saskatoon and Ottawa: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives and Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada. Forthcoming July 2015.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, Jessica Gordon Nembhard, and Myrna Hewitt. "Assessing the Impact of Credit Unions on Their Communities: A Pre-Test of Possible Indicators." Co-operatives for Sustainable Communities: Tools to Measure Co-operative Impact and Performance, ed. L. Brown, C. Carini, J. Gordon Nembhard, L. Hammond Ketilson, E. Hicks, J. McNamara, S. Novkovic, D. Rixon, and R. Simmons. Saskatoon and Ottawa: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives and Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada. Forthcoming July 2015.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou. 2015. “Understanding Co-operatives through Research.” Review of International Co-operation 101, no. 1.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou. Building Resilient Communities: The Economic Impact of Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires in Canada. Forthcoming 2015, Centre Occasional Paper.

Hammond Ketilson, L., and Marie-Paule Robichaud, eds. 2014. Co-operatives’ Power of Innovation: Texts Selected  from the International Call for Papers. Quebec: Conseil québecois de la cooperation et de la mutualité.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, with J. Gordon Nembhard and P. Thomas. 2014. “Measuring the Impact of Credit Unions on Wealth Building in Communities: Identifying the Appropriate Indicators.” In Co-operatives’ Power of Innovation: Texts Selected from the International Call for Papers, ed. L. Hammond Ketilson and M.-P. Robichaud. Quebec: Conseil québecois de la cooperation et de la mutualité.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou. 2014. “Partnering to Finance Enterprise Development within the Aboriginal Social Economy,” Canadian Public Policy 40, no. s1 (April): 39–49.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou. 2014. “First Nations Co-operatives in Canada: (Re)inventing Appropriate Forms of Enterprise.” In Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses, ed. Brett Fairbairn and Nora Russell. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, and Kimberly Brown. 2013. Models for Effective Credit Union Governance: Maintaining Community Connections Following a Merger. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou. 2012. “Foreword” to Sharing My Life: Building the Co-operative Movement by Harold Chapman. Saskatoon: Harold Chapman and Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, Cornelius Christian, Maxim Gertler-Jaffe, and Michael Gertler. 2012. “Providing Financial Services to Saskatchewan’s Immigrant Community.” Study commissioned by Affinity Credit Union. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, volume ed. 2012. Review of International Co-operation 101, no. 1.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, and Kimberly Brown. 2009. Financing Aboriginal Enterprise Development: The Potential for Using Co-operative Models. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, and Johnston Birchall. 2009. Resilience of the Co-operative Business Model in Times of Crisis: Geneva: International Labour Organisation.

Michael Gertler

Viveros-Guzmán, Arcadio, and Michael Gertler. “Latino Farmworkers in Saskatchewan: Language Barriers and Health and Safety.” Journal of Agromedicine 20, no. 3 (2015): 341–48

Gertler, M. 2015. “Co-operatives.” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Food Studies, ed. K. Albala. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Hammond Ketilson, Lou, Cornelius Christian, Maxim Gertler-Jaffe, and Michael Gertler. 2012. “Providing Financial Services to Saskatchewan’s Immigrant Community.” Study commissioned by Affinity Credit Union. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Gertler, Michael E., and Nora Russell. 2012. “Where Would We Be without Co-ops?” Planet S and Prairie Dog magazines (October).

Gertler, Michael E. 2012. “Co-operatives Enterprises Build a Better World.” Earthbeat (fall).

Gertler, Michael E. 2012. “Co-operating to Build a Better West: A Co-operative Success.” The Co-operative Spotlight  (November).

Gertler, Michael E. 2012. “Brief to the Special Committee on Co-operatives.” 41st Parliament, First Session, House of Commons.

Gertler, Michael E., and Jason Heit. 2011. Co-operative Marketing Options for Organic Agriculture. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

 

Brett Fairbairn

Fairbairn, Brett. “Elephant in the Room: Time for Dialogue on University Autonomy and Public Accountability?” Conference Board of Canada Centre for Skills and Postsecondary Education blog, February 2015.

Fairbairn, Brett. “Demutualization in Co-operative Thought: Perspectives on Assets in Co-operatives.” Unpublished research note for project on demutualization led by Murray Fulton and funded by Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada, January 2015.Fairbairn, Brett. “What would a sustainable university look like?” Opinion piece, University Affairs, December 2014.Fairbairn, Brett. “Universities need to aspire.” Op-ed, StarPhoenix, 24 October 2014.

Fairbairn, Brett, and Nora Russell, eds. 2014. Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Fairbairn, Brett. 2014. “Introduction:  Where We Stand — Place, Enterprise, and Community.” In Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Fairbairn, Brett, with Rob Dobrohoczki. 2014. “‘I Felt That I Had Lost Myself’: Credit Unions, Economies, and the Construction of Locality.” In Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Heit, Jason, Brett Fairbairn, and Murray Fulton. 2014. “Autonomy and Identity: Constraints and Possibilities in Western Canada’s Co-operative Retailing System.” In Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Fairbairn, Brett. 2014. “Imagination and the Future: Learning from Social Enterprises.” In Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Fairbairn, Brett. 2014. “Appendix: The Enterprise with Many Names: Establishing a Common Language.” In Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Fairbairn, Brett. 2012. “A Shift in Values: Credit Union Expansion by Conversion of Bank Branches,” in A Co-operative Dilemma: Converting Organizational Form, ed. Jorge Sousa and Roger Herman. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Fairbairn, Brett. 2008.“Economic and Social Developments.” In Imperial Germany 1871–1918: The Short Oxford History of Germany, ed. James Retallack. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Fairbairn, Brett. 2008. “Communications, Culture, and Co-operatives: Liminal Organizations in a Liminal Age.” In Integrating Diversities within a Complex Heritage: Essays in the Field of Co-operative Studies, ed. Ian MacPherson and Erin McLaughlin-Jenkins. Victoria: New Rochdale Press.

Fairbairn, Brett. 2008. “‘Canada’s Co-operative Province’: Individualism and Mutualism in a Settler Society, 1905–2005.” In Perspectives of Saskatchewan: 1905–2005, ed. Jene Porter. Michigan State University Press.



Dionne Pohler

Pohler, Dionne, and J. Schmidt. 2015. “Does Pay-for-Performance Strain the Employment Relationship? The Effect of Manager Bonus Eligibility on Non-Management Employee Turnover.” Personnel Psychology, online : doi: 10.1111/peps.12106.

Pohler, Dionne, and Andrew Luchak. (forthcoming). “The Missing Employee in Employee Voice Research.” In The Handbook of Research on Employee Voice, ed. A. Wilkinson, J. Donaghey, T. Dundon, and R. Freeman. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Pohler, Dionne, and Andrew Luchak. (forthcoming). “Balancing Efficiency, Equity and Voice: The Impact of Unions and High Involvement Work Practices on Work Outcomes.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review.

Pohler, Dionne, and Andrew Luchak. (forthcoming). “Are Unions Good or Bad for Organizations? The Moderating Role of Management’s Response.” British Journal of Industrial Relations.

Pohler, Dionne, and Chelsea Willness. (forthcoming). “Balancing Interests in the Search for Occupational Legitimacy: The HR Professionalization Project in Canada.” Human Resource Management.

Fulton, M.E., and D. Pohler. 2014. “Co-operative Development in Rural and Aboriginal Communities,” SaskBusiness magazine, April/May.

Pohler, Dionne. 2014. “Ontario: Please Come Back to the CCHRA.” The Canadian HR Reporter July.

Pohler, Dionne. 2013. “Labour Union Impacts on Organizations and Employees in Canada,” Western Policy Analyst 5 no. 2: 7–8.

Pohler, Dionne, and M. Fulton. 2013. “Why We Should Take the Co-operative Business Model More Seriously,” StarPhoenix, 8 November.

Pohler, Dionne. 2013. Book review of Doellgast, V. 2012. Disintegrating Democracy at Work: The Future of Good Jobs in the Service Economy. Ithaca NY: Cornell ILR Press. In Work and Occupations 40, no. 1: 67–69.

Pohler, Dionne. 2012. “The Merit of a Points-Based Merit System at the Edwards School of Business.” Ivey Publishing. Product #9B11C042, Teaching Note #8B11C042, 17 January 2012.

Pohler, Dionne. 2011. “Creating a High Engagement Culture at Aeroplan.” Effectif 14, no. 4 (September/October): 45–46.

Brandl, Julia, and Dionne Pohler. 2010. “The Role of the Human Resource Department and Conditions That Affect Its Development: Explanations from Austrian CEOs.” Human Resource Management 49, no. 6: 1025–46.

Luchak, Andrew, and Dionne Pohler. 2010. “Pensions as Psychological Contracts: Implications for Work Outcomes. Industrial Relations 49, no. 1: 61–82.

Luchak, Andrew, Dionne Pohler, and Ian Gellatly. 2008. “When Do Committed Employees Retire? The Effects of Organizational Commitment on Retirement Plans.” Human Resource Management 47, no 3: 581–99.


Isobel Findlay

Wāhpāsiw, Omeasoo, Isobel M. Findlay, and Lisa Erickson. 2015. Exploring the Potential for a University of Saskatchewan Research Shop: A Consultation Report, Community-University Institute for Social Research

Ryan, Jimmy, and Isobel M. Findlay. 2015. YXE Connects 2015: A Research Report, Community-University Institute for Social Research

Findlay, Isobel M., and Diane Martz. 2012. “Conclusion.” In Journeys in Community-Based Research, ed. Bonnie Jeffery, Isobel M. Findlay, Diane Martz, and Louise Clarke. Regina: University of Regina Press, accepted.

Findlay, Isobel M., Clifford Ray, and Maria Basualdo. 2012. “The Ethics of Engagement: Learning with an Aboriginal Co-operative in Saskatchewan.” In Journeys in Community-Based Research, ed. Bonnie Jeffery, Isobel M. Findlay, Diane Martz, and Louise Clarke. Regina: University of Regina Press, accepted.

Findlay, Isobel M., and Nazeem Muhajarine, eds. Quality of Life: Towards Sustainable Community Futures [special issue], Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning, forthcoming fall 2015.

Jeffery, Bonnie, Isobel M. Findlay, Diane Martz, and Louise Clarke, eds. Journeys in Community-Based Research. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, accepted.

Locker, Kitty O., and Isobel M. Findlay. 2015. Business Communication Now. 3rd Cdn. Ed. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

Findlay, Isobel M. et al. 2015. “Building Critical Community Engagement through Scholarship: Three Case Studies.” Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning 1, no. 1: 31–48.

Findlay, Isobel M., Ana Maria Peredo, and Fiona Duguid, eds. and intro. 2015. “Co-operating at the (Cutting) Edge: Innovation for Social Inclusion, Sustainability, and Solidarity Economies.” [special issue] Journal of Co-operative Studies 47, no. 1: 1–100.

Battiste, Marie, Sakej Henderson, Isobel M. Findlay, and Len Findlay. 2013. “Conversations with Daniel Coleman: Different Knowings and the Indigenous Humanities.” In Rethinking the Humanities [special issue] English Studies in Canada 38, no. 1 (March): 141–59.

Findlay, Isobel M., and Jantina Kowbel. 2013. “Engaging an Age-Diverse Workplace: Revisiting a Business Opportunity and Challenge.” Journal of Business & Financial Affairs 2, no. 2 (February): 1–3.

Findlay, Isobel M., and Len Findlay. 2013. “Co-operatives in Canada: After the Crisis and beyond the Binaries, Co-operatives during Crisis and Post-Crisis.” ICA Global Research Conference 2013—Abstracts. Nicosia: Cultural Center, European University–Cyprus, 12–15 June.

Findlay, Isobel M., and Len Findlay. 2013. “Co-operatives: After the Crisis and Beyond the Binaries, Genossenschaften im Fokus einer neuen Wirtschaftspolitik [Cooperatives in the Focus of a New Economic Policy].” Proceedings of the 2012 XVII International Conference on Cooperative Studies, Association of Cooperative Research Institutes, University of Vienna, ed.  Johann Brazda, Markus Dellinger, and Dietmar Rößl. Vienna: LIT Verlag AG, pp. 809–20.

Findlay, Isobel M., James Popham, Patrick Ince, and Sarah Takahashi. 2013. Through the Eyes of Women: What a Co-operative Can Mean in Supporting Women during Confinement and Integration. Saskatoon: Community-University Institute for Social Research and Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Findlay, Isobel M., Clifford Ray, and Maria Basualdo. 2012. “Research as Engagement: Rebuilding the Knowledge Economy of the Northern Trappers Association Co-operative.” In Community-University Partnerships: Reflections on the Canadian Social Economy Experience, ed. Peter V. Hall and Ian MacPherson. Victoria: University of Victoria.

Findlay, Isobel M., and Len Findlay. 2012. “A New Opportunity for Co-operative Education: Linking and Learning with the Indigenous Humanities.” New Opportunities for Co-operatives: New Opportunities for People. Proceedings of the 2011 International Co-operative Alliance Global Research Conference, Mikkeli, Finland, ed. Johanna Heiskanen, Hagen Henrÿ, Pekka Hytinkoski, and Tapani KöppäMikkeli. University of Helsinki Ruralia Institute, pp. 39–50.

Findlay, Isobel M., and Warren Weir. 2012. “Accounting and Aboriginal Peoples: From the Bottom Line to Lines of Relation.” Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development 7, no. 2 (Fall): 55–69.

Locker, Kitty O., and Isobel M. Findlay. 2012. Business Communication Now. 2nd Cdn Ed. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

Findlay, Isobel M. 2012. “Back to the Future? Rebuilding Sustainable Economies and Communities.” Journal of Business & Financial Affairs 1, no. 1: 1–3.

Findlay, Isobel M. 2011. “Nuna is my body”: What Northerners Can Teach about Social Cohesion. In Community Survival: Co-operative Solutions for Local Economies, ed. Brett Fairbairn and Nora Russell. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Brown, Kimberley, Isobel M. Findlay, and Robert Dobrohoczki. 2011. Community Resilience, Adaptation, and Innovation: The Case of the Social Economy in La Ronge. Saskatoon: Community-University Institute for Social Research and Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Findlay, Isobel M. 2010. “Rebuilding Sustainable Livelihoods: Engaging Aboriginal Youth in the Northern Saskatchewan Trappers Association Co-operative.” International Co-operative Alliance European Research Conference Co-operatives Contributions to a Plural Economy: Abstracts. Lyons, France: Université Lumière Lyon 2, 2–4 September. 

Chopin, Nicola S., and Isobel M. Findlay. 2010. Exploring Key Informants’ Experiences with Self-Directed Funding: A Research Report. Saskatoon: Community-University Institute for Social Research and Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Pattison, Dwayne, and Isobel M. Findlay. 2010. Self-Determination in Action: The Entrepreneurship of the Northern Saskatchewan Trappers Association Co-operative. Saskatoon: Community-University Institute for Social Research and Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.

Findlay, Isobel M., Julia Bidonde, Maria Basualdo, and Alyssa McMurtry. 2009. South Bay Park Rangers Employment Project for Persons Living with a Disability: A Case Study in Individual Empowerment and Community Interdependence. Saskatoon: Community-University Institute for Social Research and Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.


Eric Micheels

Micheels, Eric T., with S. Forbes-Brown and J.E. Hobbs. “Willingness to Pay for Milk and Ice Cream with the ‘100% Canadian Milk’ Label: A Discrete Choice Experiment.” Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing, accepted 2015.

Micheels, Eric T., with R. Lassoued, J.E. Hobbs, and D. Zhang. “Consumer Trust in Chicken Brands: A Structural Equation Model.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, accepted 2015.

Micheels, E.T., and H.R. Gow. 2012. “The Effect of Alternative Market Orientation Strategies on Firm Performance: Customer versus Competitor Orientation.” International Journal of Marketing Studies. Forthcoming.

Micheels, E.T., and H.R. Gow. 2011. “Market Orientation and Firm Performance across Value Disciplines in the Illinois Beef Sector.” International Journal of Agricultural Management 1, no. 2: 38–48.

Micheels, E.T., and H.R. Gow. 2011. “The Moderating Effects of Trust and Commitment on Market Orientation, Value Discipline Clarity, and Firm Performance.” Agribusiness: An International Journal 27, no. 3: 360–78.

Blumthal, M., N.D. Paulson, E.T. Micheels, and R. Farrell. 2010. “A Guatemalan Soycow Cooperative: Is the Whole Greater than the Sum of its Parts?” International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 13, no. 4: 157–72.

Micheels, E.T., and H.R. Gow. 2009. “Do Market Oriented Firms Demonstrate Clarity on Their Value Discipline? Evidence from Illinois Beef Producers.” International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 12, no. 3: 127–52.

Nora Russell

Fairbairn, Brett, and Nora Russell, eds. 2014. Co-operative Canada: Empowering Communities and Sustainable Businesses. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.


Roger Herman

Sousa, Jorge, and Roger Herman. 2012. A Co-operative Dilemma: Converting Organizational Form. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.