The University of Toronto first started offering undergraduate courses in 1902 and after the launching of a doctoral program in 1969; The Faculty of Management was officially established. It was renamed Joseph L. Rotman School of Management in 1997 and soon entered a period of rapid growth, nearly doubling the size and scope of its research and educational activities.

Tackling today's toughest management issues, the nine research centres at the Rotman School are driving innovation through daily advances in research and thought leadership. With significant corporate and institutional sponsorship, our centres make their findings available to a wide audience in both industry and academia, providing for a lively discussion that extends to the highest levels of decision making.

Research centres include:

  • Capital Markets Institute
  • Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness
  • Centre for Competitiveness & Prosperity Institute
  • Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Centre for Health Sector Strategy
  • Desautels Centre for Integrative Thinking
  • Institute for International Business
  • International Centre for Pension Management
  • Martin Prosperity Institute
  • Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship

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