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Eddy Ng

Professor; F.C. Manning Chair in Economics and Business


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Rowe School of Business

Email: edng@dal.ca
Phone: 902-494-8998
Fax: 902-494-1107
Mailing Address: 
Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building
6100 University Ave, Room 5082
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2

Research Topics:
  • Compensation policies
  • Baby boomers
  • Gender diversity
  • Gender equality
  • Comparative management
  • Human resource management (HRM)
  • Cross-cultural management



  • PhD (McMaster)
  • MBA (Simon Fraser)
  • BCom (British Columbia)

Current Teaching

  • COMM 3303  Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • BUSI 6315  Intercultural and International Management

Research Interests

Ed's research focuses on managing diversity for organizational competitiveness, the changing nature of work and organizations and managing the millennial workforce. He is an associate editor for Personnel Review.

Selected Awards and Honours

  • 2015  Emerald Literati Highly Commended Awards, Career Development International
  • 2015  Best Paper Award, Healthcare Management, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
  • 2015  Elwood F. Holton III Research Excellence Award, Academy of Human Resource Development
  • 2013  Faculty of Management Teaching Excellence Award
  • 2012  Rowe School of Business Tenured Researcher of the Year Award

Selected Publications

  • Money talks or millennials walk: The effect of compensation on nonprofit millennial workers sector-switching intentions. McGinnis-Johnson, J. & Ng, E.S. Review of Public Personnel Administration (forthcoming).
  • Toward representative bureaucracy: Predicting public service attraction among underrepresented groups in Canada. Ng, E.S. & Sears, G.J. Review of Public Personnel Administration (forthcoming).
  • A SWOT analysis of multiculturalism in Canada, Europe, Mauritius, and South Korea. Ng, E.S. & Bloemraad, I. American Behavioral Scientist 59(6), 619-636 (2015).
  • Multiculturalism as a strategy for national competitiveness: The case for Canada and Australia. Ng, E.S.W. & Metz, I. Journal of Business Ethics 128(2), 253-266  (2015)
  • How have careers changed? An investigation of changing career patterns across four generations. Lyons, S., Schweitzer, L., & Ng, E.S. Journal of Managerial Psychology 30(1), 8-21 (2015).