In November 2015, Joe Martin, Adjunct Professor of Strategic Management, Executive in Residence, Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto visited the University of Winnipeg as part of the H. Sanford Riley Fellowship lecture series. His lecture, From Wall Street to Bay Street: Comparative Financial History of the United States and Canada since the Late Eighteen Century was co-presented by Canada’s National History Society and the University of Winnipeg’s Oral History Centre.
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More about Joe Martin:
Professor Martin has a distinguished career in the private financial sector, politics, and academia. He attended the United College (University of Winnipeg) during the infamous Crowe Affair, was former Premier of Manitoba Duff Roblin’s Executive, and became a successful business executive with Deloitte Consulting. Professor Martin’s association with the Rotman School of Toronto dates to 1997. He is a past president of the Manitoba Historical Society and Canada’s National History Society. He also served for many years on the University Of Winnipeg Foundation’s Board of Directors. Professor Martin currently teaches business history at the Rotman School of Management and is completing his research comparing the financial systems of Canada and the United States.