Dr. Richard Marceau

Recent publications of Dr. Richard Marceau

The Canadian University Business Primer 2nd Edition (Download as a free PDF)
By Richard J. Marceau (Published by Memorial University Libraries, 2016)

To order hardcopy, contact Memorial University Libraries by email: univlib@mun.ca or by phone: 709.864.3862.

The Canadian University Business Primer
By Richard J. Marceau (Published by Memorial University Libraries, 2014)

This book brings together the author's twenty-five years of university experience in five Canadian universities and three provinces. By providing unique insight on the complex relationships which characterize university activities and outcomes, the Primer offers a way to achieve the goals of quality, accountability and sustainability in today’s complex university business environment.

Canada: Becoming a Sustainable Energy Powerhouse
Edited by Richard J. Marceau and Clement W. Bowman (First edition, 2014)

Sponsored by the Canadian Academy of Engineering, Canada: Becoming a Sustainable Energy Powerhouse addresses Canada's massive energy resource endowment and the opportunities for both economic growth and carbon footprint reduction. The publication brings together contributions from national experts and leaders in the fields of energy, resources and economic strategy.

Canada: Winning as a Sustainable Energy Superpower [Volume I]
Edited by Richard J. Marceau and Clement W. Bowman (First edition, June 2012)

Canada: Winning as a Sustainable Energy Superpower brings together a team of energy industry experts to address possible pathways for Canada to become the first sustainable energy superpower. Sponsored by the Canadian Academy of Engineering, the publication looks at new ideas for public-private collaboration on visionary projects.

Canada: Winning as a Sustainable Energy Superpower [Volume II]
Edited by Richard J. Marceau and Clement W. Bowman (First edition, June 2012)

Volume II develops on the themes presented in Volume I to provide significant insight on Canada's historically successful "Big Project Innovation Strategy", the scale of its energy resource assets, and what it would mean for Canada to transition from an "energy superstore" to a "sustainable energy superpower". Sponsored by the Canadian Academy of Engineering.

 

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