Julie Bernard


Julie Bernard is a doctoral candidate (PhD) at the Faculty of Administration Sciences in the department of management at Université Laval, QC. She studies various issues related to responsible investment such as shareholder engagement (strategies and ethical concerns), management of conflicting stakeholders’ demands and materiality in sustainability reporting. She is a student-member of the Canada Research Chair in Internationalization of Sustainable Development and Organizational Accountability, where her research is in line with the Chair’s research theme “Greenwashing prevention and new governance mechanisms.” She is also a member of other research groups with similar research interests related to sustainability at Université Laval (e. g. EDS Institute, LiRSE). Ms. Bernard holds a master’s degree from the National School of Public Administration (ENAP) and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Ottawa. Contact: julie.bernard.5@ulaval.ca

Setting Standards for a Canadian Sustainability Standards Board

by , et al.Issue: May / June 2022

Indigenous voices and greater stakeholder interests, along with a serious focus on international comparability, need to be a real part of the standards oversight conversation