Assistant Professor, Strategy / Entrepreneurship
Organizational Management, Shannon School of Business
Dr. Kevin McKague is an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy at the Shannon School of Business and an internationally experienced academic and researcher of market-based and social enterprise-led approaches global poverty alleviation.
Kevin has taught entrepreneurship and strategy at the undergraduate, graduate and executive level and has led major research projects for the International Finance Corporation (World Bank), The UN’s Growing Inclusive Markets Initiative, the International Development Research Centre and the Canadian International Development Agency.
Kevin’s research has spanned 12 African countries as well as Bangladesh, Canada, the US and India. His work has been published in numerous practitioner reports as well as in California Management Review, MIT/Sloan Management Review, Innovations, Stanford Social Innovation Review and the Social Enterprise Journal. Kevin is also the author of Making Markets More Inclusive (Palgrave).
Kevin has an MBA and a PhD from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto and an Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science from McMaster University in Hamilton. A former member of the Board of Governors of York University, Kevin also holds a Senior Research Fellowship at the Centre for Peace, Democracy and Development at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.