David Dunne

LRC Contributor

David Dunne teaches marketing and advertising at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and is a partner in a Montreal advertising agency. With colleagues at the Ontario College of Art and Design, he works with students to develop advertising campaigns for non-profit organizations.

Articles by David Dunne

  • A (Tarnished) Penny for Her Thoughts (November 2005)
    A review of Laura Penny’s Your Call Is Important to Us: The Truth about Bullshit
  • The Honest Adman (November 2009)
    A review of The Age of Persuasion: How Marketing Ate Our Culture, by Terry O’Reilly and Mike Tennant
  • Standing on Guard for Tim’s (April 2008)
    A review of The Donut: A Canadian History, by Steve Penfold
  • Loaded Assumptions (December 2006)
    A review of No One Makes You Shop at Wal-Mart: The Surprising Deceptions of Individual Choice, by Tom Slee
  • A Bomb in a Parachute (March 2006)
    A review of The Parachute, by Sinclair Dumontais, translated by Patricia Claxton