A proven track record
In response to the Chinese
governments decree that 25% of MBA courses in China be taught using the case method:
16 MBA casebooks for the Peoples Republic of
China were published in 1998, in collaboration with Tsinghua University in Beijing. Translation of the 16 China
completed in 1999. Ivey has continued to publish new topics of
both English and Chinese casebooks for the Chinese MBA curriculum.
18 textbooks, jointly recommended by Ivey
faculty and Tsinghua faculty, were reprinted in 1998 for the Peoples Republic of
casebooks for Taiwan (in traditional Chinese characters) were published
from 2002 to 2004, in collaboration with the National Taiwan University in Taipei.
Many of our case collections and textbooks
authored by Ivey Faculty have been translated into Asian languages including
Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
Between 1990 and 1994, eleven (11) books, (co)edited
by Ivey faculty, were published in Chinese in collaboration with our CIDA - sponsored
partners at three Chinese universities. Five (5) were case collections, five (5)
were translations of texts and one (1) was a monograph about Ivey.
A five-volume casebook set
translated and published jointly with Tsinghua University.
Business textbooks translated by Dalian University.
A textbook on
Multinational Joint Ventures translated and published by Southeast University.
Research report: "The
Building and the Operation of a North American Business School" which details
the major aspects of the Ivey Business School from a Chinese perspective
Porter's best selling books Competitive Strategy and Competitive
Advantage translated by Ivey's adjunct professor Chen Xiaoyue and
published in 1997 by Tsinghua University.