Asian Management

Asian Commitment

Our commitment to Asia

The Ivey Business School has a long-standing focus on international business and many years’ experience in Asia. Here are some of the ways we have invested in Asia:

  • We have educated hundreds of Asian HBA and MBA students.
  • Through our PhD program, we have trained dozens of faculty members for such universities as National University of Singapore, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Tsinghua University.
  • Ivey has established a campus in Hong Kong, the Cheng Yu Tung Management Institute at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre.
  • Ivey faculty has extensive teaching experience in Asia, through visiting faculty appointments and short-term courses offered in China.
  • A student-driven initiative sends a group of MBA students to China and India to teach courses in general management to undergraduate management students every May.
  • We produce more current Asian business cases than any other business school – over 1000 in circulation.
  • Ivey has a rich collection of translated cases, case books, books and textbooks for use in Asia.
  • Senior Ivey representatives tour the region each year, recruiting top students for the Ivey MBA Program.
  • Students of our Executive MBA Programs visit Asia annually to research best practices.
  • Extensive exchanges for undergraduates and MBAs take place every year, between Ivey and Asian universities.

Latest Research

The Moderating Effects of National Culture on Escalation of Commitment

by David Sharp, Stephen Salter, Yvonne Chen, December 31, 2015. Advances in Accounting

The Impact of Vicarious Experience on Foreign Location Strategy

by Paul Beamish, Guoliang Jiang, Guy Holburn, September 30, 2014. Journal of International Management

Ivey Business School Selected Cases

by William Wei, Paul Beamish, August 01, 2014. Truth and Wisdom Press

The Effect of Host Country Long Term Orientation on Subsidiary Ownership and Survival

by Paul Beamish, George Peng, June 19, 2014. Asia Pacific Journal of Management

Financial Support

Financial support is essential to the ongoing work of developing materials for Asia.