Ivey faculty and case writers work on the ground in locations around Asia, conducting in-person interviews with the principals in the case to gain a personal sense of the local context.
With this experience, we are in an ideal position to lead the development of Asian business cases, one of the first priorities of the Asian Management Institute. Cases represent a valuable potential resource addressing an Asian need for integrated management education. They are a means to capture immediate business issues and provide insights into the unique nature of Asian markets.
Ivey’s active collection of 3,900 cases includes 834 Asian case studies, with nearly 1,000 cases in one or more Asian language translations. Ivey is the second largest producer of management case studies in the world and the top producer of current, comprehensive Asian cases.
Leading the way in Asia-related publications
The Chinese government has declared that 25 per cent of MBA courses in China be taught using the case method. In response, Ivey has developed an extensive library of case books :
- Ivey has continued to publish new topics of both English and Chinese casebooks for the Chinese MBA curriculum.That includes 16 MBA casebooks , in collaboration with Tsinghua University in Beijing.
- Casebooks for Taiwan (in traditional Chinese characters), 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.
- Eleven books, (co)edited by Ivey faculty, were published in Chinese in collaboration with our CIDA – sponsored partners at three Chinese universities. A five-volume casebook set translated and published jointly with Tsinghua University
- Four International Business textbooks translated by Dalian University.
- A textbook on Multinational Joint Ventures translated and published by Southeast University.