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Ivey faculty members make their mark exploring and solving the disruptive challenges facing business. They share these insights and offer practical solutions to a range of learners from undergrads to executives.

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Throughout Ivey's 80-year history, the School has formed partnerships with major corporations and alumni to support research and development. Our partners fund individual case writing and research activities and support major projects.

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The centres and institutes of Ivey Business School produce world class research in topics such as entrepreneurship, sustainability, investing, leadership, digital banking, and agriculture.

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Faculty in the News

Looking ahead: Ivey researchers show the value of long-term orientation

  Sep 21, 2016

A new paper by Ivey researchers Tima Bansal and Caroline Flammer shows that, although costly in the short-term, treating company stakeholders well will pay off in the long-term.

Recent Research

CEO Intellectual Stimulation

  Sep 23, 2016

Especially during times of uncertainty, employees make sense of CEO communications and modelling about intellectual innovation to see their own work as more meaningful.

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Featured Research

Looking ahead: Ivey researchers show the value of long-term orientation

Looking ahead: Ivey researchers show the value of long-term orientation

  Sep 21, 2016

A new paper by Ivey researchers Tima Bansal and Caroline Flammer shows that, although costly in the short-term, treating company stakeholders well will pay off in the long-term.

Sustainability Risk: Mitigate, Avoid, or Accept?

Sustainability Risk: Mitigate, Avoid, or Accept?

  Sep 7, 2016

Firms face risks stemming from their supplier's possible social or environmental misconduct. Turns out, purchasing managers behave differently when they perceive these risks to be high versus low.

Can you be in love with your iPhone?

Can you be in love with your iPhone?

  Sep 1, 2016

Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar’s research explores people’s relationships with technology

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