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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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Professorships, Chairs, and Fellowships

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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Centres & Institutes

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

June Cotte | Buying a Prius isn't always an ethical choice

  Aug 22, 2016

In an article in Quartz, marketing professor June Cotte argues that social awareness does indeed play a huge role in the ethical decisions we make as consumers.

Recent Research

Reducing Supply and Demand Uncertainty

  Aug 26, 2016

What should a firm worry about more: supply or demand uncertainty?

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Featured Research

June Cotte | Buying a Prius isn't always an ethical choice

June Cotte | Buying a Prius isn't always an ethical choice

  Aug 22, 2016

In an article in Quartz, marketing professor June Cotte argues that social awareness does indeed play a huge role in the ethical decisions we make as consumers.

How do families with seniors “do family?” Exploring elders and family

How do families with seniors “do family?” Exploring elders and family

  Aug 19, 2016

Families with adult children and elderly parents often combine people, possessions, memories, love and care with marketplace resources, such as paid service providers.

Niraj Dawar | Use big data to create value for customers

Niraj Dawar | Use big data to create value for customers

  Aug 17, 2016

In a blog piece for Harvard Business Review, Dawar believes "the questions that need to be asked of big data are not just what will trigger the next purchase, but what will get this customer to remain loyal."

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