Faculty & Research
Accounting as an “actor”
Martin Persson’s research explores how financial models sometimes create what they’re trying to measure
Brandon Schaufele: Experiencing Ivey the second time around
You could say Brandon Schaufele is revisiting his research roots.
Cross Enterprise Leadership requires different ways of thinking about pressing research questions of today.
The Centre for Building Sustainable Value exists to provide practitioners and students with the knowledge, tools and capabilities to manage both private and public interests effectively through organizational actions.
Cross-enterprise leaders need to be able to look beyond specific functions such as finance, marketing and operations to understand how every part of the business fits into a complex business environment.
Our focus is three-fold: entering emerging markets, operating in emerging markets, and engaging foreign market competitors.
Our focus is to create new knowledge that will improve the practice of business leadership and help develop the next generation of business leaders.
Distinctive Research Areas
Centres & Institutes
The Asian Management Institute is dedicated to the development and dissemination of the world's leading body of research and teaching materials on Asian business.
The mission of the Centre is to research, teach, apply and promote the style of investing developed by Benjamin Graham in the early 1930s, referred to as Value Investing.
Explore the essential competencies and character traits that add up to great leadership.
The Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre is the forum for discovering and disseminating new knowledge about energy issues facing business, government, and civil society.
The Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation is dedicated to identifying, assessing and commercializing innovative technologies, systems and processes that will make real change for healthcare providers, patients and the healthcare system.
The Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management is committed to the development of sound public policy by providing a national forum for business, academia, and government.
The goal of the Morrissette Institute for Entrepreneurship is to enable the leaders and of high-growth entrepreneurial firms to create and capture value.