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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

China's WeChat giving Apple, Google competition

  May 19, 2017

WeChat developers are creating new “mini-programs” that will look and operate like the apps we currently see on Apple’s iOs and Google’s Android platforms.

Recent Research

Your 2017 summer reading guide from Ivey faculty

  May 12, 2017

Summer reading should always entertain and delight. It doesn’t hurt if it’s educational, too. Once again, Ivey faculty recommend their favourite summer reads. Take a look at what they’ve suggested this year.

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Featured Research

Prevent Pollution or Control It Uncertainty Matters

Prevent Pollution or Control It Uncertainty Matters

  May 12, 2017

As supply chain uncertainty increases, organizations shift resources away from pollution prevention to pollution control approaches. This isn’t good news: pollution prevention creates more value for organizations than pollution control.

 The future in 3D

The future in 3D

  May 3, 2017

Ivey Associate Professor Ning Su's research centres around the transformation of organizations in the age of digitalization and globalization. The impact on business of 3D printing is one of his specific research projects.

How neurodiverse talent can help your business

How neurodiverse talent can help your business

  May 2, 2017

In an article for Harvard Business Review, Ivey professor Rob Austin says companies should adjust their recruitment, selection, and career development policies to reflect a broader definition of talent.