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.
Tima Bansal, Paul Beamish, Mary Crossan, the late Jane Howell, Robert Klassen, Alison Konrad, Klaus Meyer, Simon Parker, and Stephan Vachon were recognized on Stanford University’s list of most-cited researchers.
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.
The centres and institutes of Ivey Business School produce world class research in topics such as entrepreneurship, sustainability, investing, leadership, digital banking, and infrastructure.
Professor Steve Wu and his team of experts examine the effect bonuses and penalties have on employees. They find that penalties not only have the potential to increase employee turnover but that bonuses have a more positive effect as their value increases.
PhD Candidate Mirit Grabarski and her co-author, study educational reforms at schools and examine the decision making process by school managers using the garbage can model.
We're excited to announce a $1.75-million joint gift from Power Corporation of Canada, Canada Life, and IGM Financial to create new research and programming at the Lawrence Centre as well as new internship and scholarship offerings at Ivey for underrepresented groups.