Sep 1, 2017

In the Media for Summer

Here are this summer's highlights of Ivey faculty sharing their expertise with the media. Check our News & Events website for the latest Ivey news, videos, and blogs.
Aug 31, 2017

Acclaimed achievements on the international stage

Professor Paul Beamish, HBA ’76, PhD ’84, received the PWC Strategy& Eminent Scholar in International Management Award on August 7 at the Academy of Management’s annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga.
Aug 23, 2017

Prepping AEOs for back to school

We asked Ivey’s faculty members for some fun, easy-to-digest content to satisfy our AEOs’ hunger for knowledge.
Aug 16, 2017

Elevated testosterone causes bull market trading

A study, led by researchers from the Ivey Business School, University of Oxford, and Claremont Graduate University, for the first time has shown that testosterone directly impacts financial decisions that drive prices up and destabilize markets.
Aug 14, 2017

Ivey faculty and their favourite cases

Three Ivey professors share their favourite cases to teach – the ones that spark passionate debates and discussions in the classroom, teach valuable lessons, and prove why we swear by Case-Method Learning.
Aug 11, 2017

High-end companies most vulnerable to knockoffs

Once a company introduces a new product on the market, it doesn't take long before a counterfeit knockoff appears for a cheaper price. Assistant Professor Hubert Pun discusses the issue of copycat manufacturing with The Globe and Mail.
Jul 28, 2017

U.S. sanctions on Venezuela could benefit Canadian oil producers

U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to impose sanctions on Venezuela, which could help Canada’s oil industry.
Jul 25, 2017

#BoycottSearsCanada: Canadians turn against iconic retailer

Sears Canada has announced it will close 59 of its 255 stores and subsequently lay off 2,900 workers without severance. As a result, Canadians are calling for a boycott of the retailer.
Jul 12, 2017

The fine line of foreign takeovers

Assistant Professor Andreas Schotter spoke to Business in Vancouver about the growing interest Chinese firms have in acquiring Canadian technology companies.
Jul 5, 2017

Is your company overlooking top talent?

In an interview with HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review, Professor Rob Austin and Gary Pisano, a professor at Harvard Business School, discuss why firms are hiring more employees with autism spectrum disorder and other forms of neurodiversity and adapting their hiring processes to do so.