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Aug 29, 2016

Building on opportunities

Andrew Scarffe, a research associate at the Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation, discusses international agreements between Ontario Academic Health Science Centres and foreign governments.
Aug 16, 2016

Andreas Schotter | Canada's trade deal with EU a model for Brexit?

Many experts and trade insiders question whether CETA's framework is far-reaching enough to allow the UK to replicate its current level of access to the single market.
Jul 18, 2016

Tony Frost | Canada is the most tax competitive country for businesses in the world

YAHOO! Finance spoke with Tony Frost about Canada being the most tax competitive country
Jul 12, 2016

Mike Moffatt | Halting trade won't solve globalization's problems

In an op-ed for TVO, Assistant Professor Mike Moffatt talks Brexit, inequality, and globalization.
Jun 20, 2016

Five years of the Ubuntu Management Education Initiative

Five years ago, Associate Professor Nicole Haggerty spearheaded the Ubuntu Management Education Initiative at Ivey. Now it's reaching milestones, helping more students in Africa experience the Case-Method of Learning every year.
Apr 28, 2016

Ivey MSc Program | Global Laboratory Video

Ivey's MScs just experienced a 10-week international practicum. Learn more about their experiences.
Mar 14, 2016

Scotiabank International Case Competition a mix of business savvy and culture

Sponsored by Scotiabank for the past 16 years, Ivey hosted the Scotiabank International Case Competition (SICC), welcoming students from all over the world to come and tackle a real-life business case and indulge in new cultures.
Feb 22, 2016

Robert Hardt | Ivey Idea Forum - Made in Canada? Rethinking Canadian Manufacturing

Robert Hardt, President and CEO, Siemens Canada, talks about innovative strategies needed for Canadian manufacturers to grow successfully and what government can do to help business compete.
Jan 8, 2016

Andreas Schotter | China’s market turmoil likely to have impact on B.C. real estate

This week's market upheaval in China could convince Chinese investors to move their money into assets not linked to the renminbi currency, including B.C. real estate. Assistant Professor Andreas Schotter discusses.
Nov 12, 2015

Lawrence National Centre | Mapping Canada's future

Although manufacturing may be down, it’s certainly not out, but Canadian companies and policy makers are facing some complex and multi-faceted challenges. That was the message at an early September meeting of the minds in Toronto, hosted by the University of Western Ontario’s Ivey Business School.