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Canada's top Business and Management scientists recognition by Research.com

Five Ivey professors, including two from international business, have been recognized as Canada's top Business and Management scientists by Research.com.

The site ranked the top 1% of academic researchers based on publications, citations and h-index, which evaluates the cumulative impact of an author’s scholarly output over the course of their career.

The Ivey International Business professors named on the ranking are:

  • Professor Paul Beamish, HBA ’76, PhD ’84, International Business & General Management, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Beamish’s work is in the areas of international management, strategic management, and joint ventures and alliances;
  • Professor Klaus Meyer, International Business, and the William G. Davis Chair in International Trade. Meyer’s work investigates the strategies of multinational enterprises in and from emerging economies.

The Research.com list is comprised of leading scientists from the area of Business and Management, and based on an examination of more than 5972 scientists on Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic Graph as of December 2021.

More information on this award, as well as a list of other Ivey recipients, is available here.


Western Strategic Support for SSHRC Success program

Vanessa Hasse was one of two Ivey winners in the competitive Western Strategic Support for SSHRC Success program. Vanessa’s proposal was titled “Culture differences in corporate responses to performance-impact events”.


Finalist, AOM IM Division Best Dissertation Award 

Congratulations to Liang (Arthur) Li (PhD 2021) who has been selected as a finalist for the Academy of Management IM Division Best Dissertation Award. The winner of this award will be announced at the 2022 Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method Award - The Case Center 

Ivey professor, Paul Beamish, received the Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method Award by The Case Center. The award recognizes excellence in case method teaching and case writing.

Beamish is well-known as a prolific academic researcher and is the director of Ivey's International Business Institute. He has also published 150 business cases with associated teaching notes. Some 100 of his cases have been translated into one or more languages, and over 3.5 million copies of his cases have been studied worldwide. In 2010, Beamish founded the 39 Country Initiative that works to increase case teaching in the world’s 39 most disadvantaged countries.

More information on this award can be found here.  Congratulations to Paul.

 

Major Thesis Award Winners and Finalists
in International Business from Ivey

Ivey PhD Program Grad
(Year of Competition)

Academy of
Management
(IM Division)

Academy of International Business

Arthur Li1 (2022)

Finalist  

Dwarka Chakravarty1 (2019)

Finalist Finalist

Max Stallkamp (2019)

  Finalist

Yamlaksira Getachew1 (2018)

Finalist Finalist 

Vanessa Hasse1 (2017)

Winner

Finalist

 Michael Sartor1 (2015)

 

Winner

         Geoff Kistruck1 (2009)

Winner

 

         Jing'an Tang1 (2008)

Finalist

 

         Chris Chung1 (2007)

Winner

 

         Cyril Bouquet (2004)

Finalist

Winner

         Anthony Goerzen1 (2002)

 

Finalist

         Charles Dhanaraj1 (2001)

Winner

 

         Julian Birkinshaw (1996)

Winner

Finalist (1995)

         Shige Makino1 (1995)

Finalist

 

         Patrick Woodcock1 (1995)

Winner

 

         Andrew Inkpen (1993)

Winner

 

         Jonathan Calof1 (1992)

 

Finalist

         Lorna Wright (1991)

 

Finalist

         Paul Beamish (1986)

Winner

Finalist (1985)

 1Supervised by Paul Beamish