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Nov 25, 2020

How are corporate ventures evaluated and selected?

Professor Simon Parker, and team, explore the selection and funding process of early-stage entrepreneurial venture initiatives and uncover differences in the relevance of the criteria used to evaluate them at different stages.
Nov 23, 2020

Evaluating living kidney donor candidates simultaneously

Ivey’s Mehmet Begen and team find that living donor programs for the same recipient should consider evaluating up to four living donor candidates simultaneously because health care system costs incurred are more than offset by the avoided dialysis costs.
Nov 20, 2020

Movement towards tying executive pay to ESG targets

Nadine de Gannes moderated a webinar hosted by the CPA-Ivey Centre for Accounting and the Public Interest, which explored the rising tide of ESG for corporate decision-makers.
Nov 20, 2020

Four Western faculty named to Highly Cited Researchers 2020 list

The annual list identifies researchers who have demonstrated significant influence in their chosen field or fields through the publication of multiple highly cited papers during the last decade.
Nov 18, 2020

The Perils and Promise of Meeting the Promotion and Tenure Requirements in a Business School

Emeritus Professor, Jim Hatch, takes a granular look at the typical Promotion and Tenure system within business schools in his recent article.
Nov 16, 2020

Do Millennials’ Driving Behaviours Differ from Earlier Generations?

Wren Montgomery and team study Millennials’ driving behaviours and find that they exhibit significantly different driving behaviours than earlier generations. Primarily due to attitudes and not socio‐economic factors.
Nov 9, 2020

Lee Watkiss reviews a half‐century of Weick’s major theories

Ivey Professor Lee Watkiss and Boston College's Marie Ann Glynn review Weick’s major theories and show how he differentially emphasizes organizing and sensemaking over time, while ultimately arriving at a fuller integration of meaning and action.
Nov 4, 2020

How state and market logics influence firm strategy from within and outside? Evidence from Chinese financial intermediary firms

Ivey Professor Klaus Meyer and his team study how state and market logics jointly influence firm strategy, in the context of the Chinese financial intermediary industry.
Nov 2, 2020

Creating Mutual Gains to Leverage a Racially Diverse Workforce

Professor Alison Konrad's research finds link between workforce racial diversity and firm financial performance. Check it out here.
Oct 27, 2020

The role of mutual funds in corporate social responsibility

New research from Ivey Professors Saurin Patel and Frank Li is now available online.