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May 15, 2019

How does a business achieve both economic and creative success?

A case study of a successful design firm in Denmark finds that employees with seemingly competing interests within the firm, economic stability and artistic freedom, have interactions that are both financially productive and promotes firm cohesion in its mission to deliver cutting edge creativity.
May 8, 2019

Celebrating Ivey’s faculty contributions to research, the classroom, and service

At the annual Faculty Retreat on May 7, 19 Ivey faculty members received awards for their contributions to research, the classroom, and service.
May 8, 2019

Cash is King (Of Pain)

Comparing cash and less tangible forms of money Duclos and Khamitov find that having cash in hand right now reduces any willingness to wait for a larger payoff at a later time. This holds important implications for understanding saving behaviours.
May 1, 2019

Evaluating a school-based naloxone kit program

Ivey professors Lauren Cipriano and Greg Zaric identify conditions under which a plan by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) to equip high schools with naloxone kits would be cost-effective.
May 1, 2019

Against the green

Wren Montgomery explores why green firms hide their environmental practices
Apr 24, 2019

Channel Competition in Retail

Ivey’s Hubert Pun models multi-channel competition in retailing
Apr 17, 2019

How Influential is Marketing Thought?

In a sophisticated topic modelling analysis of general business publications over the last century, Ivey researchers show that marketing as a discipline is increasingly influential to both general and quantitative practice, and is likely to become more important.
Apr 17, 2019

What is sustainable development in an age of disruption?

In her foreword for the book, Rethinking Strategic Management: Sustainable Strategizing for Positive Impact, Professor Tima Bansal, Director of Ivey’s Centre for Building Sustainable Value, discusses sustainable development in an age of disruption.
Apr 16, 2019

Sustainable development in an age of disruption

In her Guidepost for the Academy of Management, Professor Tima Bansal, Director of Ivey’s Centre for Building Sustainable Value, discusses why sustainable development researchers should consider the impact of disruptions on society and the prosperity of future generations.
Apr 10, 2019

Immigration and Entrepreneurial Activities

The share of immigrants in a country positively relates to the creation, growth, and export activities of new firms, especially in countries with positive attitudes towards immigrants.