Feb 21, 2017

Steve Foerster | In uncertain times, keep your eye on cash flows

A new paper by Ivey Professor Stephen Foerster, along with John Tsagarelis and Grant Wang of Highstreet Asset Management, presents a way to better measure corporate cash flows.
Feb 17, 2017

Erin Cheney | The U.S. needs a trade relationship with Canada

Erin Cheney, research associate for Agri-Food@Ivey, spoke with Farms.com about the new report from Ivey's Lawrence Centre, We Make Things Together.
Feb 15, 2017

Lawrence Centre report | Revising NAFTA would hurt economy

On February 14, Ivey’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management’s released its latest study We Make Things Together, which discusses the trade interdependence between Ontario and each of the eight states making up the Great Lakes region (GLS8).
Feb 15, 2017

Housing for health

Joie Chow discusses the health concerns that arise from FNMI overcrowding, due to the lack of housing infrastructure.
Feb 14, 2017

We Make Things Together: Potential Impact of Changes to NAFTA on the Great Lakes Region

The Ivey Business School’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management’s latest study We Make Things Together provides a detailed picture of the trade interdependence between Ontario and each of the eight states making up the Great Lakes region (GLS8).
Feb 2, 2017

Kun Huo | Beyond the paycheque

Assistant Professor Kun Huo researched ways to improve employee engagement and productivity, outside of financial incentives.
Feb 1, 2017

Improving musculoskeletal care in the emergency room

Emma Pearson, a Student Research Analyst at the Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation and a Kinesiology student at Western University, wrote a blog discussing the benefits of incorporating specialized health professionals, like physiotherapists, in the ER.
Feb 1, 2017

Beyond the paycheque

Kun Huo’s research focuses on non-financial incentives and performance
Jan 31, 2017

The Ivey Symposium on Consumer Behaviour: recognizing 10 years of groundbreaking research

Ivey PhD student Jeff Rotman presented at the 10th Annual Ivey Symposium on Consumer Behaviour. His study, The Case of Moral Peacocking: Identity Reinforcement on Social Media, asks, “Are people saying they’re outraged because they’re sincerely outraged, or because they want to be seen as outraged?”
Jan 30, 2017

Fictional characters prove beneficial for product endorsement

At the 10th Annual Ivey Symposium on Consumer Behaviour, Allison Johnson, an assistant professor of Marketing at Ivey, explained how consumers are more likely to assign meaning and credibility to a fictional character than an actual celebrity.