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Nov 3, 2017

A useful new tool for business researchers

Ivey researchers demonstrate a new statistical test for researchers looking to explain more complex causal relationships.
Nov 1, 2017

Reform gone wrong

Glenn Rowe and Karin Schnarr uncover the shortfalls of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Oct 1, 2017

Going green

Adam Fremeth’s research looks at an unexpected effect of cleantech innovation grants
Sep 8, 2017

Canadian cities bid for Amazon headquarters

Amazon has sparked a flurry of activity among Canadian cities with the announcement that it is seeking a second so-called headquarters, a massive complex that the giant online retailer says comes with up to 50,000 jobs. But Canadian bidders face sizable challenges, says Ivey's Davin Raiha.
Sep 1, 2017

Tough times

Paul Beamish considers the challenges of companies in difficult markets
Aug 31, 2017

Acclaimed achievements on the international stage

Professor Paul Beamish, HBA ’76, PhD ’84, received the PWC Strategy& Eminent Scholar in International Management Award on August 7 at the Academy of Management’s annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga.
Aug 22, 2017

Media running with the Bull of Wall Street

Assistant Professor Amos Nadler's research on the impact testosterone has on financial traders is starting to garner media attention in North America and Europe.
Aug 16, 2017

Elevated testosterone causes bull market trading

A study, led by researchers from the Ivey Business School, University of Oxford, and Claremont Graduate University, for the first time has shown that testosterone directly impacts financial decisions that drive prices up and destabilize markets.
Aug 11, 2017

High-end companies most vulnerable to knockoffs

Once a company introduces a new product on the market, it doesn't take long before a counterfeit knockoff appears for a cheaper price. Assistant Professor Hubert Pun discusses the issue of copycat manufacturing with The Globe and Mail.
Aug 2, 2017

Paying Attention: Scale and Organizational Attention

Why do many organizations miss possible massively disruptive events?