Using almost forty years of franchise data in the U.S. automotive industry, Ivey’s Kersi Antia and his colleagues show that physical distance between sales franchisees is not the sole determinant of outlet sales.
Ivey professors Yasser Rahrovani and Rob Austin, along with Professor Alain Pinsonneault from Desautels Faculty of Management, authored an article for MIT Sloan Management Review about slack innovation programs and how to match “slack strategy” to employee type.
A text-mining analysis of the academic work on the idea of consumer-brand relationships, describes seven major research themes and provide insights that clearly outline the domain and define opportunities for future research.
Long waits, frustrated patients and overworked health-care providers are just a few of the issues Canada’s health-care system is facing today as a result of a rapidly aging population and shortage of hospital beds.
Ryan Zurrer’s gift establishes the Cryptoeconomics Lab at Ivey. The gift enables the School to become a thought leader in innovative research, teaching and outreach around cryptoeconomics, under the direction of Associate Professor Jean-Philippe (J.P.) Vergne.