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Feb 8, 2018

Breaking the complexity of the investment chain

Ivey Assistant Professor Diane-Laure Arjaliès co-authored a new book, Chains of Finance: How Investment Management is Shaped, that looks at the investment management industry and determines there is a complex and costly investment chain.
Feb 1, 2018

A look at leadership

Lucas Monzani’s research examines true leadership and the effect power has on leaders.
Jan 29, 2018

Help define a way forward for financial advice in Canada

In a recent publication, a group of Ivey researchers aspires to define the role of digital technology or “robo-advisors” in financial planning and the framework for “Next Gen Digital Advice.”
Jan 24, 2018

Intuition matters in online shopping

In Harvard Business Review, Associate Professor Derrick Neufeld discusses why consumers are influenced by aesthetics and professionalism when deciding whether or not to purchase online.
Jan 23, 2018

Customers as Lobbyists

Turn your customers into political advocates.
Jan 9, 2018

Competing with Copycats

Advice for manufacturers facing copycat competitors
Jan 2, 2018

Taking risks: The problems with portfolio managers’ compensation schemes

New research from Assistant Finance Professor Shyam Venkatesan shows portfolio managers are taking more risks in hope of beating the benchmark, because their performance contracts reward them for outperforming.
Jan 1, 2018

Taking risks

Shyam Venkatesan reveals the problems with portfolio managers’ compensation schemes
Dec 20, 2017

Marketing Accounts

Increasing the influence of marketing in an organization with internal marketing accounts.
Dec 12, 2017

Feedback that ostracizes coworkers

In a workplace using a 360 degree feedback system, ostracism by coworkers has a stronger negative effect.