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  • Rankings News Events Media Releases In the News Find an Expert Inside Ivey Blog Ivey Idea Forum Events Contact Communications Public Affairs Social Media Directory Case Sales For Alumni Alumni Portal Stay Connected Get Involved Enjoy the Benefits Invest in Ivey Ivey Trading Company Contact Us FAQ For Recruiters Ivey PhD Program Contact Text size PhD Program About Disciplines People Admissions Finance Study at Western Contact PhD Twitter Feed Contact With a diverse group of applicants not all answers are one size fits all we want to ensure you get the answers you need We re happy to have a conversation with you about your application your questions about the program or the steps you should be thinking about next Don t hesitate to contact us General Inquiries Telephone 519 661 2111 x 80244 Email phd ivey ca Contact the Ivey PhD Program Office First Name Last Name Email Address Year of Interest Country How did you hear about us Message Share Take Action with Ivey Browse by Discipline Apply Online Contact Us Key Dates Apply Online for the PhD Program October 15 2013 Application deadline On line application and all supporting documents due in PhD office January 15 2014

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  • will integrate advanced courses from the Department of Economics with specific finance courses offered at Ivey such as corporate finance investments and empirical research in finance The PhD in finance has a strong focus in quantitative research As a result a strong background in statistics and econometrics can help students to successfully complete the required coursework If you are considering applying to our PhD in Finance and you have questions regarding the program please feel free to contact the PhD Finance Coordinator or any finance faculty member doing research in your specific area of interest Finance is currently not accepting applications Contact Us Courses Publications Finance Special Field I 9801 a b The first core seminar in finance introduces the mathematics of portfolio theory the Capital Asset Pricing Model and market efficiency The focus will be on the mathematical tools used in each of these areas Finance Special Field II 9811 a b This course represents an advanced study of asset pricing and other empirical techniques frequently used in financial economics Focus is on the techniques used most often in the analysis of financial markets and how they are applied to actual market data Finance Special Field III 9821 a b This course covers the theoretical and empirical corporate finance literature The class format is designed to familiarize students with how academic papers are written and to train them in critically reading these papers Assignments are intended to help students identify questions and develop ideas for their dissertations Finance Special Field IV 9831 a b This course is designed to develop an understanding of the various research methodologies used in different areas of financial economics Students will have the opportunity to interact with faculty doing research in diverse areas of financial economics and are be required to complete one mini project Math for Economists 9600 3 week workshop starting mid August Microeconomics I 9601 Microeconomics II 9602 Macroeconomics I 9603 Macroeconomics II 9604 Econometrics and Quantitative Methods I 9605 Econometrics and Quantitative Methods II 9606 Economic Mathematics I 9607 View More Publications Here Refereed Articles Holburn G L F Vanden Bergh R 2013 Integrated Market and Non Market Strategies Political Campaign Contributions around Merger and Acquisitions Events in the Energy Sector Strategic Management Journal forthcoming Athanassakos G 2012 Using Historical Financial Statements to Separate Winning from Losing Value Stocks in Canada Interlisted Vs Non Interlisted Stocks Journal of Business and Financial Affairs 1 3 Cipriano L E Zaric G S Owens D K Brandeau M L 2012 Cost Effectiveness of Screening for Acute HIV and HCV Infection in Injection Drug Users PLoS One September 7 9 1 12 Non Refereed Articles Athanassakos G 2013 A Matter of Character Researchers try to define what makes a value investor Canadian Investment Review February Athanassakos G 2013 Buffetted Why the world s greatest investor changed his strategy Globe and Mail March 5 B17 Athanassakos G 2013 How value helps you avoid the herd A 101 guide to Ben Graham s approach Canadian Investment

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  • Quick Facts Rankings News Events Media Releases In the News Find an Expert Inside Ivey Blog Ivey Idea Forum Events Contact Communications Public Affairs Social Media Directory Case Sales For Alumni Alumni Portal Stay Connected Get Involved Enjoy the Benefits Invest in Ivey Ivey Trading Company Contact Us FAQ For Recruiters Ivey PhD Program Admissions Finance Apply Text size PhD Program About Disciplines People Admissions Finance Admission Apply Finance Degree Requirements FAQ Study at Western Contact PhD Twitter Feed Apply The on line application form and all supporting documents including official transcripts and test scores are due in the PhD Program Office by January 15 You can apply on line beginning October 15 of the current calendar year for admission the following September In addition to the online application form applicants are advised to visit the Admissions page and review the supplementary documents transcripts CV test scores etc that are required to complete their application file Apply Now If you have any questions please feel free to contact us Share Contact Us Key Dates Apply Online for the PhD Program October 15 2013 Application deadline On line application and all supporting documents due in PhD office January 15 2014 About

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  • much of the field is open to interpretation and reinterpretation Course Outline General Management II 9817 a b Students receive an in depth appreciation of core strategy research from a theoretical perspective with methodological issues in strategy research also highlighted The course is structured around strategy research streams Each class focuses on a research stream and features a discussion of the theoretical and methodological issues in that stream Course Outline Organizational Theory 9826 a b Students are introduced to key issues and perspectives in organizational theory Each class is designed to provide some exposure both in important historical contributions and to recent treatments of the topic Each class also contains both theoretical and empirical contributions Course Outline Economics 2150 2151 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I and II OR 2260 2261 Microeconomics I and II PhD students who did not complete undergraduate graduate courses in economics prior to admission are required to successfully complete two undergraduate courses in microeconomics The requirement must be completed before the comprehensive exam View More Publications Here Refereed Articles Anderson B Eshima Y 2013 The Influence of Firm Age and Intangible Resources on the Relationship between Entrepreneurial Orientation and Firm Growth among Japanese SMEs Journal of Business Venturing forthcoming Arregle J L Miller T L Hitt M A Beamish P W 2013 Do Regions Matter An Integrated Institutional and Semi Globalization Perspective on the Internationalization of MNEs Strategic Management Journal forthcoming Bansal P Knox Hayes J K 2013 The Time and Space of Materiality in Organizations and the Environment Organization and Environment March 26 1 61 82 Bondy M Altenhot W Chen X Snowdon A W Vrkljan B 2013 Development of a finite element multi body model of a newborn infant for restraint analysis and design Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering forthcoming Choi C B Beamish P W 2013 Resource Complementarity and International Joint Venture Performance Asia Pacific Journal of Management forthcoming Choi S B Williams C 2013 Innovation and Firm Performance in Korea and China A Cross Context Test of Mainstream Theories Technology Analysis and Strategic Management forthcoming Choi S B Williams C 2013 The impact of innovation intensity scope and spillovers on sales growth in Chinese firms Asia Pacific Journal of Management forthcoming Chung C C Lee S H Beamish P W Southam C Nam D 2013 Pitting real options theory against risk diversification theory International diversification and joint ownership control in economic crisis Journal of World Business January 48 1 122 136 Crossan M M Mazutis D Seijts G H 2013 In search of virtue The role of virtues values and character strengths in ethical decision making Journal of Business Ethics forthcoming Dai L Eden L Beamish P W 2013 Place Space and Geographical Exposure Foreign Subsidiary Survival in Conflict Zones Journal of International Business Studies forthcoming Dawar N Stornelli J 2013 Rebuilding the Relationship Between Manufacturers and Retailers Sloan Management Review MIT Winter 54 2 83 90 Dutta D Beamish P W 2013 Expatriate managers product relatedness and IJV performance A

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  • PhD graduates and the largest number awarded to any institution globally Information Systems PhD students take courses in Research Methods Statistics IS Special Fields emphasizing core topics including IS theories adoption implementation decision making organizational impacts along with many other diverse topics reflecting a cross section of the various sub fields of IS studies Additionally there will be elective choices offered by other Area Groups in the school such as Strategy or Organizational Behaviour and or other graduate faculties in the university such as Sociology Computer Science or Statistics Other aspects of the program are tailored to fit the student s own research teaching and professional interests In the Information Systems seminar classes students consider recent scholarly work in the field develop an understanding of theories and models design research approaches and enhance their ability to understand and resolve complex managerial problems related to information systems Contact Us Handbook Courses Publications Information Systems I 9832 a b This course acquaints students with some of the research in the information systems IS field Students will learn to read critically appraise research methodology and content make concise and interesting presentations and develop their abilities to interpret integrate different bodies of literature within the IS field Course Outline Information Systems II 9842 a b This course explores the notion of technology and examines qualitative approaches as well as alternative epistemological perspectives to develop a greater understanding of technology Information Systems III 9852 a b Students will be exposed to a wide range of research topics in the Information Systems IS field This exposure will enable students to learn to read critically appraise research methodology and content make concise and interesting presentations and develop their abilities to interpret integrate different bodies of literature within the IS field Course Outline View More Publications Here Refereed Articles Neufeld D J Fang Y Wan Z 2013 Community of practice behaviors and individual learning outcomes Group Decision and Negotiation forthcoming Su N 2013 Internationalization Strategies of Chinese IT Service Suppliers MIS Quarterly March 37 1 175 200 Wang Y Meister D B Gray P 2013 Social Influence and Knowledge Management Systems Use Evidence from Panel Data MIS Quarterly forthcoming Compeau D R Marcolin B Kelley H Higgins C A 2012 Generalizability of Information Systems Research Using Student Subjects A Reflection on Our Practices and Recommendations for Future Research Information Systems Research December 23 4 1093 1109 Wan Z Compeau D R Haggerty N 2012 The Effects of Self Regulated Learning Processes on E Learning Outcomes in Organizational Settings Journal of Management Information Systems Summer 29 1 307 339 Breward K Breward M C Higgins C A 2011 Diversity issues in information technology education The role of cultural values in predicting training preferences and subsequent training effectiveness Review of Business Research March 11 2 9 38 Duxbury L E Higgins C A Smart R 2011 Elder Care and the Impact of Caregiver Strain on the Health of Employed Caregivers WORK A Journal of Prevention Assessment Rehabilitation 40 1 29

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  • II 9812 a b This is the second course of a two part series where students will develop an understanding of the theoretical foundations and applications of management science The focus of the second course is on stochastic modeling and includes topics such as statistics probability theory stochastic processes queuing models dynamic programming simulation and revenue management The emphasis of this seminar is on achieving a sound understanding of the fundamental theoretical models as well as on the application to real world problems Course Outline Supply Chain Management 9872 a In this course students will mainly learn technical topics related to game theory Specifically the detailed topics are strategic form games Nash equilibrium sub game perfection repeated games information asymmetry information sharing Contract Optimal Mechanism and Coordination etc In addition students will also learn applications of the techniques and tools and how to identify formulate and investigate a research problem which can be analyzed through the tools under each technical topic View More Publications Here Refereed Articles Delgado M K Meng L Mercer M Pines J Owens D K Zaric G S 2013 Reducing Ambulance Diversion at the Hospital and Regional Level A Systematic Review of Insights from Simulatuion Models Western Journal of Emergency Medicine forthcoming Krishnamoorthy S Thuot A 2013 Statistical Advantages of Game Wins in the Sport of Squash International Journal of Sports Science and Engineering forthcoming Odegaard F Roos J 2013 Measuring Worksite Health Promotion Programs An Application of Structural Equation Modeling with Ordinal Data The European Journal of Health Economics forthcoming Pun H 2013 Channel Structure Design for Complementary Products under a Co opetitive Environment Decision Sciences forthcoming Reid G J Stewart M Vingilis E R Dozois D Wetmore S Jordan J Dickie G Osmun T Wade T Brown J B Zaric G S 2013 Randomized Trial of Distance Based Treatment for Young Children with Discipline Problems Seen in Primary Care Family Practice Canada February 30 1 14 24 Begen M A Levi R Queyranne M 2012 A sampling based approach to appointment scheduling Operations Research May June 60 3 675 681 Bell P C 2012 The Concepts of Revenue Management A Tutorial International Transactions in Operational Research 19 1 2 23 37 Cao J Q Rodrigues G Louie A V Zaric G S 2012 Systematic Review of the Cost Effectiveness of Positron Emission Tomography in Staging of Non Small Cell Lung Cancer and management of Solitary Pulmonary Nodules Clinical Lung Cancer May 13 3 161 170 Chen J Bell P C 2012 Implementing market segmentation using full refund and no refund customer returns policies in a dual channel supply chain structure International Journal of Production Economics March 136 1 56 66 Cipriano L E Zaric G S Owens D K Brandeau M L 2012 Cost Effectiveness of Screening for Acute HIV and HCV Infection in Injection Drug Users PLoS One September 7 9 1 12 Hannouf M Sehgal C Mocanu J D Winquist E Zaric G S 2012 Cost Effectiveness of Adding Cetuximab to Platinum

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  • with others who have entered the program earlier and in a second seminar with those who enter the program after you Contact Us Handbook Courses Publications Marketing Research Paper 9764I During their first summer marketing doctoral students will complete a research paper under the supervision of their faculty advisor This paper is considered to be progress towards the thesis and should be of a high enough caliber to be submitted to a very competitive conference or ideally a peer reviewed journal Theories of Marketing 9804 a b This seminar provides a survey of classic papers as well as recent theoretical advances in marketing It covers the scope of marketing and topics often considered under marketing theory sales pricing channel relationships services relationship marketing and market orientation branding and promotions Course Outline Decision Making 9814 a b This course provides a survey of recent theoretical advances in decision making This includes a look at areas which are generally at the intersection of psychology and economics such as judgement and decision making behavioural decision theory experimental economics and behavioural game theory We will also consider evolutionary thinking in psychology and markets and draw out the implications of this for individual decision making Course Outline Experimental Design 9824 a b This is a course in the fundamentals of experimental research It is designed for doctoral students intending scholarly research careers and will involve hands on practice in formulating and designing research to test their own research ideas Course Outline Seminar in Consumer Behaviour 9834 a b This seminar provides a survey of the fundamental issues underlying consumer behavior addressing both classic and emerging research areas The goal of this course is to provide students with a strong foundation for critical thinking and creativity in the area of consumer behavior along with an introduction to many basic methods and tools Course Outline View More Publications Here Refereed Articles Bendle N 2013 Reference Dependence in Political Primaries Journal of Political Marketing forthcoming Dawar N Stornelli J 2013 Rebuilding the Relationship Between Manufacturers and Retailers Sloan Management Review MIT Winter 54 2 83 90 Goode M R Dahl D W Moreau C P 2013 Innovation Aesthetics The Relationship between Category Cues Categorization Certainty and Newness Perceptions Journal of Product Innovation Management March 30 2 192 208 Huff A D Cotte J S 2013 Complexities of Consumption The Case of Childcare Journal of Consumer Affairs forthcoming Martin I Kamens M Grover A Pirouz D M Mukherjee S Haws K Mirabito A M Davis S Rapp J 2013 On the Road to Addiction The Facilitative and Preventative Role of Marketing Cues Journal of Business Research forthcoming Pantos A J Perkins A 2013 Measuring Implicit and Explicit Attitudes Toward Foreign Accented Speech Journal of Language and Social Psychology March 32 1 3 20 Robinson S Giebelhausen M Cotte J S 2013 Shopping Gambling or Shambling An Introduction to Penny Auctions Journal of Business Research forthcoming Dolansky E Vandenbosch M B 2012 Perceived Variance and Preference for Sequences of Outcomes

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  • approaches managing production and service systems and technologies operations strategy service design and delivery and sustainability While improved decision making and action based upon rigorous empirical science is the primary focus and interest of the OM discipline group s faculty students will also be introduced to relevant analytical axiomatic modeling approaches and interdisciplinary theorization that may be informative to the scrutiny of the OM topics mentioned earlier The curriculum is delivered to instill understanding and stimulate advancement of current OM theory paradigms principles and practice that have ramifications for the efficient and effective general management of the firm s operational resources and capabilities Students take the full spectrum of Doctoral Program and OM special field offerings on occasion students may be encouraged to register and complete courses offered by other Ivey discipline groups and UWO faculties that may be salient to their specific program of study and individual scholarly development Other aspects of the program are tailored to fit the student s own research teaching and professional interests and requirements Contact Us Courses Publications Operations I 9805 a b This course provides the tools and understanding to evaluate and contribute to operations research Students will undertake independent study and in the classroom review basic econometric techniques probability statistics linear algebra OLS regression and more advanced topics as time allows Also examined are seminal papers and critique of the latest empirical operations research papers Course Outline Operations II 9815 a b Students are introduced to a broad overview of the operations field and dominant research methods The first half of the course focuses on the fundamental steams that build operations strategy and the second half of the class emphasizes the special topic areas such as supply chain risk service operations OM in healthcare behavioural OM network perspective and sustainable development Course Outline View More Publications Here Refereed Articles Hajmohammad S Vachon S Klassen R D Gavronski I 2013 Lean Management and Supply Management Their Role in Green Practices and Performance Journal of Cleaner Production January 39 312 320 Hendricks K B Hora M Menor L J Wiedman C I 2013 Adoption of the Balanced Scorecard A Contingency Variables Analysis Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences forthcoming Hora M Klassen R D 2013 Learning from Others Misfortune Factors Influencing Knowledge Acquisition to Reduce Operational Risk Journal of Operations Management January 31 1 52 61 Cho J Y K Menor L J 2012 A Complementary Resource Bundle As An Antecedent of E Channel Success in Small Retail Service Providers Journal of Service Research February 15 1 111 125 Gavronski I Klassen R D Vachon S Nascimento L F M 2012 A Learning and Knowledge Approach to Sustainable Operations International Journal of Production Economics November 140 1 183 192 Klassen R D Vereecke A 2012 Social Issues in Supply Chains Capabilities Link Responsibility Risk Opportunity and Performance International Journal of Production Economics November 140 1 103 115 Simpson D Power D Klassen R D 2012 When One Size Does Not Fit All A Problem of

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