Ivey Publishing

Publish Cases with Ivey

Ivey Publishing selectively accepts cases and teaching notes for publication from authors outside of the Richard Ivey School of Business.


  • Author(s) receive a 15% royalty for all external sales of the case, paid annually (i.e., all sales except usage within Ivey programs).
  • Worldwide promotion through in-person and digital sales and marketing.
  • Editing and formatting of your case with assistance from professional and qualified staff.
  • Examination copies are distributed to educators of your choice for promotional purposes.
  • Sample copies of cases provided to registered customers on the Ivey website at no charge.
  • Non-Ivey or external faculty case authors have the right to use the case in a course taught by the author without payment of a permission fee.  Permission must still be requested.
  • Case authors have the right to use the case in a textbook written by the author without payment of a permission fee.  Permission must still be requested (see the textbook permission request)
  • Permission is sought from the author(s) if a request is received to use the case in a textbook.

Requirements for Submission

While Ivey is always eager to add cases to its collection, the need to maintain our high level of quality is vital.  Ivey has a strong preference for field-based cases (cases based on direct contact with a company).  We also consider the following in evaluating submissions:

  • Is the submission from a faculty member or PhD candidate at a business school?
  • Is the case accompanied by a suitable, comprehensive teaching note?
  • Does the submission adhere to our submission and citation guidelines?
  • Does the Teaching Note layout follow these guidelines?
  • If field-based, has the subject company consented to the use of their information through completion of a Consent to Use Business Case Study form? (release

Review and Acceptance

Ivey Publishing does not accept all submitted cases for publication.

  • All submitted cases will be subject to review by plagiarism detection software under license to Ivey Business School Foundation.
  • The submitted case and teaching note will be peer reviewed by one or more full time Ivey faculty members. Revisions may be requested to the case and teaching note before being accepted for publication.
  • When accepted for publication, all of the authors must execute a written agreement assigning the copyright exclusively to Ivey Business School Foundation, Ivey Publishing.

See our FAQs for more information on publishing cases with Ivey.


Ready to submit?  Use our online submission process.