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Michigan Ross Professor Jeff DeGraff shows his four steps to get creative projects off the ground.

Writing in Inc., Professor Shirli Kopelman shows how making money, being happy, and doing good for society aren't mutually exclusive.

Shopping is all about choice, and we find that making shopping choices helps to restore a sense of personal control over one’s environment, and thus helps to alleviate sadness.
 
-- Scott Rick, assistant professor of marketing, on why shopping helps people feel better when they're down. Time, Oct. 12, 2014.

New research from Michigan Ross Professor Martin Schmalz reveals a side effect of the expansive growth of institutional investors.

Professor Puneet Manchanda dives into Alibaba’s Taobao website to find out who drives more traffic – buyers or sellers.

Their use is growing and getting more restrictive, but it's not the CEOs we should worry about, says Professor Norm Bishara.

Research on dentists shows how doctors could avoid biting off more than they can chew as healthcare act widens insurance coverage.

Should leaders shift as work demands change? New research by Professor Scott DeRue shows the traditional corporate hierarchy model may be outdated.

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