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New book by Professors Jane Dutton and Monica Worline show why companies should care about caring.

Michigan Ross professors find video game players respond to different incentives depending on their level of play.

Professor Scott Rick explains how marketing can help guide decision-making in a way that creates mutual benefit.

Professor Amiyatosh Purnanandam says SNAP’s non-voting share sale sidesteps a fundamental principle of corporate governance.

Research by Professor Jagadeesh Sivadasan shows tech workers have lower wages and less job mobility in states that strongly enforce noncompete clauses.

Long-run labor market trends have not been favorable to many workers in the United States.

Changing technology and globalization have undermined the demand for the skills needed in traditional middle and low-wage occupations, leading to stagnant wage growth and a gradual, but steady erosion of employer-sponsored health insurance.

Research by Michigan Ross professors suggests new rule for brokers and advisers doesn’t address some problems.

U-M findings from official Healthy Michigan Plan evaluation, co-authored by Professor Thomas Buchmueller, show financial impact on hospitals.

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