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Monday, January 20, 2020
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Michigan Ross welcomes prominent political activist, scholar, and writer Angela Davis as the keynote speaker of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium Keynote Memorial Lecture.
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Writing in The Conversation, Tom Lyon argues that 'greenwashing' delays critical steps toward sustainability.
Research by Professor Francine Lafontaine and colleagues finds that franchising is just as risky as independent ownership.
Writing in The Hill, Professor Kyle Handley argues that current policies could result in long-term economic damage.
Professor Derek Harmon's research finds that efforts at transparency may have unintended negative consequences.
Writing in The Hill, Michigan Ross Professors Jun Li and Andrew Wu warn the case may result in unintended consequences.
Professor Achyuta Adhvaryu and colleagues shed new light on economic struggles in Africa.
U-M researchers find in-person approach leads to higher collections from at-risk companies.
Professor Joe Árvai, writing in The Conversation, argues that the agency – under attack by its own administrator – needs reinvention, not destruction.