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Monday, January 20, 2020
10:00 a.m., Hill Auditorium
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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Research by Professor Achyuta Adhvaryu shows workers trained in skills like time management and communication have better workplace outcomes.
Professor Martin Zimmerman says car sales won’t break records again but should be strong, while fuel efficiency standards cause concern.
Professor Joe Arvai says companies starting down the sustainability path likely won’t change direction despite policy shifts with the new administration.
Professor Marina Whitman explains the likely U.S. role in global trade under the Trump administration.
Professor David Ulrich says ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson would mark a tilt toward an economic and business focus at the State Department.
Professor Andy Hoffman, writing in The Conversation, says businesses are moving ahead with sustainability efforts.
Professor Joe Arvai shows why the private sector could lead the way on sustainability efforts.
How do you navigate a new economy built on short-term engagements? Professor Jerry Davis shows how to succeed in the gig economy.