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Michigan Ross Professor Tom Lyon and colleague Jay Shimshack look at the stock returns of green companies.
New research by Michigan Ross Professor Martin Schmalz explains the overconfidence that fuels bubbles, and the anxiety that amplifies crashes.
Professor Dana Muir explains the U.S. Department of Labor’s renewed effort to hold financial advisers more accountable to their clients.
Writing at ericposner.com, Professor Martin Schmalz shows why the big index funds squelched Nelson Peltz’s DuPont bid.
Professor Wayne Baker shows a proven way to help grow your business and keep employees engaged.
Michigan Ross professor shows how you can go shopping and feel good, but also protect yourself financially.
New research by Michigan Ross Professor Stefan Zeume shows the consequences of applying local anti-bribery regulation globally.
New research from Michigan Ross Professor Martin Schmalz reveals a side effect of the expansive growth of institutional investors.