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Research by Professor Gwen Yu and colleagues finds that language ability can have real consequences.
In a new Michigan Ross Executive Education program, Professors Gwen Yu and Christopher Williams teach managers how to drive value generation.
Professors Gautam Kaul and Greg Miller use a combination of online courses and in-person coaching to give managers a deep understanding of finance and accounting.
Professor Reuven Lehavy shows how after-hours trading reveals an elusive element of investor sentiment at the company level.
New research by Professor Mihir Mehta shows how companies flee from audit firms who lose big clients and flock to those who win them.
Professor Cathy Shakespeare shows four basic things anyone in business should know about accounting.
Research by Michigan Ross Professor Greg Miller shows the importance of first impressions to investors.
Are Wall Street analysts beholden to management conference calls? Professor Reuven Lehavy sheds new light on the role of analysts in capital markets.