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Professor Gretchen Spreitzer shares some nuggets from recent research on the changing workplace.
New research from Professor Ach Adhvaryu demonstrates a win-win for companies and employees.
Ross research finds that requiring disclosure reduced drug company payments to doctors overall, but some doctors were paid more.
Professor David Mayer and colleagues explore how employees can most effectively influence companies.
Professor Joel Slemrod and colleagues find that firms that donated to GOP, and those that got large tax cuts, were more likely to announce benefits from the changes.
Research by Michigan Ross Professor Shalena Srna finds that those who believe they’re doing multiple things at once tend to perform better.
Research by Michigan Ross Professor James Westphal shines light on a practice that may reduce competition and affect consumers.
Study by Professor Uday Rajan and colleagues highlights the lack of regulation in the market.