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MSU research to examine how and why board diversity matters 
Management professor Quinetta Roberson will lead a team to study the value of diversity in corporate governance.
Big tech has a vaccine misinformation problem – here’s what a social media expert recommends 
Professor Anjana Susarla wrote for The Conversation on how social media companies can curb medical misinformation.
This is what people want in a post-pandemic restaurant experience 
As COVID-19 cases decline and vaccinations expand, restaurants should keep safety top of mind.
For doctors using telemedicine, virtual bedside manner is crucial 
New research from MSU makes the case for empowering patients through hospitable virtual health care.
How retailers can boost performance while expanding globally 
New marketing research from MSU is the first to offer practical recommendations for global retailers.
COVID-19 costs could push hospitals to rethink billions of dollars in wasted supplies 
Anand Nair, professor, writes about pandemic-triggered awareness of health care supply waste and where change is needed.
If Big Tech has the will, here are ways research shows self-regulation can work 
To better police misinformation, Anjana Susarla, professor, shares three ways social media companies can take action.
The business case for diversity, equity and inclusion 
Broad research not only illuminates how these values are the right thing to do but also how they boost the bottom line.
How information spillover impacts asset pricing 
In this Q&A, Ryan Israelsen, assistant professor of finance, outlines how cross-learning leads to high stock returns.
People become less likely to contribute to a virtual public good if they know many others are already doing it 
Anjana Susarla, professor, wrote for The Conversation on how motivations and behaviors change in a virtual setting.
How Trump-connected companies profited from his presidency 
Broad research measures the financial gains for companies with connections to Trump prior to and during his presidency.
Informing the tug-of-war between lenders and borrowers 
Research from Nuri Ersahin, assistant professor of finance, shows how some financial laws can benefit both sides.
How disability diversity in the workplace can improve productivity 
The latest research from Broad’s Department of Supply Chain Management uncovers the dynamics of inclusive manufacturing.
MSU’s world-class reputation for supply chain research 
We’re No. 1 for empirical research output, and our supply chain faculty hold leading roles at high-impact journals.
How empowerment initiatives can help — and harm — employees 
MSU research shows effective empowerment initiatives depend on the management style of the person implementing them.
MSU research exposes discrimination against Black women with natural hair 
Research from Broad’s management department reveals how today’s professional standards perpetuate racial bias.
MSU research will be first to explore ‘leadership as event management’ 
Broad management professor receives U.S. Army Research Institute grant that could alter our understanding of leadership.
What are the keys to maintaining business during recessions? 
New research from MSU offers insights and trade-offs for strategic decisions made during economic downturns.
Broad Spartans earn research grant to study customer delight and sustainability 
The Society for Hospitality and Foodservice Management Foundation awarded MSU a one-year $10,500 research grant.
How social media amplifies political activism and threatens election integrity 
Anjana Susarla, associate professor, wrote for The Conversation on social media's role in shaping politics and protests.
Experts weigh in: Permanent supply chain changes are needed, starting now 
A new white paper from MSU and Maine Pointe outlines supply chain vulnerabilities and how companies must rebalance.
Five is the magic number of people for making Zoom calls effective 
Management Professor John Hollenbeck explains why people aren't wired to have a 15-person virtual meeting.
What CEOs need to know as U.S. industry rallies to fight COVID-19 
Three supply chain faculty members weigh in on what companies need to consider as they respond to the pandemic.
Hiring your friends could mean better performance 
An MSU study finds that finance faculty selected based on connections perform higher, publishing 30% more research.
How medical videos on YouTube are failing to meet people’s needs 
Research from MSU offers guidelines to improve engagement and relevancy of YouTube videos on chronic health conditions.