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The ‘invisible hand’ doesn’t control markets
New socioeconomic research from MSU found a market disruptor has turned the "invisible hand" theory on its head.
Sue Selke and alumna Kristine Haugaard: Moving rockets
Kristine Haugaard has one of the coolest packaging careers I could imagine. More than half of all packaging graduates come from MSU, but how many of them can say they package rockets?View story photos
Annual workshop teaches Native American high schoolers skills for success
The Eli Broad College of Business hosted the annual Native American Business Institute, or NABI, a pre-college summer program for Native American high school students.View story photos
Tariffs are the wrong weapon in fight against China's 'pirates' – here's the right one
Accoring to College of Law's Sean Pager, the Trump administration’s face-off against China over intellectual property rights is a battle worth fighting. Unfortunately, the White House has chosen the wrong weapon: tariffs.
MSU student earns prestigious Statler Foundation Scholarship
Maeve Geary, a senior hospitality business student , earned the Statler Foundation Scholarship of Excellence. This is the seventh consecutive year that the Statler Foundation has recognized an MSU student as the recipient.View story photos
How artificial intelligence can detect – and create – fake news
Broad College of Business data expert Anjana Susarla gives some advice to Facebook following its announcement to use artificial intelligence.
Marketing research tops national ranking
The master of marketing research program, or MSMR, earned top recognition on Eduniversal’s Top 2018 Best Masters ranking.
Thomas Jeitschko: The impact of a graduate education
Advanced degrees are a key driver for innovation in a wide variety of fields — providing not only a well-trained workforce but also a fresh perspective and enthusiasm. It is the graduate students of today who will be the researchers of tomorrow, and who will solve what until now have proven to be intractable problems in need of new thinking and approaches.View story photos
$500,000 gift advances Business Pavilion progress
The Broad College's Business Pavilion, now in its second year of construction, received a $500,000 gift from Executive MBA alumnus Frank Yang.View story photos
State of the State Survey: Michigan still hot on economy, lukewarm on leaders
Michigan residents are hot for their state’s strong economy but only tepid toward top elected leaders, finds MSU's latest State of the State Survey.View story photos