The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan was founded in 1924. Although the main campus is in Michigan, Ross also has locations in Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Mumbai, as well as partnerships with institutions throughout the world.
Ross School of Business’s mission to develop leaders who make a positive difference in the world is at the heart of all. Through thought and action, members of the Ross community drive change and innovation that improves business and society.
Ross' world-class faculty drive concepts and innovation that shape both business and policy across a wide variety of disciplines. The collaborative thinking and pioneering research across the University of Michigan campus define the institution as one of the world's greatest public universities.
The Ross School’s institutes and centres play a critical role in bridging academic theory and daily practice. Faculty, students, and industry experts collaborate on special program opportunities that include consulting projects, business plan competitions, global research initiatives, industry conferences, and more. Many institutes and centres take advantage of the unmatched number of leading programs at the University of Michigan to collaborate with other schools and colleges on campus.
Ross’ areas of expertise in research include Business Economics & Public Policy, Business Information Technology, Emerging Markets, Global Sustainability, Strategy, Positive Leadership and Operations.
Research centres include:
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