Faculty publications

Link to:Rabe explores taxing methane emissions
Mar 16, 2020
Representing a new line of research, Ford School professor Barry Rabe explores the politics around taxing methane gas[...]
Link to:Medicaid expansion does not discourage job-seeking among the unemployed
Mar 16, 2020
Although some worry that Medicaid expansion could discourage unemployed workers from seeking employment, a University[...]
Link to:Lantz contributes to National Academies advisory report for
Feb 12, 2020
Professor Paula Lantz contributed her expertise to a recently released National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and[...]
Link to:Report finds gaps in access to career, technical ed programs
Feb 05, 2020
A new University of Michigan report detailing access to career and technical education programs in Michigan has found[...]
Link to:Faculty Findings: Fall 2019
Nov 19, 2019
Mary Corcoran and Paul Courant on gender wage discrimination The gender pay gap is notoriously alive and well, decades[...]
Link to:Mary Corcoran and Paul Courant on gender wage discrimination
Oct 01, 2019
The gender pay gap is notoriously alive and well, decades after women entered the workforce in large numbers. Mary[...]
Link to:Robert Axelrod on the evolution of cooperation
Oct 01, 2019
Using the prisoner’s dilemma from game theory through a biological lens, Robert Axelrod , along with evolutionary[...]
Link to:Carl Simon on the spread of HIV
Oct 01, 2019
Carl Simon and his research group were among the first to estimate the contagiousness of HIV. This was difficult to do[...]
Link to:Alan V. Deardorff analyzes rules of origin impact on the efficacy of free trade agreements
Sep 12, 2019
Alan V. Deardorff's latest research on international trade evaluates the timely topic of rules of origins (ROOs) impact[...]
Link to:Bike sharing research by Hampshire wins EURO Award
Jun 26, 2019
Robert Hampshire was part of the author team that won the EURO Award for the Best EJOR Paper announced today during the[...]
Link to:Pilkauskas finds Earned Income Tax Credit helps low-income moms live on their own
Jun 20, 2019
Increasing the Earned Income Tax Credit helps low-income single mothers improve their housing outcomes as they are less[...]
Link to:Scott Atran et al look at cognitive triggers for extremist violence through brain scans
Jun 19, 2019
In a new journal article, a team of scientists led by Scott Atran, an adjunct research professor at the University of[...]
Link to:Iovan and Lantz discuss their latest research on super-utilizers
May 14, 2019
On May 13, 2019, Michigan News published a Q&A with the Ford School’s Samantha Iovan and Paula Lantz, along with[...]
Link to:Professor Leahy's latest paper studies the economic effects of wishful thinking
Apr 12, 2019
In a new paper entitled “ Wishful Thinking ” published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, co-authors Andrew[...]
Link to:Raimi et al. publish analysis on pro-environmental spillover behaviors in Nature
Apr 12, 2019
Assistant Professor Kaitlin Raimi co-authored a recent study published in the journal Nature Sustainability on April 9[...]
Link to:Professor Kevin Stange breaks down the cost of college education
Feb 15, 2019
As obtaining a college degree becomes more expensive, and student debt climbs over $1 trillion, questions often wonder[...]
Link to:Gerber assesses Detroiters' public opinion
Jan 07, 2019
As a research lead for U-M’s Detroit Metro Area Communities Study (DMACS), Elisabeth Gerber assesses Detroit residents[...]
Link to:Hampshire and colleagues connect bikesharing and ride-hailing
Nov 16, 2018
Qi Luo (University of Michigan), Xuechun Duo (Automotive Engineering), Xuan Di (Columbia University) and Robert[...]
Link to:Stevenson on representation of men and women in economic textbooks
May 31, 2018
As part of the American Economic Association’s papers and proceedings from May 2018 Betsey Stevenson and Hanna Zlotnick[...]
Link to:Hall & Jacobson in Health Affairs: “Health in All Policies” can promote health equity
Mar 06, 2018
An article by Richard Hall and Peter Jacobson (University of Michigan) in the March edition of Health Affairs reports[...]