Professor Seyhun and his collaborators investigate racial differences in insider trading behavior by corporate leaders to evaluate whether African-American corporate executives have equal access to networks that generate valuable insider informati
This workshop brings together scholars at US universities who study China to discuss fieldwork strategies, data access and methodologies, collaboration, and troubleshooting problems related to the pandemic and travel constraints. June, 2022.
Joneigh Khaldun and Celeste Watkins-Hayes they will reflect on the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic and will discuss the key lessons learned from Michigan's Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparities. June, 2022.
The final event in the COVID-19 reflections series will feature Joneigh Khaldun and Celeste Watkins-Hayes, who will reflect togther on the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic and will discuss the key lessons learned. June, 2022.
This event dives into the impact on communities of color and present an opportunity to learn about efforts to organize and fight back so that everyone is granted the opportunity to feel at home on American soil. June, 2022.
This event discusses and raises concerns about the U.S. dollar’s primacy at risk and the rise of central bank digital currencies, cryptocurrencies, and other innovations that could quicken the dollar’s decline. June, 2022.
Watch the U-M President’s Awards for Public Engagement ceremony to honor faculty for their commitment and contributions. April, 2022. Luke Shaefer, Ann Lin, and Stephanie Leiser presented at the ceremony.