Faculty in the News

Faculty In The News

 

Polluting Chinese Manufacturers: Do Their Misdeeds Drag Down the Shares of Their Customer Companies Overseas?

9/19/2017
Featuring Chris Tang, UCLA Distinguished Professor, and Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration
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In Norway, You Can Browse Everyone’s Tax Returns, But There’s A Good Reason You Might Not Want To

9/17/2017
Featuring Ricardo Perez-Truglia, Assistant Professor of Economics
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The Magical Thinking of Medicare for All

9/14/2017
Featuring Sebastian Edwards, Henry Ford II Chair in International Management
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Culture, Ethnicity, and Diversity

9/9/2017
By Romain Wacziarg, Professor of Economics, Hans Hufschmid Chair in Management
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Taking Risks In New Home - Immigrant Entrepreneurs Bet On Their Own Businesses

8/29/2017
Featuring Al Osborne, Senior Associate Dean
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Private Equity Will Do a Lot of Good for Japan Inc.

8/20/2017
Featuring Mariko Sakakibara, Professor of Policy
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The Most Over-hyped US Trade Deal Is About To Get A Makeover

8/16/2017
Featuring Ed Leamer, Distinguished Professor, Chauncey J. Medberry Chair in Management, Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast
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Liverpool 0-1 Copycats: How Chinese Fake Goods Are Beating The Real Thing

8/11/2017
Featuring Chris Tang, UCLA Distinguished Professor, and Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration
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Four Predictable Steps in Venezuela’s March to Economic Disaster

8/7/2017
Featuring Sebastian Edwards, Henry Ford II Chair in International Management
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The Future Of Marketing Requires A New Business Model, Not New Tactics

8/7/2017
Featuring Dominique Hanssens , Distinguished Research Professor of Marketing
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Exiled Spaniards Lured Home by Robust Economic Recovery

8/5/2017
Featuring Javier Diaz-Gimenez, Visiting Professor
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New Chinese Laws Could Put Wanda’s Hollywood Dreams on Hold

8/2/2017
Featuring William Yu, Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast
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Why Building More Freeways Makes Traffic Worse, Not Better

8/1/2017
By Jerry Nickelsburg, Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast; Adjunct Professor of Economics
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Foreigners Buy Record Number of U.S. Homes Despite Fears of Immigration Crackdown

7/18/2017
Featuring William Yu, Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast
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We’ll Always Have (the) Paris (Accord)

6/20/2017
By Jerry Nickelsburg, Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast; Adjunct Professor of Economics
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For a More Open Society, Keep the Internet Neutral

6/13/2017
By Terry Kramer, Adjunct Professor of Decisions, Operations and Technology Management; Faculty Advisor, Global Access and Strategic Management Programs
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How Populism Helped Wreck Venezuela

6/4/2017
Featuring Sebastian Edwards, Professor, Henry Ford II Chair in International Management
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How Automation Will Affect You – The Experts’ View

5/23/2017
Featuring Bhagwan Chowdhry, Professor of Finance
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Here's the Best Way for an Airline to Handle Overbooked Flights

5/6/2017
By Chris Tang, UCLA Distinguished Professor, and Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration
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Internet and E-commerce Are Hacking Protectionism

5/4/2017
By Kati Suominen, Assistant Adjunct Professor
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How to Give a Cool Appraisal to Hot Economics Studies

3/21/2017
Featuring Ed Leamer, Distinguished Professor, Chauncey J. Medberry Chair in Management, Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast
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Is India a Country or a Continent?

2/9/2017
Featuring Romain Wacziarg, Professor of Economics, Hans Hufschmid Chair in Management
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Why Are Economic Populists So Disappointing?

2/7/2017
By Sebastian Edwards, Professor, Henry Ford II Chair in International Management
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Chinese Money Could Flow Away From U.S., Experts Fear

2/3/2017
Featuring William Yu, Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast
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