August 2009

CNBC
Squawk on the Street
George Abe, lecturer and Faculty Director of the Applied Management Research (AMR) Program at UCLA Anderson, was a featured guest on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street for a segment about the rise of entrepreneurship among baby boomers.
August 31, 2009

The Huffington Post.com – Blog
The Recession is Over
August 31, 2009
UCLA Anderson Forecast director Ed Leamer’s research was referenced in Hale “Bonddad” Stuart’s blog for The Huffington Post.    

Los Angeles Times
State's Workers Pay for Furloughs Program
August 30, 2009
Dan Mitchell, professor of human resources and organizational behavior at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on the impact the furlough program is having on state workers.

Financial Times
The credit crunch: bad for your pocket, worse for your psyche
August 29 2009
Assistant professor of economics in the Global Economics and Management Group at UCLA Anderson Paola Giuliano’s research was featured in a Financial Times article about the impact of the credit crisis.   

CNN International.com
Veterans Learn Business Skills for Life After Combat
August 28, 2009
Elaine Hagan, Executive Director, Harold Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a
CNN International story about the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV).

SupplyChainBrain
Building Boeing's Dreamliner: Why All the Delays?
August 28, 2009
Christopher Tang, professor of decisions, operations and technology management at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a story for SuppyChainBrian about Boeing’s challenges with the 787 Dreamliner.

American Public Radio
Marketplace Morning Report
August 27, 2009
Jerry Nickelsburg, senior economist at the UCLA Anderson Forecast, commented about California’s plans to sell unused state property on American Public Media’s Marketplace Morning Report with Sam Eaton.  

BusinessWeek
Jobs: Lessons from the Great Recession
August 26, 2009
Dan Mitchell, professor of human resources and organizational behavior at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a BusinessWeek article about companies instituting wage cuts and furloughs to deal with the recession.

National Public Radio 89.3 KPCC
Patt Morrison
August 25, 2009
Paul Habibi, real estate lecturer at UCLA Anderson, was interviewed Tuesday by Patt Morrison on NPR 89.3 KPCC about the recent turnaround in home prices in California as well as future issues that will impact the housing market

KTTV Fox 11 (Los Angeles)
Job Shop
August 26, 2009
David Cooley offered job hunting and interview advice on Fox 11 Good Day LA’s
Job Shop segment. 

Glendale News Press
Building Sets Sights High
August 25, 2009
Paul Habibi, real estate lecturer at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a Glendale News Press article on Maguire Properties’ efforts to attract downtown Glendale commercial tenants with asking rental rates far higher than current city averages.

Reuters
U.S. Judge Tells BofA, SEC to Reveal More on Bonuses
August 25, 2009
David Lewin, professor of human resources and organizational behavior at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a Reuters story about a federal judge ordering Bank of America to reveal more about Merrill Lynch bonuses.

KNX-AM 1070 Newsradio (CBS) Los Angeles
August 24, 2009
UCLA Anderson was mentioned on KNX-AM 1070 (CBS) Los Angeles in a segment on getting an MBA.

Los Angeles Times
Cleaning up at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
August 23, 2009
Daniel Mitchell, professor of human resources and organizational behavior at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times story on the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach funding cutting-edge technology to reduce emissions and fuel consumption. 

Los Angeles Times
California unemployment hits post-World War II high
August 21, 2009
Jerry Nickelsburg, senior economist at the UCLA Anderson Forecast, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about California’s high unemployment rates. 

Los Angeles Times
Dust-Up: Bail out homeowners, end the recession?
August 21, 2009
Ed Leamer, director of the UCLA Anderson Forecast, was featured in Los Angeles Times opinion page’s Dust Up, a point-counterpoint centered around the effects of the stimulus package on the housing market.

The New York Times
Entrepreneurial Edge
August 20, 2009
Al Osborne, Senior Associate Dean at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a
New York Times story about current trends in angel investing.

The Wall Street Journal
Lessons That Fit the Times
August 20, 2009
Stuart Gabriel, Professor of Finance and Director of the Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a
Wall Street Journal article about how business schools are incorporating lessons from the financial crisis into their programs.

Los Angeles Times
Dust-Up: Is Obama's stimulus working?
August 19, 2009
Ed Leamer, Professor at UCLA Anderson and Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast, participated in Los Angeles Times opinion page’s
Dust Up, centered around the economic recovery as it relates to President Obama’s policies.

Glendale News Press
Office Vacancies Hit Record
August 19, 2009
Paul Habibi, Real Estate Lecturer at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a
Glendale News Press article about the challenges facing the commercial real estate market in downtown Glendale.

The New York Times
Signs of Recovery
August 19, 2009
The New York Times’
Economix blog referenced research published by Edward Leamer, Professor at UCLA Anderson and Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast, relating to signs of economic recovery.

Bloomberg
U.S. Foreclosure Filings Set Third Record-High in Five Months
August 13, 2009
Stuart Gabriel was quoted yesterday in a
Bloomberg article about the record rate of foreclosures.

UCLA Today
Faculty help disabled vets become successful entrepreneurs
August 13, 2009
UCLA Today featured an article on the Anderson Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities. Elaine Hagan, executive director of the Price Center which oversees the program, was quoted.

Associated Press
Recession and debt drag on commercial real estate
August 12, 2009
Edward Leamer, director of the UCLA Anderson Forecast, was quoted today in an Associated Press article about the struggling commercial real estate market and its effect on the already-strained banking sector.

CNBC
Closing Bell
August 11, 2009
Stuart Gabriel, director of the Ziman Center for Real Estate at UCLA Anderson, discussed the implications of national housing data released yesterday on
CNBC's "Closing Bell" segment.

Los Angeles Times
Fred J. Weston
August 11, 2009
Distinguished UCLA Anderson professor Fred J. Weston passed away July 20, 2009. His obituary appeared today in the
Los Angeles Times. A memorial service will be held at UCLA Anderson tomorrow, August 12, at noon in Gold Hall, B209.

KTTV Fox 11 (Los Angeles)
Job Shop
August 10, 2009
KTTV Fox 11 News' "Job Shop" segment featured UCLA Anderson's 2nd annual Entrepreneurship Boot Camp for Veterans with Disabilities. Al Osborne, faculty advisor to the program, was interviewed.

Daily Bruin
Understanding economy via finance
August 10, 2009
The UCLA Anderson Masters of Financial Engineering (MFE) program was mentioned in a
Daily Bruin article.

Los Angeles Times
Lawsuits are the latest roadblock for California budget
August 10, 2009
Daniel Mitchell, professor of human resources and organizational behavior at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in the
Los Angeles Times in a story about the numerous lawsuits being filed contesting the legality of California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's spending plan and budget cuts.

Sacramento Bee
Recession isn't over for California
August 8, 2009
Jerry Nickelsburg, senior economist at the UCLA Anderson Forecast, was quoted in the
Sacramento Bee about California's persistent state of recession when compared to the rest of the United States.

KTTV Fox 11 (Los Angeles)
Edward Leamer, director of the UCLA Anderson Forecast, was interviewed on KTTV FOX Channel 11 about job losses and the current hiring rate.

San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Tiburon exec: Jobless rate to keep falling
August 7, 2009
The
San Gabriel Valley Tribune quoted Jerry Nickelsburg, senior economist at the UCLA Anderson Forecast, in an article about unemployment rates.

Glendale News Press
Business owners turn to Tweets, Facebook
August 7, 2009
George Geis, adjunct professor of information systems at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in the
Glendale News Press about the rising trend of businesses using social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to expand their reach and boost sales.

CNBC
Meet The New Entrepreneurs
August 7, 2009
UCLA Anderson’s Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) was featured on
CNBC’s Morning Brief with an accompanying article posted on the CNBC website.

Property Wire
Experienced US loan arrangers made less rigorous offers at the height of property boom
August 5, 2009
Property Wire featured research by Mark Garmaise, associate professor of global economics and management at UCLA Anderson, stating that experienced mortgage brokers during the real estate boom were more likely to make offers ending in default.

Los Angeles Business Journal
Content, Cost Push Los Angeles Past Silicon Valley
August 3, 2009
Bob Foster, adjunct professor of technology and entrepreneurship at UCLA Anderson, was quoted yesterday in a
Los Angeles Business Journal story about Los Angeles becoming a viable location for tech startups.

Los Angeles Business Journal
Upcoming Graduates a Class Unto Themselves
August 3, 2009
The
Los Angeles Business Journal published an op-ed by Dan Mitchell, professor of human resources and organizational behavior at UCLA Anderson, about a UCLA course on California policy issues.

San Diego Business Journal
Housing Remains in Deep Slump Despite Recent Uptick
August 3, 2009
Paul Habibi, real estate lecturer at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a
San Diego Business Journal story about the San Diego housing market.

San Francisco Chronicle
State's long spending spree halted abruptly
August 2, 2009
Dan Mitchell, professor of human resources and organizational behavior at UCLA Anderson, was quoted in a
San Francisco Chronicle article about California expenditures.

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