Jerry Nickelsburg was interviewed yesterday on KCRW's "Which Way, L.A.?" radio program about creating more jobs in California and the comparatively higher unemployment rates of workers in the Inland Empire and for African Americans in Southern California. (His coverage begins on the program at 21:39).
Richard Rumelt and UCLA Anderson were quoted yesterday in a MyDigitalFc.com article about how many economists are drawing on historic events like the Great Depression and World War II to come up with modern economic solutions. Additionally, Rumelt's commentary on the success of Apple computer company's business model was reposted on Info Tech Spotlight yesterday Catholic Online today.
David Shulman and the UCLA Anderson Forecast, which were featured Thursday in the Los Angeles Times, about the importance of the auto industry in helping to rebuild the US economy were again featured in articles on: The Orlando Bulletin, Star Tribune, and HispanicBusiness.com yesterday and this morning.
UCLA Anderson School of Management was included in a Bloomberg BusinessWeek article yesterday about how some a number of MBA graduate school programs are changing their curriculum.
Judy Olian was profiled in a Los Angeles Times article yesterday about her strong leadership of UCLA Anderson and as one of the few female business school deans in the country. This article was reprinted yesterday on: Hot News Update, AberdeenNews.com, and BullFax.com as well.
David Shulman and the UCLA Anderson Forecast, which were included Thursday in the Los Angeles Times, about the importance of the auto industry in helping to rebuild the US economy were again featured in articles on: The Modesto Bee, The Gulf Today, Press of Atlantic City and mLive.com over the weekend.
Stuart Gabriel and UCLA's Ziman Center for Real Estate were included in a Globes article today about whether or not conflict in Israel and the uprisings in the Middle East affect Israel's regional housing market.
Bhagwan Chowdhry published an article on the Huffington Post yesterday, in which Eduardo Schwartz, Richard Roll, Bruce Carlin and Mark Garmaise were included, about being a professor and the tribulations of publishing academic papers and research.
David Shulman and the UCLA Anderson Forecast were featured in an Industry Star article yesterday that was reposted on The Joplin Globe, Mother Jones and TimesNews.net about the importance of the auto industry in helping to rebuild the US economy.
The upcoming UCLA Anderson Forecast Presents: September 2011 Economic Outlook "Ask the Forecast" event was included yesterday in reports on: Reuters, Business Wire, iStockAnalyst, Quoteline, CNBC, Penny Pay Day, News Blaze and Osix News, among others.
David Shulman and the UCLA Anderson Forecast were featured today in a Los Angeles Times article today about how the once ailing auto industry could hold the key to economic growth in America. This article was then reposted on The Chicago Tribune, The Bulletin, and McClatchy.
Paul Habibi and the UCLA Anderson School of Management were featured yesterday in a La Cañada Valley Sun article about July's drop in the housing market.
UCLA Anderson was highlighted yesterday in a Business Exchange article about the new changes made to application for the MBA program.
Suzanne Shu and the UCLA Anderson School of Management were included yesterday in a PR Newswire release about her involvement with a recent study, which found that companies that produce more aesthetically pleasing annual reports attract more investors than those who do not. The article was reissued on a number of other websites including: iStockAnalyst, Science Daily, The Street, Innovations Report and PR-USA.net.
Ed Leamer was spotlighted today in a Wall Street Journal SmartMoney article on the "10 Things Economists Won't Tell You" discussing how long he predicts it will take for the US to see economic recovery. Leamer was also featured yesterday in an iStockAnalyst article about strategies for ending the housing crisis.
UCLA Anderson was included yesterday in a Los Angeles Times article that was reprinted in a FOX 5 San Diego piece about California's budget crisis and how student's tuition is being impacted.
Richard Rumelt and his book Good Strategy, Bad Strategy, which were featured in Bloomberg and Bloomberg BusinessWeek articles Friday regarding how companies are seeking to model themselves after the success of corporations like Apple, were again included in articles on: Hindustan Times, Outside The Beltway and Ohio.com Friday and Saturday.
Paul Habibi and UCLA Anderson School of Management were featured Friday in articles in the Glendale News-Press, the Burbank Leader and MenaFN.com explaining how Inland area houses were staying on the market for longer periods of time than usual in July.
Richard Rumelt and his book Good Strategy, Bad Strategy were featured in Bloomberg and Bloomberg BusinessWeek articles yesterday regarding how to companies are seeking to model themselves after the success of corporations like Apple.
David Aboody was referenced in a Business Insider article today, that was originally posted on Standford.edu, about whether it is more advantageous to offer stock options to employees across the board or only to executives.
Jerry Nickelsburg was quoted and the UCLA Anderson Forecast was included in a FOX 40 article from yesterday's Los Angeles Times article about Governor Jerry Brown's appointment of new "job czar" Michael Rossi.
UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Head Start Management Fellows Program was written up in a Carroll County Times piece this morning.
Jerry Nickelsburg and the UCLA Anderson Forecast were featured this morning in a Los Angeles Times article about Governor Jerry Brown's appointment of Michael Rossi as California's new "job czar." Professor Nickelsburg was also featured today on an American Public Radio talk about whether or not the rising costs of wholesale prices for retailers will get passed down to consumers.
Ed Leamer was included yesterday in a Bloomberg Business Week article about how debt forgiveness both for homeowners and internationally, may be an answer to improving the economy. Professor Leamer's research was also highlighted in a Seeking Alpha article arguing against the possibility of a "double-dip" recession in the near future.
UCLA Anderson was featured yesterday in articles on: KUAM News, KNOE.com, PR-USA.net and Fierce Telecom. Anderson will be partnering with the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communication (NAMIC) to assist their Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP).
Ed Leamer was featured today in an Economic Times article about how greater debt forgiveness to homeowners could help stimulate the economy. Leamer and the UCLA Anderson Forecast were also mentioned yesterday in a Truck Parts & Services post about the continued instability of the economy in the month of July.
Paul Habibi and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, which were featured in a Press Enterprise article Monday, were reposted in articles on iStockAnalyst.com and InlandPolitics.com yesterday and Monday, respectively.
David Shulman was quoted and the UCLA Anderson Forecast was included today in Los Angeles Times article about the potential of upcoming stock market reports to ease or reinforce public fears about the recent volatility of the stock market. This article was reposted today in both the Boston Herald and the Jewish World Review.
Ed Leamer and the The Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index, along with a video clip of Leamer, were featured in articles from: iStockAnalyst, FavStocks, North County Times, Global Glass Onion, CalculatedRisk, and Reuters in relation to the slowing trucking activity in July.
Mark Grinblatt and his research study, Sensation Seeking, Overconfidence and Trading Activity, was mentioned in an article in The Street about how risk taking is a common trait found among successful CEO's.
August 11, 2011
Ed Leamer and the The Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index, which were featured yesterday in a PR Newswire article about the continued volatility of the economy, were highlighted in articles today including: ABC News 27 KWOW, Wall Street Journal Market Watch, Morning Star and a Calculated Risk blog post.
Stuart Gabriel and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate were included in a Housing Bubble blog post Tuesday about concerns surrounding California's unstable housing market.
The UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Head Start Management Fellows Program and the UCLA Anderson School of Management were spotlighted on Monday in a Devils Lake Journal article about the success of one of its graduates and of the program over all.
August 10, 2011
Stuart Gabriel and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, which were featured in a Press Enterprise article on Friday about houses in the Inland Empire receiving federal bailouts to evade foreclosure, were again featured in a Big Builder Online article on Saturday.
August 9, 2011
Stuart Gabriel and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate were featured Friday in Press Enterprise article about how Inland area homeowners received federal financial help to avoid sweeping foreclosures.
UCLA's Anderson School of Management was mentioned today in an Inside Indiana Business post about the school's involvement with the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) program and how Humana has pledged to donate $1 million to EBV.
August 8, 2011
Barbara Lawrence, Judy Olian and the University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson School of Management Gender Equity Committee were featured today in a Bloomberg Business Week article about gender inequality for female business school professors.
August 5, 2011
In response to David Shulman's article Goldstone and Gaza: What's Still True published in The New York Review of Books in May, Stuart Robinowitz also published an article in The New York Review of Books commenting on Shulman's article. The article includes Mr. Shulman's response to Mr. Robinowitz.
Stuart Gabriel and UCLA's Ziman Center for Real Estate were featured Wednesday in a Money Morning article that was reposted on NuWire Investor yesterday about how real estate experts remain skeptical despite climbing housing prices.
The Los Angeles Times article about stagnant homeowners attempting to sell up, in which Ed Leamer and the UCLA Anderson Forecast were featured, was reposted on TheSunNews.com and GulfNews.com yesterday and today, respectively.
August 4, 2011
Richard Rumelt and his July 30th Wall Street Journal article about World War II economics were included in an InvestorVillage.com article and a CommonSenseWonder.com blog post yesterday about the shortcomings of "Obamanomics."
Stuart Gabriel and UCLA's Ziman Center for Real Estate were featured yesterday in a Market Oracle article citing his quotation from a July 27 Los Angeles Times article about how housing experts remain skeptical despite elevated housing prices.
UCLA Anderson was ranked among the nation's top institutions in a Poets and Quants post for having some of the highest MBA salaries five years after graduating.
August 3, 2011
Stuart Gabriel and UCLA's Ziman Center for Real Estate were featured today in an Enterprisepost.com article citing his quotation from a July 27 Los Angeles Times article about how housing experts remain skeptical despite elevated housing prices.
UCLA's Anderson School of Management was included today in a Forbes blog post ranking of the best business schools and commending Anderson on increasing the amount of scholarships given out.
August 2, 2011
Ed Leamer and the UCLA Anderson Forecast were featured yesterday in a Los Angeles Times article about how many residents can enter a stagnant period, sometimes for years, when attempting to get a desired asking price for their home. Mr. Leamer's quotation from this article was also cited in a Pigginton.com article yesterday as well.
August 1, 2011
The passing of John E. Anderson on Friday was covered nationally through a number of media sources throughout the weekend. The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, which also included a separate obituary on the LA Times blog, the Washington Post and the Huffington Post among many others, paid their respects to Mr. Anderson. Some of these other publications include: The San Francisco Gate, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, BreakingNews.com, and the Bay Ledger. Judy Olian was cited as well in many of the articles.
Richard P. Rumelt published an article in the Wall Street Journal on Saturday about whether or not there's validity in comparing World War II government stimulus to current stimulus measures implemented in the government today.
Ed Leamer and the UCLA Anderson Forecast were featured today in a BreakingNews.com article today about how many residents can enter a stagnant period, sometimes for years, when attempting to get a desired asking price for their home.