David Shulman was quoted in Central Valley Business Times on the multi-family construction boom.
Richard Rumelt and his daughter were interviewed by Fortune regarding the business strategy she used to sell over 10 million books.
Paul Habibi was quoted in an AP article on the consistent gains in the U.S. housing market; it appeared in more than 70 publications and news websites, including Contra Costa Times, Daily Breeze, Oakland Tribune and San Jose Mercury News.
Daniel J.B. Mitchell was quoted in The Sacramento Bee discussing the new statewide public pension formulas; the article was also featured in Governing.
UCLA Anderson was mentioned in an Infobae América article on the growing demand of MBAs during economic crises.
Visiting faculty member, Brian Boyer was mentioned in a SmartMoney article on the increased outflow of stock mutual funds; the article was also featured in The Wall Street Journal and Market Watch.
David Shulman was mentioned in LA Observed on the multi-family construction boom.
Paul Habibi was mentioned in reference to motives behind buying private islands in The Gulf Today.
Kevin McCardle's article on religious women and the opinions surrounding the Doctrinal Assessment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious was featured in America Magazine.
Stuart Gabriel was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on the city of El Segundo's vision to turn its previously industrial district into a collection of creative and offbeat businesses; the article was also featured on Trading Charts and Individual.com.
David Shulman's predictions on home ownership were included in The Press-Enterprise article about the future of the Inland Empire's housing industry.
Ivo Welch was mentioned on Nasdaq in reference to his study on IPO performance.
Avanidhar Subrahmanyam was interviewed in a NPR story on UCLA Anderson's efforts to become self-supporting; the story was also featured on KQED, Capital Public Radio, KOPB, Bullfax, KUNC, KBIA, KUHF, WBFO, WEKU and WNYC.
David Shulman wrote a blog in U.S. News & World Report on the ideologies behind debt crisis solutions.
Edward Leamer was mentioned in a Reuters article on the housing market's impact on economic cycles, the article was also featured on CNBC.
David Shulman was quoted in a My Northwest article on the future of apartment renting.
UCLA Anderson School of Management was mentioned in a Bloomberg Businessweek article on MBA programs focusing on entrepreneurship.
David Shulman was quoted in Los Angeles Times and Housing Wire articles on the future of Southern California's apartment construction boom.
Paul Habibi was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on the motives behind buying private islands; the article was also featured in The Spokesman-Review and The Morning Call.
Miguel Unzueta was quoted in a Daily Bruin article in reference to his research on affirmative action policy.
Shlomo Benartzi was mentioned in an Investment News article on Allianz Global Investors' new PlanSuccess System which was based on his theories on behavioral finance.
Marc Martos-Vila's research on company mergers and acquisitions was mentioned in a Harvard Business School Working Knowledge article.
William Yu was featured on NBC Los Angeles (link to video), quoted in Wall Street Journal (subscription only article) and LA World Journal on factors impacting California's job market. William Yu was also interviewed on LA 18 (link to video) regarding China's economy and featured in LA World Journal regarding the economic impact of the refinery fire in Richmond, CA.
Stuart Gabriel was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on Southern California median home prices reaching a four-year high; the article was also featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, Loan Safe and Trading Charts.
David Shulman was quoted in a San Diego Union Tribune article on the rental market leading to a U.S. housing recovery.
Gigi Johnson was interviewed on BBC World Service Newsday (audio) on the BBC managing director Mark Thompson being appointed CEO of New York Times.
Sanjay Sood was mentioned in Marketing Vox regarding a documentary he appeared in on the history of search-engine optimization.
Geoffrey Ho's research on unemployment bias was mentioned in the Huffington Post, World Journal and Sina.
Daniel J.B. Mitchell was quoted in The Press-Enterprise regarding the city of San Bernardino's pension issues.
David Shulman was quoted in a You and Your Money blog piece on the Federal reserve's lack of policy changes to stimulate the economy.
Sam Culbert was quoted in Chartered Global Management Accountant Magazine article on performance reviews.
Geoffrey Ho and Margaret Shih were mentioned in The Globe and Mail regarding their research on unemployment bias.
Paola Giuliano was quoted in a Benzinga article on issues of unemployment for generation Y.
Paul Habibi was a guest on 89.3 KPCC Patt Morrison Show (audio segment) regarding residents in San Diego depositing debris at Bank of America to protest neglected foreclosed homes.
UCLA Anderson TED Case Challenge was mentioned in a Huffington Post article about ideas developed during student business plan competitions.
William Yu was mentioned in a Los Angeles Times article and Los Angeles Times L.A. Now blog post regarding the economic impact of the refinery fire; the article was also featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, Arca Max, Corning Observer, Luicanne, News & Observer, The Telegraph and Trading Charts.
Geoffrey Ho and Margaret Shih were mentioned in Valor Econômico regarding their research on unemployment bias; the article was also featured in Folha de S. Paulo, Globo, Notícias Economia and SOS Consumidor.
Stuart Gabriel was quoted in an article in The Commercial Appeal regarding the payoff of buying versus renting a house in the Memphis area.
William Yu was mentioned on KCRW News Radio (audio segment) regarding rising gas prices as a result of the Richmond, CA refinery fire.
UCLA Anderson alum Larry Fink ('76) was mentioned in Bloomberg Businessweek's MBA alumni in the news feature.
Jason Snyder was mentioned in a Los Angeles Times article on increasing companies courting LGBT customers; the article also appeared in Bloomberg Businessweek, Chicago Tribune, Inforum, News & Observer, Sacramento Bee, The Morning Call, The Seattle Times, Arca Max, Individual, iStockAnalyst, American Power Blog, The Telegraph and United Press International.
Stuart Gabriel was quoted in a Sacramento Bee article on the boom-and-bust housing cycle of Sacramento.
Geoffrey Ho, Margaret Shih and Daniel Walters were mentioned in The Bakersfield Californian regarding their research on unemployment bias; it also appeared in Bloomberg Businessweek and Examiner.
Felipe Caro was mentioned in a NBC Los Angeles piece on US Olympic clothing made outside of the U.S.
Paul Habibi was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on the Romneys receiving tax cuts on their San Diego home; the article also appeared in Sacramento Bee, Morris Daily Herald, McClatchy.
Stuart Gabriel was mentioned in a Victorville Daily Press article on the advantages of buying versus renting a home.
UCLA Anderson EMBA grad, Keith Comeaux ('06) was mentioned in The Advocate for being the team chief for cruise/engineering operations and flight engineer director for NASA's Curiosity which landed on Mars.
UCLA Anderson alumnus Gregoire Gensollen was mentioned in a Los Angeles Times piece on Los Angeles based graduate programs in the entertainment industry.
Jerry Nickelsburg was quoted in a Reuters piece on California voters against rising numbers of tax hike proposals; the article was also featured in Comporium, Daily Press, Hartford Courant, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, Salem Radio Network News, Sun Sentinel, The Baltimore Sun, The Morning Call, Town Hall, WKZO, WNWN, WSAU and Yahoo! News.
Stuart Gabriel was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on the payoff of home ownership versus renting after an average of three years; it was also featured in Chicago Tribune, Loan Safe, The Morning Call and Trading Charts.
David Shulman was mentioned in a U.S. News & World Report article on the Fed making no policy changes to stimulate the economy.
Jerry Nickelsburg was interviewed on the KPCC Patt Morrison Show regarding the recent job reports.
Romain Wacziarg's research on the ethnic and linguistic factors impacting economic performance was referenced in Bloomberg Businessweek.
Clear Admit interviewed Rob Weiler on the admissions process and provided valuable advice to prospective applicants.
Geoffrey Ho, Margaret Shih and Daniel Walters were mentioned in San Diego Union Tribune, Keppie Careers, Bloomberg Businessweek, All Healthcare Jobs, Indiviudal, Newsodrome and Insight into Diversity regarding their research on unemployment bias.
Luis Goyanes was interviewed on BBC Radio (audio) regarding the economic impact of the Olympic games.