Faculty Research in UCLA Anderson Review
When Younger Investors Overreact to News, Others Feel It
Inexperienced investors, lacking historical context, impact markets
How an Excess of Stock Analyst Optimism Lands on Companies Least Deserving of It
Results of financially weak firms are difficult to forecast; in uncertainty, Mark Grinblatt finds, Wall Street’s views are overly generous
How Tech's Disruption Alters Investors' Appetite for Risk
New technology’s upending of the old creates demand for alternative assets to offset risk
Faculty Research Grants
Meet the recipients of 2020-2021 grant cycle.
“I think one of the huge advantages of coming to a place like UCLA to get your MBA is that you are exposed to people who are really on the frontiers of finance.”
“My hope is that students in my class will learn how to think… If they learn the process of thinking about these problems, they will be able to come and see them and solve them again.”
"I've been here since 1981, and I've been very happy. It's been a fantastic finance group, and I've had many wonderful colleagues here."
"Learning doesn't end just here at Anderson, it's the students' entire lives."
"Do the stuff you are most afraid of, take the hardest classes. This is your chance to be creative without worrying about getting fired."
"I also want students to come away with a sense that people are not just calculating machines, the models only go so far."
"I was a professor of surgery at Wash U when I did my MBA. I loved Finance so much that I decided to make a career change."
"We're going to teach you lots of tools...internalize what those tools allow you to do in terms of thinking critically about the world."