MBA in Global Economics and Management
Students pursuing an MBA specialization in Global Management are instilled with the intellectual knowledge and cultural competencies they need to become well-rounded and well-informed global citizens. With opportunities to engage in academic, immersion and experiential programming, students can customize their academic preparation in global management and business, helping them to emerge from UCLA Anderson with a global management mindset and an intuitive grasp of managerial, operational and policy issues from a global perspective.
Ph.D. in Global Economics and Management
The Ph.D. Program in Economics is designed for scholars aiming at careers in top academic institutions. The Global Economics and Management area has a strong focus on applied economics in general, with a particular emphasis in international economics, political economy and economic development. The small size of the program facilitates strong cohesion among students and faculty, continuous scholarly interactions among all members of the area, and an intellectually active and stimulating environment.
Bowling for Fascism: Exploring the Dark Side of Social Capital
Nico Voigtländer finds, in pre-World War II Germany, sports clubs became a vehicle to spread Nazism
Cultures That Delay Gratification: Their Immigrants to the U.S. Excel in School
Paola Giuliano's study finds the benefit to students increases over time
German Rebels Who Helped Lincoln Win the Civil War: A Natural Experiment in Leadership
Christian Dippel’s research follows leaders of a failed 1848 revolt to towns across the U.S.