UCLA Has a Department for Predicting the Future
Featuring: Jerry Nickelsburg , Faculty Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast; Adjunct Professor of Economics
For 70 Years, the UCLA Anderson Forecast has predicted the future of the economy. Jerry Nickelsburg tells us what's in store.
What If We Could Measure How Good A Corporation Is for Society?
Featuring: Magali Delmas, Professor of Management; Faculty Director, Center for Impact
Magali Delmas’ new transparency study shows change is possible when companies truthfully report ESG metrics
In a Nation of Increasing Extreme Behavior, a Case for Moderation
Featuring: Aimee Drolet Rossi, Professor of Marketing; Marion Anderson Chair in Management
Aimee Drolet Rossi's discoveries indicate great potential for change
Buying a Car Since the Pandemic? It’s a Changed Market
Featuring: Mark J. Garmaise, Professor of Finance
Mark Garmaise looked to Japan’s post-tsunami used car market to illuminate the current one
Marketers Connect Better With Consumers Using Headphones
Featuring: Alicea Lieberman, Assistant Professor of Marketing
Alicea Lieberman found that people feel the material more than content through speakers
The Science of Sustainability Is Not Yet Sustainable
Featuring: Charles Corbett, Professor of Decisions, Operations and Technology Management, IBM Chair in Management
We identify bad environmental practices well, but aren’t creating great outcomes, Charles Corbett explains
Are You a Woman Applying for a Job? Choose Words Carefully
Featuring: Joyce C. He, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
Using masculine words for male-dominated positions will backfire, according to Joyce He
10,000 Economists Can Be Wrong: 2021’s Crazy Inflation Explained
Featuring: Leo Feler, Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast
Forecaster Leo Feler gives reasons for the 7% – and a mea culpa
When Breakthroughs Happen (or Don’t) in Business School Research
We asked a number of our faculty about the ups and downs of chasing insight, or even work that matters
The Future of the Nanostores – 50 Million Locations Worldwide
Featuring: Chris Tang , UCLA Distinguished Professor; Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration; Senior Associate Dean, Global Initiatives; Faculty Director, Center for Global Management
Chris Tang examines the power and vulnerability of tiny retail outlets
Debunking One of the Most Famous Psychology Experiments Ever
Featuring: Daniel J. Benjamin, Professor of Behavioral Economics and Genoeconomics
Economist Dan Benjamin thoroughly shakes down the classic marshmallow test
Why a Nationwide $15 Minimum Wage Is Wrongheaded
Featuring: Edward Leamer, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Global Economics and Management Director Emeritus, UCLA Anderson Forecast
Economist Ed Leamer pulls no punches looking at our societal issues
The Forecast Since the Biden Stimulus
Featuring: Leo Feler, Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast
Economist Leo Feler weighs consumer behavior, universal basic income
What People of Asian Descent in America Face Now
Featuring: Margaret Shih, Associate Vice Chancellor, BruinX, UCLA Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Neil Jacoby Chair in Management; Professor of Management and Organizations
Vice Chancellor Margaret Shih explains the cultural and workplace conflicts.
The Way the FDA Approves Vaccines Should Be Different Now
Featuring: Fernanda Bravo, Assistant Professor of Decisions, Operations and Technology Management
As Fernanda Bravo tells Warren Olney, it should be risk versus reward.
Women Consider Jobs Differently, and Employers Know It
Featuring: Melanie Wasserman, Assistant Professor of Economics
Warren Olney navigates hours, work/life balance and pay with Melanie Wasserman.
Many Fine Wine Labels Are Hiding That They’re Organic
Featuring: Magali Delmas, Professor of Management; Faculty Director, Impact@Anderson
Magali Delmas found the quality is higher but eco-labeling would leave a sour note.
This Behavioral Scientist Studied Chinese Factories and Found Surprising Keys to Productivity
Featuring: Sherry Wu, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
What motivates employees extends into the U.S. as well, according to Sherry Wu.
Want to Save the Environment? Hope for a Global Treaty
As Ivo Welch and Brad Cornell tell Warren Olney, doing your part will mostly save money.
Featuring: Ivo Welch, Distinguished Professor of Finance, J. Fred Weston Chair in Finance, and Brad Cornell, Professor Emeritus
When Something We Need Goes Scarce, How Do We Decide Who Has Dibs?
Warren Olney interviews Franklin Shaddy about how to allocate precious items, even vaccines.
Featuring: Franklin Shaddy, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Behavioral Decision Making
What’s the Key Ingredient to a Successful Startup?
As Olav Sorenson tells host Warren Olney, it’s your longtime location.
Featuring: Olav Sorenson, Joseph Jacobs Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies; Professor of Strategy; Faculty Research Director, Price Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Forecasting the Economy When the President Is Sick and Unpredictable
Jerry Nickelsburg talks with Warren Olney about how economists forge ahead with predictions in a time of sheer unpredictability.
Featuring: Jerry Nickelsburg, Adjunct Full Professor; Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast
The Systemic Suppression of Native Americans’ Economic Outcomes
Christian Dippel found that the property rights on reservations have cost generations of Indigenous peoples their fair shot at economic opportunity.
Featuring: Christian Dippel, Assistant Professor of Economics
How Politicians Handle Uncertainty
Craig Fox explained to Warren Olney that when leaders can discern situations with random variables from those with knowable variables, they can better influence and communicate the outcomes.
Featuring: Craig Fox, Harold Williams Chair and Professor of Management
What Baseball Teaches Us about Our Own Performance
Hengchen Dai gleaned data from baseball to show that instances of “fresh starts” boost performance — and can be applied to our lives as well.
Featuring: Hengchen Dai, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations and Behavioral Decision Making
If You Think Time Is Money, You’re Forfeiting Happiness
Warren Olney interviewed Sanford Devoe about his critical research on hourly versus salaried earners. The findings are simple — but they explain a great deal about our behaviors.
Featuring: Sanford Devoe, Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
Organizations Have Committed to Better Representation, but Really?
Miguel Unzueta, expert on equity, racial discrimination, biases and microaggressions in the workplace, asks, at a time of higher consciousness about equitable representation, how can we make our organizations better?
Featuring: Miguel Unzueta, Senior Associate Dean of MBA Programs; Professor of Management and Organizations
The Power of the Immigrant Mindset in America
Economist and researcher Paola Giuliano tells Warren Olney how different waves of immigrants to the U.S. have leaned politically and influenced policy.
Featuring: Paola Giuliano, Professor of Economics, Justice Elwood Lui Endowed Term Chair in Management
The Housing Shortage and Homelessness: A Researcher’s Perspective
Leading real estate researcher Stuart Gabriel examines how the housing shortage and homelessness in California have been exacerbated by redlining, systemic failures and now COVID-19. What are possible solutions?
Featuring: Stuart Gabriel, Arden Realty Chair, Professor of Finance and Director, Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate at UCLA
It’s Not Just What You Say or How You Say It
Heather Caruso discusses how listening to understand is the key to averting conflicts, particularly among people of different backgrounds and cultures.
Featuring: Heather Caruso, Assistant Dean of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion; Adjunct Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations and Behavioral Decision Making
Leadership (or the Lack Thereof) in This Global Crisis
Warren Olney and economist Sebastian Edwards look into the failures of leadership (and one success) as different leading nations navigate the pandemic.
Featuring: Sebastian Edwards, Henry Ford II Chair in International Management; Faculty Director, Center for Global Management
The Global Economic … Recession?
Warren Olney and renowned economic forecaster Ed Leamer look into what’s ahead in the wake of this pandemic, from an economic and sociological perspective.
Featuring: Ed Leamer, Professor Emeritus
Happiness in COVID Times
Cassie Mogilner Holmes examines happiness during the COVID-19 crisis. Is it achievable? How does research show happiness is within your control?
Featuring: Cassie Mogilner Holmes, Donnalisa ’86 and Bill Barnum Endowed Term Chair in Management; Professor of Behavioral Decision Making and Marketing
The Difference Between Thinking You’ll Do Something and Doing It
Hal Hershfield delves into our consumer and life decisions, uncovering valuable nuggets about why we decide to make changes — but often never follow through.
Featuring: Hal Hershfield, Professor of Behavioral Decision Making and Marketing