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For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian shares significant and fundamental changes ahead due to COVID-19, many of which will become permanent when the crisis abates.
How worried should long-term investors be about the coronavirus pandemic? Professor Alan Taylor says “it’s an open question, since we have never had an age pyramid like this in past great pandemics.”
The coronavirus pandemic could harm the economy for decades if past patterns are a guide, according to Professor Alan Taylor, drawing on data going back to the 14th century.
UC Davis experts agree hoarding is wrong, but as Professor Donald Palmer explains, panic buying might actually be a rational response to public officials’ messages during a chaotic crisis.
Professor Donald Palmer and UC Davis experts say political leaders’ messages during COVID-19 outbreak scared people into over-buying—a rational response.
Professor Donald Palmer joins KCRA 3 TV News for a live question and answer session about hoarding and government messages to public about coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, Professor Donald Palmer describes how dissonant messages from public leaders have further eroded trust in government during times of crisis that brings with it panic buying and stock market collapse.
M.S. in Business Analytics Executive Director Amy Russell shares about the critical moments in her career in this CMO by Adobe article in honor of Women’s History Month, the annual March celebration of women’s achievements.
A growing number of people are working out of the office. But research from Professor Kim Eslbach shows that some managers harbor an unconscious bias against remote workers.
With two decades of experience in the wine industry, Curtis Mann MBA 06 was recently named one of seven new Masters of Wine. Mann is the 53rd person in the U.S. to earn this prestigious recognition.
In this podcast episode of Negotiate Anything, Professor Kim Elsbach teaches us how to rebuild trust when it has been lost.
American companies are ignoring the risks of climate change at their own peril, according to Professor Paul Griffin who warns extreme weather caused by the climate crisis could result in a devastating economic recession.
UC Davis joins other MBA programs with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) designation, thus making graduates eligible for as much as three years’ employment without a visa.
Professor Donald Palmer offers expert analysis to ABC Melbourne Radio regarding the role leadership plays in protecting institutions from financial damages during the Australian Royal Commission.
American companies are ignoring the risks of climate change at their own peril, according to a researcher Paul Griffin who warns that extreme weather caused by the climate crisis could result in a devastating economic recession.
Extreme Weather Like Floods or Drought Could Trigger a Catastrophic Economic Recession ‘Like We’ve Never Seen Before’
Current financial markets do not account for risk posed by natural disasters, says Professor Paul Griffin via his new research, recently published in Nature Energy.
Professor Paul Griffin’s research, recently published in Nature Energy, notes financial markets are not taking into account the risks that catastrophic events will have on the economy.
Whether you’re brainstorming for a project or are searching for an out-of-the-box solution, Professor Kim Elsbach explains why getting outside will get your creative juices flowing.
Double Aggie alumna Janette Cruz MBA 15, a Sacramento Metro EDGE member, talks about her work at SMUD and CalPERS and the importance of volunteering.
Sacramento MBA student Samantha Contreras shares how she caught the entrepreneurial bug and joined a winning team in the UC Davis Big Bang Business Competition.