Professor Hollis Skaife shares new research on the risks involved in the way U.S. companies influence the political process via campaign finance.
Healthcare Innovation Tops 2019 Big Bang! Competition
Promising startups showcased in annual UC Davis business competition
Physician-scientist Maria Artunduaga won the $20,000 first prize in the 19th Big Bang! Business Competition with an innovative chronic obstructive pulmonary disease breakthrough.
First online MBA in the University of California system offers more nontraditional students and working professionals worldwide the opportunity to earn a UC Davis MBA.
UC Davis Full-Time MBA Ranked among Best in U.S. for 24th Year
Part-Time MBA Rises to No. 28 Overall, Top 20 at Public Universities
Our Full-Time MBA ranks in the top 50 for the 24th consecutive year, and our Part-Time MBA rises four slots to No. 28 in U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings.
UC Davis Graduate School of Management Recognized as Top Military Friendly School
Supporting Students on Active Duty and Veterans
We’ve been named a top 2019-2020 Military Friendly® School by militaryfriendly.com. We’re proud of our student veterans and their achievements inside and outside the classroom.
The new ranking is based on five main pillars: institutional resources, student engagement, teaching environment and student outcomes.
UC Davis Full-Time MBA in Top 40 in U.S. and Top 50 Globally in Businessweek Ranking
Top 10 in U.S. for Curriculum/Teaching
Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2018 Best Business Schools ranks the UC Davis Full-Time MBA among the top programs in the U.S. and globally.
The Economist Ranks Faculty Quality No. 8 Worldwide
Full-Time MBA Program Jumps Nearly 30 Spots to No. 54 Globally
The Economist’s 2018 Which MBA? survey ranks the UC Davis Full-Time MBA program No. 54 worldwide, up nearly 30 places from last year.
UC Davis Full-Time MBA Ranks among Top 40 in U.S., M.S. in Business Analytics among Top 10 in U.S. and Top 25 Globally
Our Full-Time MBA and MSBA programs are ranked among the best in the world by QS World University Rankings.
Do Companies Get the Credit They Deserve for Investing in Innovation?
Credit Rating Agencies Respond Rationally to Risk from R&D Investment, Study Finds
Professor Paul Griffin investigated claims that credit rating agencies are lazy and biased when it comes to adjusting ratings for innovation success.
Policies, Costs and Religion are Hurdles to Environmental Disclosure
Professor Paul Griffin publishes three new papers and several op-ed pieces on topic
Are oil and gas companies disclosing enough about climate change risk? Professor Paul Griffin offers a solution for transparency benefiting firms and activist investors.
Professor Greta Hsu urges attention to regulating youth access to the product and promoting models that are tied to higher rates of smoking cessation.
PCAOB Awards $10,000 Scholarship to New Accounting Student
Erin Christman MPAc 19 takes a cue from her sister, alumna Jennifer Christman Cox 15
Incoming Master of Professional Accountancy student Erin Christman is relocating from Massachusetts, following in the footsteps of her sister, Jennifer, a 2015 MPAc graduate.
Will Snyder Awarded for Excellence in Teaching
UC Davis Academic Federation honors MPAc executive director for his many contributions to students
The UC Davis Academic Federation has named MPAc’s executive director for its Excellence in Graduate and Professional Teaching Award.
New Scholarship Announced for Accounting Applicants
MPAc students to be awarded starting in Fall 2018
The Crystal A. Coleman Scholarship will award $50,000 to MPAc students starting in Fall 2018.
Professor Donald Palmer Contributes to Australia’s Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse in Organizations
Institutional failures account for many of the 4,400 cases
A royal commission has delivered the most extensive report of its kind, with Professor Palmer providing expert analysis of institutional cultures.
Crying off Script in Workplace Can Ruin Women’s Careers, UC Davis Professor Finds
Men’s anger may gain them stature
As celebrity harassment allegations pile up, everyday office dynamics are coming under the microscope. Professor Kim Elsbach examines crying at work and how we perceive men and women differently.
Why So Few Women in Finance?
Studies point to role models, math gender gap, demanding hours and bias
Why are women a minority in investment management across global markets? Professor Brad Barber finds that role models, the math gender gap and demanding work hours are key reasons.
All Politics—and Cannabis Marketing—Are Local
Study: Washington, Colorado Provide Insight for California
Prof.Greta Hsu examines the marketing of cannabis dispensaries in Washington and Colorado and shows how county voting on legalization affects their marketing—just ahead of the opening of California’s retail market.
New UC Davis MBA Immersions Focus on Food & Ag, Biotechnology, Sustainable Energy and Tech Finance
Top executives bring real-world challenges—and opportunities—to students
More than 40 top executives will speak this winter in four new Industry Immersion courses tapping UC Davis’ world-class research strengths.