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Questioning Exxon Mobil’s support of the carbon dividends plan, Accounting Professor Paul Griffin draws on his research to recommend a better approach.
Professor Prasad Naik shares insights on what he calls “Management 3.0.”
Nicole Biggart, a research professor, professor emerita and former dean, shares her experience with exploring the uncanny art cars festival.
Finance Professor Brad Barber plots a survival curve for individual traders and finds that 90 percent are gone in four years, according to research cited by Forbes.
Marketing Associate Professor Olivier Rubel talks with with Cara Bernstein of Millennium Live about going beyond the data to gain business insights and drive transformation.
New research by Professor Paul Griffin investigates company reporting results in the U.S. over the last 17 years and reveals a marked increase in “positive earnings surprises”.
The QS publication interviews Gupta about her career goals, UC Davis culture and our new Industry Immersion courses.
“Creativity and innovation happen when people change their environment” and get out in nature, according to research by Professor Kimberly Elsbach featured in The Sydney Morning Herald.
CNBC features research on bias in investment banking from Finance Professor Brad Barber.
Finance Professor Brad Barber talks about his research on women in finance.
Protecting Energy Groups From Climate Lawsuits Is A Bad Idea
A Financial Times op-ed with Professor Paul Griffin
Professor Paul Griffin co-authors an op-ed in the Financial Times based on his latest research about how well fossil fuel firms are informing investors.
Investors may not be getting a straight story about company earnings, a paper co-authored by Professor Paul Griffin says.
New alumnus Sundararajan Murapakkam Srinivasan shares with QS Top MBA why he chose UC Davis and how experiences like the IMPACT practicum project are benefiting his career.
A new study by Professor Griffin says more S&P 500 companies are using non-standard numbers to report bigger earnings beats and boost share prices.
BusinessBecause recognizes our San Francisco-based 12-month MSBA program for forging new career opportunities for international students in the global innovation hub of the Bay Area.
The positive earnings surprise may be due to accounting gimmicks rather than a realistic reflection of actual profitability, according to a new study by Professor Paul Griffin.
Professor Paul Griffin latest financial disclosure study shows that better-than-expected company earnings reports are often manipulated, which impacts market results. (Washington Post)