Wall Street’s Jim Cramer vs. UC Davis MPAc Students’ Stock Picks
Students recommend retailers, clothing, beverage companies
While CNBC’s “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer has a wide audience for his stock picks, far lesser known for having expertise in stock analysis are the Master of Professional Accounting students at UC Davis, who recently presented their stock recommendations.
Fending Off Critics of Platform Power with Differential Revenue Sharing: Doing Well by Doing Good?
Professor Hemant Bhargava and his co-authors developed a model of platform economics and show that a small-business oriented (SBO) differential revenue sharing design can increase total welfare and outputs on digital platforms.
The Dangers of Ignoring Extreme Heat Events: Businesses' Bottom Lines will be Affected
In a co-authored article on "The Conversation," Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin says the record-breaking heatwaves that caused train tracks to bend in the United Kingdom last month will cause business performance to suffer.
Paul Griffin on How Climate Risk Could Bring a Series of Recessions
In an interview on the UC Davis podcast, “The Backdrop,” Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin shares new research that finds the economy could be plunged into recession—or a series of recessions—because financial markets don’t account for climate
Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin to Speak at Accountability in a Sustainable World Conference
Recognizing the immediate need for dialogue among academics and practitioners about devastating climate changes, Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin will be a featured speaker at the Accountability in a Sustainable World two-part digital event
Landing a Gut (Health) Punch with Artificial Intelligence
How AI can enable better health via food and make us better bosses of our bodies
Similar to how AI can help business leaders make better decisions about their operations and investments for better growth, AI can help consumers make better decisions about their food choices for better health and performance. AI can teach us how to be the bosses of our own bodies.
How does consumer engagement evolve when brands post across multiple social media?
Mastering the complex social media world is a lot like trying to get your footing in constantly shifting sand. It seems like a new social media channel makes a big splash every six months; meanwhile, algorithms intended to boost your exposure keep changing and becoming increasingly monetized.
“Even though it’s called the VC market, more and more of that money is not from VC investors,” says Ayako Yasuda, professor of finance at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management and Research Fellow of the Private Equity Research Consortium. “That