Central Banks Should Not Target House Prices | Opinion
Professor Alan Taylor and his fellow economists studied house prices and interest rates across 14 countries and found that a one percent rise in interest rates reduces the ratio of house prices to incomes by about four percent.
Professor Tsai Honored with Distinguished Teaching Award for Graduate/Professional Schools
The UC Davis Academic Senate and Federation has honored top scholars campuswide, including Professor Chih-Ling Tsai for his excellence in teaching advanced statistics. His nomination letter, signed by 16 current and former students, talks about how
My Passion: Harnessing Tech to Unlock the Mystery and Power of Food
Food & Ag Industry Immersion brings science and business together
Associate Professor Justin Siegel, our Ciocca Visiting Professorship in Innovation & Entrepreneurship, shares his cutting-edge research on sustainable food innovation to promote planetary health.
Expert Advice on Finding Cheap Car Insurance in California
Suzy Taherian comments on the risk profile and reinsurance options and cost of capital and investment strategies for insurance companies and what is the ripple effect on drivers and their access and cost for insurance.
Cannabis Dispensaries Linked with Drop In Opiate-Related Deaths
A new study by Professor Greta Hsu shows a connection between cannabis storefronts and decreased deaths due to opioids.
Embracing Corporate Diversity by Shattering the Glass Ceiling
Research from professor Brad Barber, author of the study ‘Family, Values and Women in Finance,’ found that only 30 percent of recent finance majors were women, with fewer girls than boys pursuing maths, leading to a “math gender gap.”
Comstock's Magazine: Cannabis Dispensaries vs. Opioid Overdoses
Professor Greta Hsu has published a study showing that, nationwide, counties that allow access to legal cannabis dispensaries can expect a significant decrease in opioid overdose deaths.
Students Invest After Gamestop Stock Surge
Following the recent Gamestop stock surge, professor Brad Barber says mostly-amateur retail investors used Reddit as a forum to coordinate their attacks on short-sellers and students flocked to easy-to-use brokerage apps, like Robinhood, to take
Cloud Certs: Opening New Opportunities for MBA Students at UC Davis
Are you cloud certified?
More than 215 students have signed up to earn industry-recognized certifications from Google and Amazon.
Wrightspeed to Participate in Stifel Virtual Transportation and Logistics Conference
At this year's Stifel’s Virtual Transportation & Logistics Conference, GSM Lecturer and Wrightspeed CFO Suzy Taherian says we are witnessing a once-in-a-generation transformation, noting a five-fold increase in electric vehicle use this decade.
Professor Hemant Bhargava Recognized among Top 100 Academic Data Leaders in the World
Professor Hemant Bhargava becomes the only UC Davis academic named to the top-100 list by CDO Magazine.
Tesla’s Advantage: EVs Cannot Succeed Without Developing Parallel Supercharging Networks
Management scholars argue for platform model with both vehicle and chargers
Traditional carmakers are spending billions on developing EVs. But they should take a leaf out of Tesla’s books and invest in a supercharger network to support their cars.
Counties With More Cannabis Dispensaries Show Reduced Opioid Deaths
First time county-level association between opioid deaths and dispensary prevalence found
Professor Greta Hsu's study is the first to examine the association between active cannabis dispensaries and opioid-related mortality rates at the county level.
The Deep Divide: How Can America Heal?
With deep political division across the country, Professor Kimberly Elsbach explains to CBS13 why many people choose to identify with smaller, like-minded groups. "We have a human need for distinctiveness," she says and notes that regional leaders
Robinhood Faces Legal Action Over 'Gamification' of Investing
Following news of recent legal action in Massachusetts, professor Brad Barber tells the Financial Times how the popular investment app, Robinhood blurs the boundaries between an easy-to-use customer interface and gamification. “Half of Robinhood
What Continuing Effect is Brokerage Robinhood Having on Stock Market?
New research from Professor Brad Barber notes half of Robinhood users are first-time investors. And they tend to be drawn to “attention-grabbing” stocks in the news.
Restaurant Jaunts Create Credibility Issue for Politicians
In several media interviews, Professor Kim Elsbach discusses the long-term effects of high-profile California politicians, including the Governor and San Francisco Mayor, defying their health advice by dining out in groups. Does such behavior
Crossovers Conquer America as Top SUV Sales Triple in a Decade
Professor David Bunch notes a spike in sales of hybrid electric sedans in 2008, when gas prices were high. But since then, gas prices have generally stayed low, and trends have led to an increase in demand for crossover vehicles and SUVs.
Google Antitrust Case Suggests Apple Should Be in Crosshairs Too
A leading expert in platform markets, Professor Hemant Bhargava believes the Google-Apple search agreement seems more like a damning indictment of Apple’s own potentially illegal business practices.
Cell Phone Savings Calculator, Best Plans for iPhone Users
With the iPhone 12 unveiling, Professor Hemant Bhargava discusses the impact of Apple's new "iPhone every year" plan, and the range of plan contracts and coverages.