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Bad Company: How the BP Oil Spill Changed Social Activists’ Tactics
“A fundamental shift in the way they worked towards their environmental goals.”
Associate Professor Elizabeth Pontikes and her co-authors found organizations backed away from collaborative tactics on eco-friendly policies after the spill.
Interest-free Deferred Tuition Offered to UC Davis Online MBA Students
"Our hope is that this is perhaps a groundbreaking way of doing things," says Dean H. Rao Unnava of the new pilot program for interest-free deferred tuition for the Online MBA program.
An Innovative Way To Pay For That MBA Degree
Poets&Quants’ John Byrne writes that Dean Unnava believes the deferred tuition program could increase the available pool of applicants by as much as 20% because it makes the Online MBA degree more accessible to candidates.
The True Secret to MBA Application Success
"The key to MBA application success lies beyond GMAT scores or work experience," says Valerie D. James, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.
MBA Team Finds About 23% of Sacramento's Workforce May Leave the Region within Three Years
A new workforce study from the Sacramento Metro Chamber and a team of UC Davis MBA students revealed about a quarter of the more than 400 Sacramento-area workers surveyed may leave the region within three years.
UC Davis Graduate School of Management to Offer Interest-Free Deferred Tuition for Online MBA Students
Pilot program designed to increase access to higher education
New deferred tuition pilot program aims to reduce the financial barriers to pursuing an MBA by helping students avoid interest payments.
87 Million Americans Will Look at Cars to Buy this Labor Day Weekend
The three-day weekend provided a big boost in car sales, and Professor Hemant Bhargava says that's due to three reasons: pent-up demand, extra money due to federal or state payments, and supply shortages.
MSBA Class of 2022 Largest in Program’s History
Master of Science in Business Analytics students from 17 countries arrive in San Francisco.
We’re welcoming our largest MSBA cohort ever, nearly 100 students, and nearly two-thirds of them join our program from notable companies like Microsoft, EY, Uber, Goldman Sachs, Intel and more.
Q&A with MSBA Alum and Nordstrom Data Analyst Khristion Lambert
“It’s not easy, but it’s rewarding.”
“I saw this program as a great opportunity to solidify my skills and transition into the industry,” says Class of 2021 MSBA graduate Khristion Lambert.
Celebrating our Connected Alumni Community
A letter to our alumni community from 2020-22 GSMAA president, Kristy Bird MaKieve MBA 15.
Growth Dynamics in the Consumer Market for Battery Electric Vehicles
Exposure to electric vehicle technology at home and work can fuel market growth
Car makers claim to be “all in” on electric vehicles, and California pledges 5 mil. zero-emission vehicles by 2030. Professor David Bunch examines factors driving consumers to adopt the new tech.
Forget the Consensus: Beating Individual Analyst Benchmarks
Study shows strategic nature of earnings management
What's my target? Assistant Professor Paul Wong uncovers how executives manage tax estimates to enhance earnings and beat individual benchmarks.