UC Davis MBA: Take A Deep Dive Into Industry Immersions
Video hosted by Poets&Quants' founder John Byrne
See how our Industry Immersion experiences give UC Davis MBA students access to a powerful, collaborative network tied to UC Davis' globally ranked programs in Food and Agriculture, Biotechnology, Sustainable Energy and Tech Finance.
A research team from Arizona State University and two UC Davis business professors have discovered that naming and shaming a company alone won’t close the gender pay gap. They examined how a new law in the U.K. deals with gender pay gap, and whether
To help people make informed decisions on choosing a wireless phone and plan, WalletHub's editors reached out to Professor Hemant Bhargava to talk about consumer choice, the smartphone market and differences among carriers.
Extreme Weather Could Push Food Prices Even Higher
Extreme weather also can negatively affect companies’ bottom lines, according to research by Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin. Griffin’s research of heat effect found that every degree over 77F translates into an annualized loss of sales of 0.63%
Jayce Smalley Named to Poets&Quants' 2022 MBAs to Watch
After playing Division I football for UCLA, recent Full-Time MBA alum Jayce Smalley transferred to UC Davis to compete on the field and earn his MBA. Smalley was recently recognized among Poets&Quants' MBAs to Watch: Class of 2022.
Professor Emerita Kimberly Elsbach discusses the workplace effects of proximity bias, the unconscious tendency to favor the people we’re physically closer to, ultimately heightening the risk that in-office workers will receive preferential treatment
Clarification or Confusion: A Textual Analysis of ASC 842 Lease Transition Disclosures
Prof. Paul Griffin’s recent study states U.S. company operating leases in SEC financial disclosures are more likely to confuse than clarify by favoring those investors most able to benefit from technical and complex information.
In his AACSB article co-authored by Dean H. Rao Unnava and Sarah Nutter, they note universities and business schools must now embrace new educational formats and financial models to thrive, including options for lifelong learning.