From Apple to Academia: Professor Andrew Hargadon on Innovation
Poets&Quants: UC Davis Thought Leadership Video Series
Catch the first in our series of UC Davis Thought Leadership spotlights with Poets&Quants. Professor Andrew Hargadon is at the forefront of teaching, research and practice in cross-disciplinary entrepreneurship.
Machine Learning Algos vs. Wall Street Stock Analysts
Our research on forecasting and overreacting predictions breaks new ground
Are robots better stock analysts than humans? Assistant Professor Keer Yang explains his latest research that shows the use of machine learning methods offers certain advantages, but it doesn't strictly outperform human analysts.
The War Over Work From Home: The Data CEOs And Workers Need To Know
In Forbes, Professor Emeritus Kim Elsbach says her research has found that when people are seen in the office, even when nothing is known about the quality of their work, they are perceived as more reliable and dependable than remote workers.
Upcycling spent beer grains can pack foods and beverages with sustainable nutrition
Are beer grains the next big breakthrough to battle global malnutrition? GSM Senior Scholar Harold Schmitz's latest groundbreaking food research shows that upcycled brewers’ spent grain is rich in protein and fiber and more sustainable than other plant-based ingredients.
Company Disclosures of $2 Trillion in New Asset and Liabilities for Leases Confuse More Than They Clarify
New SEC rules not fair, favor big asset managers vs. average investor
Professor Paul Griffin and his coauthors reveal in their just-published study that new SEC rules for company financial disclosures of $2 trillion worth of leased assets and lease obligations may not have been fair for all investors.
Positive critics reviews signal film will be a flop; negative reviews—a hit!
Assistant Professor Pantelis Loupos partners with MSBA students to analyze the correlation between movie critics’ pre-release reviews and opening weekend box office revenue. Their results will surprise you.
Fungi-Based Protein Company Meati Launches Scientific Advisory Board To Support Scale-Up, Nutrition Research
Senior Scholar Harold Schmitz heads the five member board
(Forbes) - Meati Foods announced the launch of its inaugural scientific advisory board headed by Harold Schmitz, former chief science officer at Mars and senior scholar at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.
Only a fraction of public companies cite wildfire risk in required disclosures
Listen to NPR Cap Radio's Insight interview with Professor Paul Griffin, the lead author of a new report, who explains why wildfire risks aren't being properly disclosed by publicly traded U.S. companies and the potential impacts.
Gaining experience in niche food product pipeline development
One of the main reasons I chose the UC Davis MBA program is the range of opportunities to learn more about the food and agriculture industry at the world’s top-ranked research university in the field," blogs Nathaniel Morrison MBA 23.