UCLA’s leader said that to promote job growth and social mobility, traditional four-year higher education and credentialing and certificate programs should play key roles.
Dr. E. Dale Abel, Robert Bjork and Rosa Matzkin were honored for their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
In a discussion moderated by UCLA’s Jim Newton, the two leaders express differing perspectives on a range of California issues.
In year 7 of UCLA survey, L.A. residents express lowest-ever satisfaction with county’s quality of life
Scores declined in each of the nine categories covered by the annual report.
When states increased their minimum hourly wage by $1, divorce rates declined by 7% to 15% among those earning low wages.
In a new report, UCLA researchers recommend extending eviction protections for all, until unemployment figures reach pre-pandemic levels.
UCLA labor studies faculty discuss the history and key lessons we can learn from the labor champion.
Just as the economic impact of COVID-19 was waning, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine injected an additional layer of uncertainty into the forecast.
Eight young UCLA professors are among 118 scientists and scholars selected today to receive the awards.
Pandemic continues to influence consumer behavior, affect economy on national, state and local levels
The latest UCLA Anderson Forecast sees stronger-than-anticipated performance for the U.S. and California.
A report from UCLA’s Center for Scholars and Storytellers looks at the intersection of race, class and social mobility in shows popular with teens.
The Stanford professor and two colleagues were honored for demonstrating “what conclusions about cause and effect can be drawn from natural experiments.”
The economic data also show that the recession and recovery had a disproportionately negative impact on lower-income Californians.
A survey co-published by UCLA reveals the impact of COVID-19 and the struggles some faced in accessing recovery funds.
UCLA faculty helped compile and analyze data used in the Alliance for a Better Community’s Latino Scorecard.
A UCLA–USC survey suggests that countywide, tenants owe landlords more than $3 billion.
Latinas were more likely than other groups to drop out of workforce during pandemic, UCLA study finds
The trend “could cost the U.S. economy billions of dollars,” said report co-author Kassandra Hernández.
UCLA Anderson Forecast: Pent-up demand for leisure and hospitality, recreation, health care will fuel recovery
The impact of California’s comparatively stringent pandemic mitigation measures will be key to the state’s economic growth.
A UCLA survey details the effect of falling incomes, COVID-19 health issues and pandemic-related restrictions on Angelenos’ quality of life.
Despite the tough labor market, the Bruin community has come together to help one another navigate today’s unique challenges.
A UCLA report analyzes the potential economic impact of granting citizenship to immigrants who are already in the U.S. labor force.
UCLA-led study examined conditions faced by construction and domestic workers in six countries.
Mass COVID-19 vaccinations will help boost the U.S. and local economies and usher in a new post-pandemic norm, economists predict.
The UCLA report is a call to action for policymakers amid the continuing economic recovery plans.
History shows universities like UCLA bring Americans closer together and move our nation forward.