The acclaimed scholar of immigrant and low-wage workforce issues says he looks forward to studying the gig economy, young workers and immigrant workers.
A UCLA political scientist and an American University political historian talked about the key factors in the presidential election Tuesday night before a packed crowd at the Hammer Museum.
The UCLA Anderson School of Management professor knows he won't be elected but hopes to wake Americans up to key economic issues.
In industrial and multi-family housing, the optimism of the past few years continued, according to a survey by the UCLA Anderson Forecast and the Allen Matkins law firm.
Journalists from across the nation gathered Tuesday night at Capitale in New York for the presentation of the annual awards, presented by the UCLA Anderson School.
Professors Sholmo Benartzi and Alan Castel say that as people age, they tend to focus on positive memories and those blindspots to past negatives can have bad financial consequences.
President Obama announced a $70 million award today to a nonprofit co-founded by UCLA to create a nationwide Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute.
Mary Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board and a UCLA faculty member, is a fierce fighter for the environment. She has championed a difficult cause without succumbing to bitterness or wallowing in the polarization that has crippled Sacramento and Washington.
UCLA Anderson Forecast calls for continued slow but steady growth in the two percent range.
UCLA economist Lee Ohanian shares his thoughts about the lasting and far-reaching impact of a 12-year-old study he co-authored that criticized some of FDR’s New Deal policies.
A new study conducted by researchers in UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs finds decline in giving since 2006 amid urgent and rising need in Los Angeles.
California Governor Jerry Brown has been fighting for the environment for decades. He reflects on that history.
Social work professor Mark Kaplan found that an increase in high-risk drinking during the Great Recession may explain the rise in alcohol-related suicides by men — but not women.
Five UCLA experts from across the campus recently assembled a big-picture view of the political turmoil, economic crisis and investigation into widespread corruption that are shaking Brazil to its core.
The head of the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate talks about the impact of the $1.86 billion, 80,000-seat NFL stadium and 6,000-seat performance venue now under construction in Inglewood.
The Royal Geographical Society is awarding its Founder's Medal, one of two Royal Medals it is presenting this year, to UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs professor Michael Storper for his leadership in human and economic geography.
Economics professor Lee Ohanian co-writes an op-ed that criticizes Donald Trump’s ideas on international trade because they would lead to less commerce with the rest of the world.
For California, the forecast calls for a steady decrease in the unemployment rate, to about 5.0 percent by the end of 2018.
Laurence D. Fink, chairman, CEO of BlackRock, Inc. and the newest recipient of the UCLA Medal, talked about how China will have to transform its society to keep its economy moving forward.
A detailed examination of assets and debts by researchers from UCLA, Duke and The New School showed that some racial and ethnic minority populations are extremely vulnerable to even short-term financial disruptions.
Marketing professor Hal Hershfield writes that with a little more information in their monthly statements, consumers would make better choices on repaying their balances.
Income equality is not the critical problem of our time, according to UCLA economist Lee E. Ohanian. There are greater public policy issues surrounding the nation's economic well-being.
UCLA Anderson Forecast: Job growth, wage increases to push real GDP growth past 3% for first time since ’05
According to senior economist David Shulman, with the economy generating jobs at a 200,000-a-month clip, the unemployment rate should soon drop to 4.6 percent.
UCLA Anderson professor Shlomo Benartzi writes in the Wall Street Journal that seeing frequent updates in the palm of your hand can lead to overreacting to short-term losses.
The study by the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law shows that state and local sales taxes increase by an estimated $52 million.