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.
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.
The report assumes that mass vaccinations will clear a path toward a new, productive normalcy for many industries.
The live virtual event honored the work of journalists whose contributions illuminate the worlds of business, finance and the economy.
Researchers tested the approach by designing a computer model based on Sierra Madre, California, a suburb of Pasadena.
UCLA Labor Center researchers found that COVID-19 has exacerbated difficulties for a population that so often works in the service jobs that have disappeared.
A new UCLA report recommends that state and local officials develop plans to retrain members of the Latino workforce for jobs in the digital economy.
Economists say the positive outlook is partly due to consumers and businesses quickly adapting to virtual commerce.
With a statewide moratorium on evictions set to expire, thousands of renters are at risk of losing their housing.
UCLA’s Raul Hinojosa said that their reduced purchasing power amid a looming recession is a public health and economic crisis.
Systemic racial inequalities underlie the difficulties many people of color have paying rent, according to new UCLA research.
The analysis used data from California and New York to better understand the nature and magnitude of the economic disruption.
The UCLA Anderson Forecast team writes that the economy is in a “Depression-like crisis.”
UCLA’s Career Center and Alumni Association continue to offer programs and services to help students and graduates through the crisis.
UCLA's Quality of Life Index found that the young and economically stressed are far less optimistic about their opportunities.