These Highlanders graduated in the last economic recession. Here’s their advice for the class of 2020
Alumni that graduated during the last economic recession have unanimous advice for recent grads: The first job does not define you
How COVID-19 is affecting the global supply chain
One of the most visible impacts of the coronavirus pandemic has been the strain on the global supply chain, with consumers noticing certain goods are harder to find at their local store. Danko Turcic, an associate professor of operations and supply chain management at UC Riverside’s School of Business, said...
What's driving governors' lockdown decisions?
As debate and protests about lockdowns and opening up flare up across the nation, experts are considering why governors decided to lockdown states in the first place. A team of researchers from the USC Marshall School of Business , Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University and University of California...
Study: Aggressive lockdowns need to last more than six weeks to contain COVID-19
People around the world are wondering how long COVID-restrictions have to last in order to curtail the pandemic. A research study on 36 countries and 50 U.S. states has found that aggressive intervention to contain COVID-19 must be maintained for at least 44 days. The study is co-authored by Professor...
Business activity in the Inland Empire expands again
Trade activity strong to date but future outlook cloudy
Worker scarcity, rising home prices push up against an economy in growth mode
Building and construction spending, permitting rises as home demand intensifies
School of Business names executive fellows
Matt D. Lyons ’87, Byron Pollitt ’73, and William E. Thomas will serve for the 2018 -19 academic year
Will 2018 be a ‘sweet spot’ in the Inland Empire’s housing market cycle?
At the 10-year anniversary of the Great Recession a new analysis looks at where the market has been and where it’s headed next
Business activity in the Inland Empire growing at a steady clip
UCR School of Business report suggests eventually growth will be constrained by labor shortages caused by the state’s high cost of living
Online sites fight back against blocked ads
UCR research finds an astonishing 52 times more anti-ad blocking than previously thought
Research reveals why geography is central to product innovation
UCR researcher and colleagues show that businesses in states with confluence of research universities, venture capital, and government funding innovate at 16-times higher rate when demand increases
Highlander venture fund makes its first investment
$250,000 supports San Diego-based NanoCellect Biomedical Inc.