2009 Volume 12 Issue 1

Private vs. Public Real Estate Markets

This article highlights the informational inefficiency that exists between public and private real estate markets.

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More Than Money

More Than Money

In this audio interview, seven-time social entrepreneur Mark Albion answers questions about building a just and sustainable world through business.

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The Successful Expatriate Leader in China

The cultural dimensions of leadership—power distance, individualism, uncertainty avoidance, and masculinity—are important for the U.S. businessperson to recognize and apply while operating in China.

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Recognizing Organizational Culture in Managing Change

The purpose of this article is to examine how organizational culture influences the likelihood of success for change strategies, and to provide tools for the reader to apply within his or her organization.

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Editorial: Taking Advantage of California's Retirees to Help Close the Budget Gap

Editorial: Taking Advantage of California’s Retirees to Help Close the Budget Gap

This editorial encourages California to utilize the talents of management retirees to help alleviate our ongoing financial woes.

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Believe It: Complaints Are Gifts

Complaining customers give businesses a key opportunity to uncover problems and venture into new markets, as complaints are one of the least expensive market research tools around.

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An Alternative Way to Manage Equity Portfolios

Research on investment strategies to counterbalance the current negative conditions for traditional beta investing.

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Active Alpha Portfolio Management: Appendix A

Active Alpha Portfolio Management: Appendix A

An appendix to “An Alternative Way to Manage an Equity Portfolio,” listing Exchange Traded Funds.

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Active Alpha Portfolio Management: Appendix B

Active Alpha Portfolio Management: Appendix B

An appendix to article “An Alternative Way to Manage an Equity Portfolio” that offers a Table of Results.

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The Book Corner

Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management faculty members review the latest business books.

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