Today business schools are under growing pressure to engage in significant reforms due to globalization, rising tuitions, and unprecedented economic uncertainty.
SCCO International in association with Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and the Graziadio Business Review presents the 2nd annual report of CEO Performance of 100 of Southern California’s Largest Companies.
Darrol J. Stanley, DBA revisits his 2008 article “Top 10 U.S. Economic Issues to Monitor” with new insights on key economic, social, and political issues.
The U.S. economy is finally showing signs of life, but the forecast for the next few years is slow economic growth.
A panel of six Pepperdine faculty from the Graziadio School and the School of Public Policy discuss the global economy, which is at a “historic juncture.”
The labor market recovery is more uncertain than past rebounds because government deficit reduction programs will lead to layoffs and dampen future employment growth.
Graziadio faculty panelists debate issues surrounding global currency imbalances and the future of the currency system.
Carl Schramm, President and CEO of the Kauffman Foundation, discusses his concept of expeditionary economics in this video interview.
The Book Corner offers reviews by Graziadio School faculty on a variety of books on business topics.
Minimum resale price maintenance (RPM) is not “price fixing,” and can benefit companies and consumers if fully informed and strategically employed.
An appendix to article “An Alternative Way to Manage an Equity Portfolio” that offers a Table of Results.
On Tuesday, September 30, 2008, members of the Graziadio School community came together from New York to Los Angeles on a conference call to hear about America’s financial crisis from a distinguished panel of professors.
California businesses are scrambling to prepare for new regulatory requirements and increased consumer interest in “going green.”
This article also estimates what portion of the Dow is economically driven and what portion is not explained by economic forces.
This article attempts to address the timely relationship between politics and stock market behavior.
When currency exchange rates change, knowing how a weaker American dollar is likely to affect your business may save some critical mistakes.
Deflation has become a hot topic for the first time since the 1930s when the economies of the world faced global deflation.
Managers must prepare practical, relevant business plans and strategic initiatives to deal with falling prices in the U.S. economy if they occur.
Conservation, or lowering demand, really is important in avoiding the potential for price manipulation.