Deep Insights for Turbulent Times

In their search for new knowledge, Haas School professors go far beyond merely describing a management or business problem and its resolution. As members of a premier research university, Haas scholars seek the deeper answers to why things happen the way they do. They develop theoretical explanations in order to understand and predict future occurrences. These are among the tools that eventually help executives navigate confidently through even the most turbulent, changing times. In fact, several Haas professors were key voices predicting and analyzing the recent economic turbulence.

  • Professor Nancy Wallace‘s research served as an early warning, determining that Wall Street banks and bond-rating agencies were underestimating the risk of many new mortgage- and asset-backed securities.
  • Ken Rosen has also been a key voice in the analysis of the real estate meltdown.

A Roster of Leaders

In addition to frequently contributing to top industry journals and periodicals, faculty members are authors of widely used textbooks in marketing, economics, and management. Haas faculty members also continue to garner academic and industry recognition as leaders in their fields.

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More than 50 Years of Great Ideas
The California Management Review (CMR), published by the Haas School, is one of the leading management journals of its kind, serving as a nexus between those who study management and those who practice it. CMR, which celebrated its 50th year in 2007, publishes research-based articles that address issues of current concern to managers.