Marshall and Leventhal faculty were quoted in regional and national media as expert sources in the month of November 2021:
Greys Sošić was quoted in LA.dot on VC cleantech investments and on sustainable fashion. She was also featured on Peggy Smeddly’s podcast, discussing supply chain challenges.
Shon Hiatt was quoted in the Los Angeles Business Journal on the growth of CleanTech jobs in los Angeles.
Hiatt on solar energy for Voice of America.
Hiatt is quoted in the Los Angeles Times about how changes in regulations for sports fishing boats may alter that industry. (Nov. 19, 2021)
The Los Angeles Times quoted C. Kerry Fields about a last minute bankruptcy filing blocking the auctioning of a mega-mansion.
Gregg Nahass (with co-researchers) wrote an article about how corporate leaders can avoid value-destroying M&A deals, for a PwC in-house publication.
Nick Vyas is quoted in The Times-Herald about ongoing supply chain delays.
Vyas is quoted on supply chain issues by Al Jazeera.
Vyas on supply chain in Cal Matters and The Times Herald. (Nov. 9, 2021)
Vyas is quoted by LA Times columnist George Skelton on supply chain issues behind higher gasoline prices. (Nov. 18, 2021)
Kristen Jaconi was quoted about the role of satellites in risk management in Leaders Edge. (Nov. 1, 2021)
Theresa Welbourne of the Center for Effective Organizations (CEO) wrote an opinion piece for HR publication TLNT (Nov. 2, 2021)
Davide Proserpio was quoted in NBC News about how AirB&B might be hurting migrants even as it tries to help them. (Nov. 5, 2021)
Greg Kling talked to Marketplace on the tax implications of inflation. (Nov. 11, 2021)
David Hirshleifer gives an online lecture outlining his research into the cultural evolution of risk taking by companies for the Faculti website.
Lars Perner told the Tampa Bay Times why this Black Friday might look different from previous years—and with good reason. (Nov. 16, 2021)
Eric Anicich, with co-researchers, wrote a piece for Harvard Business Review about how feelings of authority fluctuate throughout the workday. (Nov. 19, 2021)