IoES introduces a new undergraduate course for spring quarter with a focus on entrepreneurship and finance
UCLA study says careful planning needed to avoid unintended harm
Scholars and policy specialists from the U.S. and Canada convened at UCLA on March 31 for a symposium about the benefits and challenges involved in the linkage of California and Quebec‘s cap and trade programs.
IoES and Anderson School of Management Professor Magali Delmas is the recipient of this inaugural honor.
Magali Delmas, professor of management at the IoES, is the lead author of a study featured in the Summer 2013 edition of the MIT Sloan Management Review.
The Harvard Business Review published an op-ed by Matthew Kahn, a professor at the IoES with joint appointments in economics and public policy.
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America published a paper co-authored by IoES Professor Matthew Kahn, an environmental economist.
The Institute’s Corporate Partners Program, in collaboration with the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Fink Center for Finance & Investments, hosted a symposium on the economics of environmental corporate practices on Jan. 16 at Korn Convocation Hall.
Charles Corbett, professor of operations and environmental management at the Anderson School of Management and IoES, was quoted in a New Zealand Herald article about the eco-labeling of consumer goods.
A new study co-authored by IoES Professor Matthew Kahn examines whether homes fitted with Energy Star and other green-rated technologies tend to sell for higher prices.
IoES Professor Matthew Kahn, who holds joint appointments in economics and public policy, was quoted in a New Jersey Independent Press article about measuring the impact of “green” home improvements.
An LA Times Op-Ed opined that the company gets that a smaller carbon footprint is good for business.
A National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) study by IoES Professor Matt Kahn.
Deloitte & Touche, the largest professional services organization in the world, and UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability welcomed more than 20 corporate executives to a co-sponsored forum on sustainability on March 14, 2011 at the UCLA Faculty Center.
Clean Innovation Conference at UCLA helps business students grow their green start-ups.
Corporations, non-profits, local government, and the UCLA community converge on Covel Commons to discuss business solutions to environmental problems.