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UCLA Anderson Introduces New Online Journal

UCLA Anderson Online Journal

UCLA’s Anderson School of Management recently debuted the UCLA Anderson Review, an online journal that features the research from its faculty. The journal will showcase the vast business and economic research that the UCLA faculty spearheads.

“The faculty of Anderson (School of Management) is doing cutting-edge research that can have an important impact and elevate national discussion on crucial issues, and so the review is a way to put spotlight on that,” Rebecca Trounson, Director of Executive and Brand Communications, said.

The publication is written and assembled by Anderson’s Marketing and Communications department and a team of freelance writers.

“Our writers are top journalists from places like the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and they are very sufficient to understand these research papers and explain them in an acceptable way for a wide audience,” Trounson said.

UCLA Anderson Dean Judy Olian expressed her own enthusiasm about the journal’s debut.

“A key priority for all of us at Anderson is to showcase the impact of our faculty’s wide-ranging research, and make it accessible to students, alumni, business professionals, the media and others. We are please to share the inaugural edition of the UCLA Anderson Review, offering important and practical insights derived from the rigorous scholarship of our faculty,” Olian said in a recent release.

As of now, the review is publishing two articles per week that feature topics like retirement savings, healthcare, and workplace behavior.

UCLA Anderson Review Editor-in-Chief Jeff Bailey meets with both the faculty and the writers to determine what content will be included each week. Bailey does some preliminary investigating to learn what faculty members are working on, and then meets with them to find out more about their research.

The review’s articles can be found on their website, or readers can subscribe to the journal to receive monthly emails that include new articles.

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