Business + Economics

  • A UCSB scholar traces tea’s journey across the globe as a commodity and a tool of the British Empire
  • UCSB researcher finds black children twice as likely as white children to receive corporal punishment in school
  • UCSB researcher finds that female entrepreneurs suffered bias in financing during Great Recession
  • UCSB professor and founder of pharmaceutical economics is honored for his contributions to the field
  • Family leave policies spur women’s entrepreneurial activities, says UCSB sociologist
  • A UCSB professor’s personal experience with issues of immigration shapes her academic passions