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New App Helps Businesses Navigate Biden’s Tariffs on China

May 23, 2024

A new application developed by Kyle Handley, associate professor of economics at the University of California San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS), allows users to see what products will be impacted the most from the recent tariffs the Biden administration will introduce on items imported from China. It also shows whether the same good could be imported from another source country at a cheaper price.

UC San Diego Professors Join Prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences

May 2, 2024

Two UC San Diego faculty members have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences: Stephan Haggard, Distinguished Research Professor of political science in UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy, and Kenneth Intriligator, Distinguished Professor of physics.

Science has an AI problem. This group says they can fix it.

May 2, 2024

AI holds the potential to help doctors find early markers of disease and accelerate research on other important scientific advances. But a growing body of evidence has revealed deep flaws in how machine learning is used in science, a problem that has swept through dozens of fields and implicated thousands of erroneous papers.

Foreign-Born Doctors Help Serve Rural and Low-Income Communities

April 25, 2024

Although about 20% of the United States population live in rural areas, only 11% of physicians practice in these locations. New research from the University of California San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy shows that relaxed visa requirements enable more foreign-trained doctors to practice in remote and low-income areas, without reducing employment of U.S.-trained doctors.

How Climate Change Will Impact Food Production and Financial Institutions

April 8, 2024

Researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy have developed a new method to predict the financial impacts climate change will have on agriculture, which can help support food security and financial stability for countries.

All-Cash Home Buyers Pay 10% Less than Mortgage Buyers

April 2, 2024

Owning a home has long been considered a crucial way to build wealth, but making such a purchase has become increasingly difficult for many residents.

Closing Gender Gaps in Career Advancement

March 21, 2024

Despite broad progress toward achieving equity in the workplace and educational achievement, data shows women still ascend the corporate ladder slower than their male peers and lag behind men in salary earnings.


November 2, 2023

Jesse Driscoll, co-author of Ukraine’s Unnamed War and professor of political science at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy, offers insight into the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Foreign Relations

November 2, 2023

Victor C. Shih, GPS professor and author of Coalitions of the Weak: Elite Politics in China from Mao’s Stratagem to the Rise of Xi, discusses the U.S.-China relationship and his plans as the newly appointed director of the 21st Century China Center.

Rady School Leverages AI to Prepare Next Generation of Business Data Scientists

October 10, 2023

The Rady School of Management is preparing its next class of graduates to address the impact of generative AI tools by integrating them into the full-time and part-time Masters in Business Analytics (MSBA) degree programs.
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