Harry and Elsa Kunin Chair in Business and Society; Professor of Strategy
Marvin Lieberman joined UCLA Anderson in 1990 from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. His teaching and research interests are in the areas of competitive strategy, industrial economics and operations management. He was early in his life fascinated by the economics of competition, including in the realm of entrepreneurship and business startups. His research now focuses on issues related to market entry and productivity, broadly defined.
Sunk Costs Work as Barrier to Exit
Firms endure losses in hopes of a turnaround
Sharing Economy Platforms: Who Gets the Value Created?
Airbnb hosts seem to prosper more than Uber drivers
How Established Firms Get Disrupted by Allies
Suppliers, distributers, product extenders go from helper to competitor
A Broader Measure of Value Creation at Corporations
A tool in the debate over shareholder primacy and wealth disparities
Kidney Transplant Outcomes Suffer at Clinics That Add Liver Transplants
Younger-patient mortality rate nearly triples, 20 years of data indicate
How to Spur Capital Spending: Plan for Failure
Companies might invest more in new ventures if they could see in advance how to redeploy the assets if things don’t pan out