Rama Malladi and his team received a grant to conduct research on the cannabis industry

Written on 22 February 2021.


California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) received a $1,866,311 grant from the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) to conduct research related to the economic and social impact of the cannabis industry on the South Bay Los Angeles area. The funding is part of close to $30 million in research grants awarded to public universities across the state by the bureau.

Rama Malladi, EDHEC PhD (2016) Associate Professor of Finance at CSUDH, will represent the College of Business Administration and Public Policy (CBAPP) by conducting a comprehensive economic impact analysis of Prop. 64 on the South Bay by ethnic group, which will include research on job creation, cannabis revenue, taxes generation and evasion, and legal and illicit market prices.

More information at https://news.csudh.edu/cannabis-industry-research/

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