When Compassion Creates Suffering Business School Professor Presents “Compassion Competence as a Social Dilemma” at the Strategic Management Society Conference

November 24, 2015 by | Faculty

“In light of the horrific tragedy in Paris, we need to understand how compassion could cause “more harm” to those affected,” said Darcy Fudge Kamal, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at the Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University. Kamal speaks from knowledge as a result of her current research and recent

Should the United States Break Up the Big Banks? Argyros School Professor Joins the Discussion at U.C. Berkeley

November 19, 2015 by | Faculty

This past Wednesday, November 18, 2015, Clas Wihlborg, Ph.D., Professor at the Argyros School, participated in “Debate: The United States Should Break Up the Big Banks,” at the University of Berkeley, California, which focused on the importance and probable risks of the American economy’s largest financial institutions. During the debate, Professor Wihlborg took a negative stance

Five Simple Things All Young Professionals Should Know

November 18, 2015 by | Career Tips

As up-and-coming business men and women, we all need to be well prepared for the business world. Knowing how to dress and act are seemingly straightforward but everyone should know what is appropriate so that you make positive first impressions. Understand the difference between business professional and business casual. First impressions are a vital part

Celebrate National Philanthropy Month with the Argyros School

November 16, 2015 by | Philanthropy

The Argyros School of Business and Economics is truly grateful for having exceptional students, faculty and staff that devote their time, effort and commitment in making the Argyros School the best that it can be not only in the state of California but also the country. Along with the exceptional students, faculty and staff we

The Hot-Hand Debate Comes to Chapman

November 11, 2015 by | Economic Science Institute

For years, researchers have tried to prove whether or not the hot hand fallacy really exists. Some gamblers have claimed that they believe in the hot hand fallacy, as many said that when they get a hot hand, they’re more likely to go on a winning streak. And although some NBA basketball players believe when

Alumni Spotlight: MBA Alumnus Opens a Global Goods Store on Melrose Dhia Rabiai, MBA ’14, brings artisan goods to a Los Angeles store

November 2, 2015 by | Alumni

Argyros School alumni have taken their place as leaders in all sectors of society. Whether they are working in government, corporate America, the non-profit arena or have started their own business. In this Alumni Spotlight, we highlight Dhia Rabiai, MBA ’14. Rabiai was recently highlighted in the Los Angeles Times for his entrepreneurial sprit in

How to take an MBA course in Prague at AAU

October 29, 2015 by | Graduate & MBA

As a former student in the MBA program here at Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business & Economics, I can tell you that the ability to craft my own study abroad experience was one of the highlights of my two years here at Chapman. I encourage current and future students to take advantage of the partnership

Career Spotlight: Argyros School Student at Microsoft Jessie Dart Lands a Finance Internship in Seattle

October 16, 2015 by | Argyros School Career Center

This Career Story Spotlight is brought to you by Argyros School Career Associate, Madelyn Choy, Business Administration – Class of 2018.  In the story below, Madelyn gives us a summary of her conversation with Jessie Dart, Business Administration – Class of 2016, and her experience as an intern at Microsoft this summer. Interested in having