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The Digital Revolution: How APIs Transformed Apple, Google, and Amazon into the Titans of Today Faculty in Focus: Dr. Seth Benzell & Dr. Jonathan Hersh

March 8, 2024 by | Faculty

Digital platform businesses, like Apple, Google and Amazon, have become the most valuable companies on the planet. To understand why, we conducted research on a technology that has made this business technology possible: Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs. Our research shows that the adopters of public APIs grew 38% relative to non-adopters over a period

Autism in the Workplace with Dr. Amy Hurley-Hanson & Dr. Cristina Giannantonio Autism in the Workplace: Creating Positive Outcomes for Generation A

February 9, 2024 by | Faculty

It has been estimated that worldwide, there are over 75 million people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In the United States, it is estimated that there are 5.6 million adults with autism. During the current decade, 707,000 to 1,116,000 youth with autism in the United States will enter adulthood. Hurley-Hanson, Giannantonio, and Griffiths introduced the

Social Media Engagement for Global Influencers with Dr. Cristina Nistor Exploring How Consumers Engage with Influencers

January 4, 2024 by | Faculty

Influencer marketing is being used more and more as brands attempt to engage consumers across the world. Social media influencers create organic and sponsored content that attempts to persuade their followers about brands and products. Consumers engage with content creators on platforms like Instagram, TikTok and YouTube and create a vast ecosystem of organic and sponsored

“Pay-What-You-Want” (PWYW) Pricing with Moonsik Shin, Ph.D. Exploring the Intriguing Dynamics of PWYW Pricing and Its Impact in the Business World

November 29, 2023 by | Faculty

In recent years, a new business model called “pay-what-you-want” (PWYW) pricing has emerged. With this model, a business offers its product or service to customers with the freedom to choose any price, including zero, with the expectation that a sufficient number of customers will voluntarily pay enough to generate a profit. A prominent example of

Faculty Spotlight: Cristina Giannantonio, Ph.D. and Amy Hurley-Hanson, Ph.D. World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd

April 1, 2022 by | Faculty

Professors Cristina Giannantionio, Ph.D. and Amy Hurley-Hanson, Ph.D. have taught courses in management at the Argyros School for over 25 years. Something people may not know about Professor Giannantionio and Professor Hurley-Hanson is their important research about autism in the workplace. The Argyros School recognizes World Autism Awareness Day this April 2nd by highlighting some

Faculty Spotlight: Lacy Willis ’05, JD ’19, CPA, CVA, CFE Celebrating International Women's Month!

March 8, 2022 by | Alumni

Professor Lacy Willis has over ten years of experience in public accounting at a large local accounting firm in Orange County, CA. During that time, she assisted privately held companies, government entities, and not-for-profit entities in various functions including financial reporting, bookkeeping, preparation of audits, reviews and compilations, tax preparation, management advisory and forensic accounting

Hank Adler Receives National Attention Following Wall Street Journal Publication Proposed California Wealth Tax Will Chase Businesses and Individuals From the State

January 20, 2021 by | Argyros School News

Argyros School Associate Professor Hank Adler is receiving national attention for a recent article he had published in the Wall Street Journal. An expert in individual and corporate taxes and a twenty year partner at Deloitte & Touche, Professor Adler’s article examines the consequences from a wealth tax proposed by the state of California. The

Chapman University’s Jake Aguas Publishes Management Textbook "Megatrends: The Transformative Forces Reshaping the United States" already adopted for use by multiple universities

September 9, 2020 by | Argyros School News

Congratulations to Jake Aguas, Chapman University Lecturer, on the publication of his textbook Megatrends: The Transformative Forces Reshaping the United States. The book, from Kendall Hunt Publishing, has already been adopted by a number of universities for use in their management and/or human resource management courses. The overview of the textbook is the following The world

Niklas Myhr, Ph.D. returns to Monaco as part of Monaco Digital Advisory Council Council Introduced over 30 Initiatives in First Year, Including Nationwide 5G Coverage

February 18, 2020 by | Argyros School News

Year two of the Monaco Digital Advisory Council (MDAC) kicked off in late 2019 when Professor Niklas Myhr again traveled to Monaco for the Council’s yearly in-person meetings. The key focus of the session was how digital technology can help to open a new chapter of economic prosperity for Monaco. Council members work to determine

President Emeritus Jim Doti Joins Real Estate Firm Board of Advisors Argyros School Professor Appointed to RevOZ Capital Board of Directors

February 13, 2020 by | Argyros School News

Feb. 12, 2020 – Chapman University President Emeritus and Argyros School Professor Jim Doti, Ph.D. was announced as a member of the board of advisors of RevOZ Capital. RevOZ is a leading real estate investment firm specializing in Opportunity Zones. Dr. Doti joins eight others on the board, a diverse and highly engaged group of experts

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