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Experimental Economics, Accounting and Society: A Conference in Memory of John Dickhaut

January 22, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

January 13th through January 14th, the Economic Science Institute hosted “Experimental Economics, Accounting and Society: A Conference in Memory of John Dickhaut” at the Sandhu Conference Center of Chapman University. The conference focused on four areas that interested John during his career: Accounting and Society, Methodology in Experimental Economics, Neuroeconomics, and Trust and Reciprocity. Nobel

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Day 2 – Churrascaria

January 19, 2012 by | Student Voice

Each day our students will blog about some of their experiences on the Brazil Travel Course.  Our entry for Wednesday, 1/18 comes from Mindie Te. How could one come to Brazil without trying Brazilian BBQ – Churrascaria ?  The adventurous bunch took up the tour guide’s recommendation and went to Vento Haragano . 

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Day 3 of WDWS

January 19, 2012 by | Travel Courses

Each day our students will blog about some of their experiences in New York City.  Our entry for Wednesday 1/18/2012 comes from Jai Cheema and Miriam Allred. Alarm goes off at 8:00am. SNOOZE! Ten minutes later it goes off again, and this time we get up and get ready. Our first visit was

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Brazil Travel Course 2012: Day 1 – Arrival

January 18, 2012 by | Student Voice

Each day our students will blog about some of their experiences on the Brazil Travel Course.  Our first entry comes from Ashley Schainuck. Finally getting off the plane, I was very excited to get into Brazil.  Lost and a little confused in the Portuguese-speaking country, I tried to use my Spanish to get me around

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Day 1 – Arrival

January 18, 2012 by | Student Voice

Each day our students will blog about some of their experiences on the Brazil Travel Course.  Our first entry comes from Ashley Schainuck. Finally getting off the plane, I was very excited to get into Brazil.  Lost and a little confused in the Portuguese-speaking country, I tried to use my Spanish to get me around

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Day 2 of WDWS

January 18, 2012 by | Travel Courses

Each day our students will blog about some of their experiences in New York City.  Our second entry for Tuesday, 1/17/2012 comes from Darren Smith, Thomas Haggerty, Ben Plotke, & Alex Pirro.   Today we met up at around 7:30am to walk over to Bloomberg’s New York headquarters, which were just

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Day 1 of WDWS 2012

January 17, 2012 by | Events

Each day our students will blog about some of their experiences in New York City.  Our first entry comes from Ryan Robinson, Matt Feldman, Harrison Maizels, and Alex Yu. This morning we got up around 10:00am and headed down to the World Trade Center Memorial to meet up with Matt’s dad, Jeff, for the

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2012 Visiting Graduate Student Workshop in Experimental Economics

January 14, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

Jan. 8th-12th the Economic Science Institute, with a generous grant from the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE), hosted 26 Doctoral students from universities all over the world for the Seventeenth Visiting Graduate Student Workshop in Experimental Economics. Presentations from Professors Sarah Brosnan, Terence Burnham, Stephen Gjerstad, Daniel Kovenock, Kevin McCabe, Timothy Shields,

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Here we go!

January 12, 2012 by | Argyros School News

The final challenge is over before we get to NY: The Midterm! Sunday morning we leave for New York. On our schedule this year are visits to: Bloomberg, AllianceBernstein, Bank of America, Citibank, NY Fed, NYSE, NASDAQ Opening Bell at the Marketsite, seminars on Investment Banking at the Stern School at NYU and meetings with

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An Introduction to the Brazil Travel Course at Chapman University

January 6, 2012 by | Graduate & MBA

Hi Students, Parents and Faculty, (Our MBA students & faculty during the 2011 Brazil Travel Course, posing for a group during a corporate visit to Petrobras) Welcome!  This is a blog dedicated to Building Cross Cultural Competencies, an Interterm Travel Course to Brazil offered at the graduate (as BUS 686) and undergraduate (as BUS 486)