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Doug Tuggle Has Been Named Editor of The International Journal of Critical Studies in Organizational Learning.

March 23, 2012 by | Faculty

Francis D. (Doug) Tuggle, Ph.D., professor in Chapman’s Argyros School of Business and Economics, has been named editor of the prestigious international and interdisciplinary scholarly journal: The Learning Organization: The International Journal of Critical Studies in Organizational Learning. “The journal is about knowledge,” explains Dr Tuggle. “The theme of the journal is: to what extent

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IFREE/ESI Lecture Series Presents Max Krasnow, Ph.D.

March 23, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

Mar. 23rd, Max Krasnow, Ph.D. – Evolution of direct reciprocity under uncertainty can explain human generosity in one-shot encounters Abstract: Are humans too generous? The discovery that subjects choose to incur costs to allocate benefits to others in  anonymous, one-shot economic games has posed an unsolved challenge to models of economic and

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Dr. Bart Wilson Awarded 2012 Oliver E. Williamson Prize for Best Article in the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization

March 22, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

Congratulations Dr. Bart Wilson of the Economic Science Institute! The 2012 Oliver E. Williamson Prize for Best Article in the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization was awarded to Bart J. Wilson, Taylor Jaworski, Karl E. Schurter, and Andrew Smyth for their article entitled, “The Ecological and Civil Mainsprings of Property: An Experimental Economic History

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IFREE/ESI Lecture Series Presents Alex Brown, Ph.D.

March 16, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

Mar. 16th, Alex Brown, Ph.D. – Experimental Analysis of Envy-Free Auction Dr. Alex Brown, a guest of the IFREE/ESI Lecture SeriesAbstract: Economic concerns for equity have motivated game theorists to study envy-free mechanisms. Though not incentive compatible, these mechanisms implement in Nash equilibria efficient allocations at which no agent prefers the consumption of

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IFREE/ESI Lecture Series Presents Keith Murnighan, Ph.D.

March 9, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

Mar. 9th, Keith Murnighan, Ph.D. – On Greed – Watch Lecture Dr. Keith Murnighan, a guest of the IFREE/ESI Lecture SeriesAbstract: Greed is a central element in human existence. It is also frequently mentioned as a factor in many recent organizational and financial scandals. Thus, it was surprising to discover that empirical research on greed

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IFREE/ESI Lecture Series Presents: Jeff Smith, Ph.D. – “Remarks on Field Experiments in Labor Economics and the Economics of Education”

March 2, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

Mar. 2nd, Jeff Smith, Ph.D. – Remarks on Field Experiments in Labor Economics and the Economics of Education – Watch lecture Abstract: The talk will consider issues in field experiments in labor economics and the economics of education in the developed world. These issues include threats to internal and external validity, using experimental data to

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IFREE/ESI Lecture Series Presents: John Tooby, Ph.D. – “The Welfare Tradeoff Architecture, Cooperation, and Social Emotions”

February 24, 2012 by | Economic Science Institute

Feb. 24th, John Tooby, Ph.D. – The Welfare Tradeoff Architecture, Cooperation, and Social Emotions – For further reading please see: Formidability and the logic of human anger and The architecture of human kin detection. – Watch lecture Abstract: Individuals in social species continually face choices among alternatives that have different impacts on the welfares of

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