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How to select the best financial advisor

July 15, 2013 by Argyros School of Business and Economics | Faculty

By FADEL N. LAWANDY / CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY FACULTY It is often argued that having a great money manager is as critical as having a great family doctor. While the family doctor works to insures one’s physical health, the money manager works to insure one’s financial health. Yet there are three factors that the average consumer

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Argyros Student Profile – Jun Lee – Chapman MBA

July 10, 2013 by | Graduate & MBA

This blog regularly profiles students at the Argyros School of Business and Economics. This week, we talk to Jun Lee, who will graduate from Chapman’s Full Time MBA program in 2014. Name: A: JUN YONG LEE Graduating Year: A: 2014 Program here at the Argyros School of Business and Economics (ASBE): A: Full Time MBA

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How Do Societies Avoid Collapse?

June 10, 2013 by | Economic Science Institute

How Do Societies Avoid Collapse? Featured on The Property and Environment Research Center Blog, Friday, June 7, 2013 Economic research has long been subject to the same pitfall: it lacks a laboratory in which to carry out simple experiments. Unlike sciences such as physics or chemistry, economic data are messy, imperfectly measured, and affected by

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IFREE/ESI Lecture Series Presents, “The Egoism and Altruism of Intergenerational Behavior” with Dr. Kimberly Wade-Benzoni

May 14, 2013 by | Economic Science Institute

May 10, Kimberly Wade-Benzoni, Ph.D. – The Egoism and Altruism of Intergenerational Behavior Abstract: Some of the most important issues in society today affect more than one generation of people. In this article, the authors offer a conceptual overview and integration of the research on intergenerational dilemmas—decisions that entail a tradeoff between one’s own self-interest

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