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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

“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 Publications Recent Argyros School Faculty Publications

October 2, 2018 by | Argyros School News

The Argyros School of Business and Economics Faculty create research on topics impacting businesses big and small around the globe. These studies, articles and papers are consistently found in the leading business journals and publications. We are extremely proud of the contributions. We had 93 papers published or accepted in the academic year 2017 –

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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