Alumni play a pivotal role at Disneyland, where innovators are always in demand
Teens from near and far fill annual Vernon L. Smith High School Workshop in Experimental Economics
New jobs, a boost in construction and growth in every sector will be the engines behind Orange County’s economic growth
Chapman University professor and 2002 Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences Vernon L. Smith, Ph.D., will deliver the annual Boehm-Bawerk-Lecture at the University of Innsbruck
New research suggests seniors might be the go-to workers for many skills needed in human communities, says Chapman University professor
It was a delight to watch American Pharoah fly across the finish line at Belmont. But what does the history-making moment mean for the horse racing industry?
Insecure people tend to post too-good-to-be-true profiles on the dating app Tinder. China’s air pollution contributes to air pollution along the Pacific west coast. Forty-six percent of the U.S. population believes an economic collapse will befall the country in 25 years. Women with more family support following childbirth are less likely to suffer postpartum depression.
Vernon L. Smith, Chapman University professor and winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize for economics, has been selected to receive the 2015 Julian L. Simon Memorial Award from the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI).
Experts from around the world will gather at Chapman University’s “Frozen Conflicts” Conference — the annual Global Citizens Conference presented by Chapman’s Center for Global Education — on Thursday, April 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference will examine longstanding global conflicts that have evolved into de facto “cold wars,” with both sides
How in the world does a film major get the idea that what people should buy is toilet paper made from bamboo? And then actually make it happen, selling 43,000 rolls in a year? For Mark Samuels ’06 it all began in Sumatra.