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WALL STREET JOURNAL: How to Stay Mentally Sharp Into Your 80s and Beyond
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NEW YORK TIMES: What Are We So Afraid Of? Here’s the Expert to Ask. Christopher Bader studies Americans’ prevailing fears. If you guessed “clowns,” you’re not entirely wrong.
Economist Mark Skousen, Ph.D., was recently named a Presidential Fellow at Chapman University.
AUSTRIAN CENTER: The Economics of Life Made Simple Mark Skousen
Asia-Pacific Geoeconomics and Business Initiative Director Robert Koepp, left, appears on television.
New Asia-Pacific Initiative Offers Unique Take on Hotbed Region
Vernon Smith and Mark Skousen.
Nobel Winner Vernon Smith Honored with First Doti-Spogli Award
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Scholars Represent Chapman at Prestigious Economics Conference
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SPECTRUM NEWS1: Orange County adds jobs, but unemployment rate sees small slip
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What Makes a City Recession-Resistant? A Good Neighbor A study confirms Chapman University’s economic impact could stabilize its hometown of Orange and lessen the predicted recession’s punch.
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$2.2 Million Grant to Fund Project on Social and Moral Facets of Markets
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Raymond Sfeir, Ph.D. Named New Director of Anderson Center for Economic Research
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President Doti’s study on colleges at risk of failing published in Chronicle of Higher Education

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