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Alain Enthoven

Marriner S. Eccles Professor of Public and Private Management, Emeritus Research interests: Financing and delivery of health care in the United States and other industrialized nations; cost-benefit decisions in health care Email: enthoven@stanford.edu Phone:(650) 723-0641 Address: Graduate School of Business 222 Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305 Website: http://fsi.stanford.edu/people/alaincenthoven/

Jennifer Aaker

General Atlantic Professor of Marketing; Ormond Family Faculty Research interests: Time, money and happiness; emotions and health; culture and global brands; psychology of giving Email: aaker_jennifer@gsb.stanford.edu Phone: (650) 724-4440 Address: Graduate School of Business Stanford University 518 Memorial Way Stanford, CA 94305 Website: http://faculty-gsb.stanford.edu/aaker/

Expert Consensus on Brain Health

There is no greater concern among aging people than the prospect of diminished capacity and the loss of independence. The potential loss of mental abilities may be the most worrisome of all. As we age, even relatively benign losses associated with normal aging, like forgetting where you put something or having a word on the […]

Investigating Vulnerability and Reporting Behavior for Consumer Fraud Victimization : Opportunity as a Social Aspect of Age

Authors: Judy Van Wyk (University of Rhode Island) & Karen A. Mason (Washington State University) Publication: Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Year: 2001 Focus Area: Profile, Aging, Decision-making Relevance: Successfully arming people against fraud victimization requires understanding not only who is victimized, but why they are vulnerable. Summary: This study analyzes the connection between fraud […]

Panel debates Washington debt battle

The May 3 panel on the current budget battle in Washington brought together political journalists and Stanford faculty at Cubberley Auditorium to discuss the merits of the Ryan and Obama budget plans, as well as the challenges in coming to a bipartisan solution to the growing deficit. The event featured speakers David Leonhardt, economics correspondent for The […]