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Business Theses and Dissertations

Business Theses and Dissertations

 

This is a collection of theses from the School of Business at the University of Bridgeport. Not all items in this collection are available to the public as these items are a mixture of theses submitted to us for open access distribution and legacy theses being archived as Digitized Shelf Copies for campus access to current students and staff only.

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  • Kothari, Navaratna M. (1973-05)
    A manufacturing shop making different parts requires processing of these parts on various machines (or work centers) for various lengths of time in certain predetermined sequence for each type of these parts. This paper ...
  • Koschier, Angelo V. (1972)
    This paper investigates the current situation of Austria's nationalized steel industry. It begins with a brief history of steel production in Austria, and the importance of the steel industry to the country is shown. It ...
  • Kavulich, John J. (1970-02)
    There exists a need in credit unions for better control of credit union assets. Credit unions lack this control because of inefficiency and poor accounting procedures. Here we present accounting procedures for control of ...
  • Krayeske, William A. (1973)
    A company's Annual Report is one of its most important for telling the public about itself. However, over the past few years, there has been much controversy regarding the usefulness of the Annual Report. By looking at the ...
  • Kashuk, Gerald A. (1975-06)
    This paper was undertaken with the intent of exercising some of the skills acquired at the University of Bridgeport, both in the graduate and undergraduate division. In order to make a determination as to the future direction ...
  • Kleffman, Edgar F. (1973)
    This thesis attempts to assign the responsibility for budgetary control to operating management rather than to the budget and accounting staff. This paper demonstrates that effective budgetary control can only be implemented ...
  • Kolesar, James S. (1974)
    In this study some of the elements comprising employee job satisfaction are reviewed with special emphasis upon supervisory style. Specific factors are isolated and tested in the hope that their influence upon job satisfaction ...
  • Krischel, Juana A. (1977)
    This inquiry focused on the forces in the environment of the accounting profession that influence its practices, the promulgation and enforcement of the generally accepted accounting principles, and the accountability of ...
  • Krevit, Jerome E. (1977)
    Advantageous tax treatment for private retirement plans has been described as the quintessential tax shelter. Such tax treatment was not uniformly available to different taxpayer groups. The Pension Reform Act made ...
  • Jones, Richard J. Jr. (1967)
    Management by Objectives evolved from the previously employed management techniques to meet the needs of contemporary management in our highly complex technological and economic environment. This thesis deals with the ...

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