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  • De Libro, Warren A. (1969-01)
    Wage Incentives are a short-range solution which management has naively applied to long-range problems. The use of wage incentives should be abolished in favor of less troublesome, more effective means of fostering motivation ...
  • Flesher, Brian A. (1968)
    In relation to accounting research and development is an area of many unique aspects and challenges. The primary objective of research and development is creativity and it is essential to provide an environment which is ...
  • Patterson, Elbert C. (1976)
    This study traced the change in attitude toward alcoholism from one of "moral weakness" to a recognized "disease" by both industry and society. Empirical research conducted for this study indicates that reduction or ...
  • Baum, Arthur H. (1971)
    The apparel industry, measured by dollar sales, employment or geographical distribution represents an important part of the United States' economy. Modern marketing techniques, even among leadership companies are not evident ...
  • Goudreau, Gerard P. (1972)
    This paper details the analysis of wage structure in the steel industry and the affect that unionization has had on wages and wage differentials over the years. Numerous writers have analyzed labor unions in relation to ...
  • Hamill, William J. (1976)
    Non-price promotions are effective vehicles for aiding the overall corporate advertising program. The author examines three different kinds of non-price promotions isolating the essential elements determining their ...
  • Bustamante, Francisco Alberto (1971)
    The main objective of this work is to demonstrate that the Andean Common Market actually constitutes the best tool available for the member countries in order to raise their rate of growth above those rates that would be, ...
  • Addona, George E. (1965-04-15)
    During the past decade, sweeping changes have taken place on the industrial scene ... new concepts, techniques, principles of performance and sharp new tools of implementation have come to the fore. Modern systematization ...
  • Gordon, Stuart M. (1979)
    The subject of the auditing manager in an electronic data processing environment is broad in nature, and involves auditing systems, control systems, and fraud systems. The auditing manager must extend his scope of knowledge ...
  • Abbott, Clifford J. (1972)
    Clerical functions required of administrative personnel are time consuming and delay the clerks from their other more important functions. In this thesis, I have outlined some of the departments manual duties and how systems ...
  • Hanley, John J. (1975)
    Every DP system should be examined to insure that it has adequate controls and balancing procedures. Controls for a DP system include controls related to both the internal and external environment. Balancing procedures ...
  • Williamson, John D. (1976)
    This thesis examines the budgetary cost control system through examination of an existing system used by a major manufacturer. Evaluation criteria for budgetary cost control systems are developed. The current system is ...
  • Albertoli, Armand B. (1966)
    The purpose of this study was to determine if the nature of the product could be a helpful factor in controlling personal selling costs. This study indicates that a product's consumer or industrial good classification could ...
  • Palmer, George J. (1977)
    Many manufacturers enter into cooperative agreements with retailers to share in some proportion the expenses related to the advertisement or special featuring of the manufacturers product. The offering of cooperative ...
  • Gustaitis, Brian L. (1977)
    In the past two decades, statistics have shown a growing trend toward the use of independent brokers as sales vehicles in the food industry. One of the most arguments against using food brokers is the manufacturer's lack ...
  • Shukla, Vinod S. (1975)
    This paper presents the reasons for the inclusion of the meaning of the cost of capital, cost of long-term debt, preferred stock, common stock, retained earnings and depreciation fund, composite cost of capital, and leverage. ...
  • Finerty, Michael J. (1980)
    This thesis is a credit approach to bank analysis. It is designed to give a creditor a set of quantitative criteria in order to evaluate a bank for credit purposes. Using this approach, a financial manager can measure the ...
  • Ghosh, Suvir (1971)
    This paper is a critical appraisal of the criteria that govern a capital investment plan under varying economic conditions, with emphasis on developed and emerging economies of the U.S.A. and India respectively. Findings ...
  • Gandhi, Bharatkumar M. (1970)
    The underlying thesis concerns the reasons for inclusion of cash flow in capital budgeting, cash flow analysis, appraising equipment replacement proposals, some implications of uncertainty and modern analytical techniques ...
  • Semmeche, Kamel (1990-02-14)
    Since the eruption of the debt crisis in 1982, many countries and their creditors have been exploring new approaches and solutions in an effort to find a way out of the debt problem. Some of these approaches call for ...

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