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  • The Role Of The United States In The Common Market 

    Kasperick, Joseph (1963-04-01)
    On June 12, 1934 with the passage of the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act, the United States of America undertook a new experiment in international relationships. Because of the great depression of the 1930s, world trade ...
  • An Analysis Of The Gold Crisis: Its Development And Proposed Remedies 

    Hurley, Michael (1963-04-01)
    The gold problem can only be understood in the light of history. Gold is the only universal form of money, and has been so for thousands of years. The scarcity of gold pushed mankind to develop the whole complex money ...
  • Theory Of Monopolistic Competition 

    Tam, Michael (1971-04-01)
    In the history of American economy, the complex mixture, confusion and separation of the ideas of competition and monopoly are always found. Although the two forces are two basic extremes according to the economic theory, ...
  • The Computer: A New Tool for the Accountant 

    Dahlberg, Maureen (1968-04-01)
    This paper is written to fulfill the total hours required for graduation and also to satisfy requirements for honors. Students of accounting and business especially those who possess little knowledge of computers will find ...
  • A Feasibility Study Of The Proposed Carroll College Pub 

    Petesch, Douglas (1972-04-01)
    With the passage of the nineteen year old amendment of the Montana State Constitution, It became feasible for the first time for colleges in the state of Montana to serve beer on campus. Mr. Charles Sullivan, newly elected ...
  • An Analysis of Female Executives: Focusing on Stress Management, Conflict Management, Decision Making, Goal Setting, & Communication, Including a Unique Research Instrument. 

    Priebe, Genevieve (2001-04-01)
    Differences between males and females have been sighted as “so obvious that all of us, even as small children, consider them basic to identifying both self and others” (Hall 1). Perhaps less considered is that the differences ...
  • Exploring the Beta Reaction of September 11, 2001 

    Ronan, Elizabeth (2005-04-01)
    The purpose of this research paper is to examine select stock betas before and after September 11, 2001 in an attempt to identify a perceived change in market risk. To achieve this aforementioned purpose, definitions of ...
  • An Examination Of The Stabilization Debate Supported By A Re-Evaluation Of The Phillips Curve Relationship 

    Kovarik, Thomas (1981-04-01)
    Stabilization policy has been a major area of economic debate for years. From the classical position of laissez faire, to the Keynesian notion of a "fine-tuned" economy, to the Phillips Curve's menu of choices between ...
  • A Discussion of the Progressive and Flat Income Taxes 

    Stark, Ashley (2006-04-01)
    "‘Tis true that governments cannot be supported without great charge, and it is fit [that] everyone who enjoys a share of protection should pay out of his estate his proportion of the maintenance of it" (Locke). Federal ...
  • A Discussion of the Utilities Industry and its Planning Process 

    Simcox, Jeffery (2007-04-01)
    Simply thorough reading the headlines of any major newspaper, it becomes clear that energy is constantly on the minds of the American people. The story may have to do with a regulation barrier that the utility industry is ...
  • The History Of Advertising 

    Rigler, Ludwig (1931-04-01)
    Since the time men lived in communities and competed for the necessities and luxuries of life, there has probably existed some form of advertising. This first period extends to 1450 A. D. when the modern process of printing ...
  • Law Of Negotiable Instruments 

    Moses, George (1932-04-01)
    DEFINITION. "An instrument is called negotiable when the legal title to the instrument itself, and the whole amount of money expressed upon its face, may be transferred from one to another by indorsement and delivered by ...
  • Accounting Reserves 

    Botch, Raymond (1933-04-01)
    The term "reserve" has been used in a variety of different senses and perfoms a variety of different duties. In this connection Gilman says, "the word reserve, as commonly employed , has no specific meaning. It may refer ...
  • The Effect of Taxation on Capital Formation According to American Industrial and Commercial Interests 

    Carlson, Oscar (1950-04-01)
    American business is now faced with one of the most difficult periods in its history. There are problems of reconstruction, and of reconverting plants and equipment converted to war-time production back to peacetime ...
  • National Mediation Board 

    Mac Lean, Neil (1950-04-01)
    The purpose of this paper Is to discuss, to the extent allowed by the limited material available, the functions and duties of the National Mediation Board. This little known agency of government has the vital job of ...
  • Profit Sharing: Key To Industrial Teamwork 

    Avellone, Harvey (1959-04-01)
    President Eisenhower counts among his favorite maxims, one which is reported to have been coined by another United States President, Woodrow Wilson: "The highest form of efficiency is provided by the spontaneous co-operation ...
  • The International Monetary Fund 

    Van Peteghem, Arnold (1957-04-01)
    This is a brief study of the International Monetary fund set up by an International Monetary Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, U.S.A., in 1944, shortly after the second World War. It was intended to regulate ...
  • Minimum Wage Policy In Puerto Rico 

    Gutierrez, Victor (1957-04-01)
    Puerto Rico today is at a crucial point in its history, It is at the crossroads, where with proper planning it can advance on the road toward economic independence. On the other hand, it can lose even the progress it has ...
  • The Tax Aspect Of Accelerated Depreciation 

    McInnis, John (1959-04-01)
    In order for one to understand or to undertake any study at the recent developments in accounting for depreciation, he oust first understand what constitutes depreciation of assets. Since there are so many different types ...
  • A Critical Analysis Of The Literature In The Carroll College Library In The Field Of Economics With Recommendations 

    Durkin, Daniel (1964-04-01)
    If a person were to ask a number of noted authorities what bocks in a specific field should be included in a college library, he would undoubtedly receive a multitude of answers. Therefore any attempt to analyze the contents ...

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