Business Administration College: Masters of Business Administration Special Projects Papers 1961-1983
Archives 187

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Title
Business Administration College: Masters of Business Administration Special Projects Papers
ID
Archives 187
Date [inclusive]
1961-1983
General Physical Description note
approximate 57 items  1.5 linear feet  2 containers
Abstract
Includes papers prepared by candidates as partial fulfillment of the requirements for masters degrees.

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Organizational Background:

The Special Project Papers of the College of Business Administration are papers prepared by candidates as partial fullfillment of the requirements for masters degrees. Each special paper is based on independent study and research in accounting, finance, management. marketing, or quantitative methods. For more Masters of Business Administration Special Project Papers see: Archives 34 and Archives 63.

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Arrangement note

All papers are ordered in one alphabetical sequence based on the names of the authors.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

The Collection is open for research use.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The Masters of Business Administration Special Project Papers were transfered to the University Archives, Washington State University, in October of 1984 (UA84-39).

Processing Information note

The collection was processed in May of 1965 by Barbara Kovarik Gahl.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Washington State University. College of Business Administration--Archives
  • Washington State University. Master of Business Administration Program--Archives
  • Washington State University. Master of Business Administration Program--Research

Subject(s)

  • Accounting--Research
  • Business, Industry, and Labor
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Economics--Research
  • Finance--Research
  • Management--Research
  • Marketing research
  • Master of business administration degree--Research--Archives
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Special Projects Papers 1961-1983 

Box Folder

 Ballou, Douglas W. Development of a Diameter Increment Function for Ponderosa Pine in Northeastern Washington State. 1982 

1 1

 Beaudette, John Charles An Empirical Investigation Concerning the Predictive Validity of Multi-dimensional Scaling vs. Multi-Attribute Attitude Models 1981 

1 2

 Briscoe, Dennis R. Guaranteed Annual Income: The Work Incentive Problem 1969 

1 3

 Buxton, Paul The Use of PERT/CPM in Construction: A Case Study 1981 

1 4

 Chiang, Pei-I Methods for Determining the Number of Cluster and Some Empirical Investigations 1982 

1 5

 Feeney, Mark John The Marketing of Small Commercial Banks: An Empirical Study 1981 

1 6

 Ferluga, Christopher J. The Salmon Canning Industry and Icicle Seafoods, Inc. 1980 

1 7

 Gejrot, Bengt Goran Initial Offerings in Sweden 1982 

1 8

 Hon, Alan Wah-Ting Empirical Tests on the Determinants of Corporate Leverage 1981 

1 9

 Humphrey, Ban Earnings Concepts for Service Potentials: A Valuation Discussion 1981 

1 10

 Kielbon, Edward P. A Feasibility Analysis of Starting a Woodchipping Operation and a Shingle/Shake Mill on the Makah Indian Reservation 1982 

1 11

 Kuipers, Mark A. A Systematic Approach to Direct Marketing 1961 

1 12

 Latham, Patricia D. Supplement "Use" versus "Abuse" 1976 

1 13

 Lomax, James E. The Effect of Three Forms of Prior Notification on Mail Survey Response Rates 1982 

1 14

 Ma, Hai-Ling Multiple Time Series Models for Housing and Mortgage Rate 1981 

1 15

 Macy, Michael G. Financial Information System for a Nonprofit Organization 1981 

1 16

 Moffat, Arthur G. Intergroup Conflict in Organizations 1981 

1 17

 Morgan, Chiron P. The Design and Presentation of Topism 1973 

1 18

 Hurries, Mohammed A. An Assessment of the Community Reinvestment Act 1981 

1 19

 Nagata, Suanne S. A Case Study: The University Bookstore 1981 

1 20

 Newbold, Mark M. Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement for Long-Term Care In Washington State: Some Suggested Alternatives 1981 

1 21

 Ng, John G. H. Inflation's Effect on Earnings 1980 

1 22

 Niazi, Khan A. Japanese Management and Its Implications for United States Managers 1985 

1 23

 Robinson, Michael James A Comparison of Measurement in Selected Social Programs with Measurement in Accounting 1974 

1 24

 Russell, Kathryn S. Inflation and the Individual Tax Structure 1980 

1 25

 Rusunen, Robert Lee An Investigation of the Internal and External Causes of Small Business Failure 1977 

1 26

 Sate, Yuriko A Research Design for the Marketing Research of Electronic Calculators. 1981 

1 27

 Smith, Dale Lorne Production of Low-Cost Housing in the United States 1970 

1 28

 Steele, Joseph A. IV Washington State University Faculty Performance Appraisal: An Evaluation of the Current System with a Proposed Alternate Instrument of Appraisal 1982 

1 29

 Stewart, Matthew Dee The Effects of Two Regional Shopping Malls upon the Shopping Habits and Buying Behavior of a Satellite Community: A Case Study. 1981 

2 30

 Stockschlaeder, Maria M. Comparative Study of the Banking Systems of West Germany, Japan and the USA. 1981 

2 31

 Stoess, Alfred W. First Line Supervision: The Man in the Middle 1961 

2 32

 Stone, Michael L. The Market for Architectural Graduates: A Case Study 1983 

2 33

 Temple, Jane Risk Management for Hospitals 1981 

2 34

 Vaze, Sanjeev V. The Role of a Consumer Affairs Department: A Case Study 1982 

2 35

 Wang, Shu-Hui Comparing United States and Taiwan Old Age Income from Government 1981 

2 36

 Yue, John David Tat-Yin Appraisal of Investing in a Restaurant: A Case Study 1981 

2 37

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