Dividend (Vol. 3, No. 3, Spring, 1972)
Table of Contents: In this issue we focus on the Ph.D. Everything in it except the Dean's report and the Among Ourselves section, is either written by a Ph.D. graduate of the Business School, or is about our program and the students in it. ; Money and the University of Michigan p. 4 - by Wilbur K. Pierpont, Ph.D. ' The chief financial officer of the University of Michigan discusses shifts in support for the University over the past seventy years. ; The Ph.D. - p. 7 - An interview with Dr. Dick A. Leabo, director of doctoral studies, on issues affecting Ph.D. programs today and on changes in our program. ; The Source of Inflation & Lagging Productivity p. 11 - by Albert Cox, Jr., Ph.D.' The executive vice-president of Lionel D. Edie and Company, Inc. discusses his view of the major cause of our economic troubles since the late 60s. ; A Board to Mediate Community Disputes p.12 - by Gerald W. Cormick, Ph.D. ' The research director of the Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution explains the Institute's role in helping to resolve community disputes. ; Ph.D. Profiles - p. 14 - A portfolio of pictures and captions about current Ph.D. students. ; Business Gaming at A & T State University p.20 - by Mary Lou Roberts, Ph.D.' An associate professor at a Black college in North Carolina discusses the use of business games to provide needed experience in decision making. ; Dissertation in Progress: Report from Appalachia p.22 - by Neil Tudiver, A Ph.D. student writes about some of the problems and rewards of playing the dual role of researcher-participant. His dissertation research centers on the pressures on managerial positions in grass roots organizations. ; Among Ourselves - p. 26 - The Business Leadership Award, research on who gets promoted, the Arthur Young Professorship of Accounting, Assembly Hall money right on target. ; Honors Banquet - p. 30 ; About the Cover We had to get special permission from the U.S. Secret Service to use a picture of U.S. currency on the cover. They allowed us to use the picture provided it was printed in black and white and showed the currency less than 3/4 of the size of an actual bill. The cover picture is by Stuart Abbey, as are the pictures on pages 4, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 26, 27, 28, 30, and 31. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50702>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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