Dividend (Vol. 6, No. 1, Fall, 1974)
Table of Contents: The Game of Authors - Who Plays? by Mary C. Brotnage p. 2 - Our professor of written communication discusses the enormous paper output produced by today's professional executives, and comments on some of the important attributes of the written word. ; "You Are $40,000 Richer. This is a Recorded Announcement." p. 4 - Senior business student Walt Sandrowicz had a few dollars saved up, so he invested in the silver market. Here's what happened then. ; How Good is Gold? A Dividend Interview p. 6 - Gunter Dufey, associate professor of international business, is particularly interested in problems in international money and capital markets. We asked him about the role of gold in world finance? What about gold as a hedge against inflation? What about all that money the Arabs are piling up? Etc. ; New Faces p. 10 - A portfolio of pictures to introduce you to ten new faculty members and a newly designed magazine, along with captions about them. ; Is the Economy on the Verge of Collapse? p. 16 - A Dialogue Between Paul McCracken and Students Dr. McCracken, Edmund Ezra Day University Professor of Business Administration and former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, discussed inflation, recession, depression and other matters with an overflow crowd of students in Hale Auditorium October 22. Here we bring you excerpts from the talk and from the question period which followed it. Dr. McCracken is currently serving as Senior Consultant to the Secretary of the Treasury. ; Among Ourselves p. 21 Winnebago president talks with MBA students; Contributions to Paton Accounting Center needed now; the Dean in Saudi Arabia; Paton celebrates 85th birthday; Donald Cowan dies; Public Finance Institute inaugurated. ; Cover Drawing by Mary Lou Webster. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50709>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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