Dividend (Vol. 8, No. 1, Fall, 1976)
Table of Contents: The Future of Accounting by Sidney Davidson p. 4 - What are the objectives of accounting? What about external reporting? What system should be used in accounting for inflation? What about forecasting? Sidney Davidson, a featured speaker at the dedication of the Paton Accounting Center, addresses himself to these questions. ; Where Does the Money Go? p. 6 - A report on the first research project of the Paton Accounting Center concludes that financial reporting practices of major cities need to be substantially strengthened. The preliminary report contains some unpleasant surprises for the taxpaying public. ; Upping the Odds on Success p. 8 - by Arthur P. Bartholomew, Jr., MBA '40 Michigan business alumni are working with an agency in New York City that brings the skills of executive volunteers to bear on problems confronting not-for-profit organizations and minority entrepreneurs. ; A Special Man-A Special Crowd-A Special Day p. 10 - A large crowd turned out for the dedication of the Paton Accounting Center. Here we bring you an account of that day, along with pictures of some of the people who attended, the building itself, and William A. Paton himself. ; The Relinquishment A Story by William A. Paton p. 18 - A spooky story in the tradition of Edgar Allen Poe, written in 1913 by Paton, and including a prophetic touch re: atom shattering. ; Among Ourselves p. 23 - The Public Finance Institute; Admissions to B School increase over 50% in two years; David L. Lewis writes book on the public image of Henry Ford; placement figures indicate strong demand for our graduates. ; Fiftieth Reunion! p. 24 - Our first class held its 50th reunion this spring at the School. Here we bring you pictures of that event, the class members, and some of the faculty who were teaching then and were able to attend the reunion. ; About the Cover A fish-eye lens makes possible a wide angle view of the Paton Center, part of the Assembly Hall Building which adjoins it, and the original Business School Building to the far right of the picture. The photographer is Virginia Geren. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50715>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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