Dividend (Vol. 9, No. 2, Winter, 1978)
Table of Contents: Notes on the Worst Inflation in History by Wilford J. Eiteman p. 2 - Professor emeritus of finance Eiteman reviews the experiences of Germany with inflation from 1919 to 1923. During the autumn of 1923, for example, prices doubled every week! Eiteman discusses what a "currency commissioner" did to bring the situation under control. ; Balancing Income and Outflow: p. 4 - A Thoughtful Look at the Social Security Retirement System Dividend interview's Donald H. Skadden and James E. Wheeler, two Business School professors of accounting who have made an intensive study of the social security retirement system for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Their analysis of the problems and recommendations for solutions are discussed in this interview. ; Our Athletic Faculty p. 10 - A great many professors at the Business School have found regular exercise is a great way to keep in shape, and they are engaging in a wride variety of sports. ; The Multifaceted Motivation to Merge by Raymond R. Reilly p. 19 - Here associate professor of finance Reilly reviews a book on conglomerate mergers that won the U-M Press Book AwTard in 1977. ; Among Ourselves p. 20 - MBA surveys ranks us in the nation's top ten business schools; A study on management mobility and the work ethic; Prof. Hildebrant wins good teaching award; IBM vice-president speaks at Dean's Forum; Graduate School of Bank Management to offer sessions in A fay and June; McCracken sees some reasons for optimism about future economic performance. ; President Ford at the B School p. 24 - This fall President Gerald R. Ford gave a talk at the Business School, followed by an informal meeting with students and faculty in the executive lounge. Our photographer wras there. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50718>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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