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Price Elasticity, J-Curve, and the Balance of Trade: An Econometric Study of Bangladesh

Price Elasticity, J-Curve, and the Balance of Trade: An Econometric Study of Bangladesh

Date: May 1991
Creator: Ahmed, Mehboob U.
Description: The question for this thesis is whether the static and the dynamic theory of international trade stability holds in reality in Bangladesh.
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The History and Development of Consumer's Surplus and Its Relevance as a Measure of Welfare Change

The History and Development of Consumer's Surplus and Its Relevance as a Measure of Welfare Change

Date: August 1975
Creator: Anderson, Richard Murray
Description: The thesis analyzes the validity of consumer's surplus as a measure of welfare change. The analysis begins by examining the chronological development of the concept. Once an understanding of consumer's surplus is formulated, an evaluation of its use in modern ad hoc problems can be undertaken. Chapter II and III discuss the development of consumer's surplus from Classical economics to its modern reformulations, The concept's application to different problems is discussed in Chapter IV. Chapter V and VI deal with the intergration of consumer's surplus and the compensation principle. The primary conclusion is that the Laspeyres measure, in combination with the compensation test, provides a definitive measure of welfare change in a limited situation.
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Banking and Economic Growth in India

Banking and Economic Growth in India

Date: August 1977
Creator: Anthraper, Alphiene
Description: This paper discusses the attempt to achieve balanced economic growth in India. The process is viewed as a transition of society from a traditional stage to one characterized by industrialization and economic growth, and which involves major economic, social and political changes. It specifically deals with the Indian banking system and its structural development since independence as a means to hasten economic growth. These changes in the banking system, through social control, and eventually nationalization of the major commercial banks in India,, illustrate the increasing role of the State in gearing the banking sector towards meeting the goals of national economic planning. The above events are related to the struggle between the moderates and those who advocate a more socialist approach to solving the economic and social problems in India.
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A Critique of John Maynard Keynes' Concept of the Propensity to Consume

A Critique of John Maynard Keynes' Concept of the Propensity to Consume

Date: 1949
Creator: Ashby, James B.
Description: It will be a part of the purpose of this paper to show that Keynesian economics treats a closed economy in a static condition while American and British society in actuality exist in open economies in a dynamic condition. In scope this paper is limited to an appraisal of the first of the main concepts of John Maynard Keynes' General Theory. That is, this paper will be concerned only with the "Theory of the Propensity to Consume" and its ramifications.
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Economic Development in Ghana: Some Problems and Prospects

Economic Development in Ghana: Some Problems and Prospects

Date: May 1974
Creator: Attuquayefio, Alan B.
Description: After independence on March 6, 1957, Ghana, under the late President Kwame Nkrumah, turned to diverse developmental activities. Economically, Ghana was on sound footing; the balance of payments was favorable and cocoa was yielding a good harvest. In 1967, Nkrumah was ousted due to his dictatorial rule. In this study the available primary and secondary sources were utilized. Primary sources were made available by the Ghana Embassy in Washington, D. C. and by friends and relatives in institutions of higher learning in Ghana. The study is divided into five chapters. Chapter I concerns itself with a geographical survey of the country, including land, climate, people, and natural resources. Chapter II explores political developments, and Chapter III examines some of the crucial economic problems. Chapter IV explores some economic progress and Chapter V makes suggestions, some of which may seem sordid and grim, but at least they offer a "stepping stone."
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An Assessment of Occupational Needs and Training Programs in Saudi Arabia

An Assessment of Occupational Needs and Training Programs in Saudi Arabia

Date: May 1979
Creator: Awwad, Muhammad M. Joma
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine (1) the size of the Saudi Arabian manpower shortage in light of the Second Development Plan, (2) the number of skilled and semi-skilled workers that will be graduated from vocational and technical programs during the plan period, and (3) the factors that explain the major causes of the labor shortage problem. In order to accomplish these objectives, the study has considered two questions: (1) Is there a consistency between the manpower needs of skilled and semi-skilled workers and the vocational and technical training programs' output? (2) What are the major factors that explain the labor shortage in Saudi Arabia?
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The Development of Fair Trade

The Development of Fair Trade

Date: August 1968
Creator: Bardin, Kenneth
Description: It is the primary concern of this study to examine the development of Fair Trade and the different interpretations which fair trade laws have had. Also, this study will attempt to estimate future action in the area of fair trade. This study closely examines the legal framework upholding the system.
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Community Pressures Exerted by Employers to Break Strikes

Community Pressures Exerted by Employers to Break Strikes

Date: August 1952
Creator: Barnebey, June Mandeville
Description: This thesis explores community pressures exerted by employers to break strikes and their history.
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Crude Oil Pipe Lines: A Study of Economic Control

Crude Oil Pipe Lines: A Study of Economic Control

Date: 1947
Creator: Bass, Carlyle McCoy
Description: The present study does not represent a general investigation of all the various divisions of the transportation phase of the petroleum industry but a very small segment of the industry, i.e., crude oil pipe lines. Rather than being an examination of the technical operations of the industry the study is directed towards a consideration of the instrumentalities of control of interstate pipe line facilities exercised at the hands of major or integrated companies.
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The Multinational Corporation: a Tentative Appraisal

The Multinational Corporation: a Tentative Appraisal

Date: May 1972
Creator: Batson, Leon H.
Description: The purpose of this investigation is to describe and document certain behavioral characteristics of the multinational corporations and to point out some of the special problems they create for economists. Theirs is a new way of organizing and controlling international business units and relatively little is known about the consequences for economics and politics. The primary area of study with which this investigation is concerned is the multinational corporations' economic power and the inability of nations to effectively control it.
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Dialectical and Institutional Continuity in Relation to Evolutionary Thought

Dialectical and Institutional Continuity in Relation to Evolutionary Thought

Date: August 1955
Creator: Benz, George A.
Description: This thesis discusses dialectical and institutional continuity in relation to evolutionary thought.
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Economic Thought as a Culmination of Eighteenth-Century Ideas

Economic Thought as a Culmination of Eighteenth-Century Ideas

Date: June 1971
Creator: Bonds, Marianne
Description: This investigation is concerned with determining the role played in the development of a body of economic thought by the philosophic, political, and economic forces prevailing in the eighteenth century.
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Appeals Made to Employees to Influence Their Decision Regarding Collective Bargaining

Appeals Made to Employees to Influence Their Decision Regarding Collective Bargaining

Date: 1945
Creator: Boyd, Sulton J.
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the types of appeals made to employees by employers and labor organizations for the purpose of influencing the employees' decision with respect to accepting or rejecting collective bargaining, and classifying, as near as possible, the types of appeals.
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The Law Concerning Trade Regulations Prio to the Twentieth Century

The Law Concerning Trade Regulations Prio to the Twentieth Century

Date: August 1963
Creator: Brabham, Billy J.
Description: This thesis discusses trade regulations throughout history.
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Economic Efficiency of Personal Air Transportation as a Technological Factor in the United States

Economic Efficiency of Personal Air Transportation as a Technological Factor in the United States

Date: 1950
Creator: Brooks, Jerry R.
Description: The purpose of this study is to examine the factors of economic efficiency embodied in the modern personal airplane and its related services in the United States, with a view to ascertaining the significance of such transportation as a technological factor in the American national economy.
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The Present Status of Sociology in Texas High Schools

The Present Status of Sociology in Texas High Schools

Date: 1940
Creator: Bryant, Stella Senor
Description: It is the purpose of this study to classify the high schools in the State of Texas offering accredited courses in sociology, and to make an analysis and evaluation of the textbooks that are on the recommended list for use in the secondary schools.
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Determinants of Income and Income Differentials between Blacks and Whites in the South

Determinants of Income and Income Differentials between Blacks and Whites in the South

Date: August 1972
Creator: Burnim, Mickey L.
Description: The problem with which this study is concerned is that of discrimination. Data from the United States Bureau of the Census is used to approach the problem through the concept of economic discrimination. This study has two purposes. First, it tests the hypothesis that blacks in the South have been subjected to significant economic discrimination, and, in turn, to give quantitative estimates of its magnitude if the hypothesis is accepted. The secondary purpose is to make a comparison of the relative importance of the independent variables for blacks and whites.
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Waste of Human Resources in Education

Waste of Human Resources in Education

Date: 1949
Creator: Clotiaux, LeRoy Jean
Description: The problem of this study is the non-utilization of human resources in the educational system, with concrete emphasis on the relationships between the value of human beings and the waste of human resources.
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The Impact of Medicare on the Distribution of Public Health Care Expenditures in Oklahoma

The Impact of Medicare on the Distribution of Public Health Care Expenditures in Oklahoma

Date: December 1972
Creator: Coffey, Vernon Eugene
Description: The purpose of the study is to determine what effect medicare has had on the distribution of public health care expenditures in the state of Oklahoma. The study tests that there is a significant correlation between medical vendor payments and indigency in Oklahoma or in other words that pre-medicare public health care dollars in Oklahoma were distributed to indigents.
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The Need for Co-Operation Among Independent Food Retailers of Denton, Texas

The Need for Co-Operation Among Independent Food Retailers of Denton, Texas

Date: June 1942
Creator: Cook, Herschell D.
Description: It has become more and more evident that independent food retailers must co-ordinate their individual efforts if they are to gain an operating efficiency paralleling that of the corporate multiple-unit or chain system. Such co-ordination largely has taken three courses: (1) group buying clubs, (2) wholesale- sponsored voluntary chains, and (3) retailer-owned co-operative warehouses. It is the last of these that this study suggests as the most appropriate course for Denton independent retailers.
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Some Aspects of Consumer Credit in the United States

Some Aspects of Consumer Credit in the United States

Date: 1940
Creator: Daniel, Benge R.
Description: This study attempts to present a brief survey of the major aspects of consumer credit in the United States today: credit institutions in general, co-operative and non cooperative consumer credit agencies, and the regulation of such agencies. A special chapter is devoted to consumer credit in Texas, with emphasis upon the fight which certain Texas cities are making against the loan-shark evil.
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Communism in China

Communism in China

Date: 1949
Creator: Dickie, Alex, Jr.
Description: The purpose of this study is fourfold: to show why and how Communism is emerging in China; to explain the special characteristics of the Chinese Communists and their tactics; to indicate the effect of Communism on the people of China; and to attempt an analysis of the attitude the Chinese Communists manifest toward the United States and Russia. Special emphasis will be laid upon the conflict between the Kuomintang (Nationalists) led by Chiang K'aishek and the Communists led by Mao Tze-Tung.
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The Economic Utilization of Old Newspapers with Emphasis on Recyling

The Economic Utilization of Old Newspapers with Emphasis on Recyling

Date: May 1971
Creator: Duncan, Robert J.
Description: This thesis discusses the recycling of old newspapers into fresh newsprint. The thesis includes an introduction and chapters on solid wastes, recycling paper fiber, the newsprint paper industry, recycling newsprint, alternate uses of refuse including old newspapers, legislation, and a conclusion.
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The Prairie Dichotomy: an American Cultural Pattern

The Prairie Dichotomy: an American Cultural Pattern

Date: August 1952
Creator: Durham, Floyd Wesley
Description: This thesis discusses American prairie culture through the writings of Thorstein Veblen and Mark Twain.
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