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The author describes the development of her senior painting collection.
The author describes the process of designing and creating a collection of wood scultures. (No slides included)
Discerning the Body
Text of sermon given at First Baptist Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, on November 4, 1979.
Distributing Disadvantage in the New Industrial State: A Study of the Phillips Relation for the Mature Corporation
This essay proceeds along two fronts. It begins by establishing a "Phillips-like" trade-off which is institutionally rather than market-determined. The contract curve for general equilibrium analysis in the labor market ...
The Economics and Politics of Governmental Reform: A Case Study of the Michigan Efficiency Task Force
My internship with the Michigan Efficiency Task Force (METF) Implementation Team provides the genesis of this Senior Individualized Project. The paper is a synthesis of day-to-day experiences and observations, and ...
An Economic and Legal Analysis of the Structure and Behavior of the American Automobile Industry
The hypothesis to be tested here is that the firms making up the American passenger car manufacturing industry are in violation of both Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Antitrust Act, and that the structure and behavior of ...
A History of the Pontiac Stadium
For most of the SIP, I relied heavily on two historical scrapbooks composed of news accounts which were supplied by the Pontiac Stadium Authority. From a skeleton outline created from the information supplied by the ...
British Incomes Policy: 1964-1967
The paper is divided into three major sections plus a conclusion. In the first section, the nature of Britain's problem is defined and two alternative solutions--an incomes policy approach and a margin of unemployment ...
The Expected Utility Hypothesis and the Measurability of Utility
The objectives of this paper are three-fold; (a) to present the expected utility hypothesis and its mathematical axioms, (b) to present and discuss the support for and criticisms against the hypothesis, and (c) to ...
Computer Simulation in the Teaching of Macroeconomics
The task of this paper is to describe in detail the development of a series of macroeconomic models which may be used to simulate the macro-economy to some degree of complexity. The models are available in programmed ...