Kalamazoo College Guilds: Business SIPs
This collection includes Senior Individualized Projects (SIP's) that deal with issues of business. Abstracts are generally available to the public, but PDF files are available only to current Kalamazoo College students, faculty, and staff.
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(2000)This was the basis for my original research: Why small businesses welcome or discourage unionization and for what reasons? This brought me to my internship.
(2000)In the early nineteenth century, the primary form of the American city was the walking city in which the elite lived close to the center of town and the most burdensome elements of the population were relegated to the ...
(2006)The aim of this paper is to analyze the difference between the World Bank and the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), using their programs in Madagascar as a case study. To begin, I have outlined the recent political ...
(2006)In November 2001, the World Trade Organization formally approved China's accession, a milestone in the history of global trade and a symbolic commitment of the Chinese leadership to the importance of free trade in today's ...
(2004)In 1997 Thailand experienced one of the worst financial crises imaginable. Overnight the economy changed from one of the fastest growing in the world to utter chaos. The currency was devalued, jobs were lost and the effects ...
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2008)Although the "glass ceiling" metaphor has been used to explain the dearth of women in leadership positions, Eagly and Carli (2007) argue that "labyrinth" more accurately describes women's difficult career paths. Instead ...