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Writing To Learn Business Law, Robert Bennett, William Templeton Sep 2010

Writing To Learn Business Law, Robert Bennett, William Templeton

William K. Templeton

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Newsletter Vol.23 No.4 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Nov 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.4 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 4, Fall 1995, Santa Clara University Oct 1995

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 4, Fall 1995, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

8 - OF QUARKS, OBJECT IDENTIFICATION, AND PORPHYRIN MOLECULES SCU undergraduates get a taste of scientific research. By Miriam Schulman

14 - WHAT'S YOUR BOTTOM LINE? By investing in mutual funds that reflect their values, an increasing number of shareholders hope to put their money where their morals are. But can socially responsible investing really change the world? By Jeff Brazil ' 85

22 - A BIG ENOUGH UMBRELLA Tens of thousands of women from around the world gather for a unifying-albeit rainy- conference in China. Photographs By Kim Johnson ' 87

26 - THE ART OF MATHEMATICS For every student who has ever shed ...


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 36 Number 4, Fall 1995, Santa Clara University Oct 1995

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 36 Number 4, Fall 1995, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

6 - THE MIND THIEF November is national Alzheimer's Disease Month, drawing attention to an illness that robs patients of their memories, their competence, sometimes their very personalities. By Maureen Mclnaney '85

12 - CREDIBILITY MAKES A DIFFERENCE A look at a key element of leadership: building trust. By James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner

18 - PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER SCU's $125 million Challenge Campaign is transforming the University.

24 - NO PROBLEMO A racked-up knee, a forfeited football scholarsh ip, an extra 50 pounds- no problemo. A work of short fiction. By Jan Maulhardt '90

28 - THE NUCLEAR NIGHTMARE ...


Newsletter Vol.23 No.3 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Sep 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.3 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Race, Family, And Obligation, Rodney C. Roberts Aug 1995

Race, Family, And Obligation, Rodney C. Roberts

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

The Martin Luther King Jr. Day Lecture Presented to the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in Society, January 16, 1995.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 3, Summer 1995, Santa Clara University Jul 1995

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 3, Summer 1995, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

6 - GARBAGE IN: GOODS OUT Lee Hornberger ' 69, associate professor of mechanical engineering, has only one word to say to you: plastics. By Maureen Mclnaney '85

10 - SCU 101 More than a hundred (count 'em) things every student shou ld do before graduating from Santa Clara.

16 - CHIAPAS: ROOTS OF A REBELLION Members of the SCU community bear witness to an indigenous struggle. By Trina Kleist '80 Photographs by Charles Barry

22 - PRESENTING PARADISE A modern translation with commentary helps readers scale the heights of Dante's heaven. By James Torrens, S.J.

24 - HAVE BALL, WILL TRAVEL Alumni athletes ...


Https://Weightlosscharitychallenge.Com/Keto-Tone-Avis/, Abst Emio May 1995

Https://Weightlosscharitychallenge.Com/Keto-Tone-Avis/, Abst Emio

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o Keto tone avis Include five servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Lean meat and low-fat dairy products are also a plus. o Engage in some form of physical activity - you need not go to the gym or take up difficult sports. A brisk 30-minute walk everyday can do wonders for your body and your health. Use the stairs instead of taking the elevator. These little things can add up and help you lose weight. o Know the benefits of moderate weight loss. 


Teaching Ethics In Schools Of Business In Oklahoma Colleges And Universities, Shelsea Ellis May 1995

Teaching Ethics In Schools Of Business In Oklahoma Colleges And Universities, Shelsea Ellis

McCabe Thesis Collection

The research in this study seeks to establish the degree to which ethics is included in the business curriculum of four-year colleges and universities in Oklahoma. If ethics is taught as a separate course, the study inquires about the methodology used in that course. If there is not a separate ethics course, the study determines if ethics is included in several courses of the business curriculum. Clarification is also determined as to the percentage of time dedicated to the teaching of ethics and whether or not the dean of the School of Business believes this percentage to be appropriate.


Newsletter Vol.23 No.2 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Apr 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.2 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 2, Spring 1995, Santa Clara University Apr 1995

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 2, Spring 1995, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

6 - MORE THAN A CATHOLIC EDUCATION Why students from other faiths choose Santa Clara and what they find here. By Elise Banducci '87

10 - WALKING WITH THE PEOPLE OF DOLORES MISSION For a young Jesuit, the people of his East Los Angeles parish have much to teach. By Gregory Bonfiglio '82, S.J.

16 - A GOOD SPANKING? Deeply concerned about youth crime and disorder, many people say corporal punishment could be the answer for unruly students. But does it work? By Miriam Schulman

22 - MARKET-DRIVEN NEWS: LET THE CITIZEN BEWARE Increasingly, what's considered news is being defined by what ...


Patent & Trademark Depository Library Association Newsletter Mar 1995

Patent & Trademark Depository Library Association Newsletter

Journal of the Patent and Trademark Resource Center Association

No abstract provided.


Two Papers On Environmentalism Ii: Resources And Environmental Policy, Jan Narveson Mar 1995

Two Papers On Environmentalism Ii: Resources And Environmental Policy, Jan Narveson

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

Presented to the WMU Center for the Study of Ethlcs in Society - November 21, 1994.


Two Papers On Environmentalism - I: Environmental Ethics And Value In The World, John Post Feb 1995

Two Papers On Environmentalism - I: Environmental Ethics And Value In The World, John Post

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

Presented to the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in Society - November 14, 1994.


What's Wrong With Exploitation?, Justin Schwartz Jan 1995

What's Wrong With Exploitation?, Justin Schwartz

Justin Schwartz

Abstract: Marx thinks that capitalism is exploitative, and that is a major basis for his objections to it. But what's wrong with exploitation, as Marx sees it? (The paper is exegetical in character: my object is to understand what Marx believed,) The received view, held by Norman Geras, G.A. Cohen, and others, is that Marx thought that capitalism was unjust, because in the crudest sense, capitalists robbed labor of property that was rightfully the workers' because the workers and not the capitalists produced it. This view depends on a Labor Theory of Property (LTP), that property rights are ...


In Defence Of Exploitation, Justin Schwartz Jan 1995

In Defence Of Exploitation, Justin Schwartz

Justin Schwartz

The concept of exploitation is thought to be central to Marx's Critique of capitalism. John Roemer, an analytical (then-) Marxist economist now at Yale, attacked this idea in a series of papers and books in the 1970s-1990s, arguing that Marxists should be concerned with inequality rather than exploitation -- with distribution rather than production, precisely the opposite of what Marx urged in The Critique of the Gotha Progam.

This paper expounds and criticizes Roemer's objections and his alternative inequality based theory of exploitation, while accepting some of his criticisms. It may be viewed as a companion paper to my ...


The Emergence Of An International Legal Framework For Transnational Corporations, Karl P. Sauvant Jan 1995

The Emergence Of An International Legal Framework For Transnational Corporations, Karl P. Sauvant

Karl P. Sauvant

Karl P. Sauvant, “The Emergence of an International Legal Framework for Transnational Corporations,” in Benno Engels, ed., Investieren in der Dritten Welt: Unternehmerische und Politische Herausforderungen (Hamburg: Deutsches Uebersee-Institut, 1995), pp.124-144.


Newsletter Vol.23 No.1 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Jan 1995

Newsletter Vol.23 No.1 1995, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Casino Gaming In The U.S.: Past, Present, And Future, George G. Fenich Jan 1995

Casino Gaming In The U.S.: Past, Present, And Future, George G. Fenich

Hospitality Review

The casino segment of the hospitality industry is experiencing unprecedented growth. As a result, many academics and practitioners alike cannot stay abreast of developments in the field. The author addresses the situation by providing an overview of casino development in the United States from an historical perspective, a review of current developments, and some predictions about the future.


Pathways To Change: Case Studies Of Strategic Negotiations, Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Robert B. Mckersie, Richard E. Walton Jan 1995

Pathways To Change: Case Studies Of Strategic Negotiations, Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Robert B. Mckersie, Richard E. Walton

Upjohn Press

The authors identify and analyze the strategies for change and techniques most often used in today's labor negotiations. Nearly gone, they say, is the traditional "arms length" approach used by negotiators in the past. Instead, modern collective bargaining is characterized mainly by divergent strategies the authors characterize as either "forcing" (highly contentious) or "fostering" (highly cooperative). A dozen detailed case studies from a variety of industries are presented that show when, why and how these strategies are used, by whom, and to what result. These cases clearly demonstrate the use of both forcing and fostering strategies, as well as ...


Michigan's Deadlocked Commission On Death And Dying: A Lesson In Politics And Legalism, Joseph Ellin Jan 1995

Michigan's Deadlocked Commission On Death And Dying: A Lesson In Politics And Legalism, Joseph Ellin

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Papers

Based on a presentation made to the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in Society - September 21, 1994.


Do Animal Protection Laws Dupe The Public?, Henry Spira Jan 1995

Do Animal Protection Laws Dupe The Public?, Henry Spira

Farm Animal Campaign

As outlined by Wolfson, laws give the perception of protecting farm animals but, in reality, provide little or no protection. Federal law fails to provide any protection to farm animals on the farm. Moreover, while many state cruelty laws still cover farm animals in theory, they are rarely if ever applied. And most disconcerting is the trend of farm animals being increasingly excluded from the reach of state cruelty laws.


Foxes And Hen Houses?: Personal Trading By Mutual Fund Managers, Edward B. Rock Jan 1995

Foxes And Hen Houses?: Personal Trading By Mutual Fund Managers, Edward B. Rock

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Choosing The Law Governing Perfection: The Data And Politics Of Article 9 Filing, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr. Jan 1995

Choosing The Law Governing Perfection: The Data And Politics Of Article 9 Filing, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr.

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


How Is The Russian Embargo Going To Effect The Urner Barry's Price Quoting For The United States Export Market?, Steven Lambersky Jan 1995

How Is The Russian Embargo Going To Effect The Urner Barry's Price Quoting For The United States Export Market?, Steven Lambersky

Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, and Portfolios

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How Brand Names Brand Societies: A Comparative Study Of Brand Names Registered In Selected English-Speaking Countries 1870-1980, Charles Augustus Mcclure Jan 1995

How Brand Names Brand Societies: A Comparative Study Of Brand Names Registered In Selected English-Speaking Countries 1870-1980, Charles Augustus Mcclure

Dissertations (ASC)

Objectives were to investigate the registered brand name system in selected English-speaking countries, to determine attributes of brand names ("brands") and whether brand attributes characterize their source countries. Officials in Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, Kenya, the United Kingdom, and the United States provided data routinely recorded in registering brand names--identified by random numbers preselected by this author. Each brand, whether only verbal, or only design, or mixed verbal/design, was coded for several dozen characteristics: general, morphological, goods-related, and meaning-related, including, for each, official numbers and dates, registering or renewing entity, goods so branded, and any goods-related meaning. Included, if ...


Foreign Private Investment In Palestine: An Analysis Of The Law On The Encouragement Of Investment In Palestine, David P. Fidler Jan 1995

Foreign Private Investment In Palestine: An Analysis Of The Law On The Encouragement Of Investment In Palestine, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

This Article analyzes the Investment Law and its prospects for encouraging foreign businesses to invest in Gaza and the West Bank (collectively, "Palestinian Territories"). A brief analysis of the importance of foreign private investment to the peace process between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and the progress made towards attracting such investment in Gaza and the West Bank since the September 1993 signing of the Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Arrangements, serves as a prelude to a detailed examination of the text of the Investment Law. The author then compares the Investment Law to the latest international practices ...


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 1, Winter 1995, Santa Clara University Jan 1995

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 1, Winter 1995, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

6 - THE JESUIT CASE DECLASSIFIED Secret documents reveal what the United States knew.... and what it failed to do about the Jesuit murders in El Salvador. By Peter Kornbluh

10 - EASTERN ENLIGHTENMENT SCU's new religion chair draws from her latest book to discuss how Christians can derive a greater understanding of their own faith through an appreciation of Buddhism. By Denise Lardner Carmody

13 - WASTE NOT As part of SCU's Institute on Ecology, students, faculty, and staff assess how well the University is using its own environmental resources.

17 - THE DOMESTIC CHURCH MEETS THE PARISH CHURCH Catholic teaching ...


An Economic Analysis Of Trade Measures To Protect The Global Environment, Howard F. Chang Jan 1995

An Economic Analysis Of Trade Measures To Protect The Global Environment, Howard F. Chang

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

In this article, Professor Howard Chang addresses the role of trade restrictions in supporting policies to protect the global environment and proposes a more liberal treatment of these environmental trade measures than that adopted by dispute-settlement panels of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). The GATT Secretariat has recommended that countries like the United States rely on "carrots" rather than "sticks" in order to induce the participation of other countries in multilateral environmental agreements. Professor Chang defends the use of sticks on the ground that they encourage more restrained exploitation of the environment pending a multilateral agreement. First ...


Union Effects On Nonunion Wages: Evidence From Panel Data On Industries And Cities, David Neumark, Michael L. Wachter Jan 1995

Union Effects On Nonunion Wages: Evidence From Panel Data On Industries And Cities, David Neumark, Michael L. Wachter

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.