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Volume 14
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Table of Contents

Work Measurement Practices

The Management of Creativity

The Interorganizational Link

The Increasing Stream Hypothesis of Corporate Dividend Policy

The Human Factor in Management Systems

The Effect of Social Class on Brand Loyalty

The C.A.S.E. Approach--A Valuable Aid for Management Development

The Accounting System as Operating Model

Product Petrification: A New Stage in the Life Cycle Theory

New Frontiers for American Business: The Case for Taiwan

Negro Market--Fact or Fiction?

Industrial Scientists and Engineers: Motivational Style Differences

Do Products Really Have Life Cycles?

Corporate Profits and Employee Satisfaction: Must They Be in Conflict?

Consumption Behavior Across Ethnic Categories

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