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(The University of Oklahoma., 1966)
(1980)The objective of this study is the development of a capital-budgeting model that explicitly considers the impact of intertemporally correlated cash flows. Traditional capital-budgeting risk analysis often assumes intertemporal ...
(Oklahoma State University, 1971-07-01)
(1980)Analysis of the data indicated that exchange theory could be applied successfully to explain interactions between lobbyists and policy makers. In general, exchange benefits and traditional group lobbying techniques and ...
(1980)The study contains three chapters. The first chapter includes biographical data, a discussion of Jolivet's association with the group "Jeune France, " and a delineation of his music into three creative periods. Chapter II ...