University of Pittsburgh Management Research Center

Perloff, Robert
April 1972
ILR Review;Apr72, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p465
Academic Journal
This article reports on research programs conducted by the University of Pittsburgh's Management Research Center. David H. Blake is researching unions' responses to globalization, their strategy to counteract multinationalism, and their potential for organizing in different states. His study also focuses on union and management policies. Donald D. Bowen and Jacob P. Siegel finished their project, "Process and Performance: A Longitudinal Study of the Reactions of Small Task Groups to Periodic Performance Feedback." Edward Sussna and Harry N. Heinemann used capital investment analysis to compare investment costs and expected lifetime earnings in "Program Analysis of Community College Education of Health Manpower." They also completed "The Development of Program Analyses of Investments in Nursing Education."


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