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  • MANAGING SUPPLY CONTRACTS AND INVENTORY RISKS IN A SUPPLY CHAIN This seems a more accurate characterization of Tiebout markets, as the median U.S. metropolitan area has fewer than a dozen school districts from which to choose. It leads to a substantially different understanding of the market dynamics, as Hoxy’s assumption of competing schools with identical peer groups eliminates the “stickiness” that concern for peer group can create and that is the primary focus here.

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  • COMPETITIVE SUPPLY CHAIN AND REVENUE MANAGEMENT: FOUR ESSAYS When the peer group measure is interacted with the choice index—in Column B, and again with additional controls in the remaining columns—the coefficient is indistinguishable from zero, with a negative point estimate in every specification. Panel B repeats this analysis, this time with the score earned by students when they were in the 12th grade.51 Again, estimates of the choice effect are imprecise but are—with one statistically insignificant exception—of the opposite sign from that predicted by the economic model....

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  • SUPERVISOR'S MANAGEMENT STYLE AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SATISFACTION IN A PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY The mechanisms typically proposed to increase parental choice—vouchers, charter schools, etc.—are not at present sufficiently widespread to permit decisive empirical tests either of parental revealed preferences or of their ultimate effects on school productivity

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  • ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS MANAGEMENT'S PREPERENCES FOR ACOUNTING STANDARDS The model stacks the deck, however, by holding the distribution of effectiveness fixed. If school administrators respond to incentives, effectiveness sorting will also induce higher effort and greater effectiveness. This will tend to raise scores for everyone, and the productivity benefits may offset the allocative costs that Tiebout choice imposes on poor students.34

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  • THE PROFESSIONALIZATION OF LOGISTICS: A MANAGEMENT SPECIALTY TO MEET 21 ST CENTURY CHALLENGES The effectiveness parameter in (1), μ j , encompasses the effects of any differences across schools that do not depend on the characteristics of students that they enroll. It may include, for example, the ability and effort levels of local administrators, their choice of curricula, or their effectiveness in resisting the demands of bureaucrats and teacher’s

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  • ESSAYS ON PRICING FIXED INCOME DERIVATIVES AND RISK MANAGEMENT Moreover, voucher programs that encourage the entry of new competitors may produce more options for parents than even the most decentralized of district governance structures, reducing the potential for coordination failures and increasing the probability that even parents who value the peer group highly will choose effective schools.

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  • INFORMATION ENGINEERING IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES: AN INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGER'S PERSPECTIVE For many purposes, however, one need not know why it is that schools with advantaged students outscore those with disadvantaged students; the fact that they do is itself of substantial importance. This dissertation focuses on two such topics: The competitive impacts of school choice programs, and the design of college admissions rules. In each case, when I incorporate into the standard analysis the key fact that student composition may function as a signal of student performance (and vice versa),...

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  • UNDERSTANDING MANAGERIAL COACHING: THE ROLE OF MANAGER ATTRIBUTES AND SKILLS IN EFFECTIVE COACHING One must live while conducting research. I thank my family and friends for putting up with me these last five years and for helping me to stay sane throughout. I hope that I have not been too unbearable. Much of my graduate career was supported under a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. In addition, the research in Chapters 1 and 2 was partially supported by the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics at U.C....

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  • AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) SYSTEMS, AS ASSESSED BY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS This tendency is at the core of my empirical strategy. To clarify it, I present next to a simulation exercise that demonstrates the impact of market structure (J) on effectiveness sorting under different assumptions about the importance of peer group to parental preferences (δ), and thus about the “stickiness” of residential assignments.

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  • As already contended in Volume I, most practical books and manuals deal with large, complex projects, which is not unnatural. Using projects to solve problems has never been more popular than it is today. By the end of the last century, 25% of the world’s spending was managed through projects according to some reports, and many projects are clearly very large and very costly. Keeping track of them requires good management and good tools. Project planning and project organization need to be sound, and every step must be controlled down to the last detail.2 If a large project starts going...

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  • This dissertation provides empirical evidence on the market reaction to earnings warnings and management’s motivation to issue earnings warnings. Earnings warnings are any earnings-related management voluntary disclosures made prior to the earnings announcement date.1 Firms use earnings warnings to provide timely information to their shareholders and investors as well as financial analysts regarding their expected current period performance prior to the earnings announcement date (Ip [1997], McLean [2001] and Stone [2002]).

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  • The Dissertation Committee for Richard Jefferson Webb Certifies that this is the approved version of the following dissertation: Total Quality Management: An Organizational Communication Analysis Committee: __________________________ Larry D. Browning, Supervisor __________________________ Craig R. Scott __________________________ Dawna I. Ballard __________________________ Patricia D. Witherspoon __________________________ Sim B. Sitkin .Total Quality Management: An Organizational Communication Analysis by Richard Jefferson Webb, B.A., M.A.

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  • Fifteen years ago, in January 1997, our company, Panorama Software, was acquired by Microsoft during its entry into the business intelligence space. That was a long time ago. In fact, it was so long ago, I’m not sure that business intelligence was even called BI. Back then our mission and strategy were simple, accompanied by the short but effective slogan “OLAP for the masses.” For the most part that mission hasn’t changed over the years. We’ve simply focused on different aspects of the product that would deliver us the “masses.”...

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  • COST CHARACTERISTCS AND MANAGEMENT DECISTION OF OKLAHOMA COOPERATIV E GRAIN ELEVATORS When parental concern for peer group is introduced, the perfectly sorted equilibrium is no longer unique. It is now possible for ineffective districts to retain wealthy peer groups in equilibrium, as long as they are not so ineffective that families would prefer a lower- x , higher-μ district. One imperfectly sorted equilibrium is displayed in Panel D.

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  • PERFORMANCE EFFECTS OF CORPORATE DWERSIFICATION: ROLES OF KNOWLEDGE RESOURCES, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY The results presented in Section 1.5 offer no evidence that the allocation of effective schools is systematically different in high-choice than in low-choice markets. If Tiebout choice does not increase the probability that effective schools attract students from advantaged backgrounds, it is not clear how it can provide incentives that will lead administrators to exert greater effort....

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  • MANAGING SIMULATION BASED TRAINING A FRAMEWORK FOR OPTIMIZING LEARNING, COST, AND TIME Second, one can estimate the model on a sample that includes private school students. If the sample selection bias is in the hypothesized direction, either strategy should produce a smaller (more negative) estimate of the effect of interdistrict competition.

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  • SITE BASED MANAGEMENT: A DESIGN PERSPECTIVE The first two chapters consider parents’ choice of schools for their children. The claim that parental choice can create incentives for schools to become more productive is a tenet of the neoclassical analysis of education. It relies crucially on the assumption that parents will choose effective, productive schools.

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  • A WEB-APPLICATION TOOL FOR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS STRATEGIC MANAG AND COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE MONITORIN Several identifiable factors may bias the coefficient on the peer group-Tiebout choice interaction in specifications like (7). I discuss two here; each can produce an upward bias in 1 ϕ . The first source of bias is statistical. There are several reasons to suspect measurement error in the peer group variable:

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  • PUBLIC & PRIVATE MANAGEMENT: FUNDAMENTALLY ALIKE OR DIFFERENT? We can imagine as a thought experiment fully decentralizing school governance in Miami-Dade County, which is served by a single district.53 Figure 1.7 displays the actual distribution of peer groups and school average SAT scores in Miami, as well as the counterfactual distribution that might be observed if the Miami choice index were changed to one and if the effect of choice were at the upper limit of its confidence interval.

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  • Chapter 4 - Project management tools. After completing this unit, you should be able to: To understand the concept of the present value of moneys receivable in the future, to learn the various feasibility studies for a project, to learn the common methods used to evaluate projects, to understand the two most popular project management tools.

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