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Legal, informational, and testing restrictions in employment: A study of antidiscrimination policy
This dissertation addresses the problem of informational and legal restrictions on employment screening processes such as educational requirements and standardized testing. For the past two decades, the legal system in the ...
The impacts of rising salinity and market inefficiencies on water allocation in the lower Rio Grande
A regional water resource model has been developed to simulate optimal water allocation patterns as both municipal and agricultural consumers respond to changes in water supply and rising salinity levels. Analysis of ...
Barden to Powell to Perkins: Leadership and evolution of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor, 1951-1984
This study analyzes the leadership and development of a U.S. House of Representatives committee over a thirty-five year period. It treats the leadership of three disparate chairmen--Graham A. Barden (D-NC), Adam Clayton ...
Universalism and targeting: The distribution of federal aid monies
The behavior of national legislators has made for interesting studies relating election goals and game theory strategies to the formation of coalitions on policy packages. These theories regarding behavior can become most ...
The regressive era: Progressive Era tax reform and the National Tax Association--roots of the modern American tax structure. (Volumes I and II)
The National Tax Association (1907) successfully led more well-known Progressive Era reform groups (National Municipal League, Civic Federation, Bar and Economics Associations and others) in advocating twenty-eight ...