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  • The HarvardBusiness Review

    Annotated BibliographyAll Articles, 1922 through 2007, withIndexes to Authors, Titles and Subjects

    STEPHEN K. JOHNSON

    McFarland & Company, Inc., PublishersJefferson, North Carolina, and London

  • Table of Contents

    Preface 1

    T H E BIBLIOGRAPHY 3

    Management 3Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity and Multicultural Issues 3; Book ReviewsEncompassing an Array of Topics 5; Business as a Profession or Philosophy 6; BusinessEcosystems 8; Business School Curriculum 8; Change Management 10; CorporateBoard of Directors Topics 14; Corporate or Individual Philanthropy 19; CorporateReorganization or Downsizing 20; Employee Assessment 21; Employee Pensions orRetirement Issues 22; Employee Problems 25; Employee Profit Sharing or EmployeeOwned Businesses 28; Employee Turnover or Termination Issues 29; Employee Wageor Salary Structures 30; Entrepreneurial Issues 32; Executive Growth or ProfessionalDevelopment 38; Foreign Operations or Subsidiaries 44; Gender or Racial WorkplaceIssues 47; Health Care Delivery Issues 50; Human Resource Management Issues 54;Innovation, Creativity or Knowledge Based Economy 61; Job Design and EnrichmentIssues 68; Labor Unions or Labor Relations 71; Leadership Issues 79; Lines of BusinessReporting 85; Management Science or Theoretical Framework 86; Management Stylesor Management Responsibilities 88; Managerial Communication Issues 94; ManagerialCompensation Issues 98; Managerial Decision Making 103; Managerial Goals andAchievement of Goals 105; Managerial Selection or Assessment of Management 106;Middle Management Issues 111; Multinational Companies 113; Nonprofit OrganizationTopics 116; Organizational Behavior and Dynamics 118; Organizational Effectiveness125; Public Interest Topics 129; Research and Development 134; Role and Impact ofManagement Consultants 136; Upper-Echelon Managerial Concerns 138; Work Groupsor Teamwork 141; Worker Safety or Mental Health Concerns 144; Worker Training andDevelopment Topics 145

    Marketing 147Advertising Campaigns or Advertising Media 147; Brand Management 152; ConsumerDemographics or Behavior 155; Credit or Leasing Arrangements 157; Customer ServiceIssues 158; Customized Products or Niche Marketing 161; Distribution Channels andLogistics 161; Electronic Commerce 164; Industrial or Commercial Markets 168; Interna-tional Marketing 169; Market Share 172; Market Strategy, Positioning and SegmentationTopics 173; Market Trends or Forecasting Topics 180; Marketing Research 181; MassCommunication Issues 185; New Product Development 185; Pricing Strategies andDecisions 190; Product Life Cycles 192; Public Relations 193; Purchasing Groups 194;

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    Retailing, Selling and Promotion Issues 195; Sales Force Management 200; Sampling,Testing and Survey Instruments 205; Service Economy Markets 205; Trade Associationsor Cooperatives 208; Vendor Relations 208; Vertical or Horizontal Integration 208

    Strategy 209Alliance Building 209; Analysis, Simulation Activities 210; Competitive or StrategicAdvantages 211; Corporate Objectives or Performance 213; Opportunities or Threats216; Profitability or Corporate Growth 217; Strategic Business Units 220; StrategicPlanning 221

    Economics 225Agribusiness Concerns 225; Automobile and Trucking Industries 226; CommandEconomies or Totalitarian Governments 227; Currency Transactions 229; EconomicDepression or Recession Conditions 230; Economic Conditions in Foreign Nations orRegions (excludes the United States, Japan and Communist/Totalitarian Nations) 231;Economic Development or Industrial Policy Topics 233; Economic Indicators, Output,Statistics or Productivity 237; Economic or Business Forecasting 240; Economic SafetyNet Topics 241; Economics as a Profession or the Role of Economists 242; Energy orFuel Resources 243; Environmental Issues and Costs 245; Federal Reserve System andMonetary Policy 248; Global Economics or Foreign Trade Topics 249; Inflation orDeflation and Its Impact on an Economy 256; Japanese Economic and Business Prac-tices 257; Market Economies or Free Enterprise 258; Nationalized or State-OwnedBusinesses 261; Regulated or Subsidized Industries 261; Tax or Fiscal Policy Issues 262;Transportation Industries (e.g., Airlines, Rail, Highways) 265; Unemployment Issues269; Wartime Economy 270; World War II's Aftermath 275

    Finance and Banking 277Banking Industry Activities 277; Bond Portfolios or Bond Markets 281; CompanyTakeover Issues or Merger-Acquisitions Topics 282; Consumer Credit Industry 287;Corporate Finance Decisions 288; Dividend Policies or Strategies 296; Initial PublicOfferings 296; Institutional Investment 297; International Finance 298; InvestmentBanking, Private Equity, Capital Markets and Venture Capital Issues 300; PubliclyTraded Companies or Disclosure Process 302; Real Estate Issues 304; Securities andInvestment Analysis 306; Shareholder Relations or Shareholder Value Issues 308;Socially Responsible Investments 310

    Business Law 311Anti-Trust Laws and Situations 311; Arbitration or Negotiation Activity 313; Bank-ruptcy Issues 314; Commercial Liability Issues 315; Consumer Interests and Protection315; Contracts and Agreements 317; Estate, Trusts or Inheritance Topics 317; Ethics orDishonesty Issues 317; Governmental Impact or Regulation 321; Insurance or RiskManagement Issues 324; Intellectual Property Topics or Trade Secrets 325; JudicialAction or Litigation 327; Role of Attorneys 327

    Accounting 328Accounts Receivable Strategy 328; Assets Issues Concerning Accounting 329; AuditIssues 329; Cash Flow Issues 329; Depreciation Methods 330; FASB or GAAP State-ments 330; General Accounting Principles and Issues 331; Inflation Accounting 332;International Accounting Issues 332; Inventory Management Issues 333; Management orCost Accounting Topics 334; Operating or Other Budget Topics 337; Other FinancialAccounting Topics 338; Pension Accounting Topics 340; Role of Accountants 340; TaxAccounting Strategies 341

    Decision Sciences 341Flow Charts or Decision Trees 341; Mathematical or Statistical Analysis for Problem Solv-ing Purposes 342; Operational Research Topics 344; Utilization of Graphic Displays 345

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    Information Systems 346Automation or Computerization and Its Impact 346; Computer Privacy or ComputerEthics Issues 350; Computer Security Issues 350; Computer Software Industry or Issues350; Information or Network Based Economy 351; Systems Management or Mainte-nance 352; Telecommunication or Network Issues 356; Workforce or Marketplace Inte-gration with Technology 356

    Operations and Production 358Computer Aided Design or Manufacturing 358; Engineers and Engineering 359; Fac-tory Operations 359; Factory Locations 360; Manufacturing Resource Planning 362;Manufacturing Systems 364; Materials and Supply Chain Management 366; ProductCosts 369; Product Development and Time to Market 370; Project Analysis 371;Quality Control Issues 371; Reengineering Issues 373; Technological Change 373

    Public Policy 374Business-Government Interaction 374; Domestic Politics 377; Foreign Policy or Inter-national Affairs 378; National Defense Issues 378; Public Administration 381; Urban Regional Affairs 383

    Social Behavior, Race, Culture and Religion 384

    Science 387Importance of Scientific Research 387

    Importance of Education Articles 389

    Author Index 391

    Title Index 414

    Subject Index 458