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The HarvardBusiness ReviewAnnotated BibliographyAll Articles, 1922 through 2007, withIndexes to Authors, Titles and SubjectsSTEPHEN K. JOHNSONMcFarland & Company, Inc., PublishersJefferson, North Carolina, and LondonTable of ContentsPreface 1T H E BIBLIOGRAPHY 3Management 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 145Marketing 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;Table of Contents viRetailing, 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 208Strategy 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 221Economics 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 275Finance 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 310Business 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 327Accounting 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 341Decision 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 345vii Table of ContentsInformation 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 356Operations 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 373Public 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 383Social Behavior, Race, Culture and Religion 384Science 387Importance of Scientific Research 387Importance of Education Articles 389Author Index 391Title Index 414Subject Index 458


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