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September 18 , 2003
 Papers & Presentations

Papers & Presentations

Drs. Sudhir K. Saha and Peruvemba Jaya, both professors in the Faculty of Business Administration, presented a research paper titled Voluntary Versus Involuntary Affirmative Action: Which is More Effective as a Tool for Reducing Discrimination in Employment of Minority Groups? at the Eastern Academy of Management International Conference, Managing in a Global Economy X, held in Oporto, Portugal, June 20-24. Dr. Saha was also recognized at the gala dinner of the conference for the work he did as the proceedings editor for such a prestigious international conference, a meeting place for scholars in the management field from all over the world.

Dr. Jean M. Snook, German and Russian, had A Tale of Two Monuments: Social Cricitism in Brentano's Geschichte vom braven Kasperl und dem schönen Annerl published in Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, in September 2003 (Vol. 39, No. 3).

Dr. Graham Shorrocks, English, recently returned from Riga, Latvia, where he attended the fourth International Congress of Dialectologists and Geolinguists (ICDG) held at the University of Latvia. He delivered a methodological paper titled What Constitutes Valid Evidence in Dialectology?

Dr. James P. Feehan, Economics, presented a paper entitled Productivity-enhancing Public Services: Collective Property versus Common Property, at Prague's University of Economics in the Czech Republic, Aug. 25. The paper was co-authored with Raymond Batina of Washington State University.




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