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Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Original Deposit of January 2002 (Acc. 2002-003)

University of Texas San Antonio

Inventory of the University of Texas at San Antonio: College of Business Records, 1974-2000



Descriptive Summary

Creator: University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Business
Title: University of Texas at San Antonio: College of Business Records.
Dates: 1974-2000
Creator Abstract: The College of Business was one of the first five colleges established at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Its first dean was E. D. Hodo, with subsequent deans including James F. Gaertner, Bruce Bublitz, and Lynda Y. de la Viña. The College of Business has overseen a number of research institutes, including the Institute for Studies in Business (ISB), the Center for Studies in Business, Economics, and Human Resources, the Human Resources and Development Program, Center for Global Entrepreneurship, and the Center for Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship (CITE).
Content Abstract: The accession contains reports created by various research institutes of the College of Business, including the Institute for Studies in Business (ISB), the Center for Studies in Business, Economics, and Human Resources, and the Human Resources and Development Program. The reports primarily concern the social sciences, including research reports on commerce, labor, industry, economic history and conditions, and finance. Other topics include American and Texas history, technology, psychology, and special aspects of education.
Identification: UA 7
Extent: 3 linear feet (3 Boxes)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Historical Note

Established in 1973, the College of Business was one of the first five colleges established at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Its first dean was E. D. Hodo, with subsequent deans including James F. Gaertner, Bruce Bublitz, and Lynda Y. de la Viña.

The College of Business has overseen a number of research institutes, including the Institute for Studies in Business (ISB), the Center for Studies in Business, Economics, and Human Resources, the Human Resources and Development Program, Center for Global Entrepreneurship, and the Center for Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship (CITE).

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Scope and Content Note

The accession contains reports created by various research institutes of the College of Business, including the Institute for Studies in Business (ISB), the Center for Studies in Business, Economics, and Human Resources, and the Human Resources and Development Program. Additional reports were created in cooperation with College of Business centers; the Hispanic Research Center teamed with the ISB to create several of the reports.

The reports primarily concern the social sciences, including research reports on commerce, labor, industry, economic history and conditions, and finance. Other topics include American and Texas history, technology, psychology, and special aspects of education. Some bibliographies are included among the reports.

This collection is housed at UTSA's HemisFair Park Campus and must be accessed via the Institute of Texan Cultures Special Collections Reading Room. To request access, please use our Collections Request Form.

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Organization of Collection

Original Deposit of January 2002 (Acc. 2002-003)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions on the materials for research purposes, and the collection is open to the public.

Usage Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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Index Terms

Organizations
University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Business.
University of Texas at San Antonio--History.
Subjects
Universities and colleges--History--20th century.
Universities and colleges--Texas--San Antonio.
Labor--Research.
Industries--Research.
Economic history--Research.
United States--History--Research.
Appropriate technology--Research.
Psychology--Research.
Education--Research.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.)--History--20th century.
Genres/Formats
Research (document genres).
Reports.
Technical reports.
Publications.
Local Subjects
UTSA History
UTSA Records

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Related Material

Other materials created by the College of Business may be found in the UTSA University Archives Vertical File, UA 1.03. Finding aid available: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00247/utsa-00247.html (Accessed June 30, 2009).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business Records, UA 7, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Transferred to the University Archives from the UTSA College of Business in January 2002 (Acc. 2002-003).

Processing Information

Encoded by Angela McClendon Ossar, University Archivist. More detailed processing is not anticipated at this time.

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Other Finding Aid

All reports in accession 2002-003 have been cataloged individually. More information about individual titles may be found by searching the titles through the University of Texas at San Antonio Library's online catalog, UCAT.

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Inventory of the University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business Records

 

Original Deposit of January 2002 (Acc. 2002-003)

The accession contains reports created by various research institutes of the College of Business, including the Institute for Studies in Business (ISB), the Center for Studies in Business, Economics, and Human Resources, and the Human Resources and Development Program. Additional reports were created in cooperation with College of Business centers; the Hispanic Research Center teamed with the ISB to create several of the reports.
Reports are arranged by Library of Congress subject subdivisions. With the predominance of reports classified with call numbers beginning with HD and HF, Box 1 contains the remaining call numbers, ranging from BF-Z (including some HD call numbers). Box 2 contains reports with call numbers beginning with HD (the classification used for Industries. Land Use. Labor). Box 3 contains reports with call numbers beginning with HF (the classification used for Commerce).
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1 1987 San Antonio Wage Survey Report / prepared by The Institute for Studies in Business, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Background and demand for engineering training and need for engineers in South Texas / by Lynda de la Viña, Jesse T. Zapata, Richard Harris
Brief For a Round Table Discussion On The Future of San Antonio: A Human Resource and Economic Development Perspective / by Antonio Furino
Business Plan For the Effective Expansion of Broadband Capabilities In San Antonio Schools: Final Report/ Prepared for: The SBC Foundation and the City of San Antonio/ Presented by: The Institute for Studies in Business, College of Business, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Case of Subutilization and Misallocation of Human Capital Resources : The Cubans in the United States / by Antonio Jorge, Raul Moncarz
CETA reauthorization : a round table discussion / by Henry G. Cisneros, Antonio Furino, Gene Rodriguez
Correlates of career progression among Mexican American college graduates / by Sammy B. Gould
Cuban Influx into South Florida: Culture, Entrepreneurship and the Emergence of New Growth Patterns in an Advanced Society / by Antonio Jorge, Raul Moncarz.
Discriminant analysis of career related attitudes, strategies and progress between Anglo and Mexican-American females / by Yolanda Penley
Economic growth and change along the U.S.- Mexican border: the case of Brownsville, Texas
Effects of occupational share, labor force growth female share between two time periods on the number of women employed / by Lynda Y. de la Viña
Factors Affecting Nutrition Interest and Motivation in American Consumers / by Joel G. Saegert, Ph.D.
Farm worker programs under CETA and the U.S. Employment Service : overview and assessment / by Refugio I. Rochin
Forecasting project quality through signals : an empirical study / by Dev Prasad
Future of San Antonio : a human resource and economic development perspective / edited by Henry G. Cisneros, Antonio Furino
Gender differences among Mexican American youth : a synthesis of results from Texas research, 1967-1980 / by William P. Kuvlesky
Hispanic workers in the United States labor market -- employment issues, problems, and programs, 1960-1980 : a bibliography / by Gerald E. Poyo, Lynda De La Viña, Edna A. Olivo
Impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement on Mexican American workers in South Texas / by Avelardo Valdez, John P. McCray, David Thomas
Indicators of upward mobility among Mexican-American college graduates / by Sam Gould
Key business ratios of minority-owned businesses : analysis and policy implications / William C. Scott, Antonio Furino, Eugene Rodriguez, Jr.
Measurement of organizational and professional commitment : a test of the psychometric properties of two commonly used instruments / Dennis M. Bline, Dennis Duchon, Wilda F. Meixner
Southwest Public Forum on Appropriate Technology Southwest region San Antonio, Texas October 6, 1978, volume I
Southwest Public Forum on Appropriate Technology Southwest region San Antonio, Texas October 6, 1978, volume II
Southwest Public Forum on Appropriate Technology Southwest region San Antonio, Texas October 6, 1978, volume III
Role of the social scientist in human resource development policy and programs for Hispanics : a National Symposium on Hispanics and CETA / sponsored by the Human Resources Management and Development Program, College of Business, the University of Texas at San Antonio, in cooperation with Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor
SALMIS 1991: Occupational Rankings Report
SALMIS 1991: Supply/Demand Comparisons
SALMIS 1992: Supply/Demand Comparisons
SALMIS 1993 : occupational ranking report / Institute for Studies in Business, the University of Texas at San Antonio
San Antonio Industries Report, 1984
San Antonio Labor Market Information System Final Report / by Sam Gould, Project director; Gail Wilson; John Romanek and Lynda de la Vina, Principle Investigators
Selection and work group integration of unemployed Mexican Americans into CETA public service employment : a case study / principle investigators, Sam Gould and Larry E. Penley
SER ESL evaluation / by Dr. Barbara Gonzalez and Dr. Robert Milk
Study of the educational and career experiences of Anglo and Hispanic college of business graduates / Sam Gould, project director, and Lynda Y. de la Vina, principal investigator
Supply/Demand Comparisons: Selected Occupations
Undocumented migration from Mexico : some geographical questions / by Richard C. Jones
Variations in perceived adequacy of communication / by Larry E. Penley
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2 1989 San Antonio Wage Survey Report of 1988 Wages
1990 San Antonio Wage Survey Report of April, 1990 Wages
1991 San Antonio Wage Survey Summary Report of April, 1991 Wages
1992 San Antonio Wage Survey Summary Report: June, 1992 Wages / Prepared for the Alamo Area Private Industry Council
1993 San Antonio Wage Survey Report : June, 1993 wages / prepared for the San Antonio Works Board
1994 San Antonio Wage Survey Report: June 1994 Wages
1995 San Antonio Wage Survey Summary Report: May 1995 Wages / Prepared for the Economic Development Foundation
Aircraft and Parts Manufacturing Industry in San Antonio
Analysis of portfolio insurance strategies : a simulation study / Lalatendu Misra, Atul Gupta
Centro 21 Downtown Housing Survey Comments by Respondents / a report prepared for Centro 21 by Center for Studies in Business, Economics, and Human Resources College of Business The University of Texas at San Antonio
Conveying project quality through signals : an empirical study of initial offerings / by Dev Prasad
Evaluation of the CETA Assessment Process in San Antonio / by Steven L. Christopherson and Kenneth W. Wunderlich
JTPA Placement Project: Prepared for the San Antonio Works Board and the City of San Antonio Department of Community Initiatives, by The University of Texas at San Antonio's Institute for Studies in Business
Leadership: a state of mind / by Robert H. Lengel and John P. McCray
Needs Assessment Study of Texas Manufacturing Firms Affected by Import Competition/ Prepared for: The Southwest Adjustment Assistance Center
Planning Human Resources Development At The Local Level : a regional training seminar for manpower planners : workbook / Antonio Furino, Henry Cisneros.
Relationship of Executive Officers' Decision Making Role in Organizations To Various Personal Attributes, Nature of Decision Situation, and Leadership Style of CEO
Toward a New Innovative CETA Program For San Antonio / by Ronald M. Ayers and Gary W. Houston
Visitor Industry in San Antonio: Prepared for the Private Industry Council
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3 Academic Accountant's Commitment to Education and the University / by Dennis M. Bline
Affirmative Action Training Program For Women Employed in Local Government: The Final Report on a Project Funded by the Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System under Title I, Higher Education Act of 1965 and Implemented by The Center for Studies in Business, Economics and Human Resources, College of Business, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Alienation and Market System Development: Lessons For the Multinational Marketer / Marye Tharp Hilger and Lee D. Dahringer
Analysis of Career Involvement Among Municipal Employees / by Sam Gould
Analysis of career patterns and problems among Mexican-American college graduates / by Sam Gould, principal investigator
Assessing The Impact of Buying-Selling Situations On Bid Selection Criteria / submitted by Raydel Tullous and J. Michael Munson
Assessment of Military Expenditures In The Middle East, 1935-1985 / by Bobby Apostolakis, Vol. 12, No. 3
Balanced Budget Water Conservation: Innovative Pricing and Acquisition By Water Districts / by Robert A. Collinge
Comparative Study of Microcomputer Statistical Packages / by Lynda Y. de la Vina, Ph.D.
Comparison of Industry and Occupational Employment Estimates Derived From OES and Census Data Sources / by Sam Gould; Gail Wilson and John Romanek
Critical Overview of The Evolutionary Approach to Air Pollution Abatement Policy / by John Merrifield
Current legal issues in medical technology / by Daphne D. Sipes
Demand for mortgage related securities / Lynda Y. de la Vina ; Winfield Betty
Development and testing of a product warning pamphlet : research in external organizational communication / by C. Donald Porterfield and Joel G. Saegert and Lewis Mandell
Do Shareholding Levels or Underwriting Commission and Discount Signal Project Quality: An Empirical Study of Master Limited Partnership Initial Public Offerings / by Dev Prasad
Effects of Individual Differences and Anonymity on Commitment to Decisions: Preliminary Evidence / by V. Srinivasan Rao and Alan Monk
Efficient Policy for Palatable Prices / by Robert A. Collinge
Employee turnover in public accounting : a new perspective / by James F. Gaertner ; Paul E. W. Hemmeter ; Marshall K. Pitman
Environmental complexity and the level of information processing : an experimental study of introductory accounting students / by R. Mark Alford and Thomas P. Edmonds
Finding Integer Efficient Solutions For Multiple Objective Network Programming Problems / by Minghe Sun
Franchising and Success In Small Business Operation / by Antonio Furino; Sandy Cook and John Romanek / with a discussion of the franchising contract by Paul Bartlett
Functional approach to improving the effectiveness of persuasive communications : matching message with functional profile / W. Austin Spivey and J. Michael Munson and William B. Locander
How to design privatization to achieve optimal supply incentives and optimal public revenues / by Robert A. Collinge
Illegal Insider Trading, Information Dissemination, and Stock Price Behavior in Corporate Takeovers/ by Atul Gupta and Lalatendu Misra
Improving manpower training in bilingual areas / by Barbara Gonzalez, Robert Milk
Improving MBA teaching evaluation : insight from critical incident methodology / by W. Austin Spivey and David F. Caldwell
Information Inherent in Implicit Distributions by Ako Doffou
Initial Public Offerings: Common Stocks vs. Master Limited Partnership Units / by Dev Prasad and Andreas Merikas
Insider Trading: A Synthesis / by Ako Doffou
Institutional and Political Factors which Influence Taxation / by John Merrifield.
Interactive Multiple Objective Programming Procedure Using TCHEBYCHEFF Programs and Feed-Forward Artificial Neural Networks / by Minghe Sun, Vol. 15, No. 1
Investigation of the information processing framework of organizational communication / by Larry E. Penley
Multiperiod Assignments For Human Systems Design / by Dennis Drinka
Multiple Objective Network Model for Human Resource Planning and an Implementation of the Interactive Weighted TCHEBYCHEFF Method/ by Dennis Drinka, Vol. 15, No. 2
Policy For the Efficient Entry and Exit of Polluting Firms and Victims / by Robert A. Collinge
Positive model of the export decision process / by Mary Tharp Hilger
Pricing Currency Options Under Stochastic Interest Rates and Jump-Diffusion Processes /by Ako Doffou
Procedures For Finding Nondominated Solutions For Multiple Objective Network Programming Problems/ by Minghe Sun
Professional and Job Related Attitudes and the Behaviors They Influence Among Professional Government Accountants / by Dennis M. Bline and Wilda F. Meixner
Psychographics of nutrition enthusiasts : a profile of health food users, final report to The Office of Competitive Grants, The United States Department of Agriculture / by Joel Saegert, Eleanor A. Young
Research perspectives of recent accounting doctorates / by Kenneth Danko and Marshall Pitman
Response rates to mail questionnaires in an ethnic minority population / by Joel Saegert and Dawn Patrice Deiter
Selected working papers, 1980-1981 / by Lynda Y. de la Vina ... [et al.]
Something Old and Something New - Using Electronic Groups to Teach Historic Practices in Accounting / by Sandra Welch; Sarah Holmes; Orion J. Welch, Vol. 19, No. 1
Status of and opportunities for minorities in small business / by Antonio Furino; Eugene Rodriguez, Jr.; William L. Scott
Status of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting Education in Master of PA/A Programs / by Robert V. Egenholf, PhD, CPA and Fred Nordhauser, Ph.D., CPA
Tabu Machine: A New Neural Network Solution Approach for Combinatorial Optimization Problems / by Minghe Sun
Tabu Search Heuristic Procedure For Solving the Transportation Problem With Exclusionary Side Constraints / by Minghe Sun
Tabu Search Heuristic Procedure For the Fixed Charge Transportation Problem / by Minghe Sun; Jay E. Aronson; Patrick G. McKeown; Dennis Drinka
Testing a Jump-Diffusion Stochastic Interest Rates Model in Currency Options Markets / by Ako Doffou
Two Dimensional Data Adjustment Problems and An Extension To Adjustment Techniques / by Dennis Drinka
Using Flexible Regression To Estimate Non-linear Cost Functions
Using Statistical Models To Detect Leaks in Underground Storage Tanks / by Jerome P. Keating
Warm-Start Routines for Solving Multiple Objective Network Programming Problems / by Minghe Sun
Why marketing should quit giving subliminal advertising the benefit of the doubt / by Joel Saegert
Work Involvement: A Comparison of Dual Career and Single Career Families / by Sam Gould and James D. Werbel
Worker Traits Profile: Selected Occupations
Zero base budgeting : problem of interdependencies / by Lynda Y. de la Vina and William McCulloch

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