Faculty in the Orfalea College of Business conduct research that advances theory, informs practice, and improves our understanding of the complex interface between technology, human behavior, organizations and markets. Their research addresses real-world problems, involves students when appropriate, influences public and regulatory policies, and contributes to experiential-based learning. The departmental areas promote and maintain a multitude of opportunities for industry to advise and further the interests of students and faculty.

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Submissions from 1988

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Expenditures and Receipts in State and Local Government Finances: Reply, Michael L. Marlow and Neela Manage

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Controlling Leviathan Through Tax Reduction, Michael L. Marlow and William Orzechowski

Submissions from 1987

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Expenditures and Receipts: Testing for Causality in State and Local Government Finances, Michael L. Marlow and Neela Manage

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Measuring Market Power as Competition Over Time, Michael L. Marlow and George E. Wright

Submissions from 1986

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Private Sector Shrinkage and the Growth of Industrialized Economies, Michael L. Marlow

Submissions from 1985

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Federal Budget Cuts: Bureaucrats Trim the Meat, Not the Fat: Comment, Michael L. Marlow

Submissions from 1984

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Bank Structure and Mortgage Rates: Reply, Michael L. Marlow

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Market Structure and Rivalry: New Evidence with a Non-Linear Model, Michael L. Marlow, John P. Link, and Robert P. Trost

Submissions from 1982

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The Economics of Enforcement: The Case of OSHA, Michael L. Marlow