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    • Caddy Grips 

      Andrews, Julian Christopher (2016-12)
      With the rise and fall of Tiger Woods, the sport of golf has been in a critical juncture where it needs to find innovate ways to not only maintain interest but increase participation in the game. This paper is a brief ...
    • “Call It “Pulling a Trump”: You Don’t Actually Have to Be Winning — Just Look like You Are” 

      Watkins, Dwight (Salon, 2017-01-11)
      Donald Trump has to be the first president-elect in the history of the United States to hit the campaign trail after he won. It’s the dumbest thing I’ve seen in my life: The president-elect, or even a person who is trying ...
    • Can highly controlled management environments change sub-national federal grants management? 

      Richardson, Valerie J. (2009-10)
      This study examines grants management at the sub-national level. Specifically, the study sought to determine whether highly controlled management environments change sub-national federal grants management. Many previous ...
    • Canada’s Human Security Foreign Policy: Illuminating the Role of Ideas in Soft Power 

      Barqueiro, Carla (Aberystwyth University, 2009)
      This study entitled, Canada’s Human Security Foreign Policy: Illuminating the Role of Ideas in Soft Power, investigates the role of ideational factors in explaining foreign policy outcomes. Specifically, it examines the ...
    • Career Development of Women in Academia: Traversing the Leaky Pipeline 

      Gasser, Courtney E.; Shaffer, Katharine S. (The Professional Counselor, 2014-01)
      Women’s experiences in academia are laden with a fundamental set of issues pertaining to gender inequalities. A model reflecting women’s career development and experiences around their academic pipeline (or career ...
    • Career Self-Appraisals and Educational Aspirations of Diverse First-Year College Students 

      Gasser, Courtney E. (University of Baltimore Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences, 2013)
      This study examined the career, social, and academic self-appraisals and educational aspirations of first-year college students of diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds. Participants included 72 first-year students of Black, ...
    • A Case for Intergenerational Distributed Co-Design: The Online Kidsteam Example 

      Walsh, Greg; Foss, Elizabeth (14th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children, 2015-06)
      As more children’s technologies are designed to be used with a global audience, new tools need to be created to include more children’s voices in the design process. However, working with those children who are geographically ...
    • A case study approach to estimating the burden of research misconduct in publicly funded medical research 

      Gammon, Elizabeth (ProQuest LLC, 2009)
      The economic impact of research misconduct in medical research has been unexplored. While research misconduct in publicly funded medical research has increasingly been the object of discussion, public policy debate, ...
    • A case study of morphogenetic change in long-term offshoring 

      Mirani, Rajesh (Elsevier, 2013)
      This paper applies a morphogenetic change framework to the case study of a financial information services provider's relationships with offshore IT application vendors over a six year period, in order to discover the ...
    • A Case Study of the Implementation of Staff Training Aimed at Reducing Rearrest (STARR) 

      Clodfelter, Tammatha; Holcomb, Jefferson; Alexander, Melissa; Marcum, Catherine; Richards, Tara (United States Courts, 2016-06)
      Research on evidence-based correctional practices notes the critical importance of program implementation in assessing program effectiveness. In this article, the authors describe the implementation of a training program ...
    • A Case Study On Access to Justice and How to Improve It 

      Cotton, Michele (Journal of Law in Society, 2014)
      The "new legal realists" have been advocating for expansion in the scope and methods of empirical work in legal scholarship. For example, Howard Erlanger et al. have argued that we ought to be more concerned with "the ...
    • Case Study: Female-Friendly Policies in the Academe 

      Wyatt-Nichol, Heather (Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2011)
      This chapter explores the linkages between gendered public administration and structural inequalities in academia. Changing demographics highlight the importance of family-friendly policies in the workplace. According to ...
    • Cataloging Education and Cataloging Futures: An Interview with Allyson Carlyle 

      Dull, Margaret E. (Taylor & Francis, 2011-06)
      In February 2011, Margaret Dull interviewed Allyson Carlyle, Associate Professor and Chair of the Ph.D. program at the iSchool, University of Washington (Seattle, Washington). Carlyle shares her views on the current ...
    • CEO Tenure and Risk-Taking 

      Chen, Dong; Zheng, Yudan (2013)
      This paper conducts a systematic analysis of the effect of CEO tenure on risk-taking. We document an overall positive effect of tenure on risk-taking, which is inconsistent with viewing tenure primarily as an indicator of ...
    • CEO-Employee Pay Ratio and Bond Yield Spreads 

      Huang, Guan-Ying; Huang, Henry H.; Yu, Jerry (Social Science Research Network, 2018-01-25)
      This study explores the effect of CEO-employee pay ratio on bond yield spreads. We find that there exists a positive relation between CEO-employee pay ratio and bond yield spreads. Since bond yield spread has been used ...
    • Changes in the liquidity of closed-end country funds after the introduction of World Equity Benchmarks 

      Morse, Joel N.; Chen, Honghui; Nguyen, Hoang Huy (Elsevier, 2009-08)
      In 1996, the first exchange-traded funds (ETFs) designed to track a subset of the Morgan Stanley Capital International country indices were approved under the name World Equity Benchmarks (acronym “WEBS”TM). We examine the ...
    • Changing of the Guard: Interpretive Continuity of the 2005 Strong Interest Inventory 

      Bailey, Donna C.; Larson, Lisa M.; Borgen, Fred H.; Gasser, Courtney E. (Iowa State University, 2008-05-01)
      This study is the first to examine the equivalence of the 2005 Strong Interest Inventory with the 1994 Strong. The authors examine the parallel content scales of the two versions for female and male college students ...
    • The Charitable View in Partisan Politics 

      Kassner, Joshua J. (The Sun, 2015-04-23)
      As the 2016 presidential campaign season takes off, we are reminded that politics in the United States is trapped in a cycle of dysfunctional partisanship. And it's our fault. But — before we are caught up in the swirl of ...
    • Charitably App: Charity and the future of digital fundraising 

      Hammelburger, Yitzchok (2017-12)
      This app aims to help users with their charitable donations by giving them a platform where they can find trustworthy charities and easily allocate funds to them. Users are challenged with keeping track of their donations ...
    • Choice Overload and the Senior Population; Guidelines for a Designer. 

      Flamm, Sara L. (2019-05)
      Much research has been conducted and published regarding choice behavior and the concept that less is more. Too many choices can cause cognitive overload for users, lead to choice paralysis, and negative emotions. Past ...