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Author: Stanford University. Department of Economics.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Collection includes correspondence between the head of the department and the dean's office pertaining to curriculum, staffing, enrollments, budgets, and other administrative matters, 1945-55. Correspondents include Merrill K. Bennett, Bernard F. Haley, Clarence H. Faust, Edward S. Shaw, Ray Faulkner, and Kenneth J. Arrow. Of note in these files are correspondence and forms from the ASSU on a proposed faculty rating  Read more...
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Named Person: Kenneth J Arrow; Merrill Kelley Bennett; Ray Nelson Faulkner; Clarence Henry Faust; Bernard Francis Haley; Edward S Shaw
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Stanford University. Department of Economics.
OCLC Number: 122500378
Description: 1 linear ft.

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Collection includes correspondence between the head of the department and the dean's office pertaining to curriculum, staffing, enrollments, budgets, and other administrative matters, 1945-55. Correspondents include Merrill K. Bennett, Bernard F. Haley, Clarence H. Faust, Edward S. Shaw, Ray Faulkner, and Kenneth J. Arrow. Of note in these files are correspondence and forms from the ASSU on a proposed faculty rating system, 1950, and a report on grade distributions in lower level courses in all schools for the 1948/49 year (both in box 1, folder 3). Other records include correspondence, minutes, reports, proposals and syllabi pertaining to national emergency courses, 1941-43; the Ford Foundation grant for research in economics, 1950-62; the proposed program in American studies, 1953; and the Committee on International Studies, 1947-48. The collection also includes annual reports from the department to the President, 1951-61.

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