Technical Reports

"Studies of U.S. Coal Export Potential."

Public/Private: A Journal for Public-Private Partnerships. Denver: University of Colorado/Center for Public-Private Management, March/April 1983 (with J. Gellici). 

"Sit, Fight, Join, or Run: Some Thoughts on Productivity, Competition, and Substitution in the Non-Ferrous Metals Industries."

In Mines Magazine, Colorado School of Mines, May 1983, pp. 12-13. Reprinted as "Will the Bad Times End for the Minerals Industry?" Guest Editorial in the Denver Post, March 24, 1983. 

"Energy Outlook for the Rocky Mountain States."

In Regional Perspectives on Energy Issues. New York, Conference Board Report #825, 1982. 

"Help From Above: How and How Much?"

Public Welfare Journal. Winter, 1979 (with W.F. Anderson, J.J. Gunther, and P.L. Posner).

"Political Implications of the Taxing and Expenditure Limitation Movement."

In Selma Mushkin (ed.). Proposition 13 and Its Consequences for Public Management. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Council for Applied Social Research, 1979. 




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