PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS
"What To Do With the Dropout?" The New Republic ,
October 1962. (co-author)
"The Minority Child and the Schools." The Progressive, Nov. 1962.
"Some Problems in the Treatment of Minority Group Youngsters in Los Angeles
Schools," The Journal of Negro Education,Spring 1963. (lead-author)
"Depressed Areas: Alternative Approaches and Programs," Chap. 5, Final
Report on Hard-Core Unemployment and Poverty in Los Angeles, U.S. Dept.
of Commerce, Area Redevelopment Administration, 1965.
"Unemployment and Public Transportation in Los Angeles," Ibid.
"A Survey of Redevelopment Agencies in New York and Philadelphia," Ibid.
California Legislature, Report on the Education of Children in the Ghetto
School: A Legislative Program for Reform. Sacramento, 1970.
"Black Professional Manpower and the City," New Generation, vol. 53,
No. 2, Spring 1971.
"The Unfinished Business of Minority Education," Ch. 10, U.S. D.H.E.W.,
Report on Higher Education, Wash., D.C.: March 1972.
"Performance Improvement and Community Education Grants", in Final Report
to the Senate Select Committee on School District Finance, Volume 1, Sacramento,
California Legislature, Joint Committee on the Master Plan Higher Education,
Blacks and Higher Education in California, 1972. (Editor and Lead
The School Finance Revolution: Its Meaning for the BlackCommunity, Monograph
in series published by the National Urban League Education Task Force,
"Alternative Schooling Models for Los Angeles," Proceedings of Hearings
by the Commission on Educational Governance, National Committee for Citizens
in Education, October 1974.
"The School Finance Crisis and the Black Administrator," Paper delivered
at the Atlanta University Summer Institute on Public School Finance, June
1974. Published in Consortium Currents, Winter, 1974.
PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS (Continued)
"The Black Child and Equity in School Finance: Analysis and Alternatives"
Paper delivered at the Public Policy Series, Harvard Graduate School of
Education, March 1974. Published in Journal of Negro Education, Volume
44, No. 3, Summer 1975.
"Revenues and Revenue Limits: The General Provisions of California School
Finance," Published by the California Department of Education, (Job No.
"Two Cases of School Site Lump-Sum Budgeting: Review and Critique,"
(Washington, D.C.: National Urban Coalition), Winter 1977.
"California, The Self-Determination in Education Act, 1968" in Parents,
Teachers, and Children (San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies)
"Proposition 13 Effects on the Summer Program for Economically Disadvantaged
Youth in California," Monograph in series published by the U.S. Department
of Labor, Fall 1978.
"The Summer Program for Economically Disadvantaged Youth in Los Angeles
County," Monograph in series published by M.D.C. Inc. of Duke University,
"Capitalization Effects of Proposition 13 in California," Grant 929-79.
Published by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1980.
"Residential Location Effects of School Finance Reform," Grant No. NIE-P-79-0085,
Published by U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, January
"The Capitalization Effects of Proposition Thirteen, Unpublished Ph.D.
Southern California Rapid Transit District General Planning Consultant:
Technical Memorandum 4. California Case Study Documentation. August
1984, Monograph distributed by SCRTD Planning Department.
Los Angeles Business Labor Council, "A Labor Supply and Demand Forecasting
Model," July 1984.
"Proposition 13 and the Inter-jurisdictional Capitalization Hypothesis
in Southern California," Paper presented to the Western Economic Association,
"Allocation of Educational Resources in California," Monograph distributed
by Los Angeles Unified School District, May 1986.
PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS (Continued)
"Technology, Education and the Multi-Cultured Society," Paper presented
to the National University Continuing Education Association-CHEL Project
Forum, October 1987.
Review of "An Introduction to Statistics: Concepts and Applications"
by Martin Sternstein, (Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Company, 1987).
"Capitalization Effects of the 'Invisible Foot': Another test of the
Tiebout Hypothesis," Paper presented to the Western Regional Science
Association, February 1988.
"Using the Plot Procedure in Economics" Proceedings of the 16th
Annual SAS Users Group International, SAS Institute, Inc., 1991. pp.
Review of Urban Economics, Fourth Edition, by Edwin S. Mills and Bruce
W. Hamilton, (Glenview, Illinois, Scott, Foresman and Co., 1992)
"The Economic Impact of the Croson Decision on Minority Contractors,"
Eastern Economic Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., October 1992
"The Economics of the Motion Picture Industry in Southern California,"
Western Economic Association Annual Meeting, Lake Tahoe, June, 1993.
"Economic Overview of the San Diego Market Area," Chapter 3 of Report
to Agencies Participating in the San Diego Disparity Study, submitted December,
Review of Urban Economics, Fifth Edition, by Edwin S. Mills and Bruce
W. Hamilton, (Glenview, Ill., Scott, Foresman and Co., 1994)
"New Technologies for the Teaching of Economic Principles," A colloquium
of the Department of Economics at LMU, April 1995.
Review of Modern Labor Economics: Theory and Public Policy, Sixth Edition,
by Ronald G. Ehrenberg and Robert S. Smith. (New York, NY, HarperCollins
College Publishers, 1996)
"An Educational Production Function for Colleges of a Private University,"
Atlantic Economic Association Annual Meeting, October 1996.
“Higher Education Production Functions,” Western Regional Science Association
Annual Meeting, Hawaii, February 1997.
Review of The Economics of Cities and Suburbs, William Bogart (NJ, Prentice
Investment Foundations. Video prepared for Lecture Series of Learning
Bridge, Inc., Spring,1999.
Investment Strategies. Video prepared for Lecture Series of Learning
Bridge, Inc. Spring, 1999
“College Enrollment and the Alchian-Allen Theorem.” Business and
Economics for the 21st Century, Vol. III. Demetri Kantarelis, ed.
Worcester, Massachusetts. November 1999, pp. 305-321.
“Production and Gains From Trade,” Presentation at NSF sponsored workshop
at College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, February, 2001
“Transparency in Economics Courses: Preparing to Implement Hansen’s Proficiencies.”
Paper delivered to European Applied Business Research Conference in Venice,
Italy. June 22, 2003.
“The Civil Rights Movement as Economic History,” Presentation to Civil
Rights Groups at the Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles, California, January
“Labor and the Civil Rights Movement,” Presentation to AFL-CIO gathering
at Watts Labor Community Action Center, Los Angeles, California, January
“The Impact of the Civil Rights Movement on Southern Economic Development,”
Presentation to Civil Rights Organizations at the Museum of Tolerance,
Los Angeles, California, January, 2004.
“Passing the Torch of Civil Rights to a New Generation” Keynote Address
at Kente Graduation, Ralph Bunche Center of African American Studies, UCLA
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