Ullmann, John E(manuel)
ULLMANN, John E(manuel)
ULLMANN, John E(manuel). American (born Austria), b. 1923. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, Economics, Military/Defense/Arms control, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, Professor of Mgmt., 1961-94, Chairman, Dept. of Mgmt., Marketing and Quantitative Methods, 1961-73, Professor Emeritus, 1994-. Consulting Engineer. Publications: Waste Disposal Problems in Selected Industries, 1969; (with S. Gluck) Manufacturing Management, 1969, 1981; Potential Civilian Markets for the Military Electronics Industry, 1970; Business and Technical Determinants of Innovation, 1973; Quantitative Methods in Management, 1976; The Suburban Economic Network, 1977; The Improvement of Productivity, 1980; Social Costs in Modern Society, 1983; The Prospects of American Industrial Recovery, 1985; (ed.) A Handbook of Engineering Management, 1986, The Anatomy of Industrial Decline, 1988. Contributor of articles to professional journals. Address: 2518 Norwood Ave, Bellmore, NY 11710, U.S.A.