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    Memo from the Executive Reorganization Office to the Executive Committee

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    A memo from the Executive Reorganization Office to the Executive Committee that includes recommendations regarding the executive branch.https://scholarworks.umt.edu/montanaconstitution/1220/thumbnail.jp

    Reorganization Plan No. 10

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    This reorganization plan concerns the creation of the South Carolina Board of Health and Environmental Control and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control through the consolidation of the following agencies or bodies : the State Board of Health, the Executive Committee of the State Board of Health, the State Department of Health and the State Pollution Control Authority

    Reorganization?

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    Bank supervision ; Banking law ; Task Group on Regulation of Financial Services

    Reorganization

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    One of the productive activities engaging the work force is reorganizing. When factors of production are better matched, productivity is higher. The probabilistic matching model of Diamond, Mortensen, and others provides a way to make the idea of reorganization precise. Because the flow of organizational effort generates benefits lasting well into the future, it is appropriate to think of organizational capital. Unemployment-job seeking-is one of the inputs to organization. The flow of organizational effort represented by unemployment is analogous to the flow of physical investment. When an adverse technology shock causes job destruction, the economy substitutes the formation of new organizational capital for the flow of output. An increase in the interest rate can cause intertemporal substitution toward lower job destruction and less reorganization, but this effect may not come into play for a brief unexpected increase, and may be overwhelmed by intertemporal substitution in physical capital.

    Reorganizing Corrections: Revisiting the Recommendations of the National Advisory Commission

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    In 1973 the National Advisory Commission on Standards and Goals recommended that correctional services be consolidated under a single state agency, arguing that cost efficiencies, improved communication, and greater employee professionalism would result. The National Advisory Commission advocated state rather than local control of probation, and executive rather than judicial branch control of probation services. It encouraged development of regional rather than local jails and recommended that states assume the operation and control of all local detention and correctional functions. This paper examines some of the arguments for consolidation of correctional services and attempts to determine the kinds of reorganization that have occurred since 1973.BACKGROUND / Reorganizing Institutional Corrections / Reorganizing Probation / Reorganizing Parole / REORGANIZATION OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES / Institutional Reorganization / Reorganization of Probation / Reorganization of Parole / THE FUTURE OF CORRECTIONAL REORGANIZATION / Juvenile Corrections / Adult Probation / Local Facilities / REFERENCE

    Preserving Value in the Post-BAPCPA Era — An Empirical Study

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    Through the use of a multivariate regression model, this article studies the effect on debtor reorganization values of the shortened reorganization timeframe imposed by the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (“BAPCPA”). The study shows that BAPCPA is positively correlated at a statistically significant level with higher reorganization recoveries. This result is attributed to the increased proportion of prepackaged and prenegotiated bankruptcies observed in the post-2005 era, as these “fast-track” bankruptcy cases entail lower costs and better preserve the firm’s value

    Reorganization for Police Protection

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    Preserving Value in the Post-BAPCPA Era — An Empirical Study

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    Through the use of a multivariate regression model, this article studies the effect on debtor reorganization values of the shortened reorganization timeframe imposed by the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (“BAPCPA”). The study shows that BAPCPA is positively correlated at a statistically significant level with higher reorganization recoveries. This result is attributed to the increased proportion of prepackaged and prenegotiated bankruptcies observed in the post-2005 era, as these “fast-track” bankruptcy cases entail lower costs and better preserve the firm’s value

    CONSIDERATIONS ON REORGANIZATION. A COMPARISON OF REORGANIZATION RATES IN EASTERN EUROPE

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    In our paper, we discuss reorganization from two points of view: its purpose and the choice between reorganization and liquidation, by reviewing the existing literature. After setting an appropriate theoretical base for interpretation, we focus on comparireorganization rate, reorganization versus liquidation, Eastern Europe
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