Thomas H. Naylor's Biography

Professor Emeritus of Economics at Duke University, Thomas H. Naylor is a writer and a political activist who has taught at Middlebury College and the University of Vermont. For thirty years, he taught economics, management science, and computer science at Duke.

As an international management consultant specializing in strategic management, Dr. Naylor has advised major corporations and governments in over thirty countries. During the 1970s he was President of a 50-person computer software firm whose clients were Fortune 500 companies worldwide.

Professor Naylor was one of the first to predict in The New York Times the unexpected changes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, where he traveled frequently in the 1980s. From this experience he has concluded the American Empire, not unlike its former nemesis the USSR, has lost its moral authority and is no longer sustainable. This led him to help launch the Second Vermont Republic, Vermont’s independence movement, in 2003. Utne Magazine editor Jay Walljasper dubbed him “Tom Paine for the 21st century.”

The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Adbusters, Christian Science Monitor, The Nation, and Business Week have published his articles. He has appeared on ABC’s Nightline, CBS News, Fox News, CBC’s The National, CNN, C-SPAN2, BBC, National Public Radio, and Minnesota Public Radio. The most recent of his thirty books are Downsizing the U.S.A., Affluenza, and Secession. He is currently completing a book entitled Rebél. For additional information, visit www.vermontrepublic.org.

Thomas H. Naylor

Address– P.O. Box 544
Charlotte, Vermont 05445

Phone– (802) 425-4133

Born– May 30, 1936
Jackson, MS

Personal– Married to: Magdalena Raczkowska Naylor, MD, Ph.D.
Children: Susanne & Alexander

Education–

Millsaps College, B.S., 1958, Mathematics.
Columbia University, B.S., 1959, Industrial Engineering.
Indiana University, M.B.A., 1961, Quantitative Business Analysis.
Tulane University, Ph.D., 1964, Economics.

Duke University–

Assistant Professor of Economics, 1964-1966.
Associate Professor of Economics, 1966-1968.
Professor of Economics, 1968-1993.
Professor Emeritus of Economics, 1994-

Visiting Professor–

University of Wisconsin, 1969-1970
Middlebury College, 1993-1994
University of Vermont, 1994-1996

Administrative Experience–

Executive Director and Founder, L.Q.C. Lamar Society, 1969-1973.

President and Founder, SIMPLAN Systems, Inc., 1971-1980 (acquired by a German investment group).

Founder, Second Vermont Republic, 2003-

Consulting Experience–

Professor Naylor has served as a consultant to over one hundred organizations in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. His clients have included: IBM, McDonald’s, The New York Times, Squibb, Shell Oil, AT&T, S.C.Johnson, The White House, Burroughs Wellcome, Federal Reserve Bank, Bonnier Group, Finnish Broadcasting Company, and numerous state-owned enterprises in Hungary, Poland, and the Former Soviet Union.

Lecturing:

Has lectured in 40 countries. Among the institutions where he has lectured are Harvard Business School, Northwestern University, Indiana University, Monterrey Institute of Technology, University of Buenos Aires, Helsinki School of Economics, London Business School, University of Basle, University of Toronto, the Catholic University in Rio de Janeiro, University of Sao Paulo, INSEAD, Stockholm School of Economics, Columbia University, Purdue University, University of Virginia, University of Pennsylvania, Yale University, University of Chicago, University of Rochester, Soviet Academy of Sciences, University of Leningrad, University of Gothenburg, University of Lund, and University of Budapest.

Congressional Testimony–

1. Testified before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, July 14, 1987.

2. Testified before the Committee on Small Business, U.S. House of Representatives, September 30, 1988.

Honors:

Listed in Who’s Who in America, since 1978 and Who’s Who in the World, since 2003
Beta Gamma Sigma
Ron Hutchinson Award, Planning Executives Institute : 1982
Tulane University Graduate School – Alumnus of the Year :1983
Omicron Delta Kappa : 1987
Lambda Chi Alpha Alumni Hall of Fame : 1996

Media Appearances:

ABC’s Nightline, CBS News, Fox News, CNN, BBC, CBC’s The National, C-SPAN2, NPR, Minnesota Public Radio, and Wisconsin Public Radio

Publications:

Books-

1. Linear Programming (with Eugene Byrne), Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1963.

2. Computer Simulation Techniques (with Joseph L. Balintfy, Donald S. Burdick, and Kong Chu). New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1966. Translated into Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish.

3. The Impact of the Computer on Society (editor). Atlanta: Southern Regional Education Board, 1967.

4. Microeconomics and Decision Models of the Firm (with John Vernon). New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1969. Translated into Spanish.

5. The Design of Computer Simulation Experiments (editor). Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1969.

6. Introduction to Linear Programming (with Eugene Byrne and John Vernon). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1971. Paperback edition, 1975.

7. Computer Simulation Experiments with Models of Economic Systems. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1971. Translated into Spanish, Polish, and Russian.

8. You Can’t Eat Magnolias (editor with H. Brandt Ayers). New York: McGraw-Hill, 1972.

9. Strategies for Change in the South (with James Clotfelter). Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1975.

10. SIMPLAN: A Planning and Modeling System for Government (with Harold Glass, David Milstein, and John Wall). Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1977.

11. The Politics of Corporate Planning and Modeling (editor). Oxford, OH: Planning Executives Institute, 1978.

12. Corporate Planning Models. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1979.

13. Simulation Models in Corporate Planning (editor). New York: Praeger Press, 1979,

14. Strategic Planning Management. Oxford, OH: Planning Executives Institute, 1980.

15. Simulation in Business Planning and Decision Making (editor). LaJolla, CA: The Society for Computer Simulation, 1981.

16. Corporate Strategy: The Integration of Corporate Planning Models and Economics (editor). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1982.

17. Computer Based Planning Systems (editor with Michele H. Mann). Oxford, OH: Planning Executives Institute, 1982.

18. Managerial Economics: Corporate Economics and Strategy (with John M. Vernon and Kenneth Wertz). New York: McGraw-Hill, 1983.

19. Portfolio Planning and Corporate Strategy (editor with Michele H. Mann). Oxford, OH: Planning Executives Institute, 1983.

20. Optimization Models for Strategic Planning (editor with Celia Thomas). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1984.

21. The Corporate Strategy Matrix. New York: Basic Books, 1986. Translated into Hungarian.

22. The Gorbachev Strategy: Opening the Closed Society. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1988.

23. The Cold War Legacy. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1991.

24. The Search for Meaning (with William H. Willimon and Magdalena R. Naylor). Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1994. Paperback edition, 1997. Translated into Korean.

25. The Search for Meaning Workbook (with William H. Willimon and Magdalena R. Naylor). Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1994.

26. The Abandoned Generation: Rethinking Higher Education (with William H. Willimon). Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1995.

27. The Search for Meaning in the Workplace (with Rolf Ã?sterberg and William H. Willimon). Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 1996.

28. Downsizing the USA (with William H. Willimon). Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1997.

29. Affluenza (with John De Graaf and David Wann). San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler, 2001. Second edition, 2005. Translated into six languages.

30. The Vermont Manifesto: The Second Vermont Republic. Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris, 2003.

31. Secession. Port Townsend, WA: Feral House, 2008.

32. Rebél (forthcoming).

Journal Articles:

1. “Monopolistic-Monopsonistic Competition: The Multi-Product, Multi-Factor Firm” (with William A. Mauer), Southern Economic Journal (July 1964).

2. “A Kuhn-Tucker Model of the Multi-Product, Multi-Factor Firm,” Southern Economic Journal (April 1965).

3. “A Dynamic Model of the Firm” (with Kong Chu), Management Science (May 1965).

4. “Computer Simulation of Sleep EEG Patterns Using a Markov Chain Model” (with William Zung, Daniel Gianturco, and William Wilson), in Recent Advances in Biological Psychiatry (April 30-May 2, 1965).

5. “Two Alternative Methods for Simulating Waiting Line Models” (with Kong Chu), Journal of Industrial Engineering, (November-December 1965).

6. “The Theory of the Firm: A Comparison of Marginal Analysis and Linear Programming,” Southern Economic Journal (January 1966).

7. “The Economic Theory of the Firm: A Comparison of Marginal Analysis,” Quarterly Review of Economics and Business (Winter 1966).

8. “Some Empirical Estimates of the Market Value of the Right to Work” (with William H. Wallace), Journal of Industrial Relations (July 1966).

9. “Design of Computer Simulation Experiments for Industrial Systems” (with Donald S. Burdick), Communications of the ACM (May 1966).

10. “Computer Simulation in Psychiatry” (with Daniel Gianturco), Archives of General Psychiatry (September 1966).

11. “Design of Computer Simulation Experiments for Economic Systems,” Proceedings of the American Statistical Association Meeting (August 15-18, 1966).

12. “Computer Simulation of Economic Systems: (with W. Earl Sasser),” Simulation (January 1967).

13. “The Impact of Fiscal and Monetary Policy on the Housing Market,” Law and Contemporary Problems (Summer 1967).

14. “Verification of Computer Simulation Models” (with J.M. Finger), Management Science (October 1967).

15. “Methods for Analyzing Data Generated from Computer Simulation Experiments” (with K. Wertz and T. Wonnacott), Communications of the ACM (November 1967).

16. “The Impact of the Computer on Economic Planning,” in The Impact of the Computer on Society. Atlanta: Southern Regional Education Board, (1967).

17. “Computer Simulation Experiments with Economic Systems: The Problems of Experimental Design” (with Donald S. Burdick and W. Earl Sasser), Journal of the American Statistical Association (December 1967).

18. “A Computer Simulation Model of the Textile Industry” (with William H. Wallace and W. Earl Sasser), Journal of the American Statistical Association (December 1967).

19. “A Note on Keynesian Mathematics,” Economic Journal (March 1968).

20. “Spectral Analysis of Data Generated by Simulation Experiments with Econometric Models” (with K. Wertz and T. Wonnacott), Econometrica (April 1969).

21. “Some Methods for Evaluating the Effects of Economic Policies Using Simulation Experiments” (with K. Wertz and T. Wonnacott), Review of the International Statistical Institute (February 1968).

22. “A Third Note on Keynesian Mathematics,” Economic Journal (March 1969).

23. “An Econometric Model for Monetary Policy” (with J. Boughton, E. Brau, and W.P. Yohe), Proceedings of the American Statistical Association (August 20, 1968).

24. “Bibliography on Simulation and Gaming,” Computing Reviews (January 1969).

25. “Methodological Consideration in Simulating Social and Administrative Systems,” in Simulation in Social and Administrative Science (Harold Guetzkow and Philip Kotler, editors). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1972.

26. “An Econometric Model for Monetary Policy” (with J. Boughton, E. Brau, and W.P. Yohe), Southern Economic Journal (April 1969).

27. “Computer Simulation Models for Designing and Evaluating Alternative Population Planning Policies,” Proceedings of the American Cybernetic Society (1969).

28. “Response Surface Techniques in Economics” (with D.S. Burdick), Review of the International Statistical Institute, No. 2 (1969).

29. “An Econometric Model of the Tobacco Industry” (with J.M. Vernon and Norfleet Rives), Review of Economics and Statistics (May 1969).

30. “An Econometric Model of the Textile Industry in the United States” (with William H. Wallace and W. Earl Sasser), Review of Economics and Statistics (February 1968).

31. “Experimental Design for Computer Simulation Experiments” (with J.S. Hunter), in The Design of Computer Simulation Experiments (T.H. Naylor, editor). Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1969.

32. “Response Surface Designs” (with D.S. Burdick), in The Design of Computer Simulation Experiments (T.H. Naylor, editor). Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1969.

33. “Experimental Designs for Computer Simulation Experiments” (with J.S. Hunter), Management Science (March 1970).

34. “A Systems Analysis Approach to Population Control,” in Proceedings of the Symposium on Global Systems Dynamics. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, 1969.

35. “The Use of Multiple Ranking Procedures to Analyze Simulations of Business and Economic Systems” (with J. Kleijnen), Proceedings of the American Statistical Association (August 1969).

36. “Effects of Alternative Policies for Allocating Federal Aid for Education to the States” (with Marilyn Manser and Kenneth Wertz), Proceedings of the American Statistical Association (August 1969).

37. “Sequential Sampling” (with E. Sasser, D. Burdick, and D. Graham), in Computer Simulation Models of Economic Systems (T.H. Naylor, editor). New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1971.

38. “A Model of the U.S. Monetary Sector” (with J. Boughton), in Computer Simulation Experiments with Models of Economic Systems (T.H. Naylor, editor). New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1970.

39. “A Comment on Tintner’s Econometric Model of Brazil” (with Moacyr Fieravante and Jorge Monteiro), Revista Brasileira de Economia (March 1971).

40. “A Sequential Sampling Simulation of an Inventory Model” (with E. Sasser, D. Burdick, and D. Graham), Communications of the ACM (May 1970).

41. “A Comment on the Analysis of Data Generated by Simulation Experiments” (with Thomas H. Wonnacott), Management Science (November 1970).

42. “Policy Simulation Experiments with Macro-Economic Models: The State of the Art,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (May 1970).

43. “Comments on Simulation with OBE Model,” in Econometric Models of Cyclical Behavior (Bert G. Hickman, editor). New York: NBER 1971.

44. “Effects of Alternative Policies for Allocating Federal Aid for Education to the States” (with Marilyn Manser and Kenneth Wertz), Simulation and Games (June 1970).

45. “The Population Problem: Trends, Mathematics and Public Policy,” Social Science and Medicine (May 1970).

46. “Simulation Experiments with a Monetary Policy Model” (with James Boughton), Applied Economics (August 1970).

47. “Corporate Simulation Models and the Economic Theory of the Firm,” in Corporate Simulation Models (Albert Schrieber, editor). Seattle: TIMS College on Simulation and Gaming, 1970.

48. “A Family Planning Policy Game” (with Scott Moreland), in Proceedings of the National Gaming Council, 1970.

49. “Development: Models, Simulations and Games” (with Martin Shubik and Isaac Kerstenetsky), Revista Brasileira de Economia (1971).

50. “Econometric Models of Brazil: A Critical Appraisal” (with Martin Shubik and Ralph Zerkowski), Revista Brasileira de Economia (March 1971).

51. “A Simulation Model of the Economy of Brazil” (with Martin Shubik, Moacyr Fieravante, and Jorge Monteiro), Revista Brasileira de Economia (March 1971).

52. “A Quarterly Econometric Model of the World Coffee Market” (with Mary Lee Epps and Moacyr Fieravante), Revista Brasileira de Economia (1972).

53. “Simulation: How to Build and Solve a Model,” Ideas for Management, Association for Systems Management (April 1971).

54. “Response Surface Methodology: A Managerial Decision Tool,” in Proceedings of the American Institute of Decision Sciences (November 1970).

55. “An Econometric Model of Taiwan with Population Policy Variables (with Kong Chu, T. Seaks, J. Wall, D. Karnosky, and O. Irvine),” in Proceedings of the American Statistical Association (August 1971).

56. “ELECTION, Candidate Training Simulation” (with D. Lindquist, J. Lee, and H. Schauland), in Proceedings of the National Gaming Council (1971).

57. “Experimental Economics Revisited,” Journal of Political Economy (February-March 1972).

58. “The Use of Multiple Ranking Procedures to Analyze Simulation of Management Systems: A Tutorial” (with T. Seaks and J. Kleijnen), Management Science (February 1972).

59. “Carolina Population Center Family Planning Administrator Training Game” (with S. Moreland, K. Chu, and E. Jacobson), Management Science (August 1972).

60. “Box-Jenkins Methods: An Alternative to Econometric Models” (with T. Seaks and D. Wichern), Review of the International Statistical Institute (No. 2, 1972).

61. “Modelos Economicos Simulados em Computador,” Revista de Administracao do Empresas (January 1972).

62. “Up, Up and Away: World Dynamics Prelude to Universe Dynamics,” Simulation and Games (September 1972).

63. “Population Policy Simulations Performed with an Economic Model of Taiwan” (with Kong Chu, et al.), Simulation and Games (December 1972).

64. “A Dynamic Model of the Multi-Product, Multi-Factor Firm” (with Dan Graham), Western Economic Journal (March 1972).

65. “Socializing Political Party Officials: A Simulation Experiment” (with Allan Kornberg, et al.), Simulation and Games (December 1972).

66. “A Second Look at the Contributions of Economic Analysis to Management,” in Contemporary Management: Issues and Viewpoints (Joseph McGuire, editor). Englewood Cliffs, NH: Prentice-Hall, 1973.

67. “Simulation and Validation,” Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Operations Research, Dublin, Ireland (August 21-25, 1972).

68. “Towards a Theory of Corporate Simulation Models,” in Proceedings of the European Conference on Simulation (Thomas H. Naylor and Walter Goldberg, editors), August 28-30, 1972.

69. “Design of Simulation Experiments,”Proceedings of the American Institute of Decision Sciences (November 1972).

70. “The Interface Between Computer Simulation Experiments and Real World Experiments,” in A Survey of Statistical Design and Linear Models (J.N. Srivastava, editor). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1975.

71. “The Case for Corporate Simulation Models,” Planning Review (August 1973).

72. “Corporate Simulation Models,” SIMULATION (August 1973).

73. “SIMPLAN: A Corporate Planning Language,” in Proceedings of Southeastern TIMS Meeting (Early Burch, editor), Atlanta, Georgia (October 18, 1973).

74. “Corporate Marketing Models,” in Proceedings of IBM Conference on Marketing Models (Hans Hansen, editor), Wildbad, Germany (October 1973).

75. “The Politics of Corporate Model Building,” Planning Review (January 1975).

76. “The Future of Corporate Planning Models,” Managerial Planning (March-April 1976).

77. “A Survey of Users of Corporate Planning Models (with Horst Schauland),” Management Science (May 1976).

78. “Corporate Planning Models: The State of the Art,” California Management Review (Summer 1976).

79. “An Introduction to Corporate Simulation Models,” Ideas for Management, Association for Systems Management (May 1975).

80. “Elements of a Planning and Modeling System,” AFIPS Conference Proceedings (National Computer Conference). Montvale, NJ: AFIPS Press, 1976.

81. “The State of the Art of Planning Models,” Planning Review (November 1976).

82. “Why Corporate Planning Models?” Interfaces (November 1977).

83. “The Design of Computer Based Planning and Modeling Systems” (with M.J. Mansfield), Long Range Planning (February 1977).

84. “SIMPLAN” (with G.S. McKenzie), SIMULATION (May 1978).

85. “Corporate Planning Models,” 1977 Winter Simulation Conference. Gaithersburg, MD: Winter Simulation Conference (December 1977).

86. “The Integration of Corporate Planning Models with the Planning Process,” Long Range Planning (December 1977).

87. “PIMS: Through a Different Looking Glass,” Planning Review (March 1978).

88. “Corporate Simulation Models,” in Current Issues in Simulation (Nabil R. Adam and Ali Dogramaci, editors). New York: Academic Press, 1979.

89. “Organizing for Strategic Planning,” Managerial Planning (July-August 1979).

90. “The Planning Audit” (with Kristin Neva), Managerial Planning (September-October 1979).

91. “Design of a Strategic Planning Process” (with Kristin Neva), Managerial Planning (January-February 1980).

92. “Economic Theory in Corporate Planning” (with Richard Burton), Strategic Management Journal (Vol. 1, 1980).

93. “The U.S. Needs Strategic Planning,” Business Week (December 17, 1979).

94. “Integration of the Planning System into the Management Process,” Long Range Planning (October 1981).

95. “Managing the Strategic Decision Making Process,” Planning Review (September 1980).

96. “The Politics of Corporate Economics,” Business Economics (March 1981).

97. “Third Generation Corporate Simulation Models,” 1980 Winter Simulation Conference, Orlando, FL: Winter Simulation Conference (December 3, 1980).

98. “Experience with Corporate Econometric Models: The Results of a Survey of Users,” Business Economics (January 1981).

99. “Management is Drowning in Numbers,” Business Week (April 6, 1981).

100. “Strategic Planning Models,” Managerial Planning (July-August 1981).

101. “Overview of Strategic Planning Models,” in The Integration of Corporate Planning Models and Economics into Corporate Strategy (Thomas H. Naylor, ed.), Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1982.

102. “Economics: The Language of Corporate Planning,” Planning Review (May 1981).

103. “Bibliography o Strategic Planning and Modeling,” in The Integration of Corporate Planning Models and Economics into Corporate Strategy (Thomas H. Naylor, ed.). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1982.

104. “A Simulation Study of the Impact of National Policy and Economic Variables on a Small Business” (with John G. Greenhut and Paul E. Cliff), in Simulation in Business Planning and Decision Making (Thomas H. Naylor, ed.). La Jolla, CA: The Society for Computer Simulation, 1981.

105. “The Effective Use of Strategic Planning, Forecasting, and Modeling in the Executive Suite,” in Computer Based Planning and Modeling Software Systems (Thomas H. Naylor and Michele H. Mann, editors). Oxford, OH: Planning Executives Institute, 1982. Also published in Managerial Planning (January-February, 1982).

106. “Design Specifications for a Computer Based Planning Modeling System” (with Michele H. Mann), in Computer Based Planning and Modeling Software Systems (Thomas H. Naylor and Michele H. Mann, editors). Oxford, OH: Planning Executives Institute, 1982.

107. “Decision Support Systems,” Interfaces (August 1982).

108. “The Capital Asset Pricing Model: An Evaluation of Its Potential as a Strategic Planning Tool” (with Francis Tapon), Management Science (October 1982).

109. “Strategic Planning, Forecasting, and Decision Support Systems,” Journal of Forecasting (Volume 2, No. 2, 1983).

110. “Strategic Planning Models,” Proceeding of the Conference on Strategic Planning, Helsinki School of Economics, June 14-18, 1982.

111. “A Budget-Driven Strategic Plan,” Planning Review (January 1982).

112. “The Strategy Matrix,” Managerial Planning (January-February 1983).

113. “The Role of the Corporate Attorney in Strategic Planning” (with Ellen Peirce), Managerial Planning (March-April 1983).

114. “Decision Support Systems in the Soviet Union” (with Celia Thomas), Human Systems Management (1983).

115. “Microeconomic Foundations of Strategic Planning” (with Celia Thomas), Managerial and Decision Economics (1983).

116. “Optimization Models in Strategic Planning” (with Celia Thomas), Optimization Models for Strategic Planning. (Thomas H. Naylor and Celia Thomas, editors). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1984.

117. “A Matrix Approach to Strategic Planning,” Optimization Models for Strategic Planning (Thomas H. Naylor and Celia Thomas, editors). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1984.

118. “Gondolatok a Strategiai Tervezesrol es Megvalositasanak Lehetosegeirol,”Vezetestudomany (May 1985).

119. “The International Strategy Matrix,” Columbia University Journal of World Business (Summer 1985).

120. “The Capital Asset Pricing Model and Strategic Planning: Response to Wernerfelt” (with Francis Tapon), Management Science (April 1985).

121. “Mathematical Programming and the Strategy Matrix,” Advances in Mathematical Programming and Financial Planning (John Guerard, editor), (Summer 1986).

122. “The Hungarian Experience with Deregulation,” Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Organizations (Richard Burton and Borge Obel, editors). Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1986.

123. “Changing the Economic Mechanism in the Soviet Union,” Planning Review (January 1986).

124. “The Strategy Matrix,” Proceedings of the International Symposium on Recent Developments in Business Management Research, Helsinki School of Economics, August 24-28, 1986.

125. “The Case for the Strategy Matrix,” New Management (Summer 1986).

126. “The Nature and Formulation of a Business Philosophy” (with Thomas M. Mulligan), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Recent Developments in Business Management Research, Helsinki School of Economics, August 24-28, 1986.

127. “Gorbachev Means Business,” Tulanian (Fall 1987).

128. “Soviet Foreign Trade Strategies,” (in Russian) Ekonomicheskava Gazeta (December 1986).

129. “The Soviet-American Trade Paradox,” (in Russian) Ekonoicheskava Gazeta (December 1987).

130. “High Tech Paranoia,” The Nation (December 10, 1987).

131. “The Reeducation of Soviet Management,” Across the Board (February 1988). Reprinted in The Best of Business (Summer 1988).

132. “Gorbachev’s Public Relations Strategy,” Communications World (May 1988).

133. “A Strategic Analysis of the Soviet Union,”Technovation (Vol. 8, nos. 1-3, 1988). Also in Organizational Responses to the New Business Conditions. (Richard M. Burton and Borge Obel, editors). Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1989.

134. “Computer Simulation and Perestroika,” The Future Information Revolution in the U.S.S.R. (Richard F. Staar, editor). New York: Taylor & Francis, 1988).

135. “The Impact of Simulation on Soviet Economic Reforms,” Simulation (August 1988).

136. “Perestroika: New Opportunities for American Business,” (with Stephen H. Rhinesmith), New Management (Fall 1988).

137. “Strategic Challenges to U.S.-Soviet Trade and Joint Ventures,” (in Russian) Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta (December 1988).

138. “The U.S.-Soviet Trade Enigma,” (in Russian) Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta (December 1989).

139. “Redefining Corporate Motivation, Swedish Style,” The Christian Century (May 30, 1990).

140. “The Programs Behind Perestroika,” Sourcebook (Summer 1990).

141. “Why Johnny and Sasha Won’t Give All They’ve Got,” Across the Board (June 1990).

142. “Gorbachev’s Management Style,” Across the Board (July/August 1990).

143. “Gorbachev in Perspective,” The Christian Century (September 4-11, 1991).

144. “Where Is the Glue?”(with Magdalena R. Naylor), Duke Alumni Magazine (May-June 1992).

145. “The Living Dead” (with Magdalena R. Naylor), New Oxford Review (September 1992).

146. “Downsizing the U.S.A.” Challenge (November-December 1994).

147. “The Trouble with Child-Sponsorship Organizations,” The Chronicle of Philanthropy (January 12, 1995).

148. “America Small and Beautiful,” Resurgence (November/December 1995).

149. “Is What’s Good for AT&T Good for America,” Across the Board (March 1996).

150. “Creating Music, Meaning and Community,” (with Magdalena R. Naylor), American Suzuki Journal (Summer 1996).

151. “The Search for Community in the Workplace,” (with William H. Willimon and Rolf Ã?sterburg), Business and Society Review (No. 97, 1996).

152. “The Essential Mission: Teaching Undergraduates,” (with William H. Willimon) Academic Questions (Fall 1996).

153. “Downsizing the U.S.A.” The Good Society (Fall 1996).

154. “Meaningful Work,” Human Resource Professional (March-April 1997).

155. “A Meltdown of Corporate America,” Across the Board (June 1997).

156. “One Nation Indivisible,” (with Donald W. Livingston) Chronicles (October 1997).

157. “The Politics of Meaninglessness,” (with William H. Willimon) The Good Society (Summer 1997).

158. “The Rise and Fall of Global Corporate Superstates,” Civic Arts Review (Winter-Spring 1998).

159. “Dissolution Not Devolution,” Groundwork (Summer 1998).

160. “Suffering from Chronic Consumeritis,” Christian Social Action (October 1998).

161. “Kairos: Escape from Technofascism,” (with Joel N. Kabakov) Civic Arts Review (Winter-Spring 1999).

162. “The Vermont Manifesto,” Adbusters (March/April 2002).

163. “Affluenza Fuels Terrorism,” Civic Arts Review (Summer-Fall 2002).

164. “The Swiss Model,” Resurgence (March/April 2005).

Op-Ed Articles–

1. “A Menu of Options by Soviet Economists,” The New York Times (October 16, 1982).

2. “For More Trade with the Russians,” The New York Times (December 17, 1984). Reprinted in The International Herald Tribune.

3. “Hungary’s Lessons for Gorbachev,” The New York Times (January 11, 1986).

4. “Gorbachev and Soviet Economic Reform,” The Miami Herald (February 23, 1986).

5. “Gorbachev the Businessman,” Los Angeles Times (February 4, 1987). Reprinted in The International Herald Tribune.

6. “Gorbachev Says Radical Reforms—and Means It,” The New York Times (June 27, 1987).

7. “Fashion Gives Life to Soviet Reforms,” The New York Times (September 13, 1987).

8. “Reexamining the Soviet Union,” Chicago Tribune (May 21, 1988).

9. “When in Russia, Do as the Swedes Do,” The Christian Science Monitor (June 27, 1988).

10. “Israel Stands in Way of U.S. Soviet Détente,” Detroit Free Press (March 13, 1989).

11. “Poles Will Die for Poland,” The New York Times (July 6, 1989). Reprinted in The International Herald Tribune.

12. “Is Finlandization the Answer?” Chicago Tribune (October 5, 1989).

13. “An Absence of Meaning on Campus,” (with Magdalena R. Naylor), Chicago Tribune (October 3, 1991).

14. “Tastes Great, Less Filling,” (with William H. Willimon) Baltimore Sun (April 14, 1996).

15. “Digitizing America’s School Kids,” (with William H. Willimon) Education Week (May 22, 1996). Reprinted in Principal (January 1997).

16. “It’s Time for a New Look at the Right to Secede,”(with William H. Willimon) Baltimore Sun (October 6, 1996). Reprinted in The International Herald Tribune (October 12-13, 1996).

17. “Work Without Meaning,” (with Rolf Ã?sterberg and William H. Willimon) Chicago Tribune (November 27, 1996).

18. “A Solution for Cities: Downsizing Through Emigration,” (with William H. Willimon) The Philadelphia Inquirer (December 1, 1996).

19. “Cloning Is Nothing New in U.S.” Baltimore Sun (March 23, 1997).

20. “Make Money, Not War,” Baltimore Sun (November 30, 1997).

21. “Ice Attack Leaves Vermont with a Powerless Feeling,” Baltimore Sun (January 25, 1998).

22. “Latvia Did It; Scotland’s Doing It: Why Not Vermont?” Boston Globe (July 20, 1998).

23. “What the Framers Overlooked: A Way to Downsize the Country,” (with Donald Livingston) The Philadelphia Inquirer (September 4, 1999).

24. “Let’s Create a New Atlantic Republic,” The Providence Journal (September 6, 2001).

25. “Vermont Manifesto,” Texas Observer (July 19, 2002).

26. “The Principles of the Vermont Republic,” The Providence Journal (August 5, 2003).