Guide to the Paul Sultan Papers

Finding created by Russell Michalak
Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library, Claremont University Consortium 2008
Libraries of The Claremont Colleges
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Paul Sultan Papers
creator: Sultan, Paul
Dates: 1959-1974
Abstract: Paul Sultan's, Professor of Economics at the Claremont Graduate School (1959-1974), papers include his publications on economics.
Extent: 1 foot (1 box)
Repository: Claremont Colleges. Honnold/Mudd Library.
800 N. Dartmouth Avenue
Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library
Claremont University Consortium
Claremont, California 91711
Collection Number: h667
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English
Physical Location: Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library. Claremont University Consortium.

Information for Researchers

Restrictions on Access

This collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

For permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact Special Collections Library staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Paul Sultan Papers, Special Collections, Honnold Mudd Library, Claremont University Consortium.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Paul Sultan.

Processing Information

Arranged and Processed by Special Collection Staff


No additions to the collection is anticipated.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Paul Sultan's, Professor of Economics at the Claremont Graduate School (1959-1974), papers include his publications on economics.

Series Arrangement

Series 1 Economics

Subject Headings

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection
Sultan, Paul
Claremont Graduate School
Western Americana, 1900-2000


Series 1 Economics, 1959 - 1974

box 1, envelope 1

Occupational Curricular needs: A preliminary study for Orange County Junior Colleges, 1966

box 1, envelope 2

Trade Union conflict and agreement with American ideology. Calif. Management Review, Fall 1964:71-82, 1964

box 1, envelope 3

Power, principle and polemics in the right-to-work debate (mimeograph copy of typed mss) 36 pp, 1965, 1965

box 1, envelope 3

The Requirements of automated jobs. 8 pp (typed mss with drawn graph), 1965

box 1, envelope 4

California's manpower profile (mimeograph copy of typed mss) 36 pp, 1965

box 1, envelope 4

Technology and talent. Western Economic Journal 3(3):247-273, Summer 1965, 1965

box 1, envelope 5

Research and radicalism, 1969

box 1, envelope 5

The impact of automation. The OECD Observer no.14 (Feb 1965), 1965

box 1, envelope 5

The Skill impact of automation. UCLA reprint no. 136 (1964), 1964

box 1, envelope 6

Historical antecedents to the right-to-work controversy. Southern Calif. Law Review 31(3):221-245, April 1958, 1958

box 1, envelope 6

Full employment on trial: A case study of British experience. The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Sciences 19(2):210-221, May 1953), 1953

box 1, envelope 6

Money wage and product wage relationships, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 7(3):444-448 April 1954, 1954

box 1, envelope 6

Social pressures, stability and full employment. The Amer T. of Economics and Sociology, 13(2):159-170. August 1951, 1951