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    W.E. Hook View Company Views of the Pikes Peak Region, Colorado, and the West, ca. 1900-1908

    This collection consists of 84 glass slide positives, 3 x 4 inches, to be used in "lantern slide" projectors. They are primarily scenic views of the Pikes Peak region, as well as some areas of Colorado and the West, including Yellowstone Park. According to T.W. Mangan's "Colorado on Glass," the autochrome color process was not introduced into Colorado until 1908. Mr. Hook died in 1908, so these plates must have been hand-colored. The slides are not dated, but we believe they were made between 1900 and 1908 or possibly earlier.

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    Willingness to pay for an elk license in Colorado : a contingent valuation examination by Yates, Zachary H

    Hunting licenses do not represent the true value of the sport for hunters. This study examines the monetary value hunters, resident and non-resident, place on elk hunting in Colorado and which factors affect their valuation. The contingent valuation method is used to determine this information through a survey that was posted on several internet hunting forums. A hypothetical fee increase in hunting licenses from an improvement in elk habitat is used in the survey. To elicit a response, this study uses a two part question for willingness to pay, which is different from previous studies. First, intervals are presented and then the respondent answers an open-ended question. The data obtained from the survey is analyzed using the Tobit regression method. Separate regression equations are used for resident and non-resident hunters. The study finds that Colorado resident and non-resident hunters have differing views on the amount of license fee increase they would accept and base their decision on different factors.

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    Determining consumers' willingness to pay for digital information goods by Kreczko, Nicholas S

    A key element of any business is determining the profit maximizing price of a good. Yet each price level will exclude some consumers who find the equilibrium too high and refrain from entering the market. If a similar product could be offered at a lower price it may lure the abstaining customers to consume, thereby increasing profits. For an industry that is flustering like the music industry, it is crucial new sales methods are found to continue growth and expansion. This paper evaluates an MP3 bundle as a modified product to attract new customers and encourage current customer to purchase more songs. Survey response data is used to determine a profit maximizing price at which to offer the modified digital song.

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    Does losing matter? : an analysis of NBA franchise revenues by Jacobs, Lance Nicholas

    The National Basketball Association (NBA) is one of the four largest professional sports organizations in the United States. There are currently 23 teams in the NBA that gathered over $100 million in revenue during the 2007-08 season alone. This study examines the components of total NBA franchise revenues and investigates the effect that multiple losing seasons has on total revenue performance. A fixed-effects regression analysis is used to examine the effect of multiple losing seasons on total NBA franchise revenue. All the statistics and data observed in this study are from the 10 year period of 1999 to 2008. The findings in this study provide valuable information to NBA teams as to whether losing consecutive seasons affects total revenue performance.

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    Protectionism and imperialism 1872-1914 by Rogowski, Scott

    The purpose of this study was to find out what effect tariff rates had on the territorial growth of late 19th century European, American, and Japanese empires. Many, if not most, historical studies of late 19th to early 20th century imperialism have explained it as a cultural phenomenon. Others have hypothesized that the territorial growth owes some explanation to protectionism. This study found that, given a three year lag, tariff rates can explain a little more than 50% of the aggregate territorial growth rate with diminished results when observing country-by-country.

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