A Conference on Key Factor Analysis: A Logic Leading to Social Accountability : Papers Presented at a Conference

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Irwin M. Jarett, Patricia A. Brady
Program and the School, 1976 - Business & Economics - 438 pages

Key Factor Analysis is a logic system that describes the basic relationship between an organization, the society it serves, and its bearing on the future. Since its development in 1967 it has been widely adopted by administrators. In this volume leading scientists, phy­sicians, educators, and health adminis­trators report on the progress of KFA. The presentations cover four major areas: Philosophical, operational, in­formation and implications, and pres­ent and future possibilities for KFA implementation.

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A Latin Americans View of Social Concerns
The Current State of Applied KFA Problem
The Perspective of KFA from a Central

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About the author (1976)

Irwin M. Jarett is Professor of Health Economics, Department of Health Care Planning, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield.

Patri­cia A. Brady is a Researcher in the De­partment.

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