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Philip Harvey Birnbaum More, Business administration educator ( fin: finance service)business administration educator. Recipient Doctor of Business Administration Association Teaching award Indiana U., 1978; National Science Foundation fellow, 1974-1975, New York Academy Sciences fellow, 1981; U. Hong Kong Senior Fulbright scholar, 1981-1982.


More, Philip Harvey Birnbaum was born on January 21, 1944 in San Diego, California, United States. Son of Louis and Ruth Laureen (Bay) B.


Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, University Washington, 1975.


Internal consultant/analyst Los Angeles County Civil Service Commission, 1965-1967. Teaching associate University Washington, Seattle, 1972-1974. Assistant professor business administration Indiana University, Bloomington, 1975-1980, associate professor, 1980-1985, professor, since 1986.

Resident director John Fitzgerald Kennedy International, Tiburg University, The Netherlands. Visiting scholar Polish Academy of Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Tokyo University, Schools Development Authority Bocconi, Milan, Italy, Seoul National University, Korea, Dartmouth College, president University of Southern California Marshall School Business, Faculty Council, since 2009, University of Southern California Academic Senates, since 2009. With United States Air Force, 1967-1971.


  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Organization Theory: Structural and Behavioral Analysis, Modern Management Techniques for Engineers and Scientists, International Research Management: Studies in Interdisciplinary Methods From Business, Government and Academics, 1990. Associate editor Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transaction on Engineering Management journal. Contributor articles to professional journals, book reviews, chapters to books.


God offers a loving relationship. The Covenant is not a contract in which God and human beings agree to provide particular goods and services for each other. God has freely and graciously already made it possible.


Every Church statement in social or economic field should be seriously considered and demonstrate a competence in political sphere.


In a society where self-interest, acquisitiveness and individual happiness are often seen as the over-riding interests, the Church, and Christians within it, are called to witness meanings, values and purposes beyond ourselves.


Served with United States Air Force, 1967-1971. Member.Acad. of Management (president technical and innovation management division 1989-1990), Engineering Management Society, Institute Operations Research and Management Sciences, International Association for Study of Interdisciplinary Research, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Sigma Chi.


Married Marlin Sue Van Every, December 26, 1964;1 child, Brian Philip. 1 child, Brian Philip.

Louis B.

Ruth Laureen (Bay) B.

Marlin Sue Van Every

Brian Philip More

Brian Philip More