File B2006-0013/CD#5 - ‘Fuss e-mail files’. Folders : ‘Chair memos’, ‘Computing’, ‘Economics’ and ‘Recruiting’, most with sub-folders

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UTA 1303-3-B2006-0013/CD#5

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‘Fuss e-mail files’. Folders : ‘Chair memos’, ‘Computing’, ‘Economics’ and ‘Recruiting’, most with sub-folders

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  • 2000-2005 (Creation)

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1 CD

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(1940-)

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The electronic files consist of e-mails exchanged between Professor Fuss and his colleagues and students regarding a wide range of administrative and teaching issues covering the years 2000-2005. Professor Fuss created folders and sub-folders to manage his e-mail; the arrangement has been left as he devised it, with explanatory notes added. Folders that are empty or have nothing of archival value in them are not included.

Folder: ‘Chair memos’. This folder encompasses the following folders and files:
Folder: ‘Arts & Science departments’ 2000-2001
Files: ‘Re: student letters’; ‘Re: the stuff we discussed’; ‘Bissell-Heyd Associates candidates’ visit to Toronto’; ‘Re: memo re undergraduate recruiting’; ‘Room requirements’}policies re; ‘New classrooms'}bookings; ‘Multimedia room’} and use

Folder: ‘Associate chairs’. 30 files relating to issues and problems, including the budget, course enrolment, teaching assistants, graduate student funding, and filling administrative positions. 2000-2001

All records described below are restricted.

Folder: ‘Commerce’. 30 files relating to issues in the Commerce program, including MPE [Master of Financial Economics program] tuition, enhancement of commerce program, convocation, the Commerce Management Committee, and teaching assistant resources. 2000-2001

Folder: ‘Meetings’. Files relating to the RFP meeting and presentations. Jan.Feb.2002

Folder: ‘CRC’ [Canadian Research Chair]. Risk management/ financial markets theme and cluster, CRC health cluster, nominations to the CRC chair.2000-2001

Folder: ‘Dean correspondence’. Internet issues; enrolment bulge funding, mentorship program, retirements and recruiting 2000-2001

Folder: ‘Erindale’. Staffing issues 2000-2001

Folder: ‘Fundraising’. Files include retail proposal, chair in real estate economics, building expansion, renewal letters, users committee, space, and spring reunion. 2000-2001

Folder: ‘Polanyi’. Applications for the John Charles Polanyi Prize in Economics, 2000-2001

Folder: ‘Staff’. Mostly housekeeping letters

Folder: “Third Year Review’ Committee files, 2001

Folder: ‘Computing’.

Sub-folder: ‘TSP’[Time Series Processor, a statistical package used to run econometric regressions during empirically-oriented research]. Re TSP problem, 1999

Folder: ‘Economics’. Memos and letters regarding academic hand-books, mandatory retirement, search for chair of Department, faculty standing committees, buildings, and task force on teaching loads.2004-2005

All records described below are restricted.

Fuss chaired the Department’s Recruiting Committee in the early 1990s.

Folder: ‘Recruiting’. This folder contains general files on the work of the Recruiting Committee. 2001-2005

Sub-folder: ‘2002-2003’. Activities of the Recruiting Committee, 2003-2003

Sub-folder: ‘2003-2004’. Activities of the Recruiting Committee, 2003-2004

Folder: ‘Recruiting’. In 2004-2005, the Department advertised five junior tenure stream positions: Financial Economics, Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics, Public and Economic Policy, and Development/Law and Economics/Economic History; also one teaching (non-tenure) stream position for an individual who wished to teach without also pursuing a research-intensive career. The following folders document the hiring processes for those and other positions.

Sub-folder: ‘Applied micro’. Files re Applied Micro-economics position at University of Toronto at Mississauga, 2004-2005

Sub-folder: ‘CEEE meetings’. Files re interviews at Canadian Economics Employment Exchange meetings, Toronto, December 2004, for position of assistant professor, 2004

Sub-folder: ‘Dev_L&E_Hist’. Files re hiring for a ‘Development’ position in the Department of Economics. 2005

Sub-folder: ‘Placement officers’. Correspondence re recruitment of people for positions, 2004

Sub-folder: ‘Political Economy’. Recruiting for a joint position with the Department of Political Science, 2004-2005

Sub-folder: ‘Theory’. Recruiting for Senior Theory position, 2005

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Some records are restricted. See scope and content for more details. Contact the University Archivist for access to electronic files.

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