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Guide to the Lionel W. McKenzie Papers, 1942-2004 and undated

Abstract

Lionel McKenzie (1919-2010) was an economist whose main areas of research were general equilbrium theory and turnpike theory. McKenzie began his career as an assistant professor at Duke University from 1948 to 1957 before becoming chairman of the Economics Department at the University of Rochester in 1957, where he taught until his retirement in 1989. McKenzie also served on a number of prominent international economic organizations, where he helped to further the discourse in the discipline.

Collection contains correspondence, writings, research notes, and other written material from throughout McKenzie's career. The papers span the years 1942-2004 and document his work as an economic theorist and educator.

Descriptive Summary

Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Creator
McKenzie, Lionel W.
Title
Lionel W. McKenzie papers 1942-2004 and undated
Extent
22 Linear Feet, 16,500 Items
Language of Material
Material in English
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Collection Overview

The Lionel W. McKenzie Papers span the years 1942 to 2004, with the bulk of the material dating from 1960 to 1990. Through correspondence, research notes, article drafts, teaching material, lectures, and published materials, the collection provides a broad overview of his professional career. McKenzie's greatest contribution to economics has been through his work in conjunction with Kenneth Arrow and Gerard Debreu on general equilibrium, and his writings on capital theory and turnpike theory, all of which are documented in a variety of forms throughout the collection. Significant correspondents include noted economists Paul Samuelson, Tjalling Koopmans, and Robert Solow. Other aspects of his career are documented, such as his involvement in a number of economic organizations, especially the Econometric Society and the Mathematical Social Sciences Board; his role as organizer of a number of academic conferences, such as the Value and Capital Conference of 1988; and his teaching career at Duke University from 1948 to 1957 and at the University of Rochester from 1957 to 1989. The papers are organized into the following series: Conferences; Correspondence; Course Materials; Organizations; Personal Files; and Research and Writings.

The Conferences Series includes material from conferences McKenzie attended and organized throughout his career and includes copies of programs, articles given, and other related documents. The Correspondence Series, the largest of the collection, contains largely official and routine correspondence, but also includes a sizeable number of letters on intellectual topics. The Research and Writings Series, the second largest, has various drafts and iterations of most of McKenzie's published work as well as some unpublished material. Many of the notes contain complicated mathematical notations documenting the theoretical foundations for his work. A small set of writings by others, chiefly on game theory and convex sets, conclude the series. The Course Materials Series houses syllabi and other materials from the seminars he taught, including many versions of the handwritten text for his general equilibrium seminar, documenting his teaching methods as well as the evolution in his thinking on the subject. In the Organizations Series, extensive documentation can be found of McKenzie's involvement with various economic organizations, including internal discussions on the workings of many of these groups. The smallest group of records, the Personal Files Series, contains curriculum vitae, personal correspondence, and other ephemera.

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Contents of the Collection

Chiefly programs, articles, minutes, correspondence, and other materials from academic conferences McKenzie attended or helped organize, both domestically and abroad. Includes some bound volumes, mostly from the 1960s, with every paper given at a particular conference. The largest amount of material comes from the 1988 Value and Capital Conference, which includes correspondence with various contributors as well as paper manuscripts for publication. Some folders include materials from non-conference related activies that occurred while McKenzie attended conferences, chiefly concert programs, maps, receipts, travel plans, and other materials. Folders are organized chronologically by year (and month, when possible).

1957, Summer program at Stanford
Box 1
1958, Social Sciences Research Council (SSRC)
Box 1
1959, Stanford
Box 1
1963, Cambridge
Box 1
1964, SSRC
(2 folders)
Box 1
1964, Outgoing correspondence for SSRC
Box 1
1964 July, Rochester
(2 folders)
Box 1
1965 July, Stanford
Box 2
1966 Aug., Harvard
Box 2
1967 Nov., Chicago
Box 2
1968 June, Brown University
Box 2
1970, Novosibirsk
Box 3
1970 June, Vienna
Box 3
1972 July, Warsaw
Box 3
1974 July, Warsaw
Box 3
1975 Feb., National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
Box 3
1975 Apr., World food conference
Box 3
1976 Feb., General equilibrium, Berkeley
Box 3
1978, Montreal
Box 3
1979, Berkeley symposium
Box 3
1979, Atlanta
Box 3
1981 Aug., Cornell
Box 3
1982 June, Oxford
Box 3
1983, Minnesota
Box 3
1984 Apr., Minnesota, general equilibrium
Box 3
1985 May, Greece trip
Box 3
1985 June, Cowles conference, remarks on Debreu
Box 3
1985 Aug., MIT, econometric world conference
Box 3
1986, California trip
Box 3

Folders include correspondence and paper drafts by the person named in the folder title.

Hicks conference
Box 4
Amendola
Box 4
Arrow
Box 4
Atsumi
Box 4
Brock
Box 4
Casarosa
Box 4
Cass
Box 4
Duffie
Box 4
Epstein
Box 4
Gale
Box 4
Geanakoplos
Box 4
Grandmont
Box 4
Hahn
Box 4
Hall
Box 4
Hamouda
Box 4
Hicks
Box 4
Hildenbrand
Box 4
Hillebrandt
Box 4
King
Box 4
Laroque
Box 5
Malinvaud
Box 5
Masera
Box 5
McKenzie
Box 5
Mukherji
Box 5
Patinkin
Box 5
Persson
Box 5
Povey
Box 5
Punzo
Box 5
Radner
Box 5
Sonderman
Box 5
Spaventa
Box 5
Svensson
Box 5
Uzawa
Box 5
Yaari
Box 5
Zamagni
Box 5
Correspondence
Box 5
1989, Retirement conference
Box 5
1992, Minnesota
Box 5
1992, Japan trip, Hitobashi conference
Box 5

Mainly professional correspondence, including letters of recommendation, comments on manuscripts, advising exchanges, and topics in economics. Much of the correspondence is routine, dealing with article submissions, publication issues, recommendations, and activies relating to the Department of Economics at the University of Rochester; however, there are some intellectual exchanges and article revisions and commentaries in the series. Important topics in economics include optimal growth, turnpike theorem, general equilibrium, and Von Neumann models. Correspondents of note include Kenneth Arrow, Gerard Debreu, David Gale, Tjalling Koopmans, Paul Samuelson, and Robert Solow. There are smaller amounts of topic-specific correspondence in the Research and Writings, Conferences, and Organizations Series.

The series is organized chronologically at the folder level, with original folder titles retained. Within folders, the organization varies from year to year: from 1948 to 1957, items are roughly chronological by date; from 1957 to 1981, items are separated into incoming and outgoing correspondence, organized alphabetically by sender and recipient, respectively; from 1981 to 1994, items are in reverse chronological order by date within folders; from 1994 to 2002, items are in very rough chronological order.

1948-1951, Letters from Duke
Box 6
1952-1956, Letters (before Yale)
(2 folders)
Box 6
1956, Letters at Yale
Box 6
1956 Sept.-1957 Jan.
Box 6
1956-1957, Letters re: Rochester
Box 6
1956-1957, Noyes Correspondence
Box 6
1957, Rochester relevant letters at Michigan
Box 6
1957, Letters at Michigan
Box 6
1957 Sept.-1958 Sept.
(3 folders)
Box 6
1958 Sept.-1963 Sept.
(10 folders)
Box 7
1962-1966, California negotiations
Box 7
1963 Sept.-1967 July
(9 folders)
Box 8
1967 July-1970 July
(9 folders)
Box 9
1970-1973, Journal of Economic Theory, some letters re: manuscripts
Box 9
1970 July-1971 July
(folder 1 of 3)
Box 9
1970 July-1971 July
(folders 2-3 of 3)
Box 10
1971 July-1973 July
(6 folders)
Box 10
1973, Guggenheim Application
Box 10
1973 July-1974 July
(folder 1 of 4)
Box 10
1973 July-1974 July
(folders 2-4 of 4)
Box 11
1974 July-1976 July
(6 folders)
Box 11
1976 July-1977 July
(folder 1 of 3)
Box 11
1976 July-1977 July
(folders 2-3 of 3)
Box 12
1977 July-1979 July
(6 folders)
Box 12
1977-1979, Letters re: Iosif Krass
(2 folders)
Box 12
1978-1979, Correspondence at Cal Tech
Box 12
1979 July-1980 July
(4 folders)
Box 13
1980-1981, Correspondence at Harvard
(3 folders)
Box 13
1980 July-1981 July
(3 folders)
Box 13
1981 May-Sept., Correspondence from Harvard
Box 13
1981 July-1984 June
(7 folders)
Box 14
1984 July-1985 June
(folders 1-2 of 3)
Box 14
1984 July-1985 June
(folder 3 of 3)
Box 15
1985 June-1988 June
(8 folders)
Box 15
1988 July-1989 June, Outgoing
Box 15
1988-1989, Incoming
Box 16
1989-1992
(6 folders)
Box 16
1992-1993, Incoming
Box 16
1993-1997, Outgoing
(7 folders)
Box 17
1997, Correspondence with Makoto Yano
Box 17
1997-2003
Box 17
1998-2002
(2 folders)
Box 18
1998-2001, E-mail
Box 18
Undated
Box 18

Contains lecture notes, reading lists, class notes, exams, and other materials from throughout McKenzie's teaching career, with an emphasis on his courses at the University of Rochester. The bulk of the material is for his seminar on general equilibrium theory, including multiple versions of his handwritten text for the course. Series organized alphabetically by folder title.

Curriculum revision at Duke, 1950s
Box 18
Economic theory, 1963-1968, 1978, 1981
(8 folders)
Box 18
Economics 131 notes, 1958
Box 18
Exams, 1952-circa 1955
Box 18
Exams, Econ. 52, 1952-1954
Box 18
General equilibrium at Duke, 1953-1955
(3 folders)
Box 18
General equilibrium exams, 1968-1995
Box 19
General equilibrium theory, 1969-1987
(22 folders)
Box 19
General equilibrium theory, 1987-1992, 1995
(12 folders)
Box 20
General equilibrium theory seminar notes, typed, 1995
(2 folders)
Box 20
General equilibrium theory notes, undated
(2 folders)
Box 20
General equilibrium theory notes, 1980s-1990s, and undated
(10 folders)
Box 21
General equilibrium theory notes, 1978, circa 1981
(5 folders)
Box 22
Harvard theory course and notes, circa 1981
(2 folders)
Box 22
Harvard visit summer courses, 1980-1981
Box 22
Letters re: Michigan, 1956-1957
Box 22
Mathematical economics notes, 1950s
(3 folders)
Box 22
Mathematical economics notes at Michigan, circa 1957
Box 22
Mathematical economics seminar, exams, old notes, etc, 1965-1983
Box 23
Miscellaneous, undated
Box 23
Qualifying exams, 1960s-1980s
Box 23
Values theory I, 1977
Box 23
Values theory II, 1960s-1980s
(3 folders)
Box 23

Consists of correspondence, papers, minutes, member lists, fellowship applications, and other written material related to national and international organizations with which McKenzie was involved. The bulk of the material relates to the Econometric Society, of which McKenzie was president in 1977, and the Mathematical Social Sciences Board, which he chaired from 1968 to 1970. Also included are records documenting McKenzie's involvement with American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Economic Association, the International Economic Review, the Journal of International Economics, the National Academy of Science, the National Research Council, the National Science Foundation, and the Social Sciences Council.

The series is organized alphabetically by organization and by folder title, except for the Econometric Society folders which are chronological by year.

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1960s-1980s
Box 23
American Economic Association, 1960s
Box 23
1956, Cleveland meeting
Box 23
1959-1973, Correspondence
Box 23
1960-1961, Materials including proposal to NSF
Box 24
1965, World Congress organizational correspondence
Box 24
1965, World Congress programs
Box 24
1969, Fellows
(3 folders)
Box 24
1970-1971, Econometrics volume
Box 24
1973, Fellow
Box 24
1974, Executive committee
Box 24
1974, Grenoble meeting
Box 24
1974-1976, Standing committee
Box 24
1975, Program
Box 24
1975, World Congress
(2 folders)
Box 24
1975-1976, Executive committee correspondence
Box 25
1975-1977, Econometrica
Box 25
1975-1978, Walras-Bowley lectures
Box 25
1976, Madison meeting
Box 25
1976, Ottawa meeting
Box 25
1976, Executive committee meeting, Ottawa
Box 25
1976, Helsinki meeting
Box 25
1976-1977, Summer meetings
(2 folders)
Box 25
1976-1977, Presidency
Box 25
1977, New York meeting: fellows and standing committee
(3 folders)
Box 25
1977, Nominating committee for fellowships
(2 folders)
Box 26
1977, Nominating committee for officers and council
Box 26
1977, Marschak fund
Box 26
1977, Helsinki affair
Box 26
1977, World Congress
Box 26
1977, Presidential matters
(3 folders)
Box 26
1977, South American meeting
Box 26
1977, Miscellaneous
Box 26
1977-1978, Aide memoire
Box 26
1978, Chicago meeting
Box 27
1978, Geneva meeting
Box 27
1978, June, Boulder meeting
Box 27
1978, Vienna meeting
Box 27
1978, Past presidents
Box 27
1978 July-1979 July, Correspondence
(2 folders)
Box 27
1981 July-1986 Dec., Correspondence and other materials
Box 27
1988-1989, Treasurer committee correspondence
Box 27
1993, Selection of officers
Box 27
International Economic Review, 1970s
Box 27
Journal of International Economics, 1970-1972
Box 28
Chairman, 1967-1970
(3 folders)
Box 28
Committee on history, 1960s
(3 folders)
Box 28
Dynamic systems seminar, 1975
Box 28
Economy committee, 1966-1974
(folder 1 of 3)
Box 28
Economy committee, 1966-1974
(folders 2-3 of 3)
Box 29
Final report of summer institute, 1957
Box 29
Miscellaneous material, 1960s
(4 folders)
Box 29
New proposals, 1968
(2 folders)
Box 29
Postscript, 1970-1973
Box 29
Proposal, 1970
(2 folders)
Box 30
Raiffa's conference, 1966
Box 30
Summer conference, 1965-1966
Box 30
Summer workshop, Berkeley, 1971
Box 30
National Academy of Science, 1980-1984
(2 folders)
Box 30
National Academy of Science, 1970s-1990s
(9 folders)
Box 31
National Research Council, 1960s-1970s
(4 folders)
Box 31
National Research Council, 1960-1962
Box 32
National Science Foundation, 1960-1970
(4 folders)
Box 32
Social Sciences Council, 1960-1962
Box 32

Contains curriculum vitae, personal correspondence mostly from the 1990s, graduate school materials, newspaper articles and clippings, and other items of personal and biographical interest. Catalog of McKenzie library held by the Institute of Economic Research in Japan is in English and Japanese. Arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Catalog of Lionel W. McKenzie Library [Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University], 2004
Box 32
Curriculum vitae, circa 1950-2003
Box 32
Graduate school materials, 1942-1949
Box 32
Japan trip, 1980
Box 32
Miscellaneous, undated
Box 32
Newspaper articles, press releases, and years in review, 1950s-1999
Box 32
Personal correspondence, 1952-1998
Box 32

Notes, manuscripts, drafts, proofs, and reprints for many of McKenzie's publications spanning his entire career. Includes his Princeton thesis and manuscripts of a few unpublished articles. Major topics include the turnpike theorem, general equilibrium, and optimal economic growth, with extensive notes and drafts for writings on all three topics. A few folders house correspondence pertaining to specific articles and areas of research, often including comments and critiques of McKenzie's ideas by his peers. Also included are McKenzie's contributions to the 1987 New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, the 1983 Handbook of Mathematical Economics, and the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Additionally, there is a small group of bound material from graduate courses McKenzie took in the 1950s with McKenzie's annotations. Folders arranged alphabetically by title. For published articles, the date refers to the date of publication.

Accumulation Programs of Maximum Utility and the Von Neumann Facet, 1967
Box 33
Bibliographies, circa 1953, circa 1960
(2 folders)
Box 33
Book, early plans, circa 1955
Box 33
Capital Accumulation Optimal in the Final State, 1971
Box 33
The Classical Theorem on Existence of Competitive Equilibrium, 1981
(5 folders)
Box 33
The Classical Theorem on Existence of Competitive Equilibrium: a Postscript (unpublished), circa 1981
Box 33
Competitive Equilibrium with Dependent Consumer Preferences, 1956
Box 33
The Comparative Statics and Dynamics of Stationary States, 1990
(folders 1-4 of 5)
Box 33
The Comparative Statics and Dynamics of Stationary States, 1990
(folder 5 of 5)
Box 34
A Contribution to the Theorem of Competitive Equilibrium, early versions, circa 1960s
Box 34
Copies of articles, 1946-1999
(6 folders)
Box 34
Core and Competitive Equilibria in Finite Economies, 1993
Box 34
Cowles Foundation discussion papers, 1956
Box 34
Demand Theory Without a Utility Index, 1957
Box 34
Department papers, 1961
Box 34
Department seminars, 1984
Box 34
Distribution lists, 1970s-1980s and undated
Box 35
"The Dorfman-Samuelson-Solow Turnpike Theorem," 1963
(2 folders)
Box 35
"Early Conferences on Economic Growth," 1999
Box 35
Early versions of 1960s papers
Box 35
"Equality of Factor Prices in World Trade," 1955
Box 35
"On Equilibrium in Graham's Model of World Trade and Other Competitive Systems," 1954
(2 folders)
Box 35
"Equilibrium, Trade, and Capital Accumulation," 1999
(2 folders)
Box 35
"The Existence of Competitive Equilibrium in a Growing Economy," 1993
Box 35
"The Existence of Competitive Equilibrium Over an Infinite Horizon with Production and General Consumption Sets," 1993
Box 35
"On the Existence of General Equilibrium," 1959
(folder 1 of 3)
Box 35
"On the Existence of General Equilibrium," 1959
(folders 2-3 of 3)
Box 36
"Factor Price Equilization and the Jacobian Determinant," 1963
(3 folders)
Box 36
"A General Equilibrium Analysis in International Trade," circa 1963
Box 36
"Ideal Output and the Independence of Firms," 1951
Box 36
Indirect tax problem, circa 1956
Box 36
Japanese students at the University of Rochester, 1970s-1980s
Box 36
Kimura (JET), 1973-1974
Box 36
Lectures, undated
Box 36
Letter of application for research support, circa 1953
Box 36
Materials for Stanford workshop, 1956
Box 36
"Mathematical Theory of International Trade," 1965
Box 36
"Maximal Paths in the Von Neumann Model," 1967
(3 folders)
Box 36
Miscellaneous materials and manuscripts, undated
(5 folders)
Box 37
MIT press reprints, 1970s
Box 37
My papers at the University of Rochester, 1960s
(2 folders)
Box 37
General, 1980s
(2 folders)
Box 37
"General Equilibrium," 1987
(3 folders)
Box 38
"Gross Substitutes," 1987
Box 38
"Turnpike Theory," 1987
(2 folders)
Box 38
"A New Route to Turnpikes," 1976
Box 38
Notes, undated
(4 folders)
Box 38
Notes from Harvard, circa 1980
Box 38
Notes from Madison and Illinois, 1976
Box 38
Notes from New Haven: Cowles Foundation, 1956
Box 38
Notes on Anour and Hahn, undated
Box 38
Notes on dual turnpikes, undated
Box 38
Notes on econometrics, 1950s
Box 38
Notes on growth theorem, 1960s
Box 39
Notes on optimal growth, undated
Box 39
Notes on rational choice, undated
Box 39
Notes on taxation from SSRC workshop, 1957
Box 39
Notes on turnpike theorem, 1960s
Box 39
Notes on turnpikes, undated
Box 39
"Optimal Economic Growth, Turnpike Theorem, and Competitive Dynamics," 1986
(folders 1-6 of 9)
Box 39
"Optimal Economic Growth, Turnpike Theorem, and Competitive Dynamics," 1986
(folders 7-9 of 9)
Box 40
Oxford lectures, circa 1947, circa 1955
Box 40
Oxford thesis, 1948
Box 40
Papers, 1950s-1990s
(folders 1-3 of 14)
Box 40
Papers, 1950s-1990s
(folders 4-14 of 14)
Box 41
Presidential lecture, 1979
Box 41
"Price-Quantity Duality and Turnpike Theorem," 1961
Box 41
"A Primal Route to the Turnpike and Liapounov Stability," 1982
(folders 1-2 of 4)
Box 41
"A Primal Route to the Turnpike and Liapounov Stability," 1982
(folders 3-4 of 4)
Box 42
Programming of independent sources, 1950-1951
Box 42
Princeton thesis, 1956
Box 42
Referee reports, 1981
Box 42
Research for Warsaw paper, 1970s
Box 42
Review of Collard, etc., 1957, 1984
Box 42
"A Scholar's Progress," 1999
Box 42
Social Sciences Encyclopedia, 1964-1965
Box 42
Some revised manuscripts, 1980s
Box 42
"Specialization and Efficiency in World Production," 1954
Box 42
"Stability of Equilibrium and the Value of Positive Excess Demand," 1960
Box 42
"Theorem and Counter-Example," Swann and Koupeman correspondence, 1960s
Box 42
"Theory of International Trade II," 1966
Box 42
"Three Turnpike Theorems for a Generalized Leontief Model," 1962
Box 42
Trade, 1960s
Box 43
"Turnpike Theory," 1976
(2 folders)
Box 43
"Turnpike Theory: Some Corrections," 1980
Box 43
"Turnpike Theory, Discounted Utility, and the Von Neumann Facet," 1983
(5 folders)
Box 43
"Turnpike Theorem of Morishima," 1963
Box 43
"Turnpike Theorems with Technology and Welfare Function Variable," 1972
Box 43
"Turnpikes," 1998
(2 folders)
Box 44
Two reprints, 1971-1972
Box 44
"Why Compute Competitive Equilibrium," 1976
Box 44
Various authors. "Lectures on the Theory of Games," 1952
Box 44
Various authors. "Seminar on Convex Sets," 1949-1950
Box 44
Fan, Ky. "Convex Sets and Their Applications," 1959
Box 44
Fenchel, W. "Convex Cones, Sets, and Function," 1953
Box 44
MacLane, Saunders. "Algebraic Topology," 1951
Box 44
Savage. "Exercises in Math Stat," circa 1951
Box 44
Tucker, A. W. "Game Theory and Programming," 1955
Box 44

Historical Note

DateEvent(s)
1919 Jan. 26Born in Montezuma, Georgia
1939Completed Bachelor of the Arts at Duke University
1939Named Rhodes Scholar
1942Completed Masters of the Arts at Princeton University
1948Completed B. Litt. degree at Oxford University
1948-1957Served as Assistant Professor in Economics, Duke University
1956Received PhD from Princeton University
1957-1966Professor and Chairman of the Department of Economics, University of Rochester
1959Published "On the Existence of General Equilibrium for a Competitive Economy" in Econometrica
1967-1989Served as Wilson Professor of Economics at University of Rochester
1973-1974Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
1978Elected to the National Academy of Sciences
1986Published "Optimal Growth, Turnpike Theorem, and Comparative Dynamics" in Handbook of Mathematical Economics
1989Retired from University of Rochester
2002Published Classical General Equilibrium Theory
2010 Oct. 12Died in Rochester, N.Y.

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Those interested in Lionel McKenzie and his research may also wish to consult the Kenneth J. Arrow Papers and the Robert M. Solow Papers, also housed at the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

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[Identification of item], Lionel W. McKenzie Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University

Provenance

The Lionel W. McKenzie Papers were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift in 2003.

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