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Guide to the Paul A. Samuelson papers, 1933-2010 and undated

Abstract

Paul A. Samuelson was a Nobel Prize-winning economist and professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Paul Samuelson papers span the years 1933 to 2010 and cover nearly all aspects of his long career. The collection is arranged in the following series: Audiovisual Materials, Awards, Committees and Projects, Correspondence, Printed Materials, Speeches and Interviews, Teaching Materials, and Unpublished Writings. Significant correspondents include Milton Friedman, Don Patinkin, and Robert Solow, and many other notable economists, Nobel prize winners, politicians, and scientists. Researchers will find materials representing Samuelson’s work on diverse topics of economic theory, including the history of economic thought (post-Keynesian economics, neoclassical economics, and thinkers such as Marx, Sraffa and Ricardo), financial economics, growth theory, international finance, inflation, stability, welfare economics, post-World War economic policies and stabilization, stochastic analysis, utility, monetary policy, Marxist economics, biological economics - including population and gender studies, thermodynamics, and mathematical economics. Finally, the Samuelson Papers also document his strong contributions to the U.S. government, especially his work for the Federal Reserve, and to federally-funded projects, professional committees and boards, and organizations and societies, beginning in the 1940s and continuing throughout his career.

Descriptive Summary

Collection Number
RL.10082
Title
Paul A. Samuelson papers
Date
1933-2010 and undated
Creator
Samuelson, Paul A. (Paul Anthony), 1915-2009
Extent
119 Linear Feet, Approx. 88,950 Items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
Material in English

Collection Overview

The Paul A. Samuelson Papers span the years 1933 to 2010, and cover nearly all aspects of his long career. Materials are arranged in the original order maintained by Samuelson, and include his professional correspondence files; unpublished writings, notes, drafts and fragments; audiovisual materials; documents regarding awards, including the Nobel Prize; files relating to various grants, committees, and projects; teaching materials from his years at MIT; files of speeches; and publication files, including professional and mainstream media articles. Significant correspondents include Milton Friedman, Don Patinkin, and Robert Solow, as well as many other notable economists, Nobel prize winners, politicians, and scientists. Material can also be found on economic programs at institutions such as MIT, where Samuelson established a renowned economics faculty. Researchers will find materials representing Samuelson’s work on diverse topics of economic theory, including the history of economic thought (post-Keynesian economics, neoclassical economics, and thinkers such as Marx, Sraffa and Ricardo), financial economics, growth theory, international finance, inflation, stability, welfare economics, post-World War economic policies and stabilization, stochastic analysis, utility, monetary policy, Marxist economics, biological economics - including population and gender studies, thermodynamics, and mathematical economics. Samuelson's insights on many of these subjects serve as organizational themes for large sections in the Unpublished Writings Series in the collection. Finally, the Samuelson Papers also document his strong contributions to the U.S. government, especially his work for the Federal Reserve, and to federally-funded projects, professional committees and boards, and organizations and societies, beginning in the 1940s and continuing throughout his career.

The Correspondence Series spans Samuelson's entire career, beginning in the 1930s. It consists mainly of professional exchanges with his colleagues in the U.S. and other countries. There are also files of correspondence with a wide variety of political and academic figures, presses, and media organizations. There is frequent correspondence with President Kennedy, for whom he was an economic advisor. Besides the named folders that represent notable economists such as Milton Friedman, John Kenneth Galbraith, Franco Modigliani, Don Patinkin, and Robert Solow, there are general correspondence folders in which a variety of documents are chronologically arranged. There is also a large group of files relating to the publication of his textbooks. Additional correspondence can be found in almost all the other series. A more detailed documentation of the Correspondence Series and its correspondents can be found in the series description.

A large series of Unpublished Writings contains many folders of unpublished articles, extensive research notes, jotted-down insights, and other fragmentary writings. The earliest pieces appear to be a typescript of Samuelson's 1933 diary and writings on collective bargaining (1933-1934). The wide range of topics in economic theory as well as the history of economics reflects Samuelson's interests over many decades, beginning with his work on Marx and the Transformation Problem, and later on, focusing more specifically on financial economics. The unpublished writings also reveal that he also wrote extensively on population and gender studies, thermodynamics, and mathematics.

The equally large Printed Materials Series houses a nearly complete collection of Samuelson's published articles in addition to a few of his monographs. In some cases, article folders include extensive correspondence between Samuelson and his editors and publishers. There is a complete list of Samuelson's publications available to researchers in the library, but not every publication listed is present in the collection. Located in this series is a copy of the thesis that Samuelson wrote while he was at Harvard, which in 1947 was published as the well-known Foundations of Economic Analysis. Also present in this series are the many columns and articles he wrote for Newsweek in the 1960s and 1970s.

Other aspects of Samuelson's career can be found in course files which form the Teaching Materials Series, most of which contain reading lists and syllabi, and in the Committees and Projects Series, which contains information on his many consultancy roles, grant-funded projects, and professional service. Examples include projects for the Radiation Laboratory and the Rand Corporation, and contributions to government agencies such as the U.S. War Production Board and the Federal Reserve Board, as well as academic organizations such as the National Science Foundation, the National Academy of Science and the Econometric Society.

The smallest series of the collection, the Awards Series contains materials relating to Samuelson's Nobel Prize in Economics in 1970 and his Medal of Science award in 1996. Files contain congratulatory letters and telegrams, and his outgoing correspondence to subsequent Nobel Prize winners. In contrast to this small series, the large Speeches and Interviews Series houses paper drafts or transcripts of nearly all of Samuelson's public presentations, amounting to over 400 lectures, speeches, and interviews. Some of these can also be found on recorded media in the Audiovisual Series.

The Audiovisual Materials Series features 320 cassettes from the commercially produced Economics Cassettes Series, a set of interviews with Milton Friedman and Paul Samuelson on economics issues of the times. There are also a few tapes and cassettes of lectures and speeches by Samuelson. Items related to the topics and events represented in this series are also found in the Teaching Materials, Speeches and Interviews, and Awards Series. There is a DVD recording of the 2010 MIT memorial service which provides many images of Samuelson taken throughout his life, filling in for the absence of photographs in the collection. Original audiovisual materials are closed to use; listening or viewing copies may need to be made by staff for access. Please contact Research Services before coming to use this series.

Arrangement

Organized into the following series: Audiovisual Material, Awards, Committees and Projects, Correspondence, Printed Material, Speeches and Interviews, Teaching Material, and Unpublished Writings.

Restrictions on Access & Use

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Collection is open for research.

Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection.

All or portions of this collection may be housed off-site in Duke University's Library Service Center. The library may require up to 48 hours to retrieve these materials for research use.

Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library to use this collection.

Conditions Governing Access note

[Original audiovisual materials are closed to use. Use of these materials may require production of listening or viewing copies. Please contact Research Services before coming to use this collection.]

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The copyright interests in this collection have not been transferred to Duke University. For more information, consult the copyright section of the Regulations and Procedures of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Contents of the Collection

1. Audiovisual Materials, 1960-2009

Chiefly made up of two sets of the Economics Cassette Series produced by Instructional Dynamics Incorporated (IDI) between 1968 and 1977, the Audiovisual Materials Series contains 191 cassette tape recordings featuring interviews with Paul Samuelson and 125 cassettes featuring interviews with Milton Friedman, discussing fiscal policy and other issues through their respective lenses of Keynesian and Monetarist economics. Many of the Friedman interviews listed here have been digitized by the Hoover Institution at Stanford and may be accessed online through its website on Friedman: http://hoohila.stanford.edu/friedman/ecs.php.

The series also includes open reel audio of two of Samuelson's lectures, a video response to a 1975 video lecture by Samuelson from a group of German students at the University of Cologne, and a film reel of Samuelson winning the Nobel Prize.

Conditions Governing Access Note

Original audiovisual materials are closed to use. Use of these materials may require production of listening or viewing copies. Please contact Research Services before coming to use this Series.

Tape 1 - untitled, circa 1969
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Tape 2 - untitled, circa 1969
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Tape 3 - untitled, circa 1969
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Tape 4 - untitled, circa 1969
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Tape 5 - untitled, circa 1969
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Tape 6 - untitled, 1969
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Tape 7 - untitled, 1969
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Tape 8 - untitled, 1969
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Tape 9 - Year end review; continuation of 1969 forecast, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0009
Tape 10 - Interest rates; more 1969 forecast, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0010
Tape 11 - Difference of opinion between Samuelson and Friedman, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0011
Tape 12 - President's economic report, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0012
Tape 13 - Current information; analysis of our economic destiny this year and future, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0013
Tape 14 - New economics conference board forecast, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0014
Tape 15 - General direction of economic activity, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0015
Tape 16 - Prime rate; stock market-Nixon; tax reform, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0016
Tape 17 - Views of 1969; FRB report; D-J adjustments, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0017
Tape 18 - Federal reserve forecast, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0018
Tape 19 - International gold situation, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0019
Tape 20 - General topics, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0020
Tape 21 - Review of first quarter 1969, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0021
Tape 22 - Eisenhower, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0022
Tape 23 - Stock market, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0023
Tape 24 - Response to subscribers, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0024
Tape 25 - First quarter review, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0025
Tape 26 - Nixon's first 100 days, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0026
Tape 27 - Basic economics, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0027
Tape 28 - Subscribers' questions, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0028
Tape 29 - Summary of recent events; subscribers' questions, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0029
Tape 30 - America's balance of payments; stock market, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0030
Tape 31 - First half of 1969, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0031
Tape 32 - Inflation, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0032
Tape 33 - GNP; surtax, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0033
Tape 34 - Samuelson vs. Friedman, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0034
Tape 35 - Economics' credibility; forecast for 4th quarter, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0035
Tape 36 - Business outlook, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0036
Tape 37 - International situation, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0037
Tape 38 - Review of 3rd quarter GNP, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0038
Tape 39 - Comments on some 1970 forecasts, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0039
Tape 40 - Subscribers questions; nobel peace prize winners, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0040
Tape 41 - Inflation; youth and economics, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0041
Tape 42 - 1970 forecast, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0042
Tape 43 - State of the union, circa 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0043
Tape 44 - Economic growth in 1970, circa 1970
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0044
Tape 45 - untitled, circa 1970
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0045
Tape 46 - Revision of 1970 economic forecasts, circa 1970
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0046
Tape 47 - Black America and the economy, circa 1970
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0047
Tape 48 - Mid-recession ends, circa 1970
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0048
Tape 49 - The stock market and college investment profolios, circa 1970
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0049
Tape 50 - The Wall Street situation, circa 1970
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Tape 51 - Another look at Wall Street, circa 1970
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0051
Tape 52 - Answers to subscribers; inquiries; revised forecast, circa 1970
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Tape 53 - An economic look at 1970, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 54 - Economic outlook for 1971, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 55 - Statistical revisions- a fair prediction, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0055
Tape 56 - Income policies, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0056
Tape 57 - Forecasting the future: ten year economic outlooks, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0057
Tape 58 - Economic retardation ends, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0058
Tape 59 - The world wide money situation, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0059
Tape 60 - Comments on some 1971 economic forecasts, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0060
Tape 61 - untitled, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0061
Tape 62 - How strikes effect GNP, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 63 - Effect of GM strike on fourth quarter GNP, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0063
Tape 64 - Federal reserve: controlling the money supply, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 65 - Fixed rate of growth for money supply, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 66 - The US economy: 1970 what's ahead for 1971, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 67 - The president and the economy, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0067
Tape 68 - Will automatic wage controls work, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0068
Tape 69 - 1971: there's good news tonight, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0069
Tape 70 - Why are they laughing at Laffer, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 71 - Systematic divergences between broad and narrow money supplies, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 72 - Reviewing 1971's first quarter: a preview, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 73 - Grounding the SST an economic argument, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 74 - 1971: official first quarter analysis, circa 1970-1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0074
Tape 75 - Economic expansion: how fast, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 76 - The European monetary crisis, circa 1970-1971
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Tape 77 - Are political beliefs and economic forecasts related, 1971
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Tape 78 - The future of the affluent state, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0078
Tape 79 - Previews of 4th quarter effects of possible steel strike, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0079
Tape 80 - Administration naming of policy makers; effects of jobless figures on SNP, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0080
Tape 81 - Declining US balance of trade, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0081
Tape 82 - Pessimism in the economy, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0082
Tape 83 - Effects on president's economic policy changes, circa 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0083
Tape 84 - Foreign reaction to American dollar evaluation, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0084
Tape 85 - Computer-base economic forecasts, circa 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0085
Tape 86 - European viewpoint of Nixon economic policies, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0086
Tape 87 - The martin report on the New York Stock Exchange, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0087
Tape 88 - Review of 1971 3rd quarter statistics, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0088
Tape 89 - Economic component's effect on 1972, 1971
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Tape 90 - Economic outlook for 1972, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0090
Tape 91 - Meaning of the McCracken resignation; international money situation, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0091
Tape 93 - The economics of the stock market, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0092
Tape 94 - The international monetary situation, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0093
Tape 96 - Value added tax, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0094
Tape 97 - Dollar parity in the current market, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0095
Tape 98 - Everything you always wanted to know about current economics, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0096
Tape 99 - The economics of zero population growth, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0097
Tape 100 - 1972 first quarter figures, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0098
Tape 101 - International trade for a rich country, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0099
Tape 102 - Change in the treasury department, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0100
Tape 103 - International trade for a rich country part II, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0101
Tape 104 - Senator McGovern's politics, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0102
Tape 105 - The British pound, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0103
Tape 106 - Mid-year: preview 1972-73 forecasts, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0104
Tape 107 - The American economy mid-year 1972, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0105
Tape 108 - Balance of payments: one year later, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0106
Tape 109 - The American economy, after Nixon's re-election, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0107
Tape 110 - The new McGovern economics program, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0108
Tape 111 - International monetary bank and fund, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0109
Tape 112 - Review of IMF actions, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0110
Tape 113 - Credit crunch in 1973, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0111
Tape 114 - Political economics after the elections, assuming..., 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0112
Tape 115 - The Dow Jones tops 1,000, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0113
Tape 116 - Economic outlook for 1973, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0114
Tape 117 - Influence of Professor Milton Friedman; what a difference a month makes, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0115
Tape 118 - Economic Forecasts Roundup; Wall Street, 1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0116
Tape 119 - The meaning of phase III, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0117
Tape 120 - Presidential economics: comparative review, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0118
Tape 121 - Presidents messages; unemployment; phase III, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0119
Tape 122 - Devaluation of the Dollar, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0120
Tape 123 - More on the Dollar Crisis; the domestic outlook, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0121
Tape 125 - A look at Japan, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0122
Tape 126 - Overheating of the economy and that money crunch, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0123
Tape 127 - Answers to listeners questions, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0124
Tape 128 - Analysis of recent international money market activity, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0125
Tape 129 - GNP; interest rates; stock market, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0126
Tape 130 - Phase 3 1/2, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0127
Tape 131 - Mid-year turnaround?, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0128
Tape 132 - Watergate; the money crunch, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0129
Tape 133 - Supporting the dollar; monetarism; US on the bargain block, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0130
Tape 135 - Recession ahead, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0131
Tape 136 - The new business year begins, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0132
Tape 137 - Worldwide inflation, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0133
Tape 139 - Leontief's nobel award; world GNP and US eclipse, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0134
Tape 140 - Third period GNP; soft landing?, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0135
Tape 142 - More on the energy crisis, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0136
Tape 143 - Economic outlook for 1974, 1973
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0137
Tape 144 - Lessons from recent economic history, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0138
Tape 146 - On the state of the union address, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0139
Tape 147 - The president's economic report, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0140
Tape 148 - Runaway inflation; gradual recovery, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0141
Tape 149 - How to invest lesson #1: stocks versus non-stocks; diversified piece of whole market, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0142
Tape 150 - Springtime upturn?, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0143
Tape 152 - Longtime erosion of profits, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0144
Tape 153 - Re-analysis of first quarter figures, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0145
Tape 160 - Ford's middle road, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0146
Tape 159 - Stock predictions and money, 1974
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Tape 158 - Mid-year guessing's, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0148
Tape 157 - The future revealed, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0149
Tape 156 - Cheerful food outlook; how European funds perform, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0150
Tape 155 - Economics in crisis, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0151
Tape 162 - Economist meet at the summit, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0152
Tape 161 - Challenge to investment judgment, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0153
Tape 165 - The noble laureates, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0154
Tape 168 - Economic outlook for 1975, circa 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0155
Tape 169 - Consensus of year- end forecasts, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0156
Tape 164 - Somber autumn outlook, 1974
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0157
Tape 173 - The depression of 1975, or recession?, 1975
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0158
Tape 176 - Social security and tax egalitarianism, 1975
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0159
Tape 177 - Will the federal deficit crowd out private financing, 1975
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0160
Tape 178 - New economic doctrines, 1975
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0161
Tape 179 - Crowding out effect of Deficit?, 1975
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0162
Tape 180 - Waiting for Godot and recovery, 1975
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0163
Tape 181 - The turn...at last!, 1975 June
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0164
Tape 183 - Outlook at midyear, 1975 July
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0165
Tape 184 - World growth to 2000 A.D., 1975 July
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0166
Tape 185 - Forecast for recovery, 1975 August
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0167
Tape 186 - Fuel, food, inflation, 1975 August
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0168
Tape 187 - In search of an energy policy, 1975 September
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0185
Tape 188 - Assessing the recovery, 1975 October
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0169
Tape 189 - 1975 Nobel Award, 1975 October
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0170
Tape 190 - The assessment of the business trend, 1975 October
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0171
Tape 191 - The economic summit, 1975 November
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0172
Tape 193 - State of the Union, 1976 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0173
Tape 194 - The course of the recovery, 1976 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0174
Tape 195 - The 200th anniversary of Adam Smith's "The Wealth of Nations," 1976 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0175
Tape 196 - Commentary on Friedman's income tax ceiling; state and gift taxes; distribution of wealth; President's tax reform, 1976 April
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0176
Tape 197 - U.S. economy; latest GNP; inflation prospects; interest rates; favorable stock market analysis, 1976 April
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0177
Tape 198 - International economic picture-Britain, Switzerland, Italy, Japan; U.S. and expenditures for poor nations, 1976 May
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0178
Tape 199 - Gold-IMF auction; potato futures; visit to the White House and the economy; recession 1978?, 1976 June
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0179
Tape 200 - Jimmy Carter: presidential prospects, economic advisors, economic positions, background, 1976 June
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0180
Tape 201 - Rescue of British Pound; U.S. economic recovery slows; 1 1/2 cheers for Ford; Fed restrains money growth, 1976 June
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0181
Tape 203 - REITs and banks; Jimmy Carter as President; the slow-down in GNP; the Humphrey-Hawkins Bill, 1976 July
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0182
Tape 206 - Western Europe; poor Britain-an endangered "snake"; a solid German mark; shaky French economy, 1976 October
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0183
Tape 208 - Friedman's Nobel Prize; GNP growth slows; inflation down; final sales up; mystery in federal spending, 1976 October
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0184
Tape 209 - Problems for Jimmy Carter; a tough Arthur Burns; a Democratic Fed; Carter appointments, 1976 November
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0186
Tape 210 - Jimmy Carter's economic goal for 1977; Fed plays politics; need for tax cut; the missing billions, 1976 November
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0187
Tape 212 - Economy picks up; OPEC price boost; Carter's economic appointees, 1976 December
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0188
Tape 214 - GNP figures; price outlook; the economic summit; third world debts, 1977 January
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0189
Tape 215 - Cold weather and the economy; independence of the Federal Reserve System, 1977 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0190
Tape 216 - Bad news on inflation and GNP; Carter's first budget; Congress and the Fed, 1977 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0191
untitled, circa 1971-1972
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0192
Tape 001 - untitled, circa 1968
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0193
Tape 002 - untitled, circa 1968
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0194
Tape 003 - untitled, circa 1968
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0195
Tape 004 - untitled, circa 1968
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0196
Tape 005 - untitled, circa 1968
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0197
Tape 006 - untitled, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0198
Tape 007 - untitled, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0199
Tape 008 - untitled, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0200
Tape 009 - 1969 forecast; new administration policies; surtax possibilities, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0201
Tape 010 - 1969 forecast amplification; decrease in growth rate of monetary supply, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0202
Tape 011 - The 10 Percent Surtax, the 1969 Economic Report, Is a New Crisis Coming?, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0203
Tape 012 - Exchange Rates and Imports, Monetary Versus Fiscal Policy, Measures of Monetary Policy, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0204
Tape 013 - Second Half of 1969: slowdown Foreseen, Money/Cause or Effect, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0205
Tape 014 - New Bretton Woods Would Be Disaster, Monetary Policy Article in New York Times, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0206
Tape 015 - Conglomerates, Tax Reform, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0207
Tape 016 - Divergent Monetary Trends, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0208
Tape 017 - British Bank Rate, French Revolution, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0209
Tape 018 - Current Monetary News, Conservative Disappointment with Nixon, 3, Independence of Federal Reserve, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0210
Tape 019 - Monetary Developments, Demand and Supply of Money and Credits, Inflation and Unemployment, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0211
Tape 020 - Current Monetary and Economic Developments, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0212
Tape 021 - International Financial Picture: Reduction of United States Exchange Controls, Credit Restraint Euro-Dollars, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0213
Tape 022 - Current Monetary Developments: Prospects for Interest Rates, Nixon Budget, Peace Rumors and the Market Federal Funds Rate, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0214
Tape 023 - Nixon's Tax Proposals, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0215
Tape 024 - Reaction to Samuelson: Impact of De Gaulle's Resignation, Effect on US Dollar, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0216
Tape 025 - Monetary Policy, Gold Prices, Vietnam Peace, Investment Tax Credit, 'Collectivism', 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0217
Tape 026 - Current Monetary Indication, Balance of Payments Deficit, Rush for German Marks, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0218
Tape 027 - Businessmen and Inflation, Bond Market, Harry Schultz Letter, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0219
Tape 028 - Money Supply, Pressure for Rate Increase, David Kennedy and Wage and Price Controls, 1969
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0220
Tape 029 - Current Conditions, A.B.A. International Monetary Conference, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0221
Tape 030 - Monetary Developments, Interest Rates, Compensating Balances and Interest on Demand Deposits, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0222
Tape 031 - Quantity of Money, Behavior of Interest Rates, Real vs. Nominal Interest Rates, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0223
Tape 032 - Monetary Developments, Future Federal Policy Lag in Effect of Money, Tax Legislation, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0224
Tape 033 - Nixon Welfare Proposal, Revision of Money Supply Figures, Subscribers' Questions, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0225
Tape 034 - Japan, Current Economic Conditions, Overkill, Interest Deduction, Capital Gains, Rediscounting, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0226
Tape 035 - Unemployment Figures, Monetary Developments, Interest Rates, Economic Forecast, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0227
Tape 036 - Appointment of Arthur Burns to Fed, German Mark and Exchange Rates, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0228
Tape 037 - Monetary Developments, Economic Development, Cost of Anti-Inflation, Production / Property Taxes, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0229
Tape 038 - Monetary Developments, Interest Rates, Rinfret's Predictions, Stock Market, Bank Holding Co. Comm. Paper, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0230
Tape 040 - Monetary Developments, Feasibility of Steady Monetary Growth, Rinfret's Predictions, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0231
Tape 041 - Prospective Money Situation, Velority Behavior, 1969
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0232
Tape 042 - Nixon Reaction to Recession, Wage Settlements and Unemployment, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0233
Tape 043 - Money Stock, Regulation Question, Pollution, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0234
Tape 044 - Bond Market Turn, Debt, Bankruptcies, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0235
Tape 045 - Economic Trends, Money and Bonds, Vounteer Armed Forces, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0236
Tape 046 - Economic and Monetary Conditions, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0237
Tape 047 - Japan and Korea, Monetary Developments, Economic Developments, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0238
Tape 048 - Income Tax, Econometric Models, Canada vs. U.S. in Cost Depression, Pollution, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0239
Tape 049 - General Economic Conditions, Market Price Increases, Margin Requirements on Stocks, Liquidity Crisis, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0240
Tape 050 - Stock Market, Is This 1929, Low Point of Current Revision, Subscribers Questions, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0241
Tape 051 - Stock Market, Credit Crisis, Monetary Policy, Income Policy, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0242
Tape 052 - Distinctive Features of Recession, High Interest Rates, Control of Money Supply, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0243
Tape 053 - Penn Central Bankruptcy, Monetary Development, President Nixon's Economic Sale, Subscribers' Questions, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0244
Tape 054 - Monetary Development, Interest Rates/Money Supply, British Tax Policy, Debt Liquidation/Dollar, Devaluation/Black Angus, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0245
Tape 055 - Inflation, Bottoming of Economy, Interest Rates, Capital Spending, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0246
Tape 056 - Monetary Developments, Bottoming of Recession, Long Term Interest Rates, Recommended Money Supply, Real Money Supply, Jewish Conspiracy, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0247
Tape 056 - Monetary Developments, Bottoming of Recession, Long Term Interest Rates, Recommended Money Supply, Real Money Supply, Jewish Conspiracy, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0248
Tape 057 - General Review of Outlook for Money, Business, Inflation, Stock Market, Interest Rates, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0249
Tape 058 - Monetary and Economic Conditions, Commentary on Britain and Italy, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0250
Tape 059 - Current Economic Condition, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0251
Tape 060 - Pre-Election Economic Perspective, Real Money Supply, Residual Money Supply, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0252
Tape 061 - Industrial Production Decline, Monetary Development, Fed Policy, Subscribers Questions, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0253
Tape 062 - Implications of Monetary Development, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0254
Tape 063 - Outlook for 1971, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0255
Tape 064 - Economic Development, Constructive Money, Growth, 1970
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0256
Tape 065 - Monetary Developments, Depreciation Liberalization, Steel Prices, 1971
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0257
Tape 066 - Monetary Figures, Steel Prices Ploy, State of Union Message, 1971
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0258
Tape 067 - Administration Projections, Projected Default, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0259
Tape 068 - Davis Bacon Act, Forecasts, Band Market, Common Market Currency, 1971
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0260
Tape 069 - Monetary Development, Bond Market, Budget, Escalated Bond, 1971
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0261
Tape 070 - S.S.T., Oil Import Quotas, Interest Rates, 1971
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0262
Tape 071 - Monetary Developments, Living with Inflation, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0263
Tape 072 - Monetary Development, Stock market, GNP Growth, National Dividend Plan, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0264
Tape 074 - International Monetary Developments, Domestic Recovery, 1971
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0265
Tape 075 - Interest Rates and Money, Subscribers Questions, 1971 June 2
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0266
Tape 076 - Time's Board of Economists, St. Louis Price Predictions, Cost-Push-Inflation, 1971 June 15
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0267
Tape 078 - Mr. Nixon's Policy, Unemployment, Effect of Monetary Changes, Inflation Potential, 1971 July
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0268
Tape 079 - Monetary Development, Monetarist Forecasts, Seasonal Adjustment of Money, Balance of Payment, 1971 July 27
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0269
Tape 080 - Unilateral Devaluation of Dollar, Speculation for the Yen Inflation, 1971 August
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0270
Tape 081 - The President's New Economic Policy, 1971
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0271
Tape 082 - International Monetary Development, Domestic Economy, 1971 September 27
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0272
Tape 087 - Forecast for 1972, 1971 December 1
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0273
Tape 089 - Have Monetary Policies Failed? Monetary and International Developments, 1971 December 26
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0274
Tape 091 - Deficits, GNP Estimates, Money, Subscriber's Questions, 1972 January 26
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0275
Tape 107 - European Fear of Inflation, US Monetary Developments, Flood Relief, Gold, 1972 September 20
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0276
Tape 112 - Economic Outlook for 1973, 1972 November 29
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0277
Tape 116 - International Monetary Crisis, Domestic Monetary Growth, 1973 March 5
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0278
Tape 117 - Yugoslavia, International Monetary Development, 1973 March 14
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0279
Tape 118 - Report on Yugoslavia and Italy, 1973 April 13
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0280
Tape 119 - Inflations, Monetary Development, Prospects, 1973 April 25
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0281
Tape 120 - Discount Rate, Current Boom, Future Prospects, Balance of Payments, 1973 May 11
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0282
Tape 121 - Gold and the Dollar, Stock Market, Wage and Price Controls, 1973 May 24
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0283
Tape 122 - Adam Smith, Controls, Dollar and Gold, Watergate and the Economy, 1973 June 11
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0284
Tape 124 - The German Mark, Federal Reserve Action, Interest Rates, Subscribers Queries, 1973 July 4
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0285
Tape 138 - Economic Conditions, Monetary policy, International Scene, Watergate and Resignation, 1974 January 16
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0286
Tape 140 - Personal Income and Wholesale Prices, Real Money Balances, Monetary Correction, 1974 February 20
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0287
Tape 142 - President Nixon, Money, Inflation, 1974 March 20
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0288
Tape 144 - Money, Disintermediation, Thrift Institutions, Inflation Prospects, 1974 April 17
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0289
Tape 145 - Money Figures and Fed Stand, Nixon-Burns Forecast about Food/Fuel "Bubble Burst Effect," 1974 May 1
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0290
Tape 146 - Franklin National, Flexible Exchange Rates, Ideas vs. Experience, 1974 May 20
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0291
Tape 147 - Monetary Policy, Burns Talk, Leading Indicators, Wage Price Controls, 1974 March 30
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0292
Tape 149 - Current Economic Conditions, Capital Markets, Indexation Stock Volume and Prices, 1974 June 26
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0293
Tape 150 - Alan Greenspan, Monetary Growth, Recession? Bank Failures, 1974 July 24
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0294
Tape 151 - Implications of Prospective End of Nixon Presidency, Retrospective on Nixon Years, Commercial and Industrial Loans, 1974 August 7
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0295
Tape 152 - Monetary Policy, Economic Prospects, GM and Ford Price Hikes, Price and Wage Controls?, 1974 August 21
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0296
Tape 155 - President Ford's Message, 1974 October 10
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0297
Tape 156 - Prospects for Inflation, Business Conditions, Interest rates, British Election, 1974 October 23
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0298
Tape 157 - Election Consequences, Media, Money Supply, 1974 November 6
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0299
Tape 159 - Economic Outlook for 1975, 1974
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0300
Tape 160 - Steel Prices, Personal Income, Money and Prices, Administration Policy, 1974 December 19
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0301
Tape 165 - Reader's Questions, Oil Cartel, 1975 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0302
Tape 167 - Domestic Economy, Vacuum in Far East, Chile Inflation, 1975 May
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0303
Tape 173 - Monetary Policy, Wheat Sale, Oil Decontrol, Kelso, 1975 August
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0304
Tape 174 - Inflation, Federal Debt, Anemic Expansion, 1975 August
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0305
Tape 175 - Money, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Monetary Targets, Eurodollars, 1975 September
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0306
Tape 179 - Chile, 1976 Economic Conditions, Prime Rate, Monetary Policy, 1975 October
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0307
Tape 180 - Monetary Testimony, Australia, Corporation Taxes, 1975 November
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0308
Tape 183 - T-Bill Futures Market, Evans Predictions, Monetarism, 1976 January
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0309
Tape 185 - Money Targets, Natural Gas, Moynihan, Canadian Dollar, 1976 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0310
Tape 191 - Money, Inventories, Communists in Italy, 1976 May
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0311
Tape 193 - British Pound, Domestic Economy, Business Week Article, 1976 June
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0312
Tape 196 - Monetary Targets, Natural Gas Prices, Monetarism in Britain, 1976 July
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0313
Tape 207 - Monetary Policy, Carter Program, Energy, Business and Free Enterprise, 1977 January
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0314
Tape 208 - Monetary Growth, Burn's Testimony, Reuss Letter, Rationing Water, 1977 February
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Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0315
Unnumbered Tape - untitled, undated
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Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0316
Pound Devaluation - Causes and Consequences, 1967 12 December
Original 1/4-inch audio reel
Box 3
Audio-reel RL10082-RR-0001
Samuelson's Lecture at DePaul, 1970 October 20
Original 1/4-inch audio reel
Box 3
Audio-reel RL10082-RR-0002
University of Cologne students' video response to Samuelson video program, 1975 June
Original 1/2-inch video reel
Box 3
Video-reel RL10082-Vid1/2-0001
The Economy Prize, 1970
Original 16mm, sd., col.
Box 3
Film-reel RL10082-F16-0001
MR: 69-6: 5 Reel 2 of 2, Economics Seminar at Hyannisport, MA, August 3, 1960, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, 1960 August 3
Compact disc copy
Box 3
Audio-cd RL10082-CD-0001
Paul Samuelson, 1915-2009, 2009
DVD copy
Box 3
Video-disc RL10082-DVD-0001
marion, undated
Audiocassette
Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0317
untitled, undated
Audiocassette
Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0318
untitled, undated
Audiocassette
Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0320
untitled, undated
Audiocassette
Box 2
Audio-cassette RL10082-CS-0319

2. Awards Series, 1970-2001

3 boxes

Correspondence, telegrams, newspaper clippings, invitations, some photographs, and other materials relating to Samuelson's winning of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics (1970). Also contains a file each on the Scanno Prize in Economy (1990) and the National Medal of Science (1996). The last award brought Samuelson to the White House during the Clinton presidency. Included in this series is Samuelson's correspondence, often in the form of congratulatory letters, with other Nobel laureates.

Nobel Prize files
Box 4
National Medal of Science folder, 1996
Box 4
Nobel Prize files
Box 5
Nobel Prize files
Box 6
Scanno Prize in Economy, 1990
Box 6

3. Committees and Projects Series, 1947-2009

3 boxes

Files document Samuelson's work on MIT committees, outside grant applications, and his service to professional organizations from just after World War II until he passed away in 2009. The earliest material relates to post-war economics (with drafts of reports and correspondence by Friedman and others). The outside grant group includes National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation (NSF) grant papers. The NIH grant contains his work on economic/biological analysis of population. The NSF grant contains Samuelson's work on economic theory related to stochastic processes and economic/biological mechanisms. The Irwin Friend group houses papers related to work on interest rates, the banking industry, economic growth and foreign direct investment. The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) group includes correspondence and committee work related to NAS. Included is Samuelson's referee work as part of the Editorial Board of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Also in this series is an NAS study on motor vehicle emissions, material on the Alfred Sloan Foundation Book Committee, and information on the TIAA-CREF's annual "Paul A. Samuelson Award." Series is arranged alphabetically by project name.

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Book Committee, 1976-1990
Box 6
Committee on Economic Stability, 1947-1948
Box 6
Institute for Research on Poverty, 1976-1981
Box 6
Irwin Friend Study, University of Pennsylvania, 1966-1969
(1 of 4 folders)
Box 6
Irwin Friend Study, University of Pennsylvania, 1966-1969
(2-4 of 4 folders)
Box 7
Madow Committee, 1950-1952
Box 7
MIT Policy committee, 1964
Box 7
National Academy of Sciences:
Correspondence, 1975-2009
Box 7
Finance Committee, 1982-2009
Box 7
Membership, 1970
Box 7
Motor Vehicle Emissions project, 1970-1973
Box 7
Nominations, 1971-1995
Box 7
Proceedings NAS Editorial Board, 1971-1976
Box 8
National Science Board, Increasing the Nation's Use of the Social Sciences, circa 1969
Box 8
National Institutes of Health Grant:
Biological and Economic Competition and Evolution, 1981-1985
Box 8
Economic and Biological Analysis of Population, 1977-1983
Box 8
Nonlinear Population Analysis, 1974-1977 (2 folders)
Box 8
National Science Foundation Grant: Economic Theory, Stochastic Processes, and Economic-Biologic Mechanisms, 1969-1982 (2 folders)
Box 9
TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award, 1996-2009
Box 9

4. Correspondence Series, 1935-2010 and undated

79 boxes

Arranged in two subseries: correspondence with individuals and organizations, and correspondence related to his publications. Within the first, folders are arranged alphabetically, and the documents inside the folders are in reverse chronological order. Each lettered subseries begins with General Correspondence folders in which the documents are chronologically arranged. Following the General Correspondence file are the folders named either by correspondent, or by institution, topic, group or region. The second subgrouping is arranged by correspondence with publishers of his textbooks.

Correspondence with individuals and organizations, 1935-2010 and undated

70 boxes

Includes Samuelson's professional correspondence not only with economists, but with organizations and professionals in other domains, including political figures such as Presidents John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton. There are many notable economists represented in the series, including Sir John Hicks, Frank Knight, Don Patinkin, Milton Friedman, Franco Modigliani, and others. Scholars from other disciplines, among them Noam Chomsky and Alfred J. Lotka are also present. Correspondence ranges from letters in the 1930s by Sir John Hicks and Frank Knight to posthumous correspondence on special journal issues about Samuelson's life and work. Prolific correspondents represented in the collection include Peter Bernstein, John Chipman, and Don Patinkin. Along with the letters, some folders contain drafts of articles or research, usually with Samuelson's enclosed comments or feedback; one of the earliest documents is a 1935 exam given in Jacob Viner’s economics course at the University of Chicago. Other folders include correspondence by several authors on specific subjects such as "Latane, Tobin and Markowitz on risk and uncertainty in portfolio management." There are also folders containing documents related to particular organizations, publication, and countries or regions such as China, India, Korea and South America.

General Correspondence: A, 1945-2009
(1-2 of 5 folders)
Box 9
General Correspondence: A, 1945-2009
(3-5 of 5 folders)
Box 10
Adams, Robert, 1950-2000
Box 10
Addison, Wesley, 1957-1961
Box 10
Ahmad, Syed, 1967-1991
Box 10
Air Force: Cambridge Research Center, 1951
Box 10
Aldis, Owen, 1960-1962
Box 10
Allais, Maurice, 1953-2008
Box 10
Allen, Loring, 1981-1983
Box 10
Allied Van Lines, 1982
Box 10
American Bankers Association, 1963-1967
Box 11
American Economic Review, 1941-2000
(3 folders)
Box 11
American Institute for Economic Research, 1961-1962
Box 11
American Philosophical Society, 1958-2008
Box 11
American Statistical Association, 1943-1950
Box 11
Amir, Shmuel, 1990-1992
Box 11
Arbitrage Mutual Fund, 1969-1972
Box 11
Archives, Duke, 1992-2006
Box 11
Arnold, Roger, 1988-1991
Box 11
Arrow, Kenneth, 1947-2008
Box 12
Arsenis, Gerry, 1963
Box 12
Ashbrook, Art, 1942-1995
Box 12
General Correspondence: B, 1939-2010
(1-5 of 16 folders)
Box 12
General Correspondence: B, 1939-2010
(6-11 of 16 folders)
Box 13
General Correspondence: B, 1939-2010
(12-16 of 16 folders)
Box 14
Bach, Dr. G. L. (American Economics Association), 1952-1976
Box 14
Bain, Joe, 1941-1991
Box 14
Balanced Budget Amendment, 1992
Box 15
Balassa, Bela, 1962-1991
Box 15
Balderston, Dr. C. Canby (Board of Governors), 1956-1967
Box 15
Banerjee, Kali, 1977-2000
(2 folders)
Box 15
Baumol, William J., 1949-2008
Box 15
Becker, Gary, 1957-1993
Box 15
Beckerman, Martin, 1950-1991
Box 15
Benjamin, William A., 1960-1964
Box 15
Bennion, Dr. Edward G., 1944-1961
Box 15
Bentick, B. L., 1980
Box 15
Bergson, Abe, 1942-2005
Box 16
Bernadotte, Count Graf, 1979-1989
Box 16
Bernstein, Peter, 1948-2009
(3 folders)
Box 16
Bhagwati, Prof. Jagdish, 1957-2008
(2 folders)
Box 16
Bicksler, Jim, 1968-1992
Box 17
Bidard, Christian, 1983-2007
Box 17
Bilanz, Switzerland, 1990
Box 17
Birdsall, William C., 1975-1976
Box 17
Blanchard, Olivier, 1984-2009
Box 17
Blaug, Mark, 1987-2008
Box 17
Blinder, Alan, 1974-2009
Box 17
Blough, Roy (Columbia), 1947-1983
Box 17
Blume, Marshall, 1989-1990
Box 17
Board of Economic Consultants, 1968
Box 17
Bodie, Zvi, 1979-2009
Box 17
Bogle, John (Vanguard), 1990-2009
Box 17
Boston Foundation, 1984-2007
Box 18
Boston Globe, 1991
Box 18
Boulding, Kenneth, 1948-1951
Box 18
Brems, Hans, 1960-1991
Box 18
Brittain, John, 1946-1962
Box 18
Bronfenbrenner, Martin, 1943-1992
(2 folders)
Box 18
Brookings Institute, 1954-1998
Box 18
Buchard, John, 1948-1950
Box 18
Burden, William, 1966-1985
Box 18
Bureau of the Budget, 1947-1953
Box 18
Burk, Monroe, 1960-1961
Box 18
Burmeister, Edwin, 1965-2006
(2 folders)
Box 19
Burns, Arthur, 1946-1965
Box 19
Business Today, 1993
Box 19
General Correspondence: C, 1941-2009
(3 of 11 folders)
Box 19
General Correspondence: C, 1941-2009
(4-9 of 11 folders)
Box 20
General Correspondence: C, 1941-2009
(10-11 of 11 folders)
Box 21
Canadian Journal of Economics, 1967-1971
Box 21
Carter, Jimmy, 1976-1979
Box 21
Catchings, Waddill, 1952-1953
Box 21
CBS Network, Feb. 19, 1961
Box 21
Center for Economic Development, Monetary Policy Committee, 1947-1964
Box 21
Center for Real Estate Development, 1985-1990
Box 21
Chakravarty, Sukhamoy, 1961-1990
Box 21
Chang, Nelson (Reynolds and Co.), 1959-1965
Box 21
China, 1954-2008
Box 22
Chipman, John, 1950-2009
(3 folders)
Box 22
Chomsky, Noam, 1974-1990
Box 22
Chow, Gregory, 1956-1997
Box 22
Christian Science Monitor, 1959-1991
Box 22
Christenson, Charles, 1973-1988
Box 22
Clinton for President (includes correspondence from Clinton), 1992-1998
Box 22
Commission on Money and Credit, 1960-1962
Box 22
Cohen, Joel, 1970-1999
Box 23
Coleman, William, 1989-2004
Box 23
Columbia University Visiting Committee, 1984-1988
Box 23
Commodities Corporation, 1970-1995
Box 23
Congressional Budget Office, 1975-1994
Box 23
Congressional Joint Economic Committee, 1957-1974
Box 23
Cooper, William, 1991-1998
Box 23
Corriere della Sera, 1991-2002
Box 23
Council of Economic Advisors, 1961-1965
Box 23
Cover, Thomas, 1988-1991
Box 24
Critics and cranks, 1967-1972
Box 24
Crow, James, 1977-1993
(2 folders)
Box 24
General Correspondence: D, 1942-2009
(1-4 of 5 folders)
Box 24
General Correspondence: D, 1942-2009
(5 of 5 folders)
Box 25
Davidson, Basil G., 1964-2003
Box 25
Dasgupta, Partha, 1994-2008
Box 25
Day, Richard, 1975-2005
Box 25
Debreu, Gerard, 1950-1981
Box 25
Demetrius, Lloyd, 1972-1992
Box 25
Democratic Policy Council, Economic Affairs Committee, 1969-1970
Box 25
Democratic State Advisory Council, 1967
Box 25
Dennis, Ken, 1978-1979
Box 25
Dept. of State (Hawkins), 1950-1951
Box 25
Desai, Padma, 1981-2007
Box 25
Despres, Emile, 1952-1973
Box 25
Deutch, John (MIT Chemistry Dept.), 1974-2007
Box 25
Dewey, Donald, 1985-1999
Box 25
Diewert, W. E., 1973-2002
Box 26
Dillon, Douglas, 1961-1965
Box 26
Dixit, Avinash, 1975-2009
Box 26
Diamond, Hymen, 1969-1997
Box 26
Diamond, Peter, 1962-2008
Box 26
Domar, Evsey, 1945-2004
Box 26
Dorfman, Robert (Harvard), 1949-2006
Box 26
Dostaler, Gilles, 1993-1996
Box 26
Douglas, Paul H., 1947-1980
Box 26
General Correspondence: E, 1942-2008
(1-2 of 5 folders)
Box 26
General Correspondence: E, 1942-2008
(3-5 of 5 folders)
Box 27
Earley, James, 1977-1993
Box 27
Econometric Society, 1942-1994
Box 27
Economic Journal, 1951-2004
Box 27
Sub-committee on the Problems of Economic Stability, 1945-1949
Box 28
Elgar, Edward, 1992-2009
Box 28
Ellis, Howard, 1942-1949
Box 28
Elzinga, Kenneth, 1990-1992
Box 28
Erdilek, Asim, 1975-1976
Box 28
Etula, Erkko, 2004-2009
Box 28
General Correspondence: F, 1939-2009
(1 of 6 folders)
Box 28
General Correspondence: F, 1939-2009
(2-6 of 6 folders)
Box 29
Factor Price Equalization (Gale, Harrod, McKenzie, Nikaido), 1960-1972
Box 29
Fahm, L. A., 1964-1974
Box 29
Fand, David I., 1949-2002
Box 30
Federal Judges (Center for Law and Economics), 1982-1996
Box 30
Federal Reserve, 1941-2009
(2 folders)
Box 30
Feiwel, George, 1973-2005
Box 30
Feldstein, Marty, 1972-2008
Box 30
Fellner, William, 1944-1983
Box 30
Fels, Rendigs T. (Vanderbilt), 1961-1977
Box 30
Financial Times, 1955-1966
Box 30
Fischer, Stanley, 1968-2009
Box 31
Fishburn, Peter, 1988-1996
Box 31
Fisher and Taussig Competition, 1970-1971
Box 31
Fletcher School, 1946-1949
Box 31
Fogel, Robert, 1963-2007
Box 31
Foley, Duncan, 1968-2005
Box 31
Ford Foundation, 1955-1969
Box 31
Freeman, Harold, 1944-1998
Box 31
Friedlander, Nan, 1962-1992
Box 31
Friedman, Ben, 1988-2009
Box 31
Friedman, Milton (U. of Chicago), 1949-2009
Box 31
Frisch, Ragnar, 1948-1980
Box 32
General Correspondence: G, 1940-2009
(1-2 of 8 folders)
Box 32
General Correspondence: G, 1940-2009
(1-6 of 8 folders)
Box 32
General Correspondence: G, 1940-2009
(7-8 of 8 folders)
Box 33
Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1946-2008
Box 33
Gale, David (U.C. Berkeley), 1959-1997
Box 33
Georgescu-Roegen, Nicholas, 1950-1998
Box 33
Gerschenkron, Alexander, 1963-2002
Box 33
Gibbs (Lecture), 1972-1975
Box 33
Gifts (from Samuelson), 1965-1984
Box 33
Gill, Richard, 1987-1990
Box 33
Glass, David, 1975-1977
Box 33
Gleason, Andrew, 1975-2001
Box 33
Gollier, Christian, 1995-2008
Box 34
Goodwin, Richard, 1946-1996
Box 34
Gordon, Wendell, 1978-1984
Box 34
Greenough, William, 1949-1990
Box 34
Grubel, H. G., 1977 and undated
Box 34
Guggenheim Foundation, 1947-1993
Box 34
Gurley, John, 1964-1981
Box 34
General Correspondence: H, 1940-2009
(1-4 of 10 folders)
Box 34
General Correspondence: H, 1940-2009
(5-10 of 10 folders)
Box 35
Haavelmo, Trygve, 1947-2004
Box 35
Haberler, Gottfried, 1951-1997
Box 36
Hagen, Everett, 1943-1992
Box 36
Hahn, Frank, 1960-2007
Box 36
Hakansson, Nils, 1971-1989
Box 36
Haley, Bernard (Boulding manuscript), 1950-1952
Box 36
Hall, Lady, 1949-1995
Box 36
Hansen, Alvin H., 1939-2002
Box 36
Harcourt, Geoffrey (U. of Adelaide), 1965-1999
Box 36
Harcourt, Brace (and Co.), 1948-1951
Box 36
Harris, Seymour E. (U.C. San Diego), 1943-1973
Box 37
Harrod, R. F., 1948-1969
Box 37
Hartwick, John, 1976-2002
Box 37
Harvard Visiting Committee, 1980-1988
Box 37
Hasson, Joseph A., 1972-1974
Box 37
Hatsorpoulos, George, 1975-1992
Box 37
Hausman, Jerry, 1994-1999
Box 37
Hayek, F., 1949-1966
Box 37
Heertje, Arnold, 1960-2007
Box 37
Heilbroner, R., 1964-2005
Box 37
Heller, Walter W. (U. of Minnesota), 1947-1987
Box 37
Hicks and the Turnpike Theory (Arrow, Hitch, Kaldor, McKenzie, Morishima et al.), 1959-1960
Box 37
Hicks, Sir John, 1938-1994
Box 37
Hicks, Mrs. Ursula, 1949-1960
Box 37
Hinshaw, Randall, 1946-1997
Box 37
History of Political Economy, 1988-2008
Box 38
Hollander, Sam, 1980-2008
(2 folders)
Box 38
Holton, Gerald, 1963-2007
Box 38
Horton, Thomas, 1974-1998
Box 38
Houthakker, Hendrik S., 1949-2008
Box 38
Hurwicz, Leonid, 1940-2007
Box 39
General Correspondence: I, 1945-2009
(2 folders)
Box 39
India, 1952-2008
Box 39
Instructional Dynamics Inc. (re: Economics Cassettes series), 1968-1977
Box 39
International Economics Association, 1965-1970
Box 39
International Monetary Fund, 1948-1961
Box 39
Institute Professor, 1963-1979
Box 39
Intercollegiate Debate, 1960-1961
Box 39
Intrilligator, Michael, 1962-1984
Box 40
Irwin, Douglas, 1986-2009
Box 40
Israel, 1982-1993
Box 40
Italy, 1949-2009
Box 40
General Correspondence: J, 1940-2008
(4 folders)
Box 40
James, Ralph C., 1966-1970
Box 41
Japan, 1951-1999
Box 41
Japan-U.S. Center (NYU), 1985-2005
Box 41
Johnson, Dudley (U. of Washington), 1956-2004
Box 41
Johnson, Harry G., 1951-1977
Box 41
Jones, Ronald, 1956-2008
Box 41
Jorgenson, Dale, 1964-2008
Box 41
Joskow, Paul, 1975-2009
Box 42
Journal of Economic Literature, 1971-1986
Box 42
Journal of History of Economic Thought, 1999-2002
Box 42
Journal of International Economics, 1970-1990
Box 42
Journal of Political Economy, 1946-1986
Box 42
Journal of Public Economics, 1971-1985
Box 42
General Correspondence: K, 1947-2009
(1-4 of 6 folders)
Box 42
General Correspondence: K, 1947-2009
(5-6 of 6 folders)
Box 43
Kac, Mark (Truesdell), 1968-1982
Box 43
Kahn, Richard, 1948-1984
Box 43
Kaldor, Nicholas, 1946-1992
Box 43
Kemp, Professor Murray C., 1964-2001
Box 43
Kennedy, Charles, 1962-1972
Box 43
Kennedy, Edward M., 1968-1994
Box 43
Kennedy, J.F., 1958-2010
(2 folders)
Box 43
Kennedy: Outlook on next year's business activities in the USA and Europe (with Arthur Burns), 1962
Box 44
Kennedy Administration: On cutting taxes, 1962
Box 44
Kennedy: Oral History Project, 1964-2005
Box 44
Reports to Kennedy, 1960-1962
Box 44
Report to Kennedy and reactions, January 1961
Box 44
Kennedy, J.F. Presidential Papers (recordings transcripts on tax cut proposals), 1962-1963
Box 44
Kennedy, Robert, 1968
Box 44
Keyfitz, Nathan, 1958-2009
Box 44
Keyserling, Leon, 1948-1985
Box 45
Khan, Ali, 1989-2008
Box 45
Khoury, Philip S., 1996-2006
Box 45
Killan, James R. (President), 1944-1954
Box 45
Kindleberger, Charles P., M.I.T., 1948-2003
Box 45
Kissinger, Henry, 1956-1975
Box 45
Klein, Lawrence, 1944-2006
Box 45
Knight, Frank, 1937-1958
Box 45
Kohn, Robert, 1987-1996
Box 45
Koopmans, Tjalling, 1946-1985
Box 45
Korea, 1957-2008
Box 45
Kovner, Bruce, 1991-2002
Box 45
Kremen, Bennett, 1972-1973
Box 45
Kritzman, Mark, 1991-2007
Box 45
Kruskal, William H., 1975-1980
Box 45
Krugman, Paul, 1986-2009
Box 46
Kuh, Edwin, 1957-1986
Box 46
Kurz, Heinz, 1984-2010
(2 folders)
Box 46
Kuznets, Simon, 1944-1986
Box 46
General Correspondence: L, 1939-2010
(1 of 6 folders)
Box 46
General Correspondence: L, 1939-2010
(5-6 of 6 folders)
Box 47
Labini, Paolo S. (festschrift), 1988-1990
Box 47
Laffer, Arthur, 1971
Box 47
Laibman, David, 1973-1974
Box 47
Laidler, David, 1982-2003
Box 48
Lange, Oskar, 1938-1946
Box 48
Latane, Tobin, Markowitz (risk and uncertainty in portfolio management), 1956-1969
Box 48
Leontief, Wassily, 1945-1999
Box 48
Lerner, Abba, 1942-1990
Box 48
Levy, Haim, 1990-1998
(2 folders)
Box 48
Lindbeck, Assar, 1984-2009
Box 48
Little, Ian, 1948-2005
Box 48
Lo, Andrew, 1988-1994
Box 48
Loomis-Sayles, 1961-1965
Box 48
Lotka, 1942
Box 48
Low, Francis, 1980-2007
Box 48
Luce, Duncan/Savage, Jimmie (utility and portfolios), 1968
Box 49
Lundberg, Erik (The Stockholm School of Economics), 1968-1989
Box 49
General Correspondence: M, 1944-2009
(1-6 of 13 folders)
Box 49
General Correspondence: M, 1944-2009
(7-11 of 13 folders)
Box 50
General Correspondence: M, 1944-2009
(12-13 of 13 folders)
Box 51
Machina, Mark, 1985-2009
Box 51
Machlup, Fritz (Princeton University), 1941-1978
Box 51
MacKenzie, Donald, 1999-2006
Box 51
Mackey, George W., 1969-2006
Box 51
MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, 1992
Box 51
Madden, Paul, 1983-1989
Box 51
Mandelbrot, Benoit, 1961-1998
Box 51
Mankin, Wyatt, 1978-1990
Box 52
Marglin, Professor Stephen A. (Harvard University), 1971-1988
Box 52
Markowitz, Harry, 1985-2009
Box 52
Marsh, Stanley 3rd (Amarillo, Texas), 1968-2003
Box 52
Martinas, Katalin, 1992-1993
Box 52
Mas-Colell, Andrew, 1987-2007
Box 52
Edward Mason Fund, 1984-1992
Box 52
McCallum, Bennett, 1996-1997
Box 52
McCracken, Paul W. (U. of Michigan, Council of Economic Advisers), 1946-2005
Box 52
McGovern, George, 1972
Box 52
McKenzie, Lionel, 1947-2002
Box 52
McManus, Maurice, 1957-1974
Box 52
Meade, James E., 1949-1996
Box 52
Meet the Press, 1961-1971
Box 52
Merton, Robert C., 1969-2009
Box 52
Merton, Robert K., 1959-2003
Box 53
Metzler, Lloyd A. (U. of Chicago), 1944-1991
Box 53
Mexico, 1955-1997
Box 53
Miller, Edward, 1978-1985
Box 53
Miller, Taulman (Indiana University), 1960-1962
Box 53
Millikan, Max and Jane, 1946-1993
Box 53
Mirowski, Philip, 1985-1997
Box 53
Mirrlees, James, 1963-1993
Box 53
MIT, 1940-2007
Box 53
Miyazaki, Koichi, 1989-1991
Box 53
Modigliani, Franco, 1943-2008
Box 53
Mondale, Walter, 1974
Box 53
Mongiovi, Gary, 1993-2005
Box 54
Monte dei Paschi di Siena, 1989-1994
Box 54
Moore, Geoffrey H., 1972-1974
Box 54
Morgenstern, Oskar, 1949-1977
Box 54
Morishima, Michio, 1964-1997
Box 54
Moynihan, Daniel P., 1972-1991
Box 54
Musgrave, Richard, 1945-2007
Box 54
Muskie, Edmund S. (Maine Senator), 1971-1978
Box 54
Myers, Charles, 1951-2000
Box 54
General Correspondence: N, 1942-2009
(1-3 of 5 folders)
Box 54
General Correspondence: N, 1942-2009
(4-5 of 5 folders)
Box 55
Nasar, Sylvia, 1994-2006
Box 55
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1946-1987
Box 55
National Research Council, 1979-1988
Box 55
National Resources Planning Board, 1941-1943
Box 55
National Science Foundation, 1975-1991
Box 55
Negishi, Takashi, 1989-1994
Box 55
Neisser, Haus, 1942-1968
Box 55
Nell, E. (New School), 1973-1991
Box 56
New Republic, 1944-1949
Box 56
Newsweek, 1960-2005
Box 56
New York Times Letter to the Editor (not sent), 1961
Box 56
Niehans, Jurg, 1990-2005
Box 56
Nihon, Keizai Shimbun, 1962-2008
Box 56
Nordhaus, William, 1972-2009
Box 56
Nueno, Pedro, 2003-2009
Box 56
General Correspondence: O, 1945-2009
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 56
General Correspondence: O, 1945-2009
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 57
O'Brien, Denis, 1991-2006
Box 57
O'Connell, Joan, 1992-1996
Box 57
Ohlin, Bertil, 1947-1979
Box 57
The Oslo Group, 1980-1982
Box 57
Oxford Economic Papers, 1966-2007
Box 57
Owen, Lyle (U. of Tulsa, retirement party), 1972-1973
Box 57
General Correspondence: P, 1940-2009
(1-3 of 6 folders)
Box 57
General Correspondence: P, 1940-2009
(4-6 of 6 folders)
Box 58
Panico, Carlo, 1989-1992
Box 58
Papandreou, Andreas, 1949-1997
Box 58
Pappas, Jill, 1982-2005
Box 58
Pasinetti, Luigi, 1958-2005
Box 58
Patinkin, Don (The Hebrew University), 1946-1995
(1 of 3 folders)
Box 58
Patinkin, Don (The Hebrew University), 1946-1995
(2-3 of 3 folders)
Box 59
Patman Testimony, 1952-1954
Box 59
Pearce, Ivor, 1951-1977
Box 59
Pechman, Joseph, 1957-1992
Box 59
Perlman, Mark, 1969-2006
Box 59
Phelps, Ned (U. of Pennsylvania), 1960-2008
Box 59
Pollack, Robert, 1962-2005
Box 60
Pope, Robin, 1983-2007
Box 60
Poterba, James, 1992-2008
Box 60
Pratt, John, 1968-2006
Box 60
Princeton University Press, 1977-2001
Box 60
Proxmire, William, 1974-1979
Box 60
Publishers, 1944-1949
Box 60
Puerto Rico, 1946-1996
Box 60
On Purcell and personal probability, 1962
Box 60
General Correspondence: Q, 1944-2001
Box 60
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1945-1989
Box 60
General Correspondence: R, 1946-2009
(1-2 of 7 folders)
Box 60
General Correspondence: R, 1946-2009
(3-7 of 7 folders)
Box 61
Radiation Lab, 1944-1945
Box 61
Radical Economics, 1969-1970
Box 61
Ramachandran, Rama, 1987-2005
Box 62
Rand Corporation, 1949-1988
(2 folders)
Box 62
Rand Corporation contracts, 1948-1984
Box 62
Recktenwald, Horst, 1963-1989
Box 62
Refereeing of papers, 1968-1969
Box 62
Reuss, Henry S. (congressman), 1961-1975
Box 62
Review of Economic Studies, 1947-1951
Box 62
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1942-1969 and undated
Box 62
Richter, Marcel, 1958-2007
Box 62
Richter, Rudolf, 1956-1990
Box 63
Richter, Wolfram, 1987
Box 63
Riley, John, 1983-1986
Box 63
Robbins, Lionel, 1948-1984
Box 63
Robertson, Dennis, 1945-1993
Box 63
Robinson, E. Austin G. (I.E.A. Marshall Library, Cambridge, England), 1948-1989
Box 63
Robinson, Joan, 1958-1988
(2 folders)
Box 63
Robinson, Romney, 1955-1973
Box 63
Rockefeller Foundation, 1947-2008
Box 63
Roll, Sir Eric, 1947-2005
Box 63
Roosa, Robert V., 1944-1964
Box 63
Roskamp, Karl, 1980-2006
Box 63
Rosovsky, Henry, 1960-1994 and undated
Box 63
Ross, Stephen, 1977-1997
Box 63
Rostow, Walt, 1968-2007
Box 63
Ruggles, Richard, 1948-1965
Box 63
Russell, Thomas, 1984-2009
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 63
Russell, Thomas, 1984-2009
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 64
Russian scientists, 1972-1985
Box 64
Rutgers University, 12-13 May 1971
Box 64
General Correspondence: S, 1939-2009
(1-4 of 17 folders)
Box 64
General Correspondence: S, 1939-2009
(5-11 of 17 folders)
Box 65
General Correspondence: S, 1939-2009
(12-16 of 17 folders)
Box 66
General Correspondence: S, 1939-2009
(17 of 17 folders)
Box 67
Salant, Walter, 1940-2004
Box 67
Samuels, Warren J. (Journal of Economic Issues), 1974-2008
Box 67
Sandilands, Roger, 1987-2003
Box 67
Sato, Ryuzo, 1974-2009
(2 folders)
Box 67
Savage, Jimmie, 1950-1987
Box 67
Scarf, Herb, 1977-1995
Box 68
Schefold, Bertram, 1983-2007
Box 68
Schlesinger, Arthur Jr., 1950-2001
Box 68
Schultz, Theodore W., 1946-1998
Box 68
Schumpeter, Joseph, 1937-2007
Box 68
Schumpeter Society, 1986-1987
Box 68
Business Scope, 1957-1961
Box 68
Scudder, Stevens and Clark (M. Louise Curley), May 5, 1977
Box 68
Sea Island Georgia Southern Company, 1983
Box 68
Seiver, Daniel (Pad System Report), 1990-1991
Box 68
Sen, Amartya, 1963-2007
Box 68
Seton, Francis, 1971-1989
Box 68
Shell, Karl, 1966-2003
Box 68
Sheshinski, Eytan, 1974-2007
Box 68
Shieh, Yeung-nan, 1983
Box 68
Shiller, Robert, 1978-2009
Box 69
Shleifer, Andrei, 2004-2007
Box 69
Shultz, George P., 1958-2008
Box 69
Siegel, Jeremy, 1972-1998
Box 69
Simon, Herbert, 1951-2001
Box 69
Singh, Narindar, 1990-1993
Box 69
Skousen, Mark, 1992-2003
Box 69
Slichter, Sumner, 1947-1949
Box 69
Sloan Foundation, 1964-2008
Box 69
Sloan School, 1984-2006
Box 69
Social Science Quotations (David Sills and Robert K. Merton, Eds.), 1987-1989
Box 69
Society of Fellows, 1944-1994
Box 69
Sohmen, Egon, 1957-1992
Box 69
Solomon, Elinor H., 1990-1998
Box 70
Solow, Robert M., 1946-2007
Box 70
Sonnenschein, Hugo, 1969-1998
Box 70
Soros, George, 1997-1998
Box 70
Sosin, Howard, 1980
Box 70
South America, 1958-1963
Box 70
Southern Economic Journal, 1983-1986
Box 70
Spain, 1957-1996
Box 70
Sprinkel, Beryl W. (Harris Trust, Chicago), 1968-1971
Box 70
Sraffa, Piero, 1948-2005
Box 70
Srole, Saul, 1977-2007
Box 70
SST (supersonic transport), 1970
Box 70
Standard Oil Company, 1952-1957
Box 70
Steedman, Ian, 1973-2007
Box 70
Stein, Herbert, 1955-1999
Box 70
Stevenson, Adlai, 1955-1956
Box 70
Stigler, George, 1946-1991
Box 70
Stigler, Stephen, 1987-2010
Box 71
Stiglitz, Joseph, 1964-2009
Box 71
Stockfisch, J.A (partial equilibrium concepts)
Box 71
Stolper, Wolfgang A., 1941-2002
(2 folders)
Box 71
Stone, Richard, 1946-1993
Box 71
Straub, Dieter, 1993
Box 71
Streeten, Paul, 1948-2004
Box 71
Strehle, Glenn, 1981-2005
Box 71
Summers family, 1948-2003
Box 71
Summers, Lawrence, 1988-2008
Box 71
Swamy, Subramanian, 1965-2003
Box 71
Swedberg, Richard, 1986-2005
Box 72
Sweeden, 1960-1971
Box 72
Sweezy, Paul, 1943-1973
Box 72
Szenberg, Michael, 1989-2006
Box 72
Szumski, Jerzy, 1986
Box 72
General Correspondence: T, 1938-2009
(1-3 of 4 folders)
Box 72
General Correspondence: T, 1938-2009
(4 of 4 folders)
Box 73
Takayama, Akira, 1971-1994
Box 73
Tinbergen, Jan., 1939-1994
Box 73
Tobin, James, 1944-2005
Box 73
Treasury, U.S. Department of, 1944-1975
Box 73
Trinity University (6 February 1985), 1983-1989
Box 73
Truesdell, Clifford, 1952-1992
Box 73
Tsiang, Dr. S.C., 1971-1990
Box 73
Tsuru, Shigeto, 1947-2006
Box 73
Tullock, Gordon, 1967-1994
Box 73
General Correspondence: U, 1943-2008
Box 74
Uniform Consumer Credit Code (UCCC), 1969
Box 74
United States Information Agency (USIA), 1976-1994
Box 74
United States Steel Corporation, 1965-1968
Box 74
Uzawa, Hirofumi, 1957-1994
Box 74
General Correspondence: V, 1944-2009
(2 folders)
Box 74
Val'tukh, Konstantin, 1979-1989
Box 74
Vandermeulen, Dan, 1946-1997
Box 74
Vanek, Jaroslav, 1961-1966
Box 74
Varian, Hal, 1972-2003
Box 74
Viner, Jacob, 1935-1990
Box 74
Viscusi, Kip, 1993-2007
Box 74
Vogt, Arthur, 1977-1989
Box 75
Vogue (economics of gambling), 1967-1968
Box 75
Von Weizsacker, Carl C., 1963-2009
Box 75
DeVries, Margaret, 1944-2005
Box 75
General Correspondence: W, 1942-2009
(1-5 of 7 folders)
Box 75
General Correspondence: W, 1942-2009
(6-7 of 7 folders)
Box 76
Wakker, Peter, 1992-1996
Box 76
Walker, Donald, 1960-2009
(2 folders)
Box 76
Wan, Henry, 1961-2003
Box 76
U.S. War Production Board, 1943-1946
Box 76
Warsh, David, 1993-2009
Box 76
Warterman, Anthony M.C., 1992-2010
(2 folders)
Box 77
Weintraub, Sidney, 1954-1966
Box 77
Weitzman, Martin, 1972-2003
Box 77
Wertheimer, Robert G., 1975-1982
Box 77
West Point (department of social sciences), 1952-1988
Box 77
Westfield, Fred, 1953-1979
Box 77
Weymar, F. Helmut, 1968-1996
Box 77
John Wiley and Sons, 1950-2004
Box 77
Williams, John Burr, 1959-1961
Box 77
Wilson, Edwin B., 1938-1963
Box 77
Wilson, Edward O., 1975-1993
Box 77
Wold, Herman, 1952-1962
Box 77
Wolfson, Martin (Brooklyn, NY), 1947-1984
Box 77
Wolfson, Murray, 1972-1975
Box 78
Women (the economics of sex discrimination), 1973
Box 78
Wong, Stanley (F-Twist and methodology), 1973-1975
Box 78
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1964-1971
Box 78
Holbrook Working, 1953-1977
Box 78
World, United Nations, 1953-1954
Box 78
Worswick, David, 1948-1987
Box 78
Wright, David M., 1941-1967
(2 folders)
Box 78
General Correspondence: Y, 1942-2008
Box 78
Yee, Herbert, 1986-1996
Box 78
Yellin, Joel, 1974-2009
(2 folders)
Box 78
Ying, Charles, 1958-1974
Box 79
General Correspondence: Z, 1947-2008
Box 79
Zeckhauser, Richard, 1986-2006
Box 79
Zuckerman, Irving, 1980-1998
Box 79

Correspondence Related to Textbooks and Other Publications, 1947-2003

9 boxes

Chiefly correspondence with McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, particularly regarding editions of Economics and Readings in Economics. This smaller subseries contains correspondence related to Samuelson's textbooks: Economics, Foundations of Economic Analysis and some notes and fragments that were found inside these books. Also includes some materials about other books including the Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A. Samuelson, and Linear Programming and Economic Analysis.

Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A. Samuelson
MIT Press correspondence, 1963-2010
Box 79
Reviews, 1965-1970
Box 79
Economics, 1946-2008
(2 folders)
Mike Elia's sales reports, 1971-1973
Box 80
Newsletter, McGraw-Hill, 1969-1983
Box 80
Samuelson/Scott User comments, 1977
Box 80
Reprint requests, 1975
Box 80
Promotion, 1970-1975
(1-3 of 3 folders)
Box 80
Criticisms of the textbook, 1947-1997
(2 folders)
Box 80
New York Times book review: Speaking of Books: Samuelson's 'Economics,' by Bennett Kremen, 1970
Box 81
New York Times, 'Economics' Samuelson 8th Edition, 1970
Box 81
Commentary on Economics, 1966-1967
Box 81
Translations, 1969-1972
Box 81
Australian edition, 1967-1968
Box 81
Canadian Edition, 1968-1969
Box 81
Japanese translation, 1970
Box 81
7th Edition, McGraw-Hill correspondence and corrections, 1963-1969 (1-3 of 3 folders)
Box 81
8th Edition, 1967-1969
Box 81
8th Edition, 1971
Box 81
8th Edition, comments (Levine), reviews and correspondence, 1968-1969 (3 folders)
Box 81
Newsletters, 1969-1974
Box 81
unspecified
Box 81
McGraw-Hill international contracts, 1962-2003
Box 81
Textbook jobs, 1956
Box 81
McGraw-Hill, International Division, 1956-1968
Box 81
Instructor's Manual, 1951
Box 81
Foreign editions, 1973-1975
Box 81
Economics (9th edition)
Mike Elia: Reviews, 1971-1974 (1-3 of 3 folders)
Box 82
Correspondence, 1971-1973
Box 82
9th Edition, review (redoubtable Samuelson), 1973
Box 82
Sales reports, 1974-1975
Box 82
Samuelson's comments on samples, 1972
Box 82
Design dialogue, 1972
Box 82
Competing texts, 1971-1972
Box 82
Marketing, 1973
Box 82
Filmstrip, 1976
Box 82
Hungarian, 1977
Box 82
Reviews, reader comments, criticisms, 1975 (10th edition)
Box 82
Economics (10th edition)
Miscellaneous draft corrections, 1975
Box 83
Test Bank and Instructor's Manual, 1976
Box 83
McGraw-Hill correspondence, 1974-1979
Box 83
Sales reports, 1976-1977
Box 83
Proofs, design, color, 1975
Box 83
Ads, undated
Box 83
Newsletter, 1974-1975
Box 83
Front page, undated
Box 83
German translation, 1976
Box 83
Preface, 1975
Box 83
Gallery proofs and photocopies: Chapters 1-3, 5, 7
(1-5 of 22 folders)
Box 83
Gallery proofs and photocopies: Chapters 15, 17, 19, 21, 24, 28, 33, 34, 36-42 (6-20 0f 22 folders)
Box 84
Gallery proofs and photocopies: Chapter 43 and Part 6 (21-22 of 22 folders)
Box 85
Reviews, 1981-1982
Box 85
Foundations of Economic Analysis
Correspondence, 1948-1984
Box 85
Translations, 1970
Box 85
Errors/errata, 1948-1966 (2 folders)
Box 85
French translation, Gaudot, 1964
Box 85
Paperback, 1950-1963
Box 85
Possible preface for Vol. 2 (handwritten), 1965
Box 85
New foreword for 2nd edition, undated
Box 85
Foreword - unpublished, undated
Box 85
Foreword to Foundations, 2nd edition
Box 85
Harvard University Press translation (Chinese), 1955-2008
Box 85
Linear Programming and Economic Analysis
Samuelson, Dorfman and Solow, 1950-1962
(2 folders)
Box 85
McGraw-Hill agreement Skidmore/Samuelson, 1970
Box 85
Readings in Economics
Permission letters and forms, 1973-1974
Box 85
McGraw-Hill, 1951
Box 85
McGraw-Hill's ideas about Readings, 1969
Box 85
Questionnaire, 1968-1969
Box 85
Xerox of Readings selections, undated
Box 85
McGraw-Hill: testbook school adoptions
Box 85
Readings in Economics, cont.
Proofs and corrections, 1955
Box 86
1st edition permissions, 1951-1952
Box 86
2nd edition permissions, 1955
Box 86
Revisions, 1952-1971
Box 86
Other Files
American Economic Association, 1949-2007
(1-5 of 6 folders)
Box 86
American Economic Association, 1949-2007
(6 of 6 folders)
Box 87
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1984-2008
Box 87
MIT Archive photocopies
(3 folders)
Box 87
MIT Press
Box 87
Promotion of McGraw-Hill's other texts, 1974
Box 87
M-H Modern Social Science (edition)
Box 87
McGraw-Hill Spencer-McConnell plagiarism case, 1971
Box 87
Translations
Box 87
Visual Learning Corporation, 1969-1972
Box 87

5. Printed Materials Series, 1930s-2010

21 boxes

Contains a near-complete collection of Samuelson's published writings, chiefly in article form. Arranged in three subseries: Articles (published in magazines and newspapers), Books, and Publications. The latter is arranged in the original order maintained by Samuelson. A complete bibliography of his publications, including Newsweek articles, is available in the Special Collections Library and is keyword-searchable; however, some titles listed may not be present in the collection. Contact Research Services for assistance in using this series.

Articles Subseries, 1966-1981

3 boxes

Includes original and photocopied articles written by Samuelson (and translated into Portuguese) for Homen, a Brazilian magazine; as well as articles for Newsweek, a regular column that he shared with economists Milton Friedman and Henry Wallich. Some folders also include reader feedback or other items.

The list of Samuelson's Newsweek columns titles and dates of publication is available in Duke's Special Collections Library and is keyword searchable. Consult the Newsweek List to learn which titles are available. Contact Research Services for assistance in using this subseries.

Homen articles, 1975-1977
Box 88
The World Recession Ends, 1975 Aug.
Box 88
Is World Economic Growth at an End?, 1975 Sept.
Box 88
Economic Inequality, 1975 Oct.
Box 88
International Finance Carries On, 1975 Nov.
Box 88
Christmas Economics, 1975 Dec.
Box 88
The Mystique of Gold, 1976 Jan.
Box 88
Sex and Economics, 1976 Feb.
Box 88
On Income Tax, 1976 Mar.
Box 88
How to Invest Your Money, 1976 Apr.
Box 88
International Crisis?, 1976 May
Box 88
America After 5 Centuries, Special Issue, 1976 May
Box 88
State Economic Controls: Myths and Realities, 1976 Oct.
Box 88
Challenges for America's Next President, 1976 Nov.
Box 88
Which is the Enemy: Inflation or Stagnation?, 1977 June
Box 88
Newsweek correspondence, 1966-1979
Box 88
Mail commentary, 1966-1975
Box 88
Unpublished articles, 1972-1979
Box 88
Publications list, 1966-1981
Box 88
Newsweek articles, 1966-1971(1-51 of 98 folders)
Box 88
Newsweek articles, 1966-1971(52-98 of 98 folders)
Box 89
Newsweek articles, 1972-1977 (1-63 of 110 folders)
Box 89
Newsweek articles, 1966-1977(64-110 of 110 folders)
Box 90
Newsweek articles, 1978-1981 (62 folders)
Box 90

Books Subseries, 1940-1983

2 boxes

Contains versions of some of Samuelson's published books; includes a copy of his Ph.D. dissertation and some early personal editions of his textbooks with his notations. Arranged chronologically. Also included are inserts originally laid into copies of his textbooks.

Foundations of Analytical Economics: The Observational Significance of Economic Theory, 1940
Box 91
Modern Economics: An Introductory Analysis of National Income and Policy, 1945
Box 91
Economics: An Introductory Analysis, (Ph.D. dissertation) 2nd preliminary edition, 1946
Box 91
Foundations of Economic Analysis, enlarged edition, 1983
Box 91
Foundations of Economic Analysis, 1947
Box 91
Inserts/Notes found in copy of Foundations of Economics Analysis, 1947
Box 91
Inserts/Notes found in copy of Foundations of Economics Analysis, 1983
Box 91
Economics, 2nd edition, 1951
Box 92
Economics, 3rd edition, 1955
Box 92
Inserts/Notes found in copy of Economics, 2nd edition, 1951
Box 92
Inserts/Notes found in copy of Economics, 3rd edition, 1955
Box 92

Publications Subseries, 1930s-2010

17 boxes

Includes published copies of Samuelson's articles, interviews, and speeches, arranged chronologically in numerical order. Content in folders vary: some folders contain only a clipping of a newspaper article mentioning Samuelson or his work, while other folders include extensive correspondence between Samuelson and periodical editors regarding an article he submitted for publication. There is a small amount of audiovisual material, such as cassette tapes, included in this subseries. There is some overlap with the Articles subseries and with the Speeches and Interviews Series.

A complete list of Samuelson's publications is available in the library and is keyword searchable. Although the list is complete, not every publication is present in the collection. Also, some list numbers have been skipped. Consult the Publications List to learn which titles are available. Contact Research Services for assistance in using this subseries.

Publications, 1930s-1949

Publications List numbers 1-99.

Box 93
Publications, 1949-1957

Publications List numbers 100-195.

Box 94
Publications, 1957-1960

Publications List numbers 196-268.

Box 95
Publications, 1960-1963

Publications List numbers 270-331.

Box 96
Publications, 1963-1965

Publications List numbers 332-424.

Box 97
Publications, 1965-1968

Publications List numbers 425-537.

Box 98
Publications, 1968-1970

Publications List numbers 538-629.

Box 99
Publications, 1970-1971

Publications List numbers 632-710.

Box 100
Publications, 1971-1973

Publications List numbers 711-784.

Box 101
Publications, 1973-1974

Publications List numbers 785-849.

Box 102
Publications, 1974-1976

Publications List numbers 849a-898.

Box 103
Publications, 1976-1977

Publications List numbers 900-1007.

Box 104
Publications, 1977-1981

Publications List numbers 1008-1059.

Box 105
Publications, 1981-1983

Publications List numbers 1060-1139a.

Box 106
Publications, 1983-1984

Publications List numbers 1139b-1204.

Box 107
Publications, 1984-1987

Publications List numbers 1205-1275.

Box 108
Publications, 1987-1989

Publications List numbers 1276-1367.

Box 109
Publications, 1989-1990

Publications List numbers 1368-1467.

Box 110
Publications, 1990-1991

Publications List numbers 1468-1546.

Box 111
Publications, 1991-1993

Publications List numbers 1547-1645.

Box 112
Publications, 1993-1994

Publications List numbers 1646-1746.

Box 113
Publications, 1994-1995

Publications List numbers 1747-1847.

Box 114
Publications, 1995-1997

Publications List numbers 1848-1959.

Box 115
Publications, 1997-1999

Publications List numbers 1960-2068.

Box 116
Publications, 1999-2000

Publications List numbers 2069-2189.

Box 117
Publications, 2001-2003

Publications List numbers 2190-2305.

Box 118
Publications, 2003-2006

Publications List numbers 2306-2445, as well as forthcoming titles 26.04, 28.04, and 29.02.

Box 119

6. Speeches and Interviews Series, 1980-2009

8 boxes

Includes material related to Samuelson's public speeches, magazine interviews, and other events. Common themes are the global economy, Keynesian economics, inflation, debt, and political influences on economics (including his thoughts on various leaders such as Presidents Bush and Clinton). Many interviews are with foreign magazines or news stations, and have been translated into Spanish, Italian, Japanese, and other languages; these frequently include Samuelson's thoughts on the economics of the host country. Other speeches are much more personal, including his remarks at family events, reunions, birthday parties, and funerals.

Files are arranged chronologically. The amount of material varies: files may include correspondence between the inviting organization and Samuelson, Samuelson's script from the event, official transcripts (some edited) of the speech or interview, published accounts or news clippings from the event, and other ephemera. Some speech or interview files include audiovisual material such as cassette tapes, DVDs, or VHS videotapes.

Several recordings of Samuelson's public presentations, possibly including versions of speeches in this series, can be found in the Audiovisual Material Series.

Conditions Governing Access note

[Original audiovisual materials are closed to use. Use of these materials may require production of listening or viewing copies. Please contact Research Services before coming to use this collection.]

1. "The Public Role in the Modem American Economy," NBER Conference on Postwar Changes in the American Economy, January 1980
Box 119
2. "The Economic Responsibility of Government," Texas A&M University (with Milton Friedman), 25 March 1980
Box 119
3. Newsweek Panel Discussion on foreign policy, New York, April 1980
Box 119
4. Speech on international finance, Sloan Senior Executives, MIT, June 1980
Box 119
5. Interview (in German) in The Economist, Vienna, 6 June 1980
Box 119
6. "The World Economy at Century's End," Mexico City, August 1980
Box 120
7. Same lecture (No. 6), Lima, Peru, August 1980
Box 120
8. "Post-Camelot Dilemmas," Walter Heller Conference, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, September 1980
Box 120
9. "Macroeconomics in the 1980s," Oslo, September 1980
Box 120
10. "Economics in the Age after Ragner Frisch," Oslo, September 1980
Box 120
11. "The Nation," First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 1980
Box 120
12. Speech, City University, London, on receiving honorary degree, December 1980 (Audio cassette included)
Box 120
13. Speech on current economic situation, Copenhagen, December 1980
Box 120
14. "Lloyd Metzler (April 3, 1913-October 26,1980)," Lloyd Metzler Memorial Service, 12 December 1980
Box 120
15. Interview, Reuters, Bonn, Germany, 30 December 1980
Box 120
16. "The World Economy at Century's End," American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, January 1981
Box 120
17. Testimony on Reagan Economic Program, House Ways and Means Committee, Washington, DC, 5 March 1981
Box 120
18. "On the Use of Calculus in Mathematical Economics," Lecture, second semester calculus students, MIT, 18 November 1980
Box 120
19. "Reflections on the Post-Keynes Age," First Annual Alice E. Bourneuf Lecture, Boston College, 30 September 1981
Box 120
19a. Interview (translated into Japanese) for Business View Magazine
Box 120
20. Testimony on the Administration's Economic Program, House Ways and Means Committee, Washington, DC, 18 February 1982
Box 120
21. Panel on Franklin D. Roosevelt Centenary, John F. Kennedy Library, Boston, 22 April 1982
Box 120
22. "Reagan's Economic Problems, and Ours," MIT's "Getting to Know the Institute" presentation, 26 May 1982
Box 120
23. "Economic Problems the Industrial Democracies Face at Century's End," Osaka, 7 September 1982 (Mainichi Newspaper)
Box 120
24. "Theoretical Analysis of the Case For and Against the New Protectionism," Osaka University of Commerce, 8 September 1982
Box 120
25. "The Role of Japan in the World to Come: Some Words of Advance from an American Friend," Tokyo, 10 September 1982
Box 120
26. No copy
Box 120
27. "America's Fiscal Crisis of the 1980s," Conference Board Symposium, Washington, DC, 2 December 1982
Box 120
28. "Remarks About the Impending Future," Moss Institute, American University, Washington, DC, 14 January 1983
Box 120
29. Testimony on Industrial Policy for America, U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee, Washington, DC 24 June 1983
Box 120
30. "Social Security in the Mixed Economics for the Decades to Come," Rome, 6 July 1983
Box 120
31. No copy
Box 120
32. "The Challenge of International Industrial Redistribution," panel discussion with Charles Kindleberger and Lester Thurow, ILP Senior Executive Symposium, MIT, June 1983
Box 120
33. "The Economic Outlook," First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 October 1983
Box 120
34. "How the Fed Should Conduct Monetary Policy," Academic Consultants Meeting, Boston Federal
Box 120
35. "Succumbing to Keynesianism," Horowitz Lecture, Jerusalem, 5 March 1984 (Publication No. 1155)
Box 120
36. "Evaluation of Reaganomics," Horowitz Lecture, Jerusalem, 8 March 1984
Box 120
"Stochastic Land Valuation: Total Return as Martingale Implying Price Changes, A Negatively Correlated Walk," University of California, San Diego, 20 January 1984
Box 120
37. "Japan and the World at the Century's End," Tokyo Symposium NEXT on The Shape of What's to Come for Japan and the World, 27-28 August 1984
Box 120
38. "Evaluation of Reaganomics as Scientific Macroeconomics," New University of Lisbon, 29 October 1984
Box 120
39. No copy
Box 120
40. "How does Reaganomics Change the Science of Macroeconomics," MIT, 8 Janumy 1985
Box 120
41. "Economics in My Time," Lecture, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 6 February 1985
Box 120
42. Remarks, TIAA/CREF Press Conference, New York, 7 March 1985
Box 120
43. "The Public Interest and Commercial Advantage of a Mechanism to Hedge Against Inflation Risks," Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange, New York, 26 April 1985
Box 120
44. "The Economic Outlook," presentation, Human Resources Policy Institute, Boston University, April 1985
Box 120
44a. "Seventieth Birthday Remarks," 18 May 1985
Box 120
45. "Franco Modigliani," Italian-American Conference in Honor of Franco Modigliani, Martha's Vineyard, 20 September 1985
Box 120
46. "The Fallibility of Economic Science," Third Julius Steinberg Memorial Lecture, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2 October 1985
Box 120
47. "U.S. and World Economy at Century's End," Blacklow Memorial Lecture, Belmont, Massachusetts, 11 October 1985
Box 120
48. "The United States Economy at Century's End," Jackaline Baldwin Dunlap Distinguished American Lecture, University of Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, 11 November 1985
Box 120
48a. "The Present State of Economic Science and Its Probable Future Development," University of Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, 11 November 1985
Box 120
48b. "Brief Remarks with Retiring as CREF Trustee, New York, 19 November 1985
Box 120
49. "The Fallibility of Economic Science," Southern Economic Association, Dallas, Texas, 24 November 1985
Box 120
50. "The U.S. and Japanese Economies in the Remaining Reagan Years," Public Lecture to Center for Japan-U.S. Business and Economic Studies, NYU Stern School of Business, 4 December 1985
Box 120
51. "Recommended Economic Policy Alternatives and Forecasts for the U.S. Economy Through 1988, with Special Reference to Japan-U.S. Relationships," Report on grant from the Japanese National Institute for Research Advancement, December 1985
Box 120
51a. Panel discussion, "American Society: Public and Private Responsibilities," Kennedy School, Harvard, 14-15 March 1986
Box 120
52. Tribute to Bob Bishop on Retiring, MIT Endicott House, 8 May 1986
Box 120
52a. "Durability of the Stock Market Boom," Citicorp, Chicago, 15 April 1986
Box 120
53. "World Economy Toward Century's End," MIT Center for Real Estate Development, Cambridge, 23 June 1986
Box 120
54. Remarks on the World Economy, MIT Endicott House, 13 August 1986
Box 120
54a. "How Harvard Brought Keynes to America," Harvard 350th Symposium, Cambridge, 3-7 September 1986 (Publication No. 1245)
Box 120
55. "How Economics Has Changed," Joint Council on Economic Education, Cambridge, 18 September 1986
Box 120
56. "The U.S. and the World Economy," Temlenbaum Lecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 6 October 1986
Box 120
57. "Fall 1986 Economic Outlook," First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, 28 October 1986
Box 120
58. "Walter Salant 75th Birthday."
Box 120
59. "The Future of Economics," Franklin Foundation Lecture at Georgia State University, College of Business Administration, 6 October 1986
Box 120
60. Godkin Lectures, Harvard University, 19 and 20 November 1986
60a. Lecture I: "How Keynes Came to America via Harvard"
Box 120
60b. Lecture II: "Structure of a Scientific Revolution"
Box 120
60c. "Current Japanese-U.S. Illusions and Long-term Realities," NYU Lecture, Japan-U.S. Center, November 1986
Box 120
61. "How the World's Greatest Economics Department Happened," IAP talk, MIT, 11 January 1987
Box 120
62. "The Economic Future," Woodward Lecture, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 24 January 1987
Box 120
63. No copy
Box 120
64. "Deja Vu is Old Hat," MIT Conference on LCD Debts, 16 March 1987
Box 120
65. "Storm Squalls Ahead?" Boston Economic Club, 22 April 1987
Box 120
66. Remarks at the Retirement Dinner for Morris Adelman, Wellesley Faculty Club, 24 April 1987
Box 120
67. "Japanese Finance Comes of Age," NYU Conference on Direct and Indirect Financial Investment, 26 April 1987
Box 120
68. "Random Remarks on the Forecasting Game," 7th Annual International Symposium on Forecasting, Boston, 27 May 1987
Box 120
69. "Look for the Long View," Bay Bank, Boston, 8 June 1987
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70. "The U.S. and the World Economic Environment in mid-1987," Citicorp Woodside, Washington, DC, 3 June 1987
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71. "Out of the Closet: A Program for the Whig History of Economic Science," Keynote address, History of Economics Society, Harvard Business School, 20 June 1987 (Publication No. 1215)
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72. "Policy Agenda for the Late 1980s," NYU Lecture, 1987
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73. "The U.S. Economy in the late 1980s," The Beacon Company, Boston, 20 August 1987
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74. "Thoughts on the Stockholm School and on Scandinavian Economics," Conference on the Stockholm School after 50 Years, Saltajobaden, Sweden, 31 August-l September 1987 (Publication No. 1430)
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75. "The U.S. and World Outlook Toward Century's End," National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, Los Angeles, 22 October 1987 (Audio cassette included)
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75a. "Some Thoughts on Sraffa," NYU Lecture, 1987
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75b. "Outlook for the U.S. and World Economy," NYU Lecture, 1 December 1987 (Audio cassette included)
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75c. "The Morning After," NYU Lecture, Japan-U.S. Center, 20 October 1987
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76. "After the Crash What is the State of the U.S. Economy?", IAP talk, MIT, 12 January 1988
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77. "The Passing of the Guard in Economics," Lecture, Eastern Economics Association, Boston, 10 March 1988 (Publication No. 1272a)
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78. "Strategic Factors in the 1988 Investment Outlook," John M. Blewer, Inc., New York, 14 March 1988
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79. "Summer Prosperity, Future Problems," MIT, July 1988
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80. "Economic Challenges in the Election Year," NYU Lecture, 5 April 1988
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81. "Appreciation for Robert Solow," Kennedy Library dinner, Boston, 26 February 1988
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82. "The U.S. Economy in the 1990's," U.S. League of Saving Institutions Outlook Conference, Washington, DC, 9 February 1988 (Publication No. 1243)
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83. "Belmont Hill Club Comes of Age," Lecture, 15 May 1988
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84. Talk, Swampscott Junior High School, Swampscott, MA, 19 May 1988
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85. "Recurring Quandaries in International Trade," Keynote Address, Conference on International Financial Markets, NYU, 5-6 May 1988
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86. "The Hansonian Scientific Breakthroughs and the Fiscal Policy Seminar," Fiscal Policy Seminar, Harvard University, 25 April 1988
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87. Guest Lecture, Course 14.124, 12 May 1988
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88. "General Reflections on Global Economic Stability," NAS "President's Circle" Conference on Issues Confronting the Global Future, Woods Hole, Mass., 15-17 July 1988
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89. "Current Economics," MIT Campaign for the Future, dinner hosted by John Castle, New York, 25 July 1988
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90. Interviews for U.S. Information Agency, January, 1988. Also discussions in New Delhi, Dakar, and Brisbane (Audio cassette included)
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91. "The New Outlook Under President Bush," NYU Lecture, 15 November 1988
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91a. "Altruism Treated by a Theory of Types," NYU Lecture, 31 March 1989
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91b. "The New Trade Model: A Case for Quotas in Ohlin's Increasing Returns World," NYU Lecture, Apri1 1989
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91c. "Today's Tools to Trade Today's Trade Troubles," NYU Lecture, 10 October 1989
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91d. "Wall Street and Main Street," NYU Lecture, 7 December 1989
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92. "The Dismal Seience That is Not Quite a Science and Not All That Dismal," Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 7 February 1989
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93. "Outlook for the American and World Economy," Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 9 February 1989
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94. "Another part of the Forest: Economics as a Good Neighbor to the Law School," Olin Lecture, University of Virginia Law School, Charlottesville, Virginia, 21 March 1989
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95. "What Next for the U.S. and World Economy?" Spain, May, 1989
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96. "Latest Trends in Economic Science," Spain, May, 1989
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97. "Making Sense of the Chaotic Economic Scene," Boston Economic Club, 4 October 1989
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98. "America's True Decline, Without Exaggeration or False Optimism," Testimony, U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, Washington, DC, 15 November 1989
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99. "Using Japan's Surplus Optimally," NYU Lecture with Saburo Okita, 22 September 1989
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100. "Yes, Comparative Advantage Permits Japan to Outsell Us in Everything," NYU Lecture, November 1989
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101. "The Economic Outlook at Century's End," Belmont Public Library, Belmont, Mass., 25 March 1990
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102. "Japan-U.S. Frictions: Emotional and Economic," NYU Lecture, 1990
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103. "Theory and Econometrics Grapple with Comparing Japan and U.S. Productivities," NYU Lecture, 4 April 1990
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104. "Surprises in the Current Economic Scene," NYU Lecture, 1 May 1990
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105. "Windows on MIT," Talk, MIT Alumni, 21 May 1990
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106. "Beverly Parker Stobaugh: 1930-1990," In memoriam
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107. "Tribute to Nan Friedlaender," American Academy of Arts & Sciences, Cambridge, 5 May 1990
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108. "Surprising American Weakness," INEF, August 1990
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109. Untitled, NYU Lecture, 31 August 1990
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110. Remarks at 75th Birthday Party (Paul A. Samuelson), family gathering, 15 May 1990
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111. "The Evolution of Futures Trading and the Shadows of Re-regu1ation," Futures Group, Chicago, 27 July 1990
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112. "Economic Science Stalks Current Economic Trends," Lecture in Series by MIT Nobel Laureates, MIT Club of Boston, 21 May 1990
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113. "Remarks for Gottfried Haberler's 90th Birthday Party," Washington, DC, 18 July 1990
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114. "Does the Gulf War Signify the End of Pax America?" MIT Society of Senior Executives, 1990 Convocation, October, 1990
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115. "The Iraqi Supply Shock Threatens U.S. Recession," 21st Annual Business Outlook Forum, First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, October 1990 (Includes audio cassette recording)
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116. Remarks, Dinner for Walter Isard, Boston, 10 November 1990
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117. "Can a Great Depression Still Happen?" Stonehill College, North Easton, Mass., 28 November 1990
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118. "Economic Science at MIT and End of Century Prospects," MIT Alumni, Commodities Corporation, Princeton, N.J., 3 December 1990
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119. "The Outlook Darkens," Sloan Fellows Meeting, MIT, 7 December 1990
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120. "Any New Lessons from Wall Street?" NYU Lecture, 2 October 1990
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121. "Japanese and United States Relations in Time of Mid-East Crisis," NYU Lecture, 18 September 1990
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122. "Economics, Politics, and Economics," NYU Lecture, 7 November 1990
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123. "Here We Go: Supply Shocks Once Again," NYU Lecture, 15 September 1990
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123a. "Jubilee Thoughts of an Economist," 1991 Jubilee Conference to Celebrate the Nobel Century, Stockholm, August 1990
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123b. "Europe, America and Asia Fear Uncertainty," NYU Lecture, November 1990
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124. "Economic Science Grapples with Dilemmas of International Finance," Lionel Robbins Memorial Lecture, Claremont College, Claremont, Calif., 27-29 January 1991
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125. "Asia, America and Europe-Living Together," NYU panel discussion on Monetary Linkages Between America, Japan and Europe: Crises and Challenges, 25 February 1991 (Publication No. 1465)
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126. Remarks at Robeli Summers' Retirement Party, University of Pennsylvania, 16 April 1991
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127. "U.S.-Japan Relations After the Gulf War," NYU/Nihon Keizai Shimbun Symposium, NYU, 13 June 1991 (Publication No. 1466)
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129. "Basic Economic Problems Congress Must Face," Testimony, U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee, Washington, D.C., 11 July 1991
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130. "How Stand the Americans and the Global Economics," NYU Lecture, 11 September 1991
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131. Remarks read at Lawrence Klein Retirement Dinner, University of Pennsylvania, 21 September 1991
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132. Keynote Remarks at 1991 Annual Indiana Awards for Excellence in Economic Education, Indianapolis, Indiana, 20 September 1991
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133. "Does the Same Moon Shine over the New York and the Tokyo Markets?" NYU Lecture, 25 September 1991
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134. "Economic Perspectives at Century's End," Inaugural Lecture, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, 11 October 1991
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135. "Economic Chaos or Recovery for I992?" Universidad de Navarra, Barcelona, 14 October 1991
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135a. "Japan-U.S. Relations: What Have We Learned in 50 Years?" NYU Panel, 4 November 1991
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136. "Speaking of the Unspeakable: Pearl Harbor After 50 Years and at the Century's Turn," NYU Lecture, 4 November 1991
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137. No copy
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138. Remarks at Dinner Celebrating MIT's Samuelson Chair in Economics, MIT, 18 November 1991
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139. "Economics of 2001," Sloan Fellows, MIT, 1 November 1991
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140. "Europe After 1992: Poised Between North America and the Pacific Basin," NYU Lecture, 25 November 1991
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141. "Economics in Our Time," 90th Anniversary Nobel Lecture, Stockholm, 6 December 1991
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142. Testimony Before Joint Economic Committee of Congress, Washington, DC, 9 January 1992
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143. "U.S.-Japan Relations: Views from Both Sides of the Pacific," NYU Lecture with Saburo Okita, 18 February 1992
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144. "Remarks for Wall Street Week, PBS (with Milton Friedman), 21 February 1992 (Includes VHS tape)
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145. "Is Japan Really Open?" NYU Panel with Seiji Tsutsumi, 10 March 1992
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146. "Modern Theory of Economic Finance," Lecture at LEC, Federal Judges, Tucson, Arizona, 18-20 March 1992
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147. "International Management: A Japan-U.S. Perspective," NYU Lecture, 28 April 1992
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148. "Spain and the Global Economy Face Up to the '90s," Lecture at the Forum "Towards a World Democratic Society," Spanish Pavilion of the 1992 World Expo, Seville, Spain, 6 May 1992
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149. "How Economists Think About Current Trends in Political Economy," MIT Alumni Club of Northern New Jersey, Newark, N.J., 2 June 1992
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150. Interview for BBC China (Includes 3M micro cassette tape)
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151. "Off the European Center Stage," NYU Lecture, 22 September 1992
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152. Interview with RAI Corporation, Italian Radio TV System (Includes cassette)
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153. Remarks for Belmont Hill Club 25th Anniversary, Belmont, Mass., 3 October 1992
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154. "The American Economy Before and After the Election," American Friends of the London School of Economic, Washington, DC, 12 October 1992
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155. "The American Economy Before and After the Election," MIT Sloan Fellows, 16 October 1992
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156. "Nine Truths About the Election and the American Economy," MIT Sloan Club of Boston, Boston, Mass., 21 October 1992
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156a. Interview in Slovenec, newspaper of Slovenia, 21 November 1992
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157. "U.S.-Japan Relations After the Election," NYU Panel, 27 October 1992
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158. Interview (in Italian) in Milano Finanza, 17 September 1992
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159. "Salute to John Chipman," Chipman Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 26 September 1992
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160. "A New Classical Synthesis," NYU Lecture, 27 November 1992
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161. "Japan's Role in the 1990's," NYU Lecture, 6 December 1992
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162. Testimony Before the Joint Economic Committee on Monetmy Policy, Washington, D.C., 30 December 1992
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163. "International Banking: Problems and Prospects," NYU Lecture, 17 February 1993
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164. "Some Uneasiness with the Coase Theorem," NYU Lecture, 5 March 1993 (Publication No. 1712)
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165. "After Reaganomics, What?," Belmont Women's Club, Belmont, Mass., 10 March 1993
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166. "Introduction to Jim Tobin," American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, Mass., 10 March 1993
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167. Comments on Ishikawa-Suzumura, "Ranking Alternative Trade-Restricting Policies Under Duopoly," NYU Panel, 16 March 1993
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168. "Japan and Capitalism," NYU Lecture, 21 April 1993
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169. "Economic Advice to President Clinton," Conference of Federal Judges, Washington, DC, 17 May 1993
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170. "Four Cheers for Lester Thurow," in honor of Thurow's department as Dean of the Sloan School, MIT, 28 May 1993
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171. "Realities for a Fine June Day," HBS Class Reunion of 1948, Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Mass., 5 June 1993
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172. "Optimal Federal Reserve Policy for 1993-94," Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, Washington, DC, 1 July 1993
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173. Skipped
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174. "Economic Roadblocks on the Road Joining America and Japan," NYU Lecture, 23 September 1993
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175. "The Second Clinton Year," Boston Economics Club, Boston, Mass., 29 September 1993
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176. "Introduction to Black-Scholes Anniversary Picnic," MIT, 8 October 1993
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177. "A Distant Danger. Will President Clinton Turn Protectionist?" NYU Lecture, 18 October 1993
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178. "Global Marketing," Sloan Senior Executives Forum, 22 October 1993
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179. "The Past and Future of International Trade Theory," keynote speech at Conference on New Directions in Trade Theory, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 29-30 October 1993 (Publication No. 1741)
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180. Statement on NAFTA at The White House, Washington, DC, 2 November 1993
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181. "NAFTA, Autos and the General Welfare," NYU Lecture, 5 November 1993
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182. "Reflections on Investing for Foundations and Colleges," U.S. Trust/Rutgers University Endowment and Foundations Seminar, New York, 17 November 1993
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183. "The U.S. and Global Economy," SPURS Program, MIT, 1 December 1993
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184. "U.S. and Japan: International Competitiveness," NYU Lecture, 8 December
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185. "Me and Kennedy," The Examiner Club, Boston, Mass., 3 January 1994 (Includes audio cassette)
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186. "Japan-U.S. Financial Developments After the Kosokawa-Clinton Debacle," NYU Lecture, 15 February 1994
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187. "Economic Science Grapples with Current Problems," Undergraduate Economic Association, MIT, 17 March 1994
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188. No copy
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189. "Budget Constraints That Are Not Soft," NYU Technical Symposium luncheon speech, 24 March 1994 (Published)
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190. "Strange Time: U.S. Leads the World Pack," MIT Senior Executives, Endicott House, Dedham, Mass., 28 March 1994
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191. "Global Financial Problems and Prospects," NYU Panel, 11 April 1994
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191a. "Shaping a Future Order for Japanese Foreign Investment," 14 April 1994
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192. "International Investing," NYU Lecture, 20 April 1994
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193. "Interview (in Italian) in La Repubblica, 3 March 1994
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194. "Strong American Recovery and the Weak Global Picture," Sloan Fellows, MIT, 26 April 1994
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195. Remarks by Paul A. Samuelson to Italian Bankers Visiting Boston-MIT, 9 May 1994
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196. Interview (in Italian) for Il Secolo XIX, April 1994
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197. "Macroeconomics Progresses But Still Falls Short," Boston Association of Business Economists, Boston, Mass., 12 May 1994
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198. "World at the Turn of the Century," WEL Conference, Milano, Italy, 23 May 1994
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199. "Fuzzy Facts About the Mayer Lypski Clan," Family Reunion, Chicago, Ill., 16 July 1994
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200. Robert Merton's Fiftieth Birthday Party, Boston Harbor Hotel, 30 July 1994
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201. Panel for Newcomers to MIT, MIT, 31 August 1994
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202. Interview (in Italian) in La Repubblica, 18 August 1994
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203. "Japan-U.S. Relations in Clinton's Second Year," NYU Lecture, 21 September 1994
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204. Panel Discussion on Business History and Economics, Harvard Business School, 26 September 1994
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205. "The U.S. Economy in the Clinton Era," MIT Senior Executives, Endicott House, Dedham, Mass., 3 October 1994
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206. "A Bouquet of Fallacies and Facts in the Science Fiction and Science of Investing," Cambridge Center for Behavioral Sciences, Cambridge, Mass., 5 October 1994
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207. Interview (in Chinese) in Economic Highlights, 30 June 1994
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208. Interview (in Italian) in L'Indice, July 1994
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209. No copy
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210. "Trade and Competitiveness Now That Japan Comes of Age," NYU Lecture, 24 October 1994
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211. Toast to Journal of Portfolio Management at Twenty," Comments at celebration, New York, 3 November 1994
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212. "Japan-U.S. Current Financial Trends," NYU Lecture, 2 November 1994
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213. "Henk Houthakker," Toast at his retirement dinner, Harvard Faculty Club, Cambridge, Mass., 2 December 1994
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214. "What Fiscal Coordination Ought to Mean," NYU Lecture, 5 December 1994
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215. "The Economics of Disasters: Japan After the Kobe Earthquake," NYU Lecture, 6 February 1995
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216. "New Directions in Japanese Financial Structures, NYU Lecture, 21 March 1995
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217. No copy
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218. "At Eighty," For Family Party, 17 April 1995
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219. Untitled, NYU Panel on Competition and Cooperation in Information Technology: The Japanese Experience, 18 April 1995
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220. "The 60-Year Sure Thing and Other Doubtful Theories," Boston Globe, by David Warsh, 23 April 1995
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221. "At Eighty: MIT and I," MIT 80th Birthday Party, Boston Harbor Hotel, 30 April 1995
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222. "Crisis for the Welfare State," Harvard Law School, 3 May 1995
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223. "Requiem for Robert Solow on Retirement," American Academy of Atts & Sciences, Cambridge, Mass., 6 May 1995
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224. "Grappling with Rational Case for Long-Horizon Risky-Equities Tolerance, University of Rome, Rome, Italy, 5 April 1995
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225. "The Economic Road Ahead," Finnish Executives Seminar, Boston, 5 June 1995
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226. "The Economic World that the Sloan School Faces in its Second Half Century," Sloan School Alumni, MIT, 17 June 1995
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227. Interview for Mainichi Shimbun (Japanese "Economist") June/July, 1995
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228. Paul A. Samuelson mentioned/interviewed for "How Safe Are Stocks?" Institutional Investor, March 1995, p. 133
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228a. "Crisis for Welfare State," Harvard Law School, 3 May 1995
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229. Interview for Korean TV, 28 August 1995 (Includes VHS tape)
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230. "The Next Fifty Years of Japan-U.S. Economic Relations," NYU Lecture, 26 September 1995
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231. "Deja Vu: Being 80 All Over Again," Birthday Party, NYU, 26 September 1995
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232. "Tribute to Herbert Scarf," Yale University, 30 September 1995
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233. "An Overview of Japan-U.S. Trade Relations," NYU Panel on Japanese Investment, Past and Present, 9 October 1995
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234. "A Distant Danger: Will President Clinton Turn Protectionist?" NYU Panel on Trade Relations Between Japan and the U.S.: An Overview, 18 October 1995
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235. "The Fulfilled Life," Honorary Society inductees, Concord-Carlisle High School, Concord, Mass., 6 November 1995
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236. "Leontief at Ninety," NYU Birthday Celebration, New York, 27 November 1995
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237. "Introducing the Debaters Who Argue About Whether Risk Averages Down in the Long Run," Financial Engineers Dinner, Cambridge, Mass., 30 November 1995
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238. "Japan-U.S. Macroeconomics Coordination," NYU Panel on Fiscal & Monetary Coordination: Japan-U.S. Dimensions, 5 December 1995
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239. Interview (in Japanese) in Nihon Keizai Shimbun, 21 November 1995
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240. "What Has the Economy Taught Us About Macroeconomics?" IAP Lecture, MIT, 10 January 1996
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241. "New Directions in Industrial Competition," NYU Lecture, 21 February 1996
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242. Interview (in Italian), Carriere della Sera, 2 Januaty 1996
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243. "Japan's Role in Peace and Prosperity, And Ours," NYU Lecture, 5 March 1996
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244. "Theories of the Feasible FIRST Best," NYU Technical Symposium, 29 March 1996 (Published)
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245a. "Wrong and Right Reasons for Long-Horizon Investors to be More Equity Tolerant," Mathematical Finance Day, Boston University, 31 March 1996
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245b. "In on the Creation: The Theory of Finance Gets Born," luncheon speech read by Robert C. Merton, Mathematical Finance Day, Boston University, 31 March 1996
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246. "Japanese Multinationals in the Global Economy," NYU Lecture, 2 April 1996
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247. "Legacy of the New Deal," St. Botolph Club, Boston, 10 April 1996
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248. "Shaping Economic Science to Cope with End-of-Century Reality," Undergraduate Economic Association, MIT, 17 April 1996
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249. "Grande Come Adam Smith," interview (in Italian), Il Mondo, 27 April 1996
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250. "American and European Economic Divergences at Century's End," Lecture at IDEI, Toulouse, France, 9 May 1996 (Includes VHS tape)
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251. "Bob Bishop at Eight," MIT Faculty Club, 2 June 1996
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252. U.S. Treasury Talk, Washington, DC, 26 July 1996
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253. "Dole Tax Cut," WBUR Radio, The Connection, 5 August 1996 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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254. "Changing World Order and Japan-U.S. Relations," NYU Lecture, 18 September 1996
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255. Written answers to five questions for Academic Advisory Panel Meeting, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 17 September 1996
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256. "MIT Preens Itself," MIT Department of Economics dinner honoring Paul A. Samuelson for receiving the National Medal of Science, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, Mass., 21 September 1996
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257. Remarks for WJON/ABC News Radio on Dole-Kemp Tax Plan (with Merton Miller), Palm Beach, Florida, 25 September 1996
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258. "Monetary and Fiscal Stabilization for Japan and the United States," NYU Lecture, 7 October 1996
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259. "The 1996 Elections and What They Betoken for the Japan-U.S. Dialogue," NYU Lecture, 22 October 1996
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260. "Central Banking and Financial Markets," NYU Panel, 18 November 1996
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261. Interview (in Japanese), Yamiuri, November, 1996
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262. Award Acceptance Speech, Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York, New York, 21 November 1996
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263. Questions and answers for Academic Advisory Panel meeting, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 12 December 1996
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264. Toast and Introductory Remarks for TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Prize, AEA Meetings, New Orleans, 4-5 January 1997
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265. Interview (in Italian), Carriere della Sera, 30 December 1996
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266. "Information Technology in the Global Future," NYU Lecture, 20 February 1997
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267. "A Better Break for Small and Large Investors," NYU Lecture, 4 March 1997
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268. "The Coming Erosion of Advanced Nations' Well-Being From World Trade," NYU Technical Symposium, 27-28 March 1997
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269. "Business Negotiations Across Cultures," NYU Lecture, 15 April 1997
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270. "Why Economies Grow and Why They Decay," for video teleconference for Economic Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 23 April 1997
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271. "Fifty Years On: the Marshall Plan," St. Botolph Club, Boston, Mass., 14 May 1997
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272. "Interview (in Italian) in Milano Finanza, 31 May 1997
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273, "Belmont Hill Tennis Club," Harvard Faculty Club, Cambridge, Mass., 30 July 1997
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274. Interview (in Japanese) in Nikkei Business, July, 1997
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275. "Stocks are Better Than CDs and Bonds," interview in Bovespa (magazine of the Sao Paolo Stock Exchange), Year IV, No, 44, pg. 4-11, May 1997
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276. Interview (telephone) for Reuters Wire Service, 9 September 1997
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277. "In on the Creation," dinner speech, International Association of Financial Engineers, Boston, Mass., 22 September 1997
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278. "Wherein Do the European and American Models Differ?" Lecture at Banca d'Italia, Rome, 3 October 1997
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279. "Informal Thoughts about Macroeconomics," Roundtable at Banca d'Italia, Rome, 3 October 1997
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280. Interview for World Radio (BBC/NPR), regarding the Merton-Scholes Nobel Prize, 14 October 1997 (Includes audio cassette)
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281. "Reminiscences of Archie Cox during the 1960 Presidential Campaign," JFK Library, Boston, Mass., 22 October, 1997
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282. "Tribute to Robert Mundell," read in Washington, DC, 23 October 1997
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282a. Interview (in German) in Wirtschafls Woche, regarding Merton-Scholes and the 1997 Nobel Prize, October 1997
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283. CNBC interview regarding the Merton-Scholes Nobel Prize in Economics, 14 October 1997 (Includes VHS tape)
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284. "For Eric Roll at Ninety," speech read by someone else in London on the occasion of a birthday party for Lord Roll, 3 December 1997
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285. Notes for interview with Nihon Keizai Shimbun Japanese television, December 1997
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286. Printed interview of "Armchair Millionaire," for web site of iVillage (Lewis Schiff), December 1997
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