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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Awards, Committees and Projects, Correspondence, Printed Materials, Speeches and Interviews, Teaching Materials, and Unpublished Writings.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

Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Creator
Samuelson, Paul A. (Paul Anthony), 1915-2009
Title
Paul A. Samuelson papers 1933-2010 and undated
Language of Material
English
Extent
119 Linear Feet, Approx. 88,950 Items
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

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are arranged in the original order maintained by Samuelson, and include his professional correspondence files; unpublished writings, notes, drafts and fragments; audiovisual materials; documents regarding awards, including the Nobel Prize; files relating to various grants,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 a reference archivist before coming to use this series.

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Contents of the Collection

Audiovisual Materials Series, 1969-1977

(3 record storage cartons)

Chiefly made up of the Economics Cassette Series, 320 cassette tape recordings featuring interviews with economist Milton Friedman, and later, with Paul Samuelson. Topics in this series include inflation, value-added taxes, and President Reagan's fiscal policies. Also includes a DVD of Samuelson's memorial service in 2010 with many images of Samuelson taken throughout his life, some open reel audio and video tapes of Samuelson's lectures, as well as a film reel of Samuelson winning the Nobel Prize. Titles are taken from original labels. Arranged in original order as received.

[Original audiovisual materials are closed to use. Use of these materials may require production of listening or viewing copies. Please contact a reference archivist before coming to use this Series.]

Milton Friedman, 1969-1975
(124 audio cassette tapes)
Box 1
Paul Samuelson, 1969-1973
(136 audio cassette tapes)
Box 2
Paul Samuelson, 1973-1977
(60 audio cassette tapes)
Box 3
Open reel audio tape: Discussion of Pound Sterling Devaluation, University of Michigan, 1967
Box 3
Open reel audio tape: De Paul University, 1970
Box 3
1/2" open reel video tape: Cologne, Germany, 1970
Box 3
Film reel: The Economy Prize, regarding Nobel Prize activities, 1970
Box 3
Inserts from audiovisual materials (1 folder)
Box 3
DVD, Paul A. Samuelson, 1915-2009 [memorial service at MIT]
Box 3
DVD, Samuelson's 90th birthday celebration
Box 3

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

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
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
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

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.

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

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.

MIT Press correspondence, 1963-2010
Box 79
Reviews, 1965-1970
Box 79
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
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
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
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
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
Samuelson, Dorfman and Solow, 1950-1962
(2 folders)
Box 85
McGraw-Hill agreement Skidmore/Samuelson, 1970
Box 85
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
Proofs and corrections, 1955
Box 86
1st edition permissions, 1951-1952
Box 86
2nd edition permissions, 1955
Box 86
Revisions, 1952-1971
Box 86
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

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.

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.

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

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

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

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.

[Original audiovisual materials are closed to use. Use of these materials may require production of listening or viewing copies. Please contact a reference archivist 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
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23. "Economic Problems the Industrial Democracies Face at Century's End," Osaka, 7 September 1982 (Mainichi Newspaper)
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24. "Theoretical Analysis of the Case For and Against the New Protectionism," Osaka University of Commerce, 8 September 1982
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25. "The Role of Japan in the World to Come: Some Words of Advance from an American Friend," Tokyo, 10 September 1982
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26. No copy
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27. "America's Fiscal Crisis of the 1980s," Conference Board Symposium, Washington, DC, 2 December 1982
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28. "Remarks About the Impending Future," Moss Institute, American University, Washington, DC, 14 January 1983
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29. Testimony on Industrial Policy for America, U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee, Washington, DC 24 June 1983
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30. "Social Security in the Mixed Economics for the Decades to Come," Rome, 6 July 1983
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31. No copy
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32. "The Challenge of International Industrial Redistribution," panel discussion with Charles Kindleberger and Lester Thurow, ILP Senior Executive Symposium, MIT, June 1983
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33. "The Economic Outlook," First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 October 1983
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34. "How the Fed Should Conduct Monetary Policy," Academic Consultants Meeting, Boston Federal
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35. "Succumbing to Keynesianism," Horowitz Lecture, Jerusalem, 5 March 1984 (Publication No. 1155)
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36. "Evaluation of Reaganomics," Horowitz Lecture, Jerusalem, 8 March 1984
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"Stochastic Land Valuation: Total Return as Martingale Implying Price Changes, A Negatively Correlated Walk," University of California, San Diego, 20 January 1984
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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
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38. "Evaluation of Reaganomics as Scientific Macroeconomics," New University of Lisbon, 29 October 1984
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39. No copy
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40. "How does Reaganomics Change the Science of Macroeconomics," MIT, 8 Janumy 1985
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41. "Economics in My Time," Lecture, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 6 February 1985
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42. Remarks, TIAA/CREF Press Conference, New York, 7 March 1985
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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
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44. "The Economic Outlook," presentation, Human Resources Policy Institute, Boston University, April 1985
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44a. "Seventieth Birthday Remarks," 18 May 1985
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45. "Franco Modigliani," Italian-American Conference in Honor of Franco Modigliani, Martha's Vineyard, 20 September 1985
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46. "The Fallibility of Economic Science," Third Julius Steinberg Memorial Lecture, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2 October 1985
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47. "U.S. and World Economy at Century's End," Blacklow Memorial Lecture, Belmont, Massachusetts, 11 October 1985
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48. "The United States Economy at Century's End," Jackaline Baldwin Dunlap Distinguished American Lecture, University of Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, 11 November 1985
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48a. "The Present State of Economic Science and Its Probable Future Development," University of Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, 11 November 1985
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48b. "Brief Remarks with Retiring as CREF Trustee, New York, 19 November 1985
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49. "The Fallibility of Economic Science," Southern Economic Association, Dallas, Texas, 24 November 1985
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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
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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
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51a. Panel discussion, "American Society: Public and Private Responsibilities," Kennedy School, Harvard, 14-15 March 1986
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52. Tribute to Bob Bishop on Retiring, MIT Endicott House, 8 May 1986
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52a. "Durability of the Stock Market Boom," Citicorp, Chicago, 15 April 1986
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53. "World Economy Toward Century's End," MIT Center for Real Estate Development, Cambridge, 23 June 1986
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54. Remarks on the World Economy, MIT Endicott House, 13 August 1986
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54a. "How Harvard Brought Keynes to America," Harvard 350th Symposium, Cambridge, 3-7 September 1986 (Publication No. 1245)
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55. "How Economics Has Changed," Joint Council on Economic Education, Cambridge, 18 September 1986
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56. "The U.S. and the World Economy," Temlenbaum Lecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 6 October 1986
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57. "Fall 1986 Economic Outlook," First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, 28 October 1986
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58. "Walter Salant 75th Birthday."
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59. "The Future of Economics," Franklin Foundation Lecture at Georgia State University, College of Business Administration, 6 October 1986
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60a. Lecture I: "How Keynes Came to America via Harvard"
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60b. Lecture II: "Structure of a Scientific Revolution"
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60c. "Current Japanese-U.S. Illusions and Long-term Realities," NYU Lecture, Japan-U.S. Center, November 1986
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61. "How the World's Greatest Economics Department Happened," IAP talk, MIT, 11 January 1987
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62. "The Economic Future," Woodward Lecture, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 24 January 1987
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63. No copy
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64. "Deja Vu is Old Hat," MIT Conference on LCD Debts, 16 March 1987
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65. "Storm Squalls Ahead?" Boston Economic Club, 22 April 1987
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66. Remarks at the Retirement Dinner for Morris Adelman, Wellesley Faculty Club, 24 April 1987
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67. "Japanese Finance Comes of Age," NYU Conference on Direct and Indirect Financial Investment, 26 April 1987
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68. "Random Remarks on the Forecasting Game," 7th Annual International Symposium on Forecasting, Boston, 27 May 1987
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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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287. "Another Year, Another Jump Ahead for the Art of Finance," and "From TIAA-CREF and Back to It," TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award, AEA, Chicago, 4 January 1998
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288. "Samuelson's Economics at Fifty," McGraw-Hill celebration at AEA, Chicago, 4 January 1998 (Publication No. 1959)
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289. Interview (in Italian) in La Stampa, pg. 6, 10 January 1998
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290. Interview (in Japanese) for Nihon Keizai Shimbun Japanese Public Television, broadcast 4 January 1998
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291. "Recent Trends in International Banking," NYU Lecture, 24 February 1998
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292. "Harold Freeman (1909-1997)," Memorial Service Tribute, MIT, 10 March 1998 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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293. Skipped
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294. "'Tis Folly to be Wise," interview, Dow Jones Asset Management, pg. 20-28, March/April l998
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295. No copy
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296. "The Central Role of Telecommunications," NYU Lecture, 15 April 1998
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297. "As Bandwagon Rolls On, There's Need to Take Heed," interview, The Boston Globe, pg. C1 and C13, 15 April 1998
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298. Interview (in Japanese) in Yomiuri Shimbun, 15 April 1998
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299. Interview (in Italian) in La Stampa, by telephone, 1 May 1998
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300. Remarks at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Honorary Degree, Troy, New York, 15 May 1998
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301. "Mathematics is a Skeleton Key in Science, Economics and Business," mathematics graduating class, Belmont Hill School, Belmont, Mass. (re Couper Samuelson), 28 May 1998
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302. "Pitfalls in a Honeymoon Era," Institutional Investor Institute Conference luncheon speech, Boston, Mass., 12 June 1998
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303. "When Giants Walked the Field of Finance," Memorial Symposium on Investment Perspectives for Fischer Black, New York, 23 June 1998
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304. "Summing Up on Business Cycles," Federal Reserve Bank of Boston conference, Chatham, Mass., 24 June 1998
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305. "Calibrating Riskiness in Terms of Certainty-Equivalents: An Alternative to the Tyranny of Mean-Variance Analysis," Chinese Finance Association keynote, MIT Faculty Club, Cambridge, Mass., 15 August 1998
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306. "Understanding Present, Recent and Future Financial Turmoils," NYU Lecture, 1 October 1998
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307. "Samuel Hollander, Our Master and Co-Worker," for tribute conference to Hollander, dinner speech, University of Toronto, 27-28 September 1998
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308. "The U.S. and World Present, and Likely Future," Commercial Bank of New York, New York, 20 October 1998
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309. "Two Gods That Failed," Heilbroner Conference, New School for Social Research, New York, 12 November 1998 (Publication No. 1957)
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310. "The Future of Industrial Structure in Japan and the U.S.," NYU Lecture, 12 November 1998
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311. "Faculty Tribute to MIT Treasurer Glenn Strehle," MIT, 3 December 1998
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312. Interview for Nihon Keizai Shimbun TV Broadcasting Corporation, 28 October 1998 (Includes VHS tape)
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313. "Econ 101: Is This the Best Way to Teach Economics?" interview in Federal Reserve Magazine, Minneapolis, December 1998
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314. Interview (in Japanese) for Nihon Keizai Shimbun television documentary (Includes VHS tape)
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315. "Trabalho Duro," interview (in Portugese), Exame (Brazil) by Nely Caixeta, Vol. 681, No.3, year 32, pgs. 38-42, 10 February 1999
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316. "Is the Global Crisis Over?" Harvard and MIT Clubs of Palm Beach, Florida, 25 February 1999
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317. "What in the World Happening to Economics?" Fortune, pgs. 91-102, 15 March 1999
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318. "Lessons to be Learned from the Asian Financial Crisis," NYU Technical Symposium, 26 March 1999
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319. Skipped.
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320. "Cleaning Banks' Augean Stables," NYU Lecture, 15 April 1999
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321. "Legendary Economist," interview (in Turkish), Capital (Istanbul), pg. 68-70, May 1999
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322. "Three Ethical Tales for Jessica," Jessica Samuelson's Bat Mitzvah, 12 June 1999
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323. "Walter Salant," Memorial Service, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, 21 June 1999
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324. Statement for McGraw-Hill promotion of Chinese translation of Economics, August 1999 (Includes VHS tape)
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325. "The Narrowing of the World Market," NYU Lecture, 4 October 1999 (Publication No. 1981)
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326. Remarks, Monetary Stability and Economic Growth Conference in Honor of Randall Hinshaw, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, videoconference, 2 October 1999
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327. "Honoring Founding Fathers of Modern Finance Economics," Financial Management Association, Orlando, Florida, 7 October 1999
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328. "The 'Micro Efficient' Random Walk White Noise Market," Freshman Seminar on Mutual Funds, Indexing, etc. (Poterba's class), MIT, 19 October 1999
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329. "Economics and the Kennedy Presidency," dinner speech, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, 12 November 1999
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330. "Japan's Future Financial Structure," NYU Lecture, 16 November 1999 (Publication No. 1993)
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331. Interview (in Italian) in Corriere del Ticino, Ticino, Switzerland (Lugano), 10 November 1999
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332. "Accepting the Gold Medal from the National Institute of Social Sciences, The Metropolitan Club, New York, 1 December 1999
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333. "What New Economics Is Needed for the New Century?" Distinguished Lecture, Fordham University, New York, 8 December 1999
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334. Interview for BBC television, Horizon: The Midas Formula, Spring/Summer 1999 (Includes VHS tape)
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335. Interview (in Japanese) for Nihan Keizai Shimbun, 14 December 1999
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336. Remarks at TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award, ABA, Boston, Mass., 8 January 2000
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337. "Thanks for the J.R. Commons Award," AEA, Boston, Mass., 9 January 2000
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338. "What May Be Ahead for the U.S. and World Economy," MIT-Wellesley Club of Southwest Florida, Sarasota Country Club, Florida, 21 January 2000
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339. Interview (in Finnish) in Kauppalehtl, No. 21, pg. 40-43, 16 December 1999
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340. "The Gurus, Five Eminent Economists Gaze Into the Future," invited thoughts on finance in the next 10 years, CFO Magazine, January 2000
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341. "By Way of Warm-Up," Dean's Roundtable Dinner, University of Southern Florida/New College, Sarasota, Florida, 6 March 2000
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342. "Some Game Theory Anecdotes," NYU Technical Symposium, 31 March 2000
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343. "Speculations about Japan and U.S. Relations in the Coming Decade," NYU Lecture, 12 April 2000 (Publication No. 2007)
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344. Interview (in Italian) in Il Messaggero, 6 April 2000
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345. "Some New Economics for a New Century," Brookhaven, Lexington, Mass., 17 May 2000
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346. "Some New Economics for a New Century," Lifetime Learning, Newton, Mass., 30 May 2000
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347. Interview (in Italian) in La Repubblica, 23 May 2000
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348. "Modern Finance Theory Within One Lifetime," World Congress of the Bachelier Finance Society, Paris, France, 28 June 2000 (Publication No. 2090)
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349. Interview (in Japanese) in The Sankei Shimbun, 18 August 2000
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350. "Personal Homage to Ryuzo Sato," on the occasion of a dinner at a symposium to honor his 70th birthday, Lenox, Mass., 9 September 2000
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351. "Economic and Cultural Aspects of Tomorrow's Multinational Films," NYU Lecture, 14 September 2000 (Publication No. 2025)
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352. "Major Economic Problems in the Upcoming Decade," MIT Nobel Series (with Solow and Modigliani), 18 September 2000
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353. Interview/article in Portuguese, Gazeta Mercantil, 23-24 September 2000
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354. "Should We Pay Off the Debt? Exchange," with R.M. Solow, New York Review of Books, 2 November 2000
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355. "Future Asian Stock Market Trends," NYU Lecture, 17 October 2000
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356. Remarks to be read at TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award, AEA, New Orleans, 5 January 2001
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357. Interview (in Flemish) in Trends magazine (Belgium), with Bob Solow, 11 January 2001
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358. "The New Economic Ball Game," Harvard Club of Sarasota, Florida, 9 March 2001
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359. Interview (in Korean) in Chosun Ilbo, March 2001
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360. "Innovational Progress Sans Thrift," NYU Technical Symposium, 30 March 2001 (Publication No. 2121)
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361. Interview (in Italian) in Carriere della Sera, 23 March 2001
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362. Interview (in Italian) in Carriere della Sera, 2 January 2001
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363. "California Power Deregulation: Comedy or Tragedy?" NYU Lecture, 11 April 2001
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364. Interview (in Italian) in Carriere della Sera, 20 April 2001
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365. "The New Economic Ball Game," Undergraduate Economics Association, MIT, 9 May 2001
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366. Interview (in Italian) in La Stampa, 4 or 5 May 2001
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367. Comments, Academic Advisory Panel, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Boston, 9 May 2001
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368. "The New Ball Game in Economics," Rotarians of Medford and Winchester, Medford, Mass., 17 May 2001
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369. "Progress and Pitfalls in the State of Modern Finance Theory," Renaissance Technologies, East Setauket, New York, 24 May 2001
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369a. "Is There Life After Nobel Coronation?" Contribution to Nobel e-Museum, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2001
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370. "Innovation Technology and U.S.-Japan Recovery," NYU Lecture, 3 October 2001
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371. "Edmund Phelps, Insider-Economists' Insider," keynote speech, Phelps Fest, Columbia University, 5 October 2001 (Publication No. 2139)
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372. Interview for Panorama Magazine (Italy), 23 September 2001
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373. "Analyzing the Great Debate About Globalization," Belmont Hill School, Belmont, Mass., 19 October 2001
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374. "Something of Myself as a Productive Scholar," Harvard Business School Seminar with Robert Merion (Tom McCraw), 19 November 2001 (Includes VHS tape)
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375. "Salutation at Bank of Sweden," Nobel Centennial Dinner, Swedish National Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden, 7 December 2001
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376. "Current U.S. and Global Uncertainties," Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning, Sarasota, Florida, 8 January 2002
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377. "Some Personal Rememberings of Joseph Schumpeter," Schumpeter Society meeting, Gainesville, Florida, 28 March 2002 (Publication No. 2183)
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378. "A Few Theoretical Aspects of Deregulation," NYU Lecture, 4 April 2002 (Publication No. 2145)
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379. "Pure Theory Aspects of Industrial Organization and Globalization," NYU Technical Symposium, 5 April 2002 (Publication No. 2146)
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380. Radio interview for Radio Svizzer by phone, February, 2002 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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381. "Remembering Jim Tobin," Memorial Service, Yale, New Haven, Conn., 27 April 2002
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382. "A New Thing Under the Sun," Commencement Address at Boston University, School of Management, Boston, Mass., 8 June 2002
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383. Interview (in Portuguese) for CartaCapital (Brazil), 29 May 2002
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384. "Crisis in American Capitalism," On Point radio talk show, WBUR, 23 July 2002 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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385. "Tale of Two Macroeconomics," NYU Lecture, 19 November 2002 (Publication No. 2162)
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386. "Where Economics and the Global Economy Seem To Be Going," Lawrence Kotlikoff's group at Boston University, Boston, 22 November 2002 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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387. "Salutations to TIAA-CREF Victors," read at TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award, AEA, Washington, DC, 5-6 Janumy 2003
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388. Interview (in Italian) in L'espresso, 16 January and 23 January 2003
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389. Interview (in Japanese) in Bloomberg News Collection, January 2003
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390. "Economists Take on Bush," On Point talk show, WBUR, with Milton Friedman, 12 February 2003 (Includes DVD)
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391. No copy
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392. "The Economy, Now and in Years Ahead," National Heritage Museum, Lexington, Mass., 7 September 2003 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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393. "Remembering Charlie" (Kindleberger), Memorial tribute, MIT Chapel, 30 October 2003
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394. Professors Samuelson and Solow on Franco Modigliani, for ISEO, Italy, 13 November 2003 (Includes VHS tape)
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395. "Abram Bergson, Economist," Memorial tribute, Memorial Chapel, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 24 November 2003
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396. "Franco, Dear Friend and Wonderful MIT Colleague," Kresge Auditorium, MIT, 7 December 2003 (Publication No. 2334; Includes DVD of service)
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397. "The Not-So-Dismal Science of Economics: An Attempt to Be Realistic About Present and Future Trends," Phi Beta Kappa Club, Sarasota, Florida, 24 January 2004
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398. "Walt Whitman Rostow 1916-2003," memorial symposium, Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, Austin, Texas, 6 February 2004
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399. Interview on outsourcing/globalization, On Point talk show, WBUR, 27 September 2004 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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400. "A Life in the Cheerful Discipline of Economics," Analysis Group Senior Staff meeting (Martha Samuelson), Cambridge, Mass., 20 October 2004
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401. No copy
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402. "Appreciation of Robert Solow as Creatively Original Scholar," ECAAR dinner at AEA, Philadelphia, Penn., 8 January 2005
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403. No copy
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404. "Tribute to the NYU Experience," NYU Lecture, 8 April 2005
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405. "Learning From Allies and Unadmired Contemporaries: Picking Modigliani's Pros," and "Final Valedictory Words," The New School, New York, 14 April 2005
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406. "Serendipity," 90th Bilthday Party (MIT), Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston, Mass., 15 May 2005
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407. "Modern Finance Theory in One Lifetime: Being 'In on the Creation,'" Boston College, 3 June 2005
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408. Interview for Der Spiegel, 20 July 2005
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409. Interview (in Japanese) in Nikkei/Nihon Keizai Shimbun, 3 August 2005
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410. "Beantown, the Athens of Finance," Boston Security Analysts Society, Boston, Mass., 15 November 2005 (Includes audio cassette tape)
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411. Telephone interview for German (Sunday) newspaper FAS, 6 December 2005
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412. Interview for Der Spiegel, 5 December 2005
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413. Q&A for The People's Daily (China), 14 December 2005
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414. Article on greatest economists of all times (in French) in L'Expansion, pg. 86, December 2005
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415. Comments read at TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award, AEA, Boston, Mass., 6 January 2006
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416. Interview with Robert Merton for the American Finance Association website, Spring 2006 (Includes DVD)
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417. "Great Minds in Economics," interview in Yale Economic Review, Vol. 2, Issue 3, pgs. 39-42, Summer 2006
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418. "Tribute to Zvi Bodie and His New Chair," Boston University, Boston, Mass., 5 June 2006
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419. Tribute to Eytan Sheshinski on his 60th birthday, 6 June 2006
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420. Notes on "Global Competition and Comparative Advantage," conference at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, with Ralph Gomory and Will Baumol, Washington, DC, 13 June 2006
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421. "Key Likely Global Trends: Past and Future," Barcelona Corporate Executives, Harvard Faculty Club, Cambridge, Mass., 8 July 2006
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422. "A Few Academy Memories," American Academy of Arts and Sciences induction ceremony, 7 November 2006
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423. No copy
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424. Interview for "Nobel Thinkers," December 2006 (Includes DVD)
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425. Interview for Bloomberg Radio, 16 January 2007 (Includes CD)
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426. "Surgeon General Warns Financial Engineering May be Dangerous to Society's Health?" Keynote speech, JOIM Conference, Boston, Mass., 23 September 2007
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427. "Economist Dogs That Did Not Bark," MIT panel discussion, MIT, 1 October 2007
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428. "Joseph Keenan: Engineer, Scholar and Neighbor," MIT Symposium on Keenan, Museum of Science, Boston, Mass., 4 October 2007
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429. "E. Cary Brown (1916-2007)," MIT Memorial Service, MIT Chapel, 12 October 2007
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430. "Agnete Kalckar (1913-2007)," Memorial Service, Cambridge, Mass., 20 October 2007
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431. Interview on the economy for Bloomberg (Tom Keene), 15 October 2007 (Includes DVD)
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432. Abridged version of #431, Bloomberg Magazine, Vol. 17, No.1, pg. 154, January 2008
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433. "The Father of Financial Engineering," interview in Bloomberg Markets, pgs. B-F, April 2008
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434. "Tribute to Peter Temin," Retirement Celebration, The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 10 May 2008
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435. Interview (in Japanese) for Nikkei Business Management, April 2008
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436. Interview (in German) in Die Zeit, pg. 29, 10 July 2008
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437. "What Retirement Means To Me," panel discussion with Robert Solow and Robert Merton, Life-Cycle Saving and Investing Conference (Zvi Bodie), Boston University, Boston, 23 October 2008
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438. Interview in Asahi Shimbun, 31 October 2008
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439. Interview (in Japanese) in Yomiuri Shimbun, 13 November 2008
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440. Interview (in German) in Der Spiegel, pg. 69, 10 November 2008
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441. "A Few Quasi-Heresies," Harvard Undergraduate Economic Associate, Cambridge, Mass., 9 December 2008
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442. "Informal Remarks about the 2007-2010+ Global Financial Meltdown," Plymouth Harbor, Sarasota, Florida, 18 December 2008
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443. "Helping the Poor to Become Less Poor," Launch of the MIT Legatum Center, MIT, 7 October 2008
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444. Interview (in Spanish) in La Vanguardia, 18 January 2009
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445. "Don't Expect Recovery Before 2012-with 8 Percent Inflation," interview (on-line), Global Economic Viewpoint, New Perspectives Quarterly, Vol. 26, No.2, Spring 2009
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446. Interview in Roads to Wisdom, Conversations with Ten Nobel Laureates in Economics, Karen Ilse Horn. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pgs. 39-57, 2009
Box 126

Class notes, required reading lists, "Courses by Newspaper" booklets, syllabi, and other materials from courses taught by Samuelson at Harvard, MIT, and other universities.

Courses and teaching materials, 1943-1978 (25 folders)
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Courses and teaching materials, 1952-1974 (29 folders)
Box 128
Courses and teaching materials, 1967-1983 (22 folders)
Box 129
Courses and teaching materials, 1952-1979 (23 folders)
Box 130

Samuelson's unpublished and unfinished writings make up the majority of the series. To allow for better access, these unorganized files were sorted into fifteen topical groups: Economic Policy, Financial Economics, Growth Theory, History of Economic Thought, International Economics, Macroeconomics, Marx, Mathematical Economics, Population and Gender, Public Economics, David Ricardo, Piero Sraffa, Stochastic Theory, Thermodynamics, and Welfare Economics. Finally, there is a remaining group of uncategorized folders of unpublished writings, and then two boxes of notes and fragmentary writings.

Jotted down on notepads and paper sheets and frequently informal in tone, the unpublished writings reflect Samuelson's interest, manifest throughout his career, in multiple areas of scientific and historical thought. The most prolific output relates to mathematics and mathematical economics. The history of economic thought also receives a great deal of attention from Samuelson, with extensive writings on classical and neoclassical economics and separate categories for his many notes and drafts on the economic thought of Karl Marx, David Ricardo, and Piero Sraffa. Samuelson contributed seminal work to the new field of biological economics, helping to shed light on sex ratios and population issues in economics, and this work is present in this series in the form of writings on population and gender and on Volterra and Lotka. The series ends with uncategorized unpublished writings on a variety of issues ranging from capitalism and utility analysis, to comments on published articles by other economists.

The fifteen categories are arranged alphabetically, then alphabetically within by original folder titles.

1988 economic predictions, 1987
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The alleged Americanization of Europe, undated
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Armament expenditure and gross corporate saving, 1940-1942
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Bogeyman for Japan: A Kondratieff downsizing?, 1982
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The case for McGovern, 1972
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Common market, undated
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Disparity in post-war exchange rates, 1940s
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Economic conditions, lecture notes (public speech), 1980s
Box 131
Economic Policy, 1990s
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Economic priorities for the 1970s, 1973
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Fallacies and truths about present world "meltdown," undated
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Notes on current and future monetary policies, undated
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Notes on Larry Summers' comments on pollution, 1992 Feb.
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Notes prepared for McNeil-Lehrer interview (cancelled), 1989 Jan.
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On social security, 1976
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Policy agenda for late 1980s, 1986
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Avoiding bias in judging commodity funds, 1987
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The backward art of investing money, 2004
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A case study of arbitrage and risk, undated
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Current state of the theory of interest rates, with special reference to mortgage rates, undated
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Derby (horse racing and betting), undated
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Economic portfolio theorem, 1982
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Enjoying gambling as such, 1995
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Equilibrium structure of security yields under uncertainty, 1960s
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Friedman-Savage geometry and revealed preferences, 1991
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A fundamental advantage of debtors, 1971
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A Fundamental theorem that ideal speculative price is unbiased, undated
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The gains from trade one more time, 1978 Aug.
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Gambler's ruin and sequential analysis: I. Fair games, undated
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General equilibrium model for parimutuel racetrack odds, 1990
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How now Dow and the economy?, 1987
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Keynes on risk, 1976
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Mathematical notes on stocks and investments: I. Formula Plans, 1976
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A more general theory of arbitrage suggested by a second experiment, 1950s
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Nonlinear productivity through the spectrum is white, 1980
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Notes on the distribution of income resulting from differential attitudes of rich and poor toward profitable risks, 1964
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Opiates and mantras of the left and right, 1988 Aug.
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Optimal forward hedging, 1970 (?)
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A paradox of risk, 1960s
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Proof that high tax rates warrant a relatively high price-earnings ratio, 1974
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Return needed to justify investing in futures, 1987
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Theoretical analysis of equity prices, 1979
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A theory of arbitrage and risk, undated
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Two reflections on the Random-Walk Model of price changes, 1968
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Wicksellian interest scenarios with or without "Missing Equation(s)," 2001
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The autonomous second-order system, 1976
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The canonical model of capital, undated
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Chapter 59: The Era of Accelerated Growth, 1957-1973, 1976
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The classical canonical growth model in modern garb: comparative statics and dynamics, 1991
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Comments on a multi-sector plowed-back savings model, 1969
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Distinctness of the Hicks and Harrod definitions of neutral technology change, circa 1965
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Economic development looked at from the standpoint of a theorist, 1978
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Efficient paths of dynamic capital development, undated
(2 folders)
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Evaluation of "Social Income": Capital formation and wealth, 1960
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Evaluation of social income: II. Capital formation and uncertainty, undated
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Foreword on The Theory of Capital and Growth, undated
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The fundamental identity between the minimum-factor-price and per-capital-consumption frontier: The Neoclassical Case, 1969
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Kaldor's alternative distribution models, 1987
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Kaldor's alternative distribution models, 1988
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Kondratieff waves as science fiction, 1983
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Luigi Pasinetti Paradox, 1985
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Moynihan and Modigliani, undated
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Reflections on the political economy of development, 1971
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Adam Smith, 1990s
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Advance of total factor productivity from entrepreneurial innovations, 2006
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Böhm-Bawerk: Continuous input-point output, undated
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The Bortkiewcz Solution, undated
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Classical economics, 1990s
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Classical economics (Smith to Ricardo) centered around the concept of surplus product, undated
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The classical universal tradeoff between wage rate and profit rates is false, 1994
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Comments on Lekachman biography of John Maynard Keynes, undated
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Contrafactual economic history based on variations of 1799 Malthus and 1912 Schumpeter, 2006
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Creativity in science, 1960s
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Deeper versions of Thünen's magisterial 1850 "Neoclassical" marginal productivity of distribution, 2005
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Economic history and mainstream economics analysis, 2001
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Economists in two wars (Schumpeter), undated
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First draft of pamphlet on 1918-1920 period, 1943
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First-order homogeneity of the production function, undated
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The jewel hidden in the classical system: augmented (dated) land contents provide "natural" price constants, 1996
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The Labor-and-Energy Theory of Price, 1975
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The labor theory of value, undated
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The life of John Maynard Keynes, undated
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Marginal costs to the rescue of the labor theory of value, 1984
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A model of classical monetary theory, undated
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A modern history of history of economics, 1990 July
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Money at the University of Chicago, undated
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Neoclassical economics, 1985
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Neoclassical Thünen, 2006
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Notes on Irving Fisher, 1990s
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Notes on Schumpeter, 2004
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Politics, ethics, and economics, 1951
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Probability and cardinal utility: a digression, undated
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Refutation of logically-necessary Paretian income inequality, 1975
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Remembering Schumpeter, 1992
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The revealed preference approach: a digression,
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Rules of the game, 1975
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The Schumpeter I Knew, undated
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Schumpeter as a teacher and economic theorist, undated
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Stolper on Schumpeter, at last, 1995
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Thünen: an economist ahead of his time, 2008
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Thünen's magnificent neoclassical distributive theory ahead of its time, 2005
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Thünen's rings of specialization by factor-price equalization process, 1974
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Thünen's space model deduced by general equilibrium analysis, 1974
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Transforming from Labour-Theory-of-Value to socially efficient pricings, 1986
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Untitled (classical and neo-classical economists), undated
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Variations on a theme by Hicks and Ricardo, 1971
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War and the pound, undated
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America's interest in international trade, 1979
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Analyzing Warren Buffett's scheme that enforce equality of U.S. imports and exports, 2008
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Arthur F. Burns on the efficiency of comparative advantage, 1987
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Autopsy of enforcing zero trade balance, undated
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The effect of a unilateral payment upon the terms of international trade, 1937
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The effects of a tariff upon a commodity's price, undated
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Equilibrium in international trade in terms of the Keynesian theory of income determination, 1960s
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Erik Lundberg (1907-1987): an international appreciation, 1989
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Exchange equilibrium and parity, 1947
Box 134
Factor proportions and international trade theory, undated
Box 134
Foreign trade multipliers with several countries, undated
Box 134
The gains from trade one more time, 1978 Aug.
Box 134
Homeostasis of factor prices under free trade: analogies and typographies, 1981
Box 134
How to see that trade reversals are actually Pareto Efficient, 1979
Box 134
How transport costs teleologically make geographical production and trade patterns determinate, 1982
Box 134
International corporations and the future of foreign trade, 1973
Box 134
New order coming, 1977
Box 134
Notes on development of Factor-Price Equalization doctrines, 1980
Box 135
On international trade theory (Bhagwati), undated
Box 135
A one-treadable-good model to dramatize equilibrium capital movements that are not zero, 1995-2004
Box 135
Problems in the definition of equilibrium exchange rates, undated
Box 135
The relationship between changes in exchange rates and general prices, 1934
Box 135
Revisiting the Ohlin-Keynes debate on burdens from reparation or other unilateral payments, 2005
Box 135
Summing up on factor price equilibrium in models with capital goods and time phasing, 1982
Box 135
A synthesis for "monetary" and other approaches to international economics, 1980
Box 135
U.S. versus Europe production patterns, undated
Box 135
When the good fairy will want to prescribe a balance of payments deficit for the American people, 1994
Box 135
Alvin Hansen and the interactions between the Multiplier analysis and the principle of acceleration, 1959
Box 135
Chicago macro-bits in the amber of memory, 1999
Box 135
Commodity-plus-quantity theories of money, undated
Box 135
Commodity theory of money, undated
Box 135
Cycles: In what degree myth?, 1980
Box 135
Differentiating two macro-theories of distribution, undated
Box 135
Exposition of Keynes's General Theory, undated
Box 135
Getting to an economy of post-war full employment, 1940s
Box 135
The God that failed? Macroeconomic distribution models, 1976
Box 135
The god that failed: macroeconomic theories of income distribution, undated
Box 135
Inflationary gap, undated
Box 135
Instability of the lagged inventory model, 1959
Box 135
An integrated macro-micro model, 1963
Box 135
Macroeconomic theories of income distribution, undated
Box 135
Modern theory of income, 1942
Box 135
Nature of business cycles, 1982
Box 135
Non-existent macro production functions when reality is far from ultra-surrogate paradigms, 1986
Box 135
Notes on national income, 1950
Box 135
Price and quality index, 1960s
Box 135
Prices of factors and goods in general equilibrium, undated
Box 135
A program for post-war full employment, 1944-1945
Box 135
Re Pigou's 1941 review of Keynes's General Theory, 1942-1943
Box 135
Research in macroeconomics, 1968
Box 135
Roemer's critique, 1986
Box 136
A tendency to over borrow, 1970
Box 136
A thank you note (re: GNP), 1971
Box 136
A unique business cycle of determinate amplitude and period: the 1940 Kaldor Limit Cycle generalized to possess trend, 1985
Box 136
Analytical Marxism: the Morishima version, 1970s
Box 136
Challenge problem concerning non-existence of a consistent tableau of reproduction à la 1876 Marx, 1986
Box 136
A concise history of the Transformation Problem, 1989 Feb.
Box 136
Foreword to a biography of Karl Marx, 1992
Box 136
Logic of the historical Transformation Problem: Exchange ratios under single commodity production, 1982
Box 136
Karl Marx, 1990s
Box 136
Marx, undated
Box 136
Marx, 1982
Box 136
Marx and competitive price, 1981
Box 136
Marx on Smith, 1982
Box 136
The Marxian Transformation Problem, with joint products, variable techniques, and altering demand, 1975
Box 136
Marxian Transformation Problem, 1985
Box 136
Mill and Marx variants of the canonical classical model, 1982
Box 136
On Marx, undated
Box 136
Optimality for rational planning of non-Marxian prices that include profit, 1972
Box 136
The Transformation Problem for rates of return, 1978
Box 136
Upshot of Marx's Transformation Problem: A candid self-dialogue, 1981 (1 of 2)
Box 136
Upshot of Marx's Transformation Problem: A candid self-dialogue, 1981 (2 of 2)
Box 136
Value, Price, and Profit after a hundred years (on Marx), 1965
Box 136
Abstract for Mathematics of Speculative Price, undated
Box 137
The algebra of matrices (appendix), undated
Box 137
Applied mathematics, 1983
Box 137
Approximations to roots of matrix and vectors, undated
Box 137
Aspects of complementarity, undated
Box 137
The basic functional identity for an additive metric (associative mean/energy/function/expected utility), 1981
Box 137
Boulder Dam paradox, undated
Box 137
The calculus of approximate maximization, 1972
Box 137
Case of independent utilities and partial differential equations, undated
Box 137
Characterization of a general class of means, 1952
Box 137
Comments on A. Smithies' paper, The Stability of Competitive Equilibrium, 1942-1943
Box 137
Comments on How deviant can you be?, undated
Box 137
Condensed geometric proof that capital reversal possesses integrated Pareto optimality whenever smooth Clark-Solow technologies sustain non-monopolistic competition, undated
Box 137
Conjugate points in economics, undated
Box 137
Conjugate points in economics, undated
Box 137
Convergence of generalized Newton iterations, undated
Box 137
Converting a many-variation iteration into a powerfully-converging iteration, 1950
Box 137
Converting a many-variable iteration into a powerfully-converging iteration, undated
Box 137
Cooperation and rivalry between and among classes, undated
Box 137
A crucial third-order partial differential equation for the Expected Utility dogma, 2001
Box 137
Differential corrections in anti-aircraft trajectories, 1940s
Box 137
Dualisms in economics and in linear programming, 1950
Box 137
Dynamic programming and functional equations in variational problems, 1953
Box 137
The equivalence of Newton and Newmann: Iterations in solving matrix and integral equations, 1956
Box 137
An exact model of betting equilibrium, 1986
Box 137
The exact order of convergence of an accelerated iteration, 1952
Box 137
Explanation as strategic description: I. Galileo's free fall without Newton's calculus, undated
Box 137
Form of solutions, undated
Box 137
The Fundamental relation between digital and ordinary linear programming, 1962
Box 137
A Generalized Laplacian transform for difference equations, undated
Box 137
Global quasi-concavity of indifference contours when 1 good globally violates diminishing marginal utility that is independent, 1975
Box 137
Hamilton's canonical equations for discrete-time variational systems, 1970s
Box 137
Hamiltonian-Jacobian partial differential equations, undated
Box 137
Harmoniously reconciling post-1890 neo-classical differentiable-continuum mathematical economics with finite discrete mathematics..., undated
Box 137
Hawkins-Simon requirement that what a good requires of itself, directly and indirectly, be less than unity, 1983
Box 137
Heuristics, undated
Box 137
Interpolation, undated
Box 137
Interrelations between linear programming and game theory, 1951
Box 137
The law of conservation of energy in classical mechanics, undated
Box 137
The law of conservation of the capital-output ratio, undated
Box 137
The Le Chatelier Principle in linear programming, 1949
Box 137
Leontief, Hicks, and Keynesian matrices, 1949
Box 137
Linear programming problem in the calculus of variations, undated
Box 137
Linear programming and economic theory, undated
Box 138
Mathematics of Adam Smith's economy, 1976
Box 138
Maximum likelihood model, undated
Box 138
Method of continuous substitution, undated
Box 138
Minimization, teleology, and causality in the calculus of variations and in mechanics, undated
Box 138
Minimum laws without teleology in causal dynamic systems, 1963
Box 138
New measure of complimentary based on inverse demand function and independent of numeric choice, 1982
Box 138
Notes connected with log normality, 1974
Box 138
Notes on linear dynamical systems, undated
Box 138
Notes on the dynamic approach to saddlepoints and extremum points, undated
Box 138
Numerical solution of linear equations, undated
Box 138
On almost homogeneous functions, 1959
Box 138
On an attempted disproof of the "Turnpike Theorem," re: J.R. Hicks, 1960
Box 138
On the Brownian motion, undated
Box 138
On the correspondence principle, undated
Box 138
On Von Neumann, 1986
Box 138
One way to construct an "exact index number" for a given homothetic preference field, 1979
Box 138
Optimal computation of constants in linear differential equations by classical methods, undated
Box 138
Optimality of profit-including prices under ideal planning, undated
Box 138
Part II. Efficiency in continuous flow models, undated
Box 138
Problems in defining universal formulas, 1986
Box 138
Proof of local dynamic stability in a multiclass growth model (with H. Nagatani), 1976
Box 138
A proof of the convergence of the method of successive approximation in the solution of normal equations, 1940s
Box 138
Properties of regular means and of Bernoulli means, 1952
Box 138
Pseudo-maximization and cross elasticities related dualities and elasticities of substitution, undated
Box 138
Reducing a linear programming problem to a non-symmetric game, 1952-1953
Box 138
The Remarkable Non-Substitution Theorem for systems without primary factors, 1987
Box 138
Some functional equations arising in economics, 1972
Box 139
Some fundamental theorems in sequential analysis, undated
Box 139
Some questions about inverse aggregation in Leontief systems, 1959
Box 139
Sraffa-Leontief profit rate as a vectoral marginal productivity, undated
Box 139
Stochastic asymptotically-homogeneous function with maximum large-scale efficiency, undated
Box 139
Structure of a minimum equilibrium system, 1952
Box 139
A suggestion for a generalized correlation coefficient, undated
Box 139
A theorem about 2-sided means, 1965
Box 139
Two conservation laws in theoretical economics, 1970
Box 139
An unsymmetric way to solve a game or a linear programming problem, undated
Box 139
Variations on capital/output conservation laws, 1982
Box 139
Weitzman's example of conservative oscillation along an infinite time optimal program pollution, undated
Box 139
Analysis of non-linear demographic models, 1970s
Box 140
Biological fitness and the sex ratio, 1977
Box 140
A case where natural selection works toward unfitness, intransitivity, and an unbalanced sex ratio, 1977
Box 140
Classical ecology, 1976
Box 140
Defining canonical or homogeneous-demis mating processes, undated
Box 140
Discrete-time selection models for sex ratios, 1977
Box 140
Does female mortality compensate for excess male birth?, 1975
Box 140
Dogma of equal sex ratios as biologically fit, undated
Box 140
An economic model of evolution, 1971
Box 140
An economist's non-linear model of self-generated fertility waves, 1975
Box 140
Equilibrium sex ratio as a maximizing solution, 1980s
Box 140
Ergodic probability distributions in stochastic demographic models, 1980
Box 140
Exorcising, 1991
Box 140
The First Complete Economic Model: Variations on Ricardian themes and historical appendix, 1973-1975
Box 140
Fisher-type selection sans paradox, ambiguity, or hyperbole, 1992
Box 140
Fisher's Fundamental Theorem on Natural Selection assayed, 1979
Box 140
Fitness of balanced and unbalanced sex ratios: exact analysis of selection in some nonlinear models, 1977
Box 140
A fundamental function in population analysis, circa 1938
Box 140
Gender balance of births in 3-sex models, 1986
Box 140
General K-allele diploid model I, 1978
Box 140
General variational theory of Volterra equations occurring in biology and economics, undated
Box 140
Genetic fitness and the sex ratio: natural selection in nonlinear models of population research, 1977
Box 140
The Hardy-Who Law of Genetics?, 1971
Box 140
How to produce a multiple root of the Lotka Population Equation, 1975
Box 141
Intrinsic growth rate and ergodic state for stochastic population systems (Lotka), 1973
Box 141
Lotka and the Theory of Population Growth, 1942-1943
Box 141
Lotka model, undated
Box 141
A minimal model of exponential natural increase with non-linear marriage functions, undated
Box 141
Natural selection, 1990s
Box 141
The neutral stability of Mendelian genetics, undated
Box 141
Notes on stability analysis, 1978
Box 141
On fitness and sex ratios, 1979
Box 141
On population, 1977
Box 141
On natural selection, 1983
Box 141
Paradox of possible permanent hysteresis for age distribution in nonlinear demographic systems, 1978
Box 141
Personal notes on "Analysis...Population," undated
Box 141
Populations, 1985
Box 141
Population analysis: individuals rather than genes as players in the struggle for existence: survival value of altruism toward like-gene persons, 1983
Box 141
Population and economics, 1993
Box 141
Population theory, 1981
Box 141
Quasi-limit cycles in age-phased predator-prey population systems, 1976
Box 141
R Selection and K selection: steady environments, 1982
Box 141
Revolution in population outlook, undated
Box 141
Second Volterra Paper: The economics of ecology: conservative versus damped biological systems, 1962
Box 142
Selection for sex balance by biological weight not numbers, 1985
Box 142
The Serendipity Theorem for optimum population growth in a general lifecycle model, 1974
Box 142
Singularity conditions for a dynamic system to admit of a surrogate system with fewer degrees of freedom--selfish individuals or selfish genes?, 1983
Box 142
Some economic biology, 1977
Box 142
Stabilities of the sex ratio, undated
Box 142
Symmetry deduction of balanced sex ratio of births, 1985
Box 142
Urn models for random mating, etc., 1977
Box 142
Uses and ambiguities of fitnesses, 1977
Box 142
A benefit tax model, 1959
Box 142
A chapter in the history of optimal-feasible taxation on goods and services of Ramsey type, 1971
Box 142
Consumption tax or income tax in overlapping generations models, 1983
Box 142
A contribution to the Pure Theory of Public Finance: Lump-sum, consumption, income, and wealth taxation; Loan finance and war, undated
Box 142
Discrete-variable integrability and reciprocity conditions for path-independent line sums: the earned-income tax caper, 1981
Box 142
The expansionary effects of a balanced budget--notes on the genesis of the theorem, 1940s
Box 142
Government expenditures and the deficit, 1940s
Box 142
Group preference and ideal transfer taxation, undated
Box 142
Income distribution as a public good: a general formulation, 1973
Box 142
In half loaf: deadweight social loss from incomplete enclosure of common land, 1982
Box 142
More on public goods and bads: a Road Case, 1959
Box 142
Notes on deadweight loss due to taxation, undated
Box 142
Notes on the theory of excise taxation, undated
Box 143
Optimal income-tax progression with appropriate deadweight loss, 1976
Box 143
Public good theory, undated
Box 143
Public good theory: Optimal, feasible pricing of rail, bridge, and road, 1964
Box 143
Public goods 20 years later, 1974
Box 143
The Pure theory of public expenditure, undated
Box 143
Pure theory of public finance: A summary, 1972 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 143
Ramsey and the theory of optimal taxation, 1960s
Box 143
Response to critiques of his 1954-1955 papers on "The Pure Theory of Public Expenditure," undated
Box 143
Some difficult problems in defining public goods, undated
Box 143
The State as our intergenerational trustee: a case against actuarially-funded pensions, 1988
Box 143
Survey of fiscal policy, undated
Box 143
Theory of optimal taxation, undated
Box 143
The Theory of taxation, 1968
Box 143
The First Complete Economic Model: Variations on Ricardian themes and historical appendix, 1973-1975
(2-3 of 3 folders)
Box 143
How a bounty on corn affects the Smith-Ricardo (Subsistence-Wage) Model, 1983 Aug
Box 143
Legends: Wellington and Napoleon at Waterloo; Speculators Ricardo, Malthus, and Rothschild ex ante and ex post
Box 143
A master function formulation of canonical Ricardo-Mill comparative advantage, undated
Box 143
A modern treatment of the Ricardian Economy: III. How fixed capital fit into correct and complete competitive theories of distributive shares of wages, profits, and land rents, 2005
Box 143
Ricardian excesses, then and now, 1986 Jan.
Box 143
David Ricardo, undated
Box 143
David Ricardo, 1990s
Box 143
Ricardo math, 1987
Box 143
Ricardo on inventions, 1976
Box 143
Ricardo's endgame, 1995
Box 143
Ricardo's lost model, 1983
Box 144
Ricardo's missing 1815 simplest model of distribution: a further critique of Sraffa's uncompleted critique of modern theory, undated
Box 144
Ricardo's missing 1815 simplest model of distribution: a further critique of Sraffa's uncompleted critique of modern theory, 2002
Box 144
Ricardo's Paradigm on Wage-Reducing Machinery as a Rorschak Ink Blot, 1980
Box 144
Two-country Ricardian analysis for discrete goos and for a continuum of goods, 1976-1977
Box 144
Two more Ricardian boners, 1986 Jan.
Box 144
Why Torrens-Ricardo best names comparative advantage, undated
Box 144
Bits and pieces on Sraffa, 2005-2006
Box 144
Concluding the Sraffian system, 2005
Box 144
Explicating two possible misconceptions relevant to Sraffa's intended critique of marginalism, undated
Box 144
How discrete Sraffa-Samuelson marginalism can closely clone Cobb-Douglas, undated
Box 144
Leontief-Sraffa system, undated
Box 144
Mathematics of Sraffa's joint production, 1984
Box 144
Notebooks: Sraffa, 3-sex genetics, 1986
Box 144
An offering for Piero Sraffa, 1898-1983, 1984
Box 144
On Sraffian values, 1985
Box 144
Optimality of equal-profit-rate pricing (Sraffa), undated
Box 144
Post-Sraffa non-spurious marginalisms that ape qualitatively J.B. Clark marginal productivities, 2006
Box 144
Proof that without constant returns to scale Sraffian matrices lose economic relevance, 2004
Box 144
Six tests (Sraffian), 2005
Box 144
Piero Sraffa, 1990s
Box 144
Sraffa, undated
Box 144
Piero Sraffa, undated
Box 144
Sraffa economics, 1985
Box 144
Sraffa's returns and post-Ricardian analysis, 1971
Box 145
Sraffa-Samuelson marginalism in the multi-primary-factor case: a fourth exploration, undated
Box 145
A strange case of Piero Von Crusoe, 2007
Box 145
Antecedents of Gaussian distribution, 1970s
Box 145
Balanced stochastic growth: Brownian jitter as the natural generalization of deterministic equilibrium, 1980
Box 145
A basic partial differential equation to test non-introspectively the Expected (Utility) hypothesis, 2001
Box 145
Black magic: Alchemy of stochastic quality into deterministic quantity, 1980
Box 145
Brief history of statistics and probability, 1960s
Box 145
Calculating any-odds certainty equivalents in terms of chaos dynamics of even-odds equivalents, 1983
Box 145
A crucial third-order partial differential equation for the Expected (Utility) dogma, 2001
Box 145
A flaw in mean-variance methodology, undated
Box 145
Fundamental possibility and impossibility theorems in index number theory, undated
Box 145
How Gauss got too much credit for the normal probability distribution, 1984
Box 145
How Laws of Large Numbers do reduce risk for diversification within a time period, undated
Box 145
Interdependent stochastic behavior of spot prices, undated
Box 145
Long-run risk tolerance in a fundamentalist model of equities, 1988
Box 145
No stochastic bricks from non-stochastic straw, 1986
Box 145
Papers on stochastics, 1996
Box 145
A rational case at last for more risk tolerance at longer investment horizons?, 1994-1995
Box 146
Refutations of a long-run stochastic dominance property for Maximizing Expected Utility, 2001
Box 146
Stochastic comparative statics, 1985
Box 146
Stochastic Laplacian choice sans cardinal utility and calculus: Associative Means: in Micro and Thermo, 2008
Box 146
Stochastic pattern of ideal speculative price taking account of storage
Box 146
Stochastic theory, 1990s
Box 146
Stochastic theory, 1981
Box 146
The surrogate probability function: A possible defense, and extension, for mean-variance approximations, undated
Box 146
Time diversification is costly: A reaffirmation, 1990
Box 146
Time symmetry and asymmetry in population and general dynamic systems: II. Stochastic, probabilistic models, 1982
Box 146
Time symmetry and irreversibility: The stochastic case, 1982
Box 146
Untitled (mean-variance methods), 1997
Box 146
Untitled (stochastic essay), undated
Box 146
When volatility becomes benign, 2000
Box 146
When volatility can be benign: measuring by how much and for whom most benign, 1998
Box 146
Why departing from Expected Utility dogma doesn't leave you open to being made book against, 1988
Box 146
Absolute temperature differences and conserved-energy simply defined, undated
Box 146
Axioms for thermodynamic equilibrium in terms of observable isotherms and adiabatics
Box 146
Classical thermodynamical equilibrium system, undated
Box 146
A conservable empirical temperature: The part of thermodynamics that can ignore entropy, 1997
Box 146
Conserved energy from one testable axiom, 1990
Box 146
Foundations of thermodynamics, undated
Box 146
How isotherms and adiabats must relate thermodynamically, 1994
Box 146
The Le Chatelier Principle of Displaced Equilibrium, undated
Box 147
More noise than signal?, ca. 1995
Box 147
A new form for the solution of simultaneous equations, undated
Box 147
Notes on thermodynamics, 1990s
Box 147
Papers of thermodynamics, 1996
Box 147
Properties of regular means and of Bernoulli means, 1952
Box 147
The Second Law of Thermodynamics as merely regression toward the mean: time symmetry vindicated, 1985
Box 147
Some errors and their corrections (thermodynamics), undated
Box 147
Some needed formal proofs (thermodynamics), undated
Box 147
Structure of a minimum system, undated
Box 147
Thermodynamics, 1980s
Box 147
Thermodynamics on one axiom (2 folders)
Box 147
Thermodynamics without work or heat, 1981
Box 147
1. Identifying surrogate energy functions, 1983
Box 148
2. Defining a bi-surrogate energy function from spontaneous passive experiments, 1983
Box 148
3. Identifying virtual energy functions, 1983
Box 148
4. Canonical entropy, temperature, and energy, 1985
Box 148
5. Identifying canonical and conceptional energy functions, 1983
Box 148
A Verhulst-Gauss Model..., 1992
Box 148
Von Neumann's problematic conjecture about thermodynamics and economics, 1990
Box 148
A way to exposit thermodynamics, undated
Box 148
Affirming the existence of a social welfare function, 1975
Box 148
All macroeconomic theories of distribution are not equal (Siro Lombardini), 1993
Box 148
Inconsistent and incomplete theories of distribution, 1963, 1975
Box 148
Lerner-Friedman-Sen egalitarianism reformulated, 1986
Box 148
Not "To be or not to be?," but "To be son, or father?," 1988
Box 148
Notes on Turgot, 1977
Box 148
Pareto's passes at interpersonal welfare functions, 1982
Box 148
Right and wrong criticisms of mean-variance analysis, 1981
Box 149
A theory of income distribution, 1968
Box 149
When and why mean-variance analysis generically fails, 2000
Box 149

Folders contain writings whose topics do not fall within the subgroups listed above, although there may be some overlap on broader levels. Arranged in alphabetical order by title.

Aberrations of mean-variance analysis: untrue logical bias against long shots, 1986
Box 149
Abstract: The "Saddlepoint Property" and the structure of dynamic heterogeneous capital-good models, 1971
Box 149
Achieving competitive determinacy by conversion of a Consuming Economy into an equivalent von Neumann Economy, 1970
Box 149
Addenda on compact probabilities: Gaussian surrogates in the capital asset pricing model and convergence pathologies, 1975
Box 149
Answers to written questions, 2005
Box 149
Anti-Pasinetti Equilibrium in discrete-time Sraffian technologies that is generic and Post-Keynesian, 1988
Box 149
Appendix II (paper unknown), undated
Box 149
Appendix to capital efficiency problem in continuous case, undated
Box 149
Appendix: axiomatic basis for equilibrium relations in classical thermodynamics, undated
Box 149
Autobiographical pieces, 1993 and undated (also includes typescript of 1933 diary)
Box 149
Biographical pieces, 1965-2005
Box 149
Brief summary of compensation analysis in ordinary demand, undated
Box 149
Brief summary of the Leontief Input-Output system, 1952 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 150
Capital theory, 1990s and undated
(5 folders)
Box 150
Causal notions in science generally and in economics, undated
Box 150
Comparative statics and duality for the regulated firm, 1976
Box 150
A complete capital model involving heterogeneous capital goods, 1956
Box 150
Constancy of velocity when money earns interest, 1980
Box 150
Contrasting 1955 Kaldor saving with 1962 Pasinetti saving, undated
Box 150
Demand and supply oligopoly, undated
Box 150
Demand for commodities, not demand for labour?, 1977
Box 150
The demand for partial information, 1985
Box 150
Democracy and Mixed Capitalism (probably published), 1980
Box 150
Determinateness of economic equilibrium (inequalities and equalities, fixed-point theorems, extrema, independent conditions, and unknowns), 1982
Box 150
Do you have talent for economic theory?, undated
Box 150
Does Expected Utility maximizing have survival value?, 1986
Box 150
Does history differ from permanent hysteresis?, 1971
Box 150
Double-switching, after all, is "Intertemporally Pareto-Optimal," undated
Box 151
Duopoly and the theory of games, undated
Box 151
Dynamic aspects of linear models of production: generalize Leontief systems, undated
Box 151
Economic forecasting and national policy, 1956
Box 151
Economics as a Career, Moving Up, 1988
Box 151
Economics of joint cost, undated
Box 151
Entropy rise as merely regression toward the mean, 1982
Box 151
An essay on money and debt, undated
Box 151
Exact time reversibility despite Galtonian regression toward the mean, 1990
Box 151
Excursus on utility and probability, undated
Box 151
The fable of the 4 braintrusters and the determinateness of duopoly, undated
Box 151
Factor and commodity prices in general equilibrium, 1950, 1953
Box 151
A fragmentary note on the equilibrium of the firm, 1935-1936
Box 151
General joint production, 1984
Box 151
General point-rationing analysis under standard demand conditions, 1985
Box 151
Gold again, 1980s
Box 151
The half loaf worse than non: case study of partial reform's inefficiency, 1982
Box 151
Horn of Plenty (story), 1930s
Box 151
Impressionistic history of the U.S. rate of return on capital, 1983
Box 151
Infinity, unanimity, and singularity: A rejoinder (probably published), 1959
Box 151
Interest rate equilization, 1976
Box 151
Kernel of the convolution type (Volterra), undated
Box 152
The limitations of collective bargaining, 1933-1934
Box 152
Linearity of Engel's curves and gambler's indifference, undated
Box 152
Literary, mathematical, graphical criteria for complementarity, undated
Box 152
Many-variable factor-price frontiers, with or without the profit rate, 1973
Box 152
Microscopic time asymmetry of Maxwell's Demon, 1985
Box 152
Minimalist translations of Schumpeter's analyses: any dark sides to "creative capitalist destruction"?, 2007
Box 152
The More General Substitution Theorem, 1975
Box 152
The new economics, 1969
Box 152
New foundations for the pure theory of consumer's behavior, 1930s
Box 152
A note on price determination by a discrimination monopolist subject to differential costs in different markets, 1935
Box 152
Note on similarity between duopoly and bilateral monopoly, undated
Box 152
Notes on foreign press article, 1984
Box 152
Notes on Keynes's probability, 1975
Box 152
On a problem of Weiszacker
Box 152
On cardinal measurability of temperature, undated
Box 152
On , 1964
Box 152
On Norbert Wiener, 1964
Box 152
Notes on the monetary measures and objectives, 1939
Box 152
The Optimality property of the biological rate of interest, 1959
Box 152
Pareto-Chipman Theorem, 1996
Box 152
The period of production in intertemporal production processes, 1980
Box 152
Personal file, 1937-1995
Box 152
Post-war planning as seen by a retired post-war planner, 1940s
Box 152
Probability in conservative and damped ecological fluctuations, 1974
Box 152
The Production function and the Laws of Returns, 1930s
Box 152
Profit through exchange, undated
Box 152
The Quarterly Journal of Economics at 100, 1986
Box 152
Rationality of the Corn-Hog Cycle, 1975
Box 152
Reswitching in a one-department model, 1981
Box 152
The scientists take over, undated
Box 152
The selfish economy, 1997
Box 152
Signs of Spring, 1978
Box 152
Simple intuitive proofs of neoclassical functions admitting of capital aggregation, 1965
Box 152
Some aspects of the origins and evolutions of his economic ideas, by P.A.S. in response to Donald A. Walker, 1992-1995
Box 152
Sketch of an exact model of money, 1972
Box 153
Some deducible parallels between continuum marginal productivity technologies and limited sustainability technologies, 2005
Box 153
Some influences of Vito Volterra (1860-1940), 1984
Box 153
Speculations on altruism as a factor in economic life, 1972
Box 153
Summary of general equilibrium with variable production, undated
Box 153
The theory of demand under rationing of goods, undated
(3 folders)
Box 153
Time reversibility of one-dimensional hard balls, 1968
Box 153
Transformation problem with joint products, undated
Box 153
24 causes of human misjudgment, undated
Box 153
Two Kaldorian tours de force, 1987
Box 153
Two theorems on non-substitution and substitution and related dialogues, 1979
Box 153
Ultimate Non-Substitution Theorem and Factor Price Equalisation Theorem are one, 1989 Aug.
Box 153
The unavoidable inefficiency of partial deregulation and partial land reforms, 1979
Box 153
Uniqueness of permanent economic equilibrium for high-saving systems, 1970
Box 153
Untitled (risk and double switching), undated
Box 153
Valuation of factors of production, 1951
Box 153
Victory of the mixed economy, 1989
Box 153
Weighting in the compounding of probabilities, 1944
Box 153
When standard commodities do and don't exist, 1983
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Why economists disagree, undated
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Worker capitalism Scandinavian style, 1982
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World War first in a century, undated
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Fragmentary notes and drafts written by Samuelson throughout his career. Some folders contain handwritten notebook pages or notebooks on a specific topic. Alphabetically arranged by original title or topic.

Aggregation degeneracy (Pasinetti), undated
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Alleged advantages of operational methods, undated
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Aspects of the 1941 Stolper-Samuelson collaboration, 2002
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Assertion and fallacy in demand analysis, 1945
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Calculus of diversity, 1991
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A cold comfort theorem (on automation), undated
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Commenter's code of duty, undated
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Comparative advantage, 2006(Fortune Magazine)
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Competitive wage/profit sharing in jigsaw double helix technologies, 2005
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Consumer surplus, undated
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Constructive generalization of Hawkins-Simon tests for a joint-product system to be productive, 1984
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Correcting misunderstanding of Laurent's valid query, undated
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A critique of Canning's proposed method, undated
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Defanging double reswitching and understanding its temporal-Pareto optimality, 1990s
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Diagnosing and correcting a subset of fundamental errors in more heat than light, undated
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Digital demand, 1963
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A digression on minimizing regret, undated
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Does Laissez-Faire maximize the well-being of the "random" individual?, undated
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Double-switching, after all, is intertemporally Pareto-optimal, 2004
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Economic post mortem, 1970s
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Efficiency economics, undated
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The essentiality of uniform profit rates, 1988 Aug
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Evsey D. Domar (1914-1997), 1998
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Extending non-substitution theorem to certain durable-capital models, undated
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Foreword to Chinese translation of Foundations (published), 1988
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Foreword to Japanese Vol. 7 (Keiso volume), translated into Japanese (probably published), 1991
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Further considerations of the transfer problem, undated
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A girl called Alma (Harvard), undated
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A golden rule of pricing, 1964
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Hawkins-Simon and all that, undated
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Heuristics on the essentiality of uniform profit rate for intertemporal efficiency, undated
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Hollander, 1992
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Homage to Samuel Hollander: petite numerical bonbons in the Malthus saga, 2006
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How an ethical monotonicity axiom discredits itself, 1988
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How the commodity of money needed to go, 1994
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Is the Krugman Heresy heresy? How third world productivity advance will presumably affect first world affluence, undated
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Kaldor's machines-slaves-bread model, undated
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The Knight-Kaldor-Von Neumann imbroglio resolved by the Leontief two-period capital model, undated
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Laplacian, 2005
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Laws I and II: Bottom of the bottom line, undated
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Law of diminishing returns, undated
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Law of falling rate of profit and rising real wage, undated
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A life on the frontier of the new non-dismal economics, undated
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List of worries (U.S. economic situation), undated
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Magic Mountain (or Los Alamos), 2007
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Marshall's Achilles heel, 1989 June
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Mathematic derivations, undated
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Maximal individual fitness and maximal group fitness in a Nash equilibrium that maximizes nothing, undated
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Memorandum on investment (to Seymour Harris), 1964
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Method of continuous substitution, undated
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Microscopic time-irreversibility and macroscopic time reversibility, undated
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Minimalist translations of Schumpeter's Analyses: Any dark sides to creative capitalist destruction?
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Miscellaneous notes on economic policy, undated
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Nassau Senior was not dead wrong after all!, 1997
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National income accounting when labor skills are produced inputs, undated
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A needed proof of a plausible basic conjecture, 1996
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Nicholas Kaldor, 1988
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Notes on the theory of expectations, undated
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No, the economy is not benefited by price instability, undated
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The non-measurability of utility, undated
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A non-substitution theorem for systems without primary factors, 1987
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Notebook, Kaldor (Post-Keynesian), undated
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Arc elasticity of demand, 1930s
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Notes on G.W. Mackey, Unitary Group Representations in Physics, Probability, and Number Theory, undated
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Notes on Hotelling matrix paper, undated
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Notes on the Le Chatelier Principle, 1956
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Notes on Mark Mitnitzky, Aspects of Government Spending, 1943
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Notes on monetary measures and objectives, 1939
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Notes on Pareto's Cours de Economie Politique, undated
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Notes on Ramsey for paper on model, undated
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Notes on statistical decisions, undated
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Notes on Swedish economic conditions, 1948
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Notes on the economics of hyper-deflation
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Notes on Norwegian economy, 1948
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Notes on the problem of stock market production, undated
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Notes on Viner, 1937
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Notes on Willard Gibbs, undated
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Oligopoly self-contradictions: comment on Kawamata's consistent conjectures oligopoly equilibrium, 1988 Apr. 22
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On a Keynes biography, undated
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On hysteresis, undated
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On Leon Walras, undated
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On Maurice Dobb, undated
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On modern central banking, 2008-2009
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On scientific methodologies, undated
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On political economy, undated
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An open problem, 1993
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Optimal compacts for redistribution, 1974 July
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Optimum property of fundamental formula, undated
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Ota Sik, 1989 Jan.
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Our double helix model of heterogeneous capitals, undated
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Papers on revealed preference, 1996
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Comments on Pioneering Economic Theory, 1630-1980: A Mathematical Restatement, by Hans Brems, 1986
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Pros and cons of a single best global portfolio, 2008
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Random notes on speculative markets, undated
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Recollections and thoughts on Hansen, undated
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Reswitching paradoxes and optimal investment programs, undated
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Rights and wrongs in the so-called two-Cambridges capital controversy, 2003
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The road not taken: a fantasy in which Marshall recants on consumers surplus, undated
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Rocking-horse dynamic models that definitely do rock historic 1800-2000 business cycles, 2007
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The role of energy futures, 1992
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Scenarios to elucidate fallacies in the unequal exchange doctrine, 1996
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Shooting down one more fallacious case for time diversification, undated
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Short reconciliation between 1750-1870 classical economics and modern pro-neoclassical economics
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On simple Simonism, undated
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Sir John Hicks and Kenneth J. Arrow: 1972 Nobel Award recipients
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Slowing growth favors Pasinetti dual equilibrium, undated
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Some insider stories about the famous Modigliani-Miller theorem, undated
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Some reflections on heterogenous intertemporal competitive models, 1980s
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Short reconciliation between 1750-1870 classical economics and modern pro-neoclassical economics, 2008
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Stability of gradient motion to any strong saddlepoint, undated
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Stagflation II, 1973 Sept. 24
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Stochastic choices/Markowitz quadratic programming, 2007
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The strong axiom of consumption theory, 1952
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Suggestions for a theory of income distribution, undated
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Theory of Bienaymé-Tchebyshev inequality, undated
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Theory of income distribution, 1968
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The theory of money, undated
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Third thoughts on Thünen, undated
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Thünen, undated
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Transitional effects on lifecycle savings rate when growth rates of population and productivity must fall, 1987
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Two conservative seers (Hayek and Friedman), undated
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The two disciples: E.B. Wilson and Irving Fisher, undated
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Two queries about utility and game theory, undated
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An upper-bound on utility loss traceable to price distribution, undated
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One notebook, 1981
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Variations on a theme by Samuelson: More fallacies about the Law of Large Numbers
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Various balanced growth potentialities, undated
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Vetting Quesnay, 1992 Jan. 7
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V.O. Watts: Do we want free enterprise?, undated
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Welfare economics, 1990s
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What remains true about capital deepening, undated
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When the poor might benefit from rich neighbors, undated
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Where are the emperor's clothes? To be understood is to be found out, 1996
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Who's afraid of Virginia Wolf, or of Sraffa-J.B. Clark capital reversal?, undated
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Wrong and right way to calculate mean return for multi-period investing horizon, 1987
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Historical Note

Chronology

DateEvent(s)
1915, May 15Born in Gary, Indiana, son of Russian-born parents Frank Samuelson and Ella Lipton
1932Graduated Hyde Park High School, Chicago
1935B.A., University of Chicago
1935-1937Social Science Research Council Pre-doctoral Fellow
1936M.A., Harvard University
1937-1940Society of Fellows, Harvard University
1940-1944Assistant Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1941Ph.D. (David A. Wells Prize), Harvard University
1944-1947Associate Professor of Economics, MIT
1947-1966Professor of Economics, MIT
1948-1949Guggenheim Fellow
1958-1959Ford Faculty Research Fellow
1966-1986Institute Professor, MIT
1970Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science
1971Albert Einstein Commemorative Award
1986-2009Gordon Y. Billard Fellow, Institute Professor Emeritus, MIT
1990Gold Scanno Prize in Economy, Naples, Italy
1991MIT established Paul A. Samuelson Professorship in Economics
1996Awarded National Medal of Science
2009, Dececember 13Died, Belmont, Massachusetts

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