The Archive seeks to acquire the papers of influential economists in the US and abroad, and to record the history of economic thought by documenting the work of individual economists as well as significant organizations and journals in the field. Particular areas of strength include the fields of game theory, public policy and monetary economics, growth theory and other macroeconomic topics, as well as Keynesian and post-Keynesian economics. In addition the Archive is actively seeking the papers of women and people of color, and those working in welfare economics, feminist economics, and mechanism design.
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