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Complete List of Artifacts

This is a chronological catalog of postings to Economics in the Rear-View Mirror. You can subscribe to the blog and receive fresh artifacts in the history of economics (with a focus on the teaching of undergraduate and graduate economics in the U.S. between 1870 and 1970) delivered to your e-mailbox following this list. Your feedback via comments is welcomed and encouraged.

  1. Harvard. Information regarding degrees, 1935-36
  2. Harvard. Enrollments, 1916/17-1936/37
  3. Harvard. Requirements for graduate degrees, 1924-35
  4. Harvard. Degree rulings, 1930
  5. Harvard. Rules for graduate study, 1955
  6. Harvard. Information regarding graduate degrees, 1947
  7. Harvard. Account of graduate department, July 1886
  8. Harvard. Two course reviews, 1881
  9. Harvard graduate alumnus, Arthur Morgan Day in 1896 and 1912
  10. Harvard graduate alumnus, George Ole Virtue in 1896 and 1912
  11. Harvard graduate alumnus, Carlos Carleton Closson in 1896 and 1912
  12. Harvard graduate alumnus, Charles Beardsley, Jr. in 1896 and 1912
  13. Harvard graduate alumnus, Hugo Richard Meyer in 1912
  14. Harvard. Courses, degree requirements, 1897-98
  15. Harvard. Courses, degree requirements, 1911-12
  16. Harvard. Economics 2. Carver, 1900-01
  17. E. B. Wilson lecture, USDA graduate school, 1930
  18. Harvard. Economics 101. Economic Theory. Chamberlin, 1938-9
  19. Harvard. Harry Rudolph Tosdal. Ph.D. 1915
  20. Harvard. Hansen and Williams, Fiscal seminar 1937-1944
  21. Columbia. School of Political Science. Information 1882-83
  22. Harvard. Readings for Taussig’s Economics 11, Theory. 1923-24
  23. Columbia. Economics Courses with Descriptions, 1905-07
  24. Chicago. Courses of instruction, 1900-01
  25. Chicago. General Regulations for Ph.D., 1903
  26. Comparison of Course Offerings. Chicago, Columbia, Harvard ca. 1893-94
  27. Graduate Courses. 23 US Universities. 1898-99
  28. Columbia Course. Historical and Practical Political Economy. Richmond Mayo-Smith. ca. 1891-2
  29. John Bates Clark Biography from Amherst Yearbook 1894
  30. Chicago. Economics 354. Types of Econ Organization. Douglas. 1938
  31. Harvard. Econ 7b. Single Tax, Socialism, Anarchism. Readings. 1919-20
  32. Chicago. Econ 332. Business Cycle Theory (Lange). Minsky Notes 1942
  33. Chicago. Ph.D. Exam Questions by Viner in Theory. 1928
  34. Chicago. Ph.D. Exam. Spring 1939
  35. Chicago. Math Econ (Econ 402). Henry Schultz References. 1932
  36. Milton Friedman’s Coursework in Economics, Statistics and Mathematics
  37. Chicago. Reading Assignments, Economic Theory (Econ 301). Viner, Fall 1932
  38. Portrait of Eight Economists. University Extension Summer Meeting, 1894
  39. Columbia. Mathematical Economics. Hotelling. Class Rolls 1931-1944
  40. Columbia. Course Descriptions. Hotelling. 1931-1945
  41. Columbia. Search Committee Report. 1950
  42. Chicago. Econ 332. Business Cycle Theory (Lange). Final Exam.1938
  43. Chicago. Course Notes. Theory of Income and Employment. Marschak. 1948
  44. Harvard. Wolfgang Stolper’s Coursework. 1934-37
  45. Harvard. Course. Economics of Socialism. Sweezy. 1940
  46. Harvard. Course. Graduate Economic Theory. Taussig. Fall 1934
  47. Harvard. Schumpeter. Harvard Crimson. March 1, 1934
  48. Harvard. Course. Graduate Economic Theory. Schumpeter. Spring 1935
  49. Harvard. Course. Graduate Theory. Schumpeter. 1935-36
  50. Harvard. Richard M. Goodwin, 1949
  51. Johns Hopkins. Ph.D. Regulations, Courses 1880
  52. Harvard. Edward Cummings Resignation, 1900
  53. Johns Hopkins. Education of Henry Carter Adams 1870’s
  54. Johns Hopkins. Annual Report. 1881-82
  55. Johns Hopkins. Courses. 1881-82
  56. Johns Hopkins. H.C. Adams Dissertation auf deutsch 1879
  57. Johns Hopkins. Veblen On Mill, 1881
  58. Columbia. Friedman Course. Structure Neoclassical Economics 1939-40
  59. Columbia. Syllabus for Trust Problem. Seager, 1907
  60. Columbia. Lecture Series. Seager on Economics. 1907-08.
  61. Harvard. Course. Money, Banking, Commercial Crises, 1937-38
  62. Columbia. Introductory Economics. First-term, 1912-13.
  63. Primer for Little Political Economists. 1896
  64. Chicago. Banking Theory and Monetary Policy. Mints, 1942
  65. Yale. Irving Fisher recording on 100% reserves, 1938
  66. Chicago. Money and Banking, Economics 330 Mints, 1932
  67. Chicago. Money and Banking Economics 331. Mints. 1932
  68. Chicago. Money and Banking. Economics 330 Exam. Autumn 1932
  69. Columbia. Readings International Economics. Angell, 1933
  70. Cornell. Laughlin’s Scheme to Expand Economics,1891
  71. Harvard. General Exam: Corporations. Readings, 1933-34
  72. Harvard. General/Special Exams: Public Finance. Readings, ca 1933
  73. Harvard. General Exam: Railroads. Readings, 1933-34
  74. Harvard. Readings Ph.D. Preparation. Banking, ca 1913
  75. Chicago. Modern Tendencies in Economics. Viner. 1933
  76. Columbia. Public Finance Syllabus. Seligman circa 1923
  77. Top Eleven Economics PhD Programs in US, 1934
  78. Harvard Courses in Political Economy, 1874-75
  79. Columbia Economics’ Market Share in 1900
  80. Columbia. Economics Curriculum 1898-99
  81. Harvard. Sociology Syllabus. Carver, 1917-18
  82. Harvard. Principles of Sociology Exam. First Semester, Carver 1922-23
  83. Laughlin’s List: Recommended Teacher’s Library of Economics, 1887
  84. Harvard. Advanced Economic Theory, Schumpeter, 1941-42
  85. Chicago Economics’ Subjective Self-Ranking in 1913
  86. Columbia. Ph.D. Memo On Oral Examinations. 1932-33
  87. Harvard. Intro to Mathematical Economics. Schumpeter, Leontief 1935-42
  88. Columbia. Money and Banking Reading List. Angell, 1933
  89. Sadler’s Syllabus and Course of Readings in Economics, 1891
  90. Harvard. Money. Economics 8. A. Piatt Andrew, 1901
  91. Chicago. Committee on Ph.D. Outlines & Requirements, 1949 Part I
  92. Chicago. Committee on Ph.D. Outlines & Requirements, 1949 Part II
  93. Chicago. Committee on Ph.D. Outlines & Requirements, 1949-50 Part III
  94. Chicago. Price Theory. Econ 300A, Friedman. 1946.
  95. Chicago. Price Theory. Economics 300 A&B. Friedman. 1948
  96. Chicago. Price Theory. Economics 300 A&B. Metzler. 1948-49
  97. Chicago. Price Theory. Econ 300 A&B. Friedman Readings ca 1947
  98. Chicago. Purchasing order for a calculator for Henry Schultz. 1928.
  99. John Hicks Arguing for More Economic History Research, 1947
  100. Burgess on Political Sciences at Columbia College. 1882
  101. Professors’ and Instructors’ Salaries, ca. 1907
  102. Chicago. Imperfect Competition (Econ 307) Reading List. Lange, 1941
  103. Chicago. Undergraduate Macro. Stanley Fischer, 1973
  104. Chicago. Economics From an Institutional Standpoint. Knight c.1934
  105. Interdisciplinary Moment. Max Sylvius Handman, Chicago Sociology Ph.D. 1917
  106. MIT, Business Cycles Reading List. Samuelson, 1943
  107. Harvard. Public Finance. Economics 5, Bullock. 1915
  108. From the 200th Anniversary of Wealth of Nations Roast of Adam Smith at MIT. 1976
  109. Philadelphia. Summer Meeting of Economists. University Extension, 1894
  110. Harvard. Economic Theory I. Chamberlin, 1947-48
  111. MIT. Graduate Macroeconomics 14.451. Blanchard. Spring 1997.
  112. Harvard. Economic Theory II, Econ 202. Leontief, 1948-49
  113. Harvard. Graduate Course Record. Thomas Schelling, 1946-49
  114. Harvard. Economics Dept. votes down course on Russian Revolution, 1919
  115. Chicago. J. Laurence Laughlin thoughts on “Problems of the Young Scholar”. 1916
  116. AEA Twenty-fifth Anniversary Celebration, NYC 1909
  117. Harvard. Econ113b. Schumpeter’s Grad Course on the History of Economics. 1940.
  118. Chicago Hotel Costs for the 1924 AEA Meeting
  119. Columbia. Exam Questions for Econ 110. J. M. Clark, 1934
  120. Columbia. 1931-50 graduate economics alumni survey 1950
  121. Columbia. Economic History Course taught by Simkhovitch. Attended by Friedman, 1933.
  122. Columbia. Fiscal policy. Depression deficits and war finance. Shoup, 1941
  123. Columbia. Henry L. Moore’s Memorial Minute, 1959. Salary issue, 1924.
  124. Columbia. Founding Father of Faculty of Political Science. Burgess, Bio 1893
  125. Chicago. International Trade and Finance. Viner, 1944
  126. Chicago. Course on International Economic Policies. Viner, 1944.
  127. Harvard. U.S. history for economics graduate students. F. J. Turner, 1912
  128. Harvard. Business Cycles Course. Hansen, 1950.
  129. Ely and Wicker’s List for an economics library, 1904.
  130. Kyiv School of Economics, 2015
  131. Columbia. History of Economics Exams. J.M. Clark, 1949-51
  132. Harvard. Syllabus for International Trade and Tariff Policies. Harris, 1933
  133. Harvard. From Self-Report on Behavioral Sciences to Ford Foundation. Economics, 1953.
  134. Harvard. Early Evolution of Behavioral and Social Science Departments. Mason Report.
  135. History of Social Sciences at the University of Chicago, from 1954 Report to Ford Foundation
  136. History of Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. From Report to Ford Foundation, 1954
  137. Michigan. Organization of Behavioral Sciences. Report to Ford Foundation, 1954
  138. Minnesota. Fiscal Policy Reading List. Walter Heller, 1950
  139. Portrait of Hermann Paasche of index number fame, 1907
  140. Harvard. The Corporation and its Regulation. Course Syllabus. Crum, Mason & Chamberlin, 1934
  141. Harvard. Stricter division between undergraduate and graduate courses. Ca. 1910-11
  142. Portrait of Prof. Ernst Louis Étienne Laspeyres of Price Index-Number Fame
  143. Harvard. Undergraduate Public Finance Reading List. H. H. Burbank, 1936
  144. Harvard. Recent Economic History. Readings, Edwin F. Gay, 1934-35
  145. AEA. The Study of Statistics in College by Carroll D. Wright, 1887
  146. Germany. The Seminary Method. Reported by Herbert B. Adams, 1884
  147. Chicago. Memo on survey of views of recent Ph.D.’s. 1930
  148. Harvard. Coursework of Frank W. Fetter for A.M., 1923-24
  149. Columbia. Curricular Suggestions and Comments. 1945
  150. Harvard. Ph.D. General Examination Fields. Charles Beardsley, 1904
  151. Harvard. Economics General Examination. Lauchlin Currie and Harry D. White, 1927
  152. Columbia. Regulations for Ph.D. candidacy and general examination, 1916
  153. Columbia. Report of the Dean of the School of Political Science, 1901
  154. Harvard. Final Examination Questions. Economics Courses, 1912-13
  155. Amherst. Honors Section of Introductory Economics. Paul H. Douglas, 1925
  156. Amherst. Charles W. Cobb and Paul H. Douglas, 1926
  157. Berkeley. Ira B. Cross memoir, Portrait of an Economics Professor, 1967
  158. Columbia. Core Economic Theory. Hart, 1946-47
  159. Mathematical Economics at Harvard according to E.B. Wilson, 1936
  160. MIT. Graduate Economics Program and Fellowships. 1950-51
  161. Harvard. Modern Economic History Seminar. Usher, 1937-41
  162. Harvard. Biographical memoir of Charles F. Dunbar, 1900
  163. Harvard. Charles F. Dunbar Obituary by Taussig, 1900
  164. Columbia. Exam Questions for Economics Ph.D. Candidates, 1949
  165. Columbia. Richmond Mayo-Smith. Life and Death, 1854-1901
  166. Harvard. A.B. Honors Degree Examination in Mathematical Economic Theory, 1939
  167. Chicago. Economics 300A. Core Theory. Gary Becker, 1956
  168. Yale. History of graduate education up to 1898
  169. MIT. Franco Modigliani as Santa Claus. 1975
  170. Yale. Arthur Twining Hadley. Biographical Sketch, 1899
  171. Yale. Suggested readings in social sciences from Arthur T. Hadley, 1901
  172. Chicago. Don Patinkin’s undergraduate and graduate coursework 1940s
  173. Columbia. Franklin H. Giddings, short biographical sketch. 1899
  174. Yale. Young Irving Fisher. 1899.
  175. Harvard. Seminary in Economics. Topics and Speakers , 1891/2-1907/8
  176. Chicago. Skelton bibliography from “Socialism: A Critical Analysis”, 1911
  177. Columbia. E.R.A. Seligman, biographical sketch. 1899
  178. Harvard. Undergraduate Economic Theory (Shorter Course). Monroe, 1937-8
  179. Harvard. Taxation Theory and Methods. Taussig, 1897-98
  180. Harvard. Economic historian William J. Ashley. Short biographical sketch, 1899
  181. Harvard. Mathematical Economics Rescheduled. Petitions, E. B. Wilson, 1935
  182. Chicago. Economic Theory Exams, A.M. and Ph.D. Summer 1949
  183. Harvard. Economics students petition for Karl Marx course. 1938
  184. Harvard. Economics Seminary Schedules. 1929-32.
  185. Chicago. J. Laurence Laughlin, brief biographical sketch, 1899
  186. Harvard. Edward Cummings, a brief biographical sketch. 1899
  187. Harvard and Wellesley. Race and Gender. Dubois and Balch.
  188. Marxism. Recommended sequence of readings. Dannenberg, 1918.
  189. Harvard. O.H. Taylor’s undergraduate course, Intellectual Background of Economic Thought, 1941
  190. Harvard. Graduates’ Magazine reports on Economics Dept. 1892-1904.
  191. Harvard. Reading List in Public Finance. Bullock and Burbank, 1934.
  192. Chicago. Theory and Measurement of Demand. Henry Schultz, 1934
  193. Harvard. Larry Summers on American Universities. 2016
  194. Harvard. Labor Economics, Social Policy. Willoughby, 1901
  195. Chicago. Intermediate International Monetary Economics. Lloyd A. Metzler, 1949
  196. Chicago. Advanced International Monetary Economics. Metzler, 1950
  197. Chicago. International Trade and Policy. Advanced Graduate. Metzler, 1948 and 1950
  198. Chicago. Theory of Income and Employment. Domar, 1948
  199. Harvard. Honors Economic Theory, Chamberlin/Leontief/Taylor, 1939-40
  200. Yale. Graduate Course Keynesian Economics, Tobin. 1951-52
  201. Chicago. History of Economic Thought. Frank Knight, 1946
  202. Chicago, Columbia, Michigan. Henry Simons Coursework, 1916-1926
  203. Columbia. Organization of Graduate Education, 1908-10.
  204. Citizen’s Library of Economics, Politics and Sociology. Richard T. Ely, ed. 1900+
  205. MIT. Business Cycles Reading List. Samuelson, 1952
  206. Harvard. Taussig’s use of own text in his Principles of Economics Course, 1911
  207. Harvard Economics Department Votes on Course Rules, 1912
  208. Columbia. Junior Year Political Economy. Mayo-Smith, 1880
  209. Political Economy Books. Top-Ten Sellers in the U.S., 1876
  210. Harvard. Labor Economics and Social Reform Divisional Exam, 1939
  211. Society for Political Education. Popular Economic Tracts. 1880-1891
  212. Carleton College. John Bates Clark on the Meanings of Socialism, 1879
  213. Cornell. Germany and Academic Socialism. Herbert Tuttle, 1883.
  214. Harvard. Money, Banking, and Cycles, Seymour Harris, 1933-34
  215. Harvard. Mathematical Economics. Leontief, 1948
  216. Harvard. Business Cycles. Goodwin and Haberler, 1949
  217. Harvard. Business Cycles and Economic Forecasting. Schumpeter, 1948
  218. Chicago. Money and Banking Ph.D. qualifying exam, 1933
  219. Chicago. Economic History, Ph.D. qualifying exam, 1933
  220. Chicago. Economic Theory Ph.D. Qualifying Exams, 1932-33
  221. Chicago. Ph.D. qualifying exam in statistics. 1932
  222. Harvard. Political Economy Courses, 1888-89
  223. MIT. Francis Amasa Walker Eulogized by Charles F. Dunbar in 1897
  224. Chicago. Faculty and Course Offerings in the beginning, 1893/94.
  225. Chicago. Minimum Wage Debate, Bibliography. 1914
  226. Stanford. Early Economics Courses and Faculty, 1890s
  227. Michigan. 1891 Econ Ph.D. Fred Converse Clark. Obit, 1903.
  228. Cornell. Economics Courses and Faculty, 1914-15
  229. MIT. Final Exam in Graduate Macro I. Stanley Fischer, 1975
  230. Harvard. International Trade, Finance & Policy. Haberler, 1949-51
  231. Chicago. Exam questions for Oskar Lange’s Imperfect Competition Course, 1941 & 1944
  232. Harvard. Economics of Socialism. Mason and Sweezy, 1938
  233. M.I.T. Intermediate Macroeconomics. Modigliani, 1961
  234. Chicago. Paul Samuelson and Jacob Mosak. A.B. Comprehensive Exam Grades. 1935
  235. Columbia. Kindleberger remembers Simkhovitch, mid-1930s
  236. Harvard. Schumpeter’s Socialism Course. Syllabus and Exam, 1946
  237. MIT. Course Outline of Economic Statistics. Robert Solow, 1960
  238. Chicago. Undergraduate grade distribution in economics, 1925-26 and 1926-27.
  239. Chicago. Monetary Dynamics Seminar. Milton Friedman, 1952
  240. Harvard. Economics Departmental (General) Exam for A.B., 1939
  241. Harvard. Methods of Social Reform. Frank A. Fetter, 1906.
  242. Columbia. Memo from the Dean on Registration-Books, 1909
  243. M.I.T. Advanced Economic Theory (Capital and growth). Solow and Phelps, 1962
  244. Chicago. Introduction to Money and Banking. A. G. Hart, 1933
  245. Harvard. 19th Century European Economic History. Gay and Klein, 1910
  246. Harvard. Economic History of the U.S., Gay and Klein, 1911.
  247. Johns Hopkins. Henry L. Moore on Thünen, 1893
  248. Bibliography on Utopias through Marxian Socialism, 1879
  249. Johns Hopkins University. Theory of Distribution, John Bates Clark, 1892
  250. MIT. Department of Economics Group Photo, 1976
  251. Harvard. Three Economics Courses. Texts and Exams, 1874-77.
  252. American Colleges and German Universities, Richard T. Ely, 1880
  253. Harvard. Economic and Political Ideas. O. H. Taylor, 1948
  254. Harvard. History of Economic Thought. Fellner, 1950
  255. Harvard. Business Organization and Control. Sydney Alexander 1948-49.
  256. Harvard. Undergraduate Econometrics. Orcutt, 1950
  257. Harvard. Empirical Economics. Orcutt, 1950
  258. Chicago. Economic Doctrine, Modern Tendencies. Lange, 1942
  259. Harvard. A.B. Division Examination, Economic Theory, 1939
  260. Harvard.  Economic History since 1750. Division Examination,1939
  261. Harvard. Money and Government Finance. Division Exam, 1939
  262. Harvard. Market Organization and Control. Special Examination, 1939
  263. Rössig’s 18th century history of Political Economy. 1781-82
  264. Harvard. James Ackley Maxwell, Ph.D., 1926
  265. Chicago. 25th anniversary of Dept of Political Economy, 1916
  266. Harvard. Mathematical Economics, 1933-37
  267. Harvard. Economic Theory II. Leontief, 1947-48
  268. Harvard. Economics of Socialism. Overton Taylor et al., 1950
  269. Columbia Ph.D. and Berkeley Professor, Charles Adams Gulick
  270. Columbia. Wesley C. Mitchell’s Methodological Thoughts, 1928.
  271. Joseph Schumpeter on Methodological Individualism, 1908
  272. Chicago. James Buchanan’s Dissertation Outline, 1947
  273. Harvard. T.N. Carver’s link to US publicist of Protocols of the Elders of Zion, 1920
  274. Chicago. James Tobin Autobiographical Letter from Faculty Meeting, 1950
  275. Chicago. HMS Pinafore parody for Milton Friedman
  276. Harvard. First year Graduate Economic Theory. Haberler, 1950-51
  277. Harvard. Advanced Economic Theory. William Fellner, 1950-51
  278. Harvard. Graduate Mathematical Economics. Goodwin, 1948
  279. MIT. Samuelson at the Joint Economic Committee, 1973
  280. MIT. Suggestions for New Fields. Domar, Kuh, Solow, Adelman, 1967
  281. Harvard. A.B. Correlation Exam for W. European Economic History since 1750. 1939
  282. Harvard. A.B. Correlation Examination, American Economic History, 1939
  283. Roosevelt College. Abba Lerner with a Phillips Moniac, 1951
  284. Harvard. History of Political and Economic Thought, A.B. Correlation Exam, 1939
  285. Harvard. Marx/Engels/Lenin Readings. Emile Burns (ed.), 1935
  286. Harvard. Harvard Crimson Economics Course Guides, 1927-1938
  287. Chicago. Milton Friedman from Cambridge to T.W. Schultz. 29 Mar 1954
  288. Oxford. Travers Twiss, Lectures. 1847
  289. Harvard. Harvard invitations for guest lectures by Schumpeter and Rathgen, 1913
  290. Harvard. Thirteen Ph.D. Examinees, 1915-16
  291. Chicago. Sociology and Political Economy. Laughlin Letter, 1894
  292. Chicago. Economics Ph.D. program, switch to field exams. 1919.
  293. Chicago. Problem of Faculty Turnover, 1923
  294. Harvard. Public Administration and Finance, Correlation Exam, 1939
  295. Harvard. Government Regulation of Industry. A.B. Correlation Examination, 1939
  296. Harvard. Economics of Corporations. Dewing and Opie, 1929
  297. Industrial Organization, Myron Watkins’ Bibliographic Essay, 1927.
  298. Harvard Alumnus. A.W. Marget. Too Jewish for Chicago? 1927.
  299. Chicago. The Cowles Commission Song. Ca. 1950.
  300. Harvard. Undergraduate Economic Theory and Policy. Monroe, 1947-48
  301. Harvard. Economy of Russia. Leontief, 1947-48
  302. Columbia. Preparation for Graduate Economics, 1941
  303. MIT. Search for an Economic Historian. 1942
  304. Harvard. Course with a “snapper” problem, 1910
  305. Columbia. Mathematics Satisfies Second Foreign Language Reqt for Economics PhDs, 1950
  306. Columbia. History of Economics Department. Luncheon Talk by Arthur R. Burns, 1954
  307. Chicago. Skit Party’s “Ode to an Economist”, undated
  308. Harvard. 24 Ph.D. candidates examined 1926-27
  309. MIT. Final Examination in 2nd Core Microeconomics. Martin Weitzman, 1974
  310. Harvard Alumnus. Zenas Clark Dickinson, Ph.D.1920
  311. Michigan. History of the Department of Economics through 1940
  312. Chicago. Memo to M.A. candidates on deadline for theses, 1924
  313. Chicago. Memorandum on a Fiscal Stimulus, 1932
  314. Chicago. Paul Samuelson’s 50th Class Reunion Questionnaire, 1985
  315. MIT. Final Examinations for European Economic History. Kindleberger, 1970/74
  316. Harvard. Hansen and Williams’ course bibliographies. Fiscal and monetary policy, International Monetary Policy, 1950-56
  317. Harvard. Agricultural Economics, Carver 1917
  318. Harvard. On Latino immigration. Carver recalls 1929 invitation to White House.
  319. Harvard. Economic Problems of Latin America. Bradley, 1944
  320. Harvard. Doctoral Dissertations in Economics, 1875-1926
  321. Columbia. Ph.D. Alumnus Isaac Aaronovitch Hourwich, 1893
  322. Chicago. Economics Ph.D. Alumnus Henry Rand Hatfield, 1897
  323. Chicago. Economics Ph.D. Alumnus Simon James McLean, 1897
  324. Chicago. Ph.D. Exam for Money, Banking and Monetary Policy, 1946
  325. Harvard. Debate Briefs on Immigration. 1898-1908
  326. Chicago. Public Policy, Reform and Ethics. Frank Knight, 1940
  327. Harvard. Advanced Economic Theory. Franco Modigliani, 1957-8
  328. Chicago. Economics Job Offers, Salaries and Teaching Loads, 1971
  329. Columbia Economics Ph.D. alumnus. John M. Montias, 1958
  330. Columbia. Paul Douglas petitions to allow sociology courses for his second minor. 1916
  331. Harvard. Labor Organization and Collective Bargaining. Dunlop, 1947.
  332. Chicago. Gordon, Fischer and Friedman Memos on Money Core Courses. 1972
  333. Harvard. European Central Banking. Schumpeter, 1945
  334. Chicago. Economics Ph.D. (1903), Canadian Humorist Stephen Leacock.
  335. Columbia. Requirements for Ph.D., 1920
  336. Chicago. Economics Ph.D. Harold Glenn Moulton, 1914
  337. Columbia. Political Economy Courses Compared to Courses at the University of Berlin, 1897
  338. Harvard. Statistical Tables about Economics Ph.D.’s, 1931-35
  339. Harvard. Problems of Labor. William Z. Ripley, 1931
  340. MIT. Advanced Economic Theory Exam, 1962
  341. MIT. Robert Solow’s Advanced Economic Theory Course, 1962
  342. Cambridge. Alfred Marshall on Economics at American Universities, 1893
  343. Berlin. Mansplaining economics, 1895
  344. Germany. Articles on German Universities by Edmund J. James, 1880s
  345. Chicago. Labor Economics Professor Robert Franklin Hoxie. Suicide, 1916
  346. Toronto. Honors Exam. Money, Credit and Prices. 1933
  347. Toronto. Economics curriculum. 1932-33
  348. Harvard. Expansion of Economics Course Offerings. 1883.
  349. South Dakota. Economics Staff and Courses, 1883-1919
  350. M.I.T. Faculty Skit with Peter Diamond as Sir Lancelot, 1967
  351. Harvard. Evsey Domar’s Ph.D. Thesis story. 1947
  352. Harvard. Economics and Public Policy for Public Administration, Smithies. 1949-50
  353. Chicago. Visiting Economics Professors, 1896-1943.
  354. Taylor & Taylor. History of Agricultural Economics in the U.S., 1849-1932
  355. Chicago. Historical Enrollment Trends, Economics Faculty by Age and Educational Background. 1944-45.
  356. Chicago. Talent-Scouting for New Faculty, Joint Appointments and Visiting Faculty, 1945
  357. Chicago. Doctoral Examination Committees by Fields 1923-24
  358. Columbia. Statistical Lab Equipment for Economics Faculty Request, 1948
  359. Harvard(?). Professor’s standard of living, 1905
  360. Johns Hopkins. Economic Seminary 1903-04
  361. Harvard. Reading List for the Russian Economy. Gerschenkron, 1948.
  362. Harvard. History of Economics Reading List. Schumpeter, 1949
  363. Harvard. European Economic History, Usher. 1921
  364. Harvard. Discussion of “Road to Serfdom”. Sorokin, Leontief, Usher. 1945
  365. Chicago. Sixty Doctoral Dissertations in Economics, 1894-1926
  366. Bryn Mawr. Catholic economics instructor threatened with termination, 1921
  367. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. William H. Nicholls, 1941
  368. Harvard. Socialism and Communism. Carver and Bushnee, 1901
  369. Harvard. Subjects Chosen by Economics Ph.D. Candidates for Examination.1904
  370. M.I.T. Industrial Economics Syllabus. Bishop. 1957
  371. Harvard. Syllabus for Money, Banking & Commercial Crises. Anderson, 1917-18.
  372. Harvard. Economic History of Europe Since 1800. Edmund E. Lincoln, 1920.
  373. Chicago. Price and Distribution Theory. Taught by Viner and attended by Samuelson, 1935.
  374. Swarthmore. Economic Theory Honors Exam Questions by Samuelson. 1943
  375. Chicago. Doctoral Field Exams Schedule for the Friedmans, Stigler, Wallis. 1935
  376. Harvard. Economics of Transportation. Chamberlin, 1931
  377. Columbia. J. M. Clark on Teaching “modern tools of economic thinking”, 1942
  378. Harvard. Readings list for Commercial Crises Course by Persons, 1923
  379. M.I.T. Capital Theory, Uncertainty, Welfare Economics. Half-semester Core Microeconomics. Samuelson, 1975
  380. M.I.T. Microeconomic Core Theory II. Bishop, 1974
  381. MIT. Core Microeconomic theory III. Hal Varian, 1975
  382. Harvard. Principles of Economics. Taussig, Andrew and Bullock. 1906-07
  383. Harvard. Major Expansion of Economics Course Offerings. 1883
  384. Columbia. Comments on Programs of Study in Economics and Business. Shoup, 1944
  385. Chicago. Proposal for interdisciplinary MA courses on Capitalism and Democracy. Hoselitz, 1947
  386. Chicago. Two Christmas Songs, “Economized” Lyrics. Undated.
  387. Chicago. Graduate Price Theory. Economics 300A. Harberger, 1955
  388. M.I.T. General Exams in Macroeconomics, 1959-71
  389. Harvard. Subjects Chosen by Economics Ph.D. Candidates for Examination, 1905
  390. Harvard Ph.D. Alumnus (1906) and Berkeley Professor Stuart Daggett
  391. Harvard. Seven Personal Reports to the Class of 1879, Frank Taussig. 1882-1914
  392. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. Alumnus. Robert Franz Foerster, 1909
  393. Harvard and Chicago. Harvard Class of 1873 reports from J. Laurence Laughlin 1879-1913
  394. Harvard College President Lowell on Instruction in Economics Department, 1917
  395. Harvard. Jacob Viner Beats Paul Douglas for Ricardo Prize Scholarship, 1916
  396. Harvard. Taussig Reports to Alumni About the Special Needs of the Economics Department, 1915
  397. Columbia. Chaddock’s Request for Funding for his Statistical Laboratory, 1911
  398. Chicago. Visiting Professorship Offered Schumpeter for 1926
  399. Columbia. Foundations of Social Economics. J.M. Clark 1937
  400. Chicago. International Trade and Finance. Jacob Viner, 1933.
  401. Chicago. Remedial Economics Course for Entering Graduate Students, Hazel Kirk. 1926
  402. Chicago. Soliciting Contributions of Alumni/ae to Fund for Graduate Fellowships, 1931
  403. Columbia. Budgeting John Bates Clark’s Salary After His Retirement, ca. 1911
  404. Columbia. Average Salaries by Rank 1913/14-1932/33.
  405. Harvard. Readings for Chinese Economic Problems, 1947
  406. Harvard. Programs of Social and Economic Reconstruction, Leontief and Tayor. 1942-43
  407. Harvard. General Exam Preparation for Statistics, 1947
  408. Chicago. Intermediate Economic Theory for Non-Majors, ca. 1933
  409. Harvard. Six Economics Ph.D. examinees, 1906-07
  410. Harvard. Suggested Readings for Tutorial, ca 1951
  411. Harvard. Memorial Minute for Professor Silas Marcus Macvane, 1914.
  412. Harvard. Haberler Argues Against Galbraith And On Behalf of Samuelson, 1948
  413. Columbia. School of Political Science. Faculty and Curriculum, 1890-91
  414. Harvard. A. Piatt Andrew appointed Director of Mint, Loses Manuscript(s), 1909
  415. Wing-nuts. Rose Wilder Lane on Stigler and Friedman, 1946
  416. Harvard. Undergraduate Economics and WWII, 1942
  417. The Collected Works of Milton Friedman Website
  418. Harvard. Sweezy and Stolper’s Outline for a “good Text”. 1940
  419. Wisconsin. Economic Theory Syllabus. James S. Earley, 1940
  420. Wisconsin. Milton Friedman’s Reading Assignments in Economic Theory, 1940-1
  421. Harvard. Edward Chamberlin Lobbies to Teach a Graduate Theory Course. 1935
  422. Harvard. Theories of Rent Readings Lists. Taussig, Schumpeter, Alan Sweezy. 1934
  423. Chicago. Exams for Introduction to Money and Banking, A. G. Hart, 1932-35
  424. Harvard. Junior Year Economic Theory, Chamberlin. 1940
  425. Harvard. Junior Year Theory of Production and Distribution of National Income. Haberler and Leontief, 1942.
  426. Harvard. Five Economics Ph.D. examinees, 1907-08
  427. Harvard and Columbia. The Role of University Presidents in the US. Economist, 1909.
  428. Columbia. Professor Henry L. Moore’s Undergraduate and Graduate Transcripts, 1890-96
  429. Yale. Undergraduate and Graduate Courses in Economics, 1899-1900
  430. Chicago. L. C. Marshall Memos Regarding Doctoral Field Committees and Advising, 1926-27
  431. Harvard. Undergraduate Introduction to Economic Statistics. Final Exam, 1939
  432. Harvard. Syllabus for Undergraduate Course, Economic Statistics. Frickey, 1940-41
  433. MIT. No Job Offer to Frank D. Graham, 1942
  434. Chicago. J.L. Laughlin Reminisces About Coming to Chicago, 1892
  435. Columbia Ph.D. alumnus. Two images of Kenneth Arrow.
  436. Harvard. Thirteen Economics Ph.D. Examinees, 1908-09.
  437. Harvard. Business Organization and Control. Mason and Kaysen, 1950-51
  438. Harvard. Francis Bowen’s Final Exam for Political Economy, 1869
  439. Williams College. Joan Robinson’s (last) course reading list, 1982
  440. Harvard. M.A. and Ph.D. requirements in Economics, 1958
  441. MIT. Applied Price Theory Readings. Robert Solow, 1971 or 1972
  442. Harvard. Exam Questions for Young’s Grad Course on Modern Economic Theories, 1921-27
  443. Harvard. Economics courses with enrollments and exam questions, 1871-1875
  444. Harvard. Final Examination for Paul Sweezy’s Economics of Socialism, 1940
  445. Harvard. Examination Questions for Chamberlin’s 2nd Semester Graduate Theory, 1939
  446. Harvard. Final Exam Questions for Carver’s Course on Socialism and Schemes of Reform, 1920
  447. Harvard. Final Examination Questions for Carver’s Sociology, 1918
  448. Harvard. Final Exam for Charles Bullock’s Public Finance, 1916
  449. Harvard. Final Examinations for Graduate Economic Theory. Chamberlin, 1948
  450. Harvard. Final Exam Questions for “The Corporation and its Regulation”, 1935
  451. Harvard. Undergraduate Public Finance Final Exam. H. H. Burbank, 1936
  452. Harvard. Recent Economic History, Final Exam. 1935
  453. Harvard. Final Exam Questions for Taxation Course. Taussig, 1898
  454. Harvard. O.H. Taylor’s Final Exam for Intellectual Background of Economic Thought, 1941
  455. Harvard. Final Exam Questions for Second Term of Honors Theory, 1940
  456. Harvard. Final exam in Monetary Theory and Policy. Harris, 1934
  457. Harvard. Half-year exam for O.H. Taylor’s Economics and Political Ideas, 1949
  458. Harvard. Monroe’s Final Exams for  Intermediate Economic Theory, 1948
  459. Harvard. Intro to Mathematical Economics Final Exam, Schumpeter 1935
  460. Harvard. Carver’s Economics of Agriculture Final Examination, 1918
  461. Cornell. Economics in the Department of Political Science, 1900
  462. Cornell. Life of Walter F. Willcox, economic statistician
  463. Cornell. Final Examination for Economic Statistics. Willcox, 1921
  464. Abba Lerner’s Roadtrip to Meet Trotsky, 1938
  465. Harvard. Final Exam Questions for Usher’s European Economic History, 1922
  466. Harvard. Carver’s Principles of Sociology Final Examination, 1923
  467. Harvard. Appointment of Leontief as Economics Instructor in 1932
  468. Harvard. Final examination for B. M. Anderson’s Money and Banking, 1918
  469. Harvard. E. E. Lincoln’s final exam in European economic history, 1921
  470. Harvard. Final exam for E.E. Lincoln’s US Economic History, 1921
  471. Harvard. Taussig/Schumpeter/A.Sweezy’s final examination in value and distribution theory, 1935
  472. Harvard. Final exam for transportation economics. Chamberlin, 1932
  473. Harvard. Final exam from theory of production and distribution. Haberler and Leontief, 1942
  474. Harvard. Memorial Minute for Agricultural Economist, J. D. Black, 1960
  475. Keynes vs. Marx. Abba Lerner responds to Daniel Bell, 1944
  476. Professors’ salaries in U.S. economics departments (1), 1964/5-1965/66
  477. Associate Professors’ Salaries in U.S. Economics Departments (2), 1964/5-1965/66
  478. Assistant Professors’ Salaries in U.S. Economics Departments (3), 1964/5-1965/66
  479. New PhD Starting Salaries in U.S. Economics Departments (4), 1964/5-1965/66
  480. Expected New PhD Starting Salaries in U.S. Economics Departments (5), 1966/67
  481. Economics Professors’ Salaries by Rank (6), 1965-66
  482. Harvard. Labor and Public Policy Syllabus Dunlop, 1948
  483. Size distribution of graduate and undergraduate programs in economics. U.S., 1963-65
  484. Harvard. Final examination questions for Collective Bargaining, Labor, and Public Policy. Dunlop, 1947-48
  485. Chicago. Simons urges the recruitment of Milton Friedman, 1945
  486. Harvard. Gerschenkron moves to abolish language requirement, 1959
  487. North Carolina. Course outline and exam for mathematical economics, Hotelling. 1946 and 1950
  488. Harvard. Reading period and final exams. Theory and Money. Schumpeter 1927-28
  489. St. Petersburg. Daniel Bernoulli’s paper, Latin original. 1738
  490. Poland. Nicolaus Copernicus’ contribution to monetary economics. Ca. 1526
  491. Chicago. Mathematical Economics. Henry Schultz’s Reading List, 1935
  492. Columbia. Publications of Henry Ludwell Moore, 1895-1929
  493. Harvard. Five Ph.D. Examinees in Economics, 1909-10
  494. Harvard. Written vs. Oral Exams. Gerschenkron vs. Chamberlin, 1958
  495. Harvard. Final Exams in Economics. 1913-14.
  496. Johns Hopkins. Simon Newcomb defending formal economic analysis, 1884
  497. Chicago. Final Examinations for International Economics. Metzler, 1947-48
  498. Johns Hopkins. Ely on political economy’s past and present. 1883
  499. Harvard. Books on reserve in economics tutorial department, ca. 1927
  500. Harvard. Regulations regarding graduate degrees in economics, 1951
  501. Chicago. Henry Simons’ last course. Fiscal Policy, 1946
  502. Harvard. Final Exams 2nd semester of graduate money and banking course, John Henry Williams. 1939-41
  503. Harvard. Final Examinations for Taussig’s Course “Economic Theory. Both terms, 1922-23
  504. Harvard. Readings for Modern Economic History. Ashley, 1899-1900
  505. Columbia. Allowing math to substitute for second foreign language, 1950
  506. Chicago. Hayek’s Seminar “Equality and Justice”, 1950-51
  507. Harvard. Ph.D. candidates examined 1910-11
  508. Johns Hopkins. Fiscal Policy Readings. Domar, 1949-50
  509. Graduate Training in Economics. Report of Panel Discussions at Yale. 1956
  510. Ruggles-Friedman correspondence on Draft Report on Graduate Training in Economics, 1955
  511. Wisconsin. Business Cycles. Readings and Exam. Friedman 1940-41
  512. Wisconsin. Seminary in Statistical Research. Harry Jerome, 1937-38
  513. Chicago. Money, Banking, and Monetary Policy Exam for A.M. and Ph.D. Friedman, Mints, Marschak, 1952
  514. Harvard. Alumnus (A.B., Ph.D.) Professor Seymour Edwin Harris, 1945 and 1970
  515. Harvard. Corporation and its Regulation. Syllabus and readings. Mason and P. Sweezy, 1939-40
  516. Harvard. Syllabus and Final Exam for Industrial Organization and Control. Edward S. Mason, 1939-40
  517. Harvard. Regulation of Public Utilities and Transportation. Chamberlin, 1939-40
  518. Michigan. Economics within Political Sciences, 1843-1910
  519. Michigan. Prussian university as the model for higher education. Tappan, 1852-53
  520. Michigan. Philo Parsons’ gift of the Karl Heinrich Rau personal library, 1871
  521. NBER. Mitchell to Burns about Friedman. 1945
  522. Harvard. Memo on Master’s degree requirements in ten other departments, 1935
  523. Harvard 1909 PhD Alumnus, Edmund Ezra Day. Cornell Memorial Minute, 1951
  524. Harvard. Draft of Marxian Economics Course Outline. Leontief, ca 1935
  525. Harvard. Exam questions for Mason and Leontief’s Marxian economics course, 1937
  526. Cowles Commission. Evsey Domar’s Four Salient Episodes, 1947-48
  527. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. (1929). Transcripts of Earl J. Hamilton
  528. Harvard. Laughlin’s 310 Examination Questions, 1884
  529. Harvard. Final Examination for Economics of Socialism, Mason and Sweezy, 1937 and 1939
  530. Harvard. Single Tax, Socialism, and Anarchism. Final Exam. Anderson, 1918
  531. Harvard. Seven Ph.D. Examinees in Economics, 1911-12
  532. New School for Social Research. Economics Courses, 1939-40
  533. New School for Social Research. Elementary Mathematical Economics. Marschak’s Readings, 1940
  534. Princeton. Money and Banking Syllabus. F.W. Fetter, 1933-34
  535. Harvard. Agricultural Economics Exam. Carver, 1915.
  536. Harvard. Graduate Economic Theory, Social Valuation. Anderson, 1914-15
  537. Harvard. Graduate Public Finance Final Exam. Bullock, 1914-15
  538. Harvard. Graduate Statistics in Economics. Final Exam, Day, 1914-15
  539. Harvard. Graduate Economic Theory, Scope and Methods. Carver, 1914-15
  540. Harvard. Graduate Economic Theory. Taussig, 1914-15
  541. Harvard. Agricultural economics, undergraduate/graduate. Carver, 1914-1915
  542. Harvard. Sociology, Final Examination. Anderson, 1914-15
  543. Harvard. Distribution Theories, Exam Questions. Carver, 1914-15
  544. Harvard. Trade Unionism and Allied Problems, Final Exam. Ripley, 1914-15
  545. Harvard. Undergraduate Public Finance, Final Exam. Bullock, 1914-15
  546. Harvard. Corporations, Final Examination, Ripley, 1914-15
  547. Harvard. Transportation Economics, Final Examination. Ripley, 1914-15
  548. Harvard. Money, Banking, Commercial Crises. Final examination, Anderson, 1914-1915
  549. Harvard. 19th Century European Economic History, Final Examination. Gay, 1914-15
  550. Harvard. U.S. Economic History, Final Exam. Gay, 2015
  551. Harvard. Accounting, Final Examination. J.S. Davis, 1914-15
  552. Harvard. Statistics Final Exam. Day, 1914-15
  553. Harvard. Introductory Economics, Final Exams. Taussig, 1914-1915
  554. Columbia Ph.D. Alumnus. Benjamin M. Anderson, 1886-1949
  555. Columbia. Arrow on the Subordination of Price Theory, 1940-42
  556. Cowles Commission’s List of Univ. of Chicago Courses, 1952
  557. Harvard. 13 Ph.D. Candidates, General or Special Examinations by Field, 1912-13
  558. M.I.T. Analysis in Wonderland. Graduate Student Skit, 1975
  559. Columbia. Seligman Recommends Three Harvard Colleagues for English Visiting Professorship, 1925
  560. Harvard. Mason, Domar and Samuelson at Metzler Memorial Service, 1980
  561. Chicago. Jacob Viner’s Price and Distribution Theory Course, 1941
  562. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. Alumnus, John Christopher Ise, 1914
  563. MIT. Three Kindleberger quips à la Solow, 1990
  564. Chicago. Graduate Price Theory Preliminary Examination, 1964
  565. USDA Graduate School. Frank Knight Lecture on Economics Methodology, 1930
  566. Columbia. Rules for Conduct of Graduate Oral and Final Exams, 1967
  567. Northwestern. Monetary Policy Readings and Exam. Modigliani, 1961
  568. Harvard. Earliest Multiple Choice Exam for Principles of Economics, 1948
  569. Harvard. Principles of Economics. Enrollment, Staffing, Readings, 1947-48
  570. Harvard. Ph.D. Examination Candidates in Economics, 1914
  571. Johns Hopkins University. Economics Ph.D. Examination Questions for Gertrude Schroeder, 1947
  572. Harvard. Money and Banking graduate course, readings and exam. Hansen, 1946-47
  573. Harvard. Graduate Money and Banking, Reading List, Final Exam. Williams and Goodwin, 1947
  574. Harvard. General Bibliography for Hansen and Williams’ Money and Banking, 1946-47
  575. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. alumnus 1909. Arthur Norman Holcombe, 1956
  576. Harvard. Economics Education of Theodore Roosevelt, 1878-80
  577. Harvard. Galbraith’s Business Organization and Control. Syllabus and Exams. 1949-50
  578. Harvard. Nine Radcliffe graduate students petition to attend “Economics Seminary”, 1926
  579. Chicago. Monopoly course proposal by Abram Harris with George Stigler’s (Dis)approval, 1961
  580. Chicago. Graduate Schools and Regulations. April, 1892
  581. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. candidates, fields, examiners, thesis committees, 1917-18
  582. Berkeley. Graduate Macroeconomics. Syllabus, 1959
  583. Columbia. Friedman’s lecture notes to first Hotelling lecture in Mathematical Economics, 1933
  584. Chicago Ph.D. alumnus and Columbia Professor of Banking, Henry Parker Willis
  585. Harvard. Undergraduate Honors Economic Theory Readings. Duesenberry and Kaysen, 1951-52
  586. Harvard. Undergrad economics program described in The Harvard Crimson, 1953
  587. Harvard. Ph.D. alumnus, Abram Bergson. SSRC, 1946-47
  588. Columbia. John Bates Clark, Faculty Memorial Minute, 1938
  589. Harvard. Local taxation. Suggested topics and readings. Durand, 1902
  590. Harvard. Money, Banking, and Crises. PhD General Exam, 1930s
  591. Columbia Economics Ph.D. Alumnus (1931) and Berkeley professor, Leo Rogin
  592. Harvard. American Industrial History. Readings and Paper Topics. John E. Sawyer, 1949-51
  593. Harvard. Use of written general examination for quantitative methods in economics, 1968
  594. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. Regulations, 1968
  595. M.I.T. Economic Growth and Fluctuations. Readings and Midterm Exam. Solow, 1966
  596. M.I.T. First term core macro. National income and employment. Readings and Exams. Domar, 1965
  597. Statistical Society. On the Relation of Statistics to Political Economy. Address by William A. Guy, 1865
  598. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. Candidates’ General/Special Examination Fields, Committees. 1918-19
  599. Harvard. Graduate Core Economic Theory, Readings and Exams. Schumpeter, 1936-37
  600. M.I.T. Final exam for business cycles course taught by Paul Samuelson, 1943
  601. Harvard. Economics Ph.D. Alumnus (1922), William Arthur Berridge in mid-career 1939
  602. Columbia. Memorial Minute for Wesley Clair Mitchell, 1949
  603. Tufts/Fletcher. International Economics, Readings and Final Exam. Samuelson, 1944
  604. Columbia. Watson Scientific Computing Laboratory, 1948
  605. Chicago. Harold Moulton (Ph.D. 1915) leaves for the Institute of Economics in Washington, D.C., 1922

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