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Interview with Claudia Goldin

Harvard economist shares her passion for historical research in areas such as urban slavery, the labor history of American women and the economic impact of educational movements.
The Region , Volume 18 , Issue Sep , Pages 14-23

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Productivity and the post-1990 U.S. economy

In this paper, the authors show that ignoring corporate intangible investments gives a distorted picture of the post-1990 U.S. economy. In particular, ignoring intangible investments in the late 1990s leads one to conclude that productivity growth was modest, corporate profits were low, and corporate investment was at moderate levels. In fact, the late 1990s was a boom period for productivity growth, corporate profits, and corporate investment.
Review , Volume 87 , Issue Jul , Pages 537-550

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Taking stock in America: resiliency, redundancy and recovery in the U.S. economy

Annual Report

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Keynes on inflation

An abstract for this article in not available.
Economic Review , Volume 67 , Issue Jan , Pages 3-14

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What ails China?

A long-run perspective on growth and inflation (or deflation) in China
The Region , Volume 17 , Issue Dec , Pages 48-54, 56-59

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Review essay on Second Thoughts: Myths and Morals of U.S. Economic History by Donald N. McCloskey(editor), 1993

Economic Review , Volume 79 , Issue Sep , Pages 24-28

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The next generation of monetary models

A Minneapolis Fed/University of Minnesota conference explores the mysteries of money
The Region , Volume 18 , Issue Sep , Pages 30-34

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The economy rarely takes direction from forecasters

The Region , Issue Sep , Pages 2-3

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Milton Friedman and U.S. monetary history: 1961-2006

This paper, using extensive archival material from several countries, brings together scattered information about Milton Friedman's views and predictions regarding U.S. monetary policy developments after 1960 (i.e., the period beyond that covered by his and Anna Schwartz's Monetary History of the United States). The author evaluates these interpretations and predictions in light of subsequent events.
Review , Volume 89 , Issue May , Pages 153-182

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