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Title Milton Friedman : Contributions to Economics and Public Policy / edited by Robert A. Cord and J. Daniel Hammond.
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016.

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Subject Friedman, Milton, 1912-2006.
Economic policy.
Alt Name Cord, Robert A.,
Hammond, J. Daniel,
Ohio Library and Information Network.
Description 1 online resource
Access Available to OhioLINK libraries.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This work brings together experts on Milton Friedman's life and thought. They draw on their experiences to present original insights into Friedman's method of working, his ability to communicate ideas to the general public, his influence on other economists, and the continuing role that his ideas have had during the present economic crisis.
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. I REFLECTIONS ON FRIEDMAN -- 1. Milton Friedman as Teacher and Scholar / Robert E. Lucas Jr. -- 2. Milton Friedman: An Appreciation / Arnold C. Harberger -- 3. Remembering Milton Friedman / Gregory C. Chow -- 4. The Place of Milton Friedman in the History of Economic Thought / Bennett T. McCallum -- 5. Milton Friedman's Public Life after Retirement, 1976 -- 88 / Allan H. Meltzer -- pt. II MONETARY THEORY AND POLICY -- 6. Milton Friedman as an Empirical Modeler / Stedman B. Hood -- 7. Milton Friedman and US Monetary History / Michael D. Bordo -- 8. Reflections on Friedman's Macroeconomics / Richard Selden -- 9. Reflections on Milton Friedman, the South during the Civil War, and Current Events / Eugene Lerner -- 10. Milton Friedman's Monetary Economics: Theory and Empirics / James R. Lothian -- 11. Friedman, Chicago, and Monetary Rules / George S. Tavlas.
Note continued: 12. Why and How Should a Monetary Economy be Stabilized? The Forgotten Lessons of Milton Friedman / Sylvie Rivot -- 13. Friedman's Characterization of the Natural Rate of Unemployment / K. Vela Velupillai -- 14. What Would Milton Friedman Have Thought of Market Monetarism? / Scott B. Sumner -- 15. Friedman and Divisia Monetary Measures / William A. Barnett -- 16. Arthur Burns and Milton Friedman: Why did the Master (Burns) and the Disciple (Friedman) Understand Inflation in a Diametrically Opposed Way? / Robert L. Hetzel -- 17. Milton Friedman and the Federal Reserve Chairs in the 1970s / Edward Nelson -- 18. Monetary Targeting in Australia: Problems of Control and Prediction / Selwyn Cornish -- 19. Milton Friedman, the Quantity Theory, and Hyperinflation in Russia / Vincent Barnett -- pt. III CONSUMPTION THEORY, FISCAL POLICY, AND PUBLIC POLICY -- 20. Friedman's Theory of Income and Consumption, Then and Now / John J. Seater.
Note continued: 21. Milton Friedman's Contributions to Fiscal Economics / Michael J. Boskin -- 22. Friedman and the Income Effects of Financing Government Deficits / Robert D. Auerbach -- 23. Milton Friedman and the Finance of Higher Education / Nicholas Barr -- 24. Milton Friedman, Drug Legalization, and Public Policy / Mark Thornton -- 25. Milton Friedman and Occupational Licensing / Morris M. Kleiner -- 26. Slaves or Mercenaries? Milton Friedman and the Institution of the All-Volunteer Military / John D. Singleton -- 27. Straining the Social Bond: Government Policy versus Social Custom in Capitalism and Freedom / Paul Turpin -- pt. IV METHODOLOGY -- 28. Reading and Misreading Friedman's 1953 Methodology Essay / Lawrence A. Boland -- 29. Milton Friedman's Methodology, Macroeconomics, and the Great Recession / Patrick Minford -- 30. Milton Friedman: A Bayesian? / Gerald P. Dwyer -- 31. Friedman and the Cowles Commission / Marcel Boumans -- pt. V FRIEDMAN AND OTHER ECONOMISTS.
Note continued: 32. How Friedman Became the Anti-Keynes / J.W. Nevile -- 33. The Economics and Political Economy of Milton Friedman: An Old Keynesian Critique / Thomas I. Palley -- 34. Friedman and his Collegial Detractors / Russell S. Boyer -- 35. Milton Friedman and George J. Stigler: Early Interactions and Connections / J. Daniel Hammond -- 36. Friedman and the Austrians / Roger W. Garrison -- 37. Milton Friedman, James Buchanan, and Constitutional Political Economy / Rosolino Candela -- 38. Friedman and Robbins / Susan Howson -- 39. Friedman and Viner / Douglas A. Irwin -- 40. Economists as Forecasters: Milton Friedman and Paul Samuelson, 1970 -- 4 / Robert A. Cord.
ISBN 9780191773761 (electronic bk.)
019177376X (electronic bk.)
9780191009426 (electronic bk.)
0191009423 (electronic bk.)
9780198704324 (print)
OCLC # 944211440
Additional Format Print version: Milton Friedman. 9780198704324 0198704321 (OCoLC)933721917

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