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Guide to the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis working and conference papers, 1996-2007

Collection Overview

Repository

New School Collections

Collection Identifier

NS.02.23.01

Creator

New School University. Center for Economic Policy Analysis.

Creator

New School University. Economics Department.

Title

Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis working and conference papers (SCEPA), 1996-2007

Extent

1.5 linear ft: 2 boxes

Language of Materials note

Papers are in English.

Summary

This collection contains working papers and other academic papers, printed and typescripts, stemming from the Center for Economic Policy Analysis (CEPA), later known as the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA) in 2005. The bulk are working papers identified as series 1, 2, and 3. Individual papers in series are numbered, some are revisions.

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis working and conference papers, NS.02.23.01, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

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Historical note

Founded in 1995 in the Economics Department by the political economist David Gordon, CEPA served as the economic policy research arm at The New School for Social Research (formerly the Graduate Faculty). Initially, it targeted three main concentrations: macroeconomics and finance, labor economics (including problems of gender and race), and development economics (including the problems of eastern European economies in transition) with research led by faculty members and employing graduate student fellows. By 2005, the Center's name changed to the Bernard Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA), and it continued to sponsor public lectures, research workshops, scholarly books and conferences, with a focus on faculty-student research working groups in areas of macro-economic policy, globalization, employment and income distribution.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection contains working papers and other academic papers, printed and typescripts, stemming from the Center for Economic Policy Analysis (CEPA), later known as the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis SCEPA). The bulk are working papers identified as "series" 1, 2, and 3. Individual papers in each series are numbered. A few papers are identified with conferences, including a program, Realistic Growth Policy or Our Time (2007). Authors include Lance Taylor, José Antonio Ocampo, John Eatwell, David Howell, Willi Semmler, and William Milberg.

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Organization and Arrangement

  1. Working paper series 1, 1996-2001
  2. Working paper series 2, 1996-2001
  3. Working paper series 3, 1998-2000
  4. Working papers unknown series, 2001-2003
  5. Other papers, 1999-2007

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Administrative Information

Jennifer Ulrich, May 2015.

Publication Information

New School Collections - 2016 May 3

66 Fifth Avenue
lobby
New York, NY, 10011
212.229.5942
archivist@newschool.edu

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis working and conference papers, NS.02.23.01, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

Access Note

Collection is open for research use. Please contact archivist@newschool.edu for appointment.

Use Note

To publish images of material from this collection, permission must be obtained in writing from the New School Archives and Special Collections. Please contact: archivist@newschool.edu

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Transferred from Raymond Fogleman Library to the New School Archives and Special Collections, 2012.

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Keywords for Searching Related Subjects

Genre(s)

  • Manuscripts.
  • Typescripts.

Subject(s)

  • Economic policy.
  • Labor economics -- Research.

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Collection Inventory

Working paper series 1 1996-2001 

Box Folder
1. Eatwell, John. International capital liberalisation: the impact on world development, 1996 Aug (Revised 1996 Oct) 
1 1
2. Singh, Ajit. Pension reform, the stock market, capital formation and economic growth: a critical commentary on the World Bank's proposals, 1996 
1 1
3. Blecker, Robert A. NAFTA, the peso crisis, and the contradictions of Mexican economic growth strategy, 1996 Jul 
1 1
4. Pieper, Ute and Lance Taylor. The revival of the liberal creed: the IMF, the World Bank, and inequality in a globalized ecomony, 1996 Oct (Revised 1998 Jan) 
1 1
5. Howell, David R., Margaret Duncan and Bennett Harrison. Low wages in the US and high unemployment in Europe: a critical assessment of the conventional wisdom, 1998 Feb (Revised 1998 Aug) 
1 1
6. Ganuza, Enrique and Lance Taylor. Macroeconomic policy, poverty, and equality in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1998 Feb 
1 1
8. Ocampo, Jose Antonio and Lance Taylor. Trade liberalization in developing economies: modest benefits but problems with productivity growth, macro prices, and income distribution, 1998 Mar 
1 1
9. Kucera, David. Foreign trade and men and women's employment and earnings in Germany and Japan, 1998 Apr (Revised 1998 Aug) 
1 1
10. Pieper, Ute. Deindustrialization and the social and economic sustainability nexus in developing countries: cross-country evidence on productivity and employment, 1998 May 
1 2
11. Kucera, David. Unemployment and external and internal labor market flexibility: a comparative view of Europe, Japan and the United States, 1998 Oct 
1 2
12. Berg, Janine and Lance Taylor. External liberalization, economic performance, and social policy, 2000 Feb 
1 2
13. Frenkel, Roberto and Martín González Rozada. Balance-of-payments liberalization: effects on growth, employment and income in Argentina, 2000 Feb 
1 2
14. Ocampo, José Antonio and Camilo Tovar. Structural adjustment, macroeconomics and equity in Colombia, 2000 Feb 
1 3
15. Ferriol Muruaga, Angela. External opening, labor market and inequality of labor incomes, 2000 Feb 
1 3
16. Dutt, Amitava Krishna and J. Mohan Rao. Globalization and its social discontents: the case of India, 2000 Feb 
1 3
17. You, Jong-Il and Ju-Ho Lee. Economic and social consequences of globalization: the case of South Korea, 2000 Feb 
1 3
18. Ros, Jaime and Nora Claudia Lustig. Trade and financial liberalization with volatile capital inflows: macroeconomic consequences and social impacts in Mexico during the 1990s, 2000 Feb 
1 4
19. Vorobyov, Alexander and Stanislav Zhukov. Russia: globalization, structural shifts and inequality, 2000 Feb 
1 4
21. Davies, Rob and Jørn Rattsø. Zimbabwe: economic adjusment, income distribution and trade liberalization, 2000 Feb 
1 4
23. Howell, David and Friedrich Huebler. Trends in earnings inequality and unemployment across the OECD: labor markets institutions and simple supply and demand stories, 2001 May 
1 4

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Working paper series 2 1996-2001 

Box Folder
1. Palley, Thomas I. The savings-investment nexus: why it matters and how it works, 1996 
1 5
2. Flaschel, Peter, Gang Gong and Willi Semmler. A keynesian based econometric framework: for studying monetary policy rules, 1998 Mar 
1 5
3. Taylor, Lance. Correct wealth accounting in a two-country portfolio balance model, 1998 Aug 
1 5
4. Canjels, Eugene. Risk and incentives in sharecropping: evidence from modern US agriculture, 1998 Oct 
1 5
5. Gong, Gang, Willi Semmler and Peter Flaschel. A macroeconometric study on the labor market and monetary policy: Germany and the EMU, 1999 Jan 
1 5
6. Howell, David R., Ellen Houston and William Milberg. Demand shifts and earnings inequality: wage and hours growth by occupation in the US, 1970-97, 1999 Apr 
1 5
7. Chiarella, Carl, Peter Flaschel and WIlli Semmler. The macrodynamics of debt deflation, 1999 Sep 
1 5
9. Kucera, David and William Milberg. Gender segregation and gender bias in manufacturing trade expansion: revisiting the "wood asymmetry," 1999 Sep 
1 6
10. Barbosa-Filho, Nelson H. A note on the theory of demand-led growth, 1999 Dec 
1 6
11. Michl, Thomas R. and Duncan K. Foley. Social security in a classical growth model, 2000 Jun (Revised 2001 Sep) 
1 6
12. Berglund, Per Gunnar. Equality and enterprise: can functional finance offer a new historical compromise?, 2001 Mar 
1 6

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Working paper series 3 1998-2000 

Box Folder
1. Frenkel, Roberto. Capital market liberalization and economic performance in Latin America, 1998 May 
1 7
2. D'Arista, Jane. Financial regulation in a liberalized global environment, 1998 May 
1 7
3. Block, Thorsten H. Financial market liberalization and the changing character of corporate governance, 1998 May 
1 7
4. Galbraith, James K., William A. Darity, Jr. and Lu Jiaqing. Measuring the evolution of inequality in the global economy, 1998 May 
1 7
5. Blecker, Robert A. International capital mobility, macroeconomic imbalances, and the risk of global contraction, 1998 Jun 
1 7
6. Taylor, Lance. Lax public sector, destabilizing private sector: origins of capital market crises, 1998 Jul (Revised 1998 Oct) 
1 7
7. Corbett, Jenny and David Vines. The Asian crisis: competing explanations, 1998 Jul 
1 7
8. Eatwell, John and Lance Taylor. The performance of liberalized capital markets, 1998 Aug (Revised 1998 Sep) 
1 7
9. Eatwell, John and Lance Taylor. International capital markets and the future of economic policy, 1998 Aug (Revised 1998 Sep) 
1 8
10. Singh, Ajit. "Asian capitalism" and the financial crisis, 1998 Aug 
1 8
11. Neftci, Salih N. FX short positions, balance sheets and financial turbulence, 1998 Oct 
1 8
13. Turner, Philip. Procyclicality of regulatory ratios?, 2000 Jan 
1 8
14. Nayyar, Deepak. Capital controls and the world financial authority: what can we learn from the Indian experience?, 2000 Mar 
1 8
15. Helleiner, Eric. The politics of global financial reregulation: lessons from the fight against money laundering, 2000 Apr 
1 8
16. Madrick, Jeff. The influence of the financial media over international economic policy, 2000 Jun 
1 8
17. Palma, Gabriel. The magical realism of Brazilian economics: how to create financial crisis by trying to avoid one, 2000 Aug 
1 8
18. Palma, Gabriel. The three routes to financial crises: the need for capital controls, 2000 Nov 
1 9
19. Ocampo, José Antonio. Recasting the international financial agenda, 2000 Nov 
1 9
20. Dodd, Randall. The role of derivatives in the East Asian financial crisis, 2000 Nov 
1 9

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Working papers unknown series 2001-2003 

Box Folder
2000-21. Taylor, Lance. Exchange rate indeterminacy in portfolio balance, mundell-fleming, and uncovered interest rate parity models, 2002 Apr 
1 10
2001.03. Canjels, Eugene. Share contracts and unobserved ability, 2001 Nov 
1 10
2001.04. Barbosa Filho, Nelson H. International liquidity and growth in Brazil, 2001 Nov 
1 10
2001.05. Barbosa Filho, Nelson H. Effective demand and growth: an analysis of the alternative closures of keynesian models, 2001 Dec 
1 10
2001.06. Barbosa Filho, Nelson H. The balance-of-payments constraint: from balanced trade to sustainable debt, 2002 Jan 
1 10
2002-01. Howell, David R. Increasing earnings inequality and unemployment in developed countries: markets, institutions and the 'unified theory,' 2002 Jan 
1 11
2002-02. Muñoz de Bustillo Llorente, Rafael. Spain and the neoliberal paradigm, 2002 Jan 
1 11
2002-03. Glyn, Andrew. Labour market success and labour market reform: lessons from Ireland and New Zealand, 2002 Jan 
1 12
2002-04. Plougmann, Peter and Per Kongshøj Madsen. Flexibility, employment development and active labour market policy in Denmark and Sweden in the 1990s, 2002 Jan 
1 12
2002-05. Schettkat, Ronald. Regulation in the Dutch and German economies at the roof of unemployment?, 2002 Jan 
1 12
2002-06. Schmitt, John and Jonathan Wadsworth. "Is the OECD jobs strategy behind US and British employment and unemployment succes in the 1990s?," 2002 Jan 
1 12
2002-07. Huebner Caridi, Christy. Keynes' inactive balances, the banking sector and effective demand, 2002 May 
1 12
2002-08. Slaughter, Matthew J. Does inward foreign direct investment contribute to skill upgrading in developing countries?, 2002 Jan 
1 13
2002-09. Schroeder, Susan K. A Minskian analysis of financial crisis in developing countries, 2002 Aug 
1 13
2002-10. Berg, Janine and Dante Contreras. Political-economic regime and the wage curve: evidence from Chile, 1957-1996, 2002 Aug 
1 13
2002-11. ─░lkkaracan, ─░pek and Raziye Selim. The role of unemployment in wage determination: further evidence on the wage curve from Turkey, 2002 Aug 
1 13
2002-12. Sayeed, Asad and Radhika Balakrishnan. Why do firms disintegrate? towards an understanding of the firm level decision to sub-contract and its impact on labor, 2002 Aug 
1 14
2002-13. Braunstein, Elissa and Gerald Epstein. Bargaining power and foreign direct investment in China: can 1.3 billion consumers tame the multinationals?, 2002 Aug 
1 14
2002-14. Berik, Günseli, Yana van Der Meulen Rodgers and Joseph E. Zveglich, Jr. Does trade promote gender wage equity? evidence from East Asia, 2002 Aug 
1 14
2002-15. Impullitti, Giammario and C. Matthias Rebmann. An agent-based model of wealth distribution, 2002 Sep 26 
1 14
2002-16. Pardo-Beltrán, Edgar. Effects of income distribution on growth, 2002 Nov 4 
1 15
2002-17. Baker, Dean, Andrew Glyn, David Howell and John Schmitt. Labor market institutions and unemployment: a critical assessment of the cross-country evidence, 2002 Nov 8 
1 15
2003-05. Huffschmid, Jörg. Economic policy obstacles to full employment and social cohesion in Europe, 2003 Oct 8 
1 15
2003-06. Kraev, Egor. Modelling macroeconomic and distributional impacts of stabilization and adjustment packages: current literature and challenges, 2003 Nov 28 
1 15
2004-01. Ekinci, Nazim K. and Korkut Erturk. Turkish currency crisis of 2000-2001, Revisited, 2004 Jan 13 
1 15

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Other papers 1999-2007 

Box Folder
By author 
Baker, Dean, Andrew Glyn, David Howell and John Schmitt. Unemployment and labor market institutions: the failure of the empirical case of deregulation, 2004 Sep 
1 16
Barbosa-Filho, Nelson H. and Lance Taylor. Distributive and demand cycles in the US economy - a structuralist Goodwin model, 2003 Jun 3 
1 16
Boratav, Korkut, A. Erinc Yeldan and Ahmet A. Köse. Globalization, distribution and social policy: Turkey, 1980-1998, 1999 Mar 
1 16
Chang, Ha-Joon and Chul-Gyue Yoo. The triumph of the rentiers? - the 1997 Korean crisis in a historical perspective, 1999 Nov 
1 16
Huebner Caridi, Christy. The relationship between credit expansion, inactive balances, and the capital stock, 2004 Aug 10 
1 16
Kraev, Egor. Financial accounting matrix and transaction matrices: a concise formalism for describing financial stock dynamics, 2004 Dec 1 
1 17
La Marca, Massimiliano. Real exchange rate, competitiveness and policy implications: a formal analysis of alternative macro models, 2004 May 24 
1 17
Milberg, William. Is the sky falling? questioning the conventional wisdom on the U.S. trade and budget deficits lecture, 2007 Mar 9 
2 5
Rada, Codrina and Lance Taylor. Empty sources of growth, and empirical replacements a la kaldor with some beef, 2004 Nov 10 
1 17
Taylor, Lance and Codrina Rada. Can the poor countries catch up? sources of growth accounting gives weak convergence for the early 21st Century, 2003 Jun 
1 17
Conferences 

Arranged chronologically.

Monetary policy and the labor market in the US, the Euro area and Japan, 2002 
1 18
2 1
Globalization and the myth of free trade, 2003 
2 2-3
Realistic growth policy for our times: a one day conference in memory of David Gordon, 2007 Apr 13 
2 4
Workshops, circa 1998-2004 
1 20
Rao, Mohan J. and Amitava Krishna Dutt. A decade of reforms: the Indian economy in the 1990s, circa 2002 
2 6
Dong, Xiao-Yuan, Fiona Macphail, Paul Bowles, and Samuel P.S. Ho. Gender segmentation at work in China's privatized rural industry: some evidence from Shandong and Jianngsu, 2004 Feb 16 Dong, Xiao-yuan, Paul Bowles, and Samuel P.S. Ho. Share ownership and employee attitudes: some evidence from China's post-privatization rural industry, 2002 Apr Dong, Xiao-yuan, Paul Bowles, and Samuel P.S. Ho. Managerial autonomy, firm objectivces and the role of local governments in post-privatisation rural China: some survey evidence, undated 
2 7
Public forum student papers, 2004 Nov 
2 8

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