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Guide to the Graduate Faculty Political Economy working papers, 1988-1994

Collection Overview

Repository

New School Collections

Collection Identifier

NS.02.23.03

Creator - Associated name

Amsden, Alice H., (Alice Hoffenberg)

Creator - Associated name

Gordon, David M.

Creator

New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Graduate Faculty.

Creator

New School University. Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science.

Title

Graduate Faculty Political Economy working papers, 1988-1994

Extent

1.1 linear ft: 1 box

Language of Materials note

All papers in English.

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Graduate Faculty Political Economy working papers, NS.02.23.03, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

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Historical note

The Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research offered interdisciplinary study of political economy in classical and Marxian versions. The Committee on Political Economy was formed to give students the tools to integrate the distinct disciplinary approaches of politics and economics to study and analyze social behavior. By the 1993-1994 academic year, Alice H. Amsden served as chairperson of the committee. Faculty members on the committee included David M. Gordon, Ira Katznelson, James A. Krauskopf, Edward J. Nell, David Plotke, Lance Taylor, and Charles Tilly. __

Source:

New School (New York, N.Y.). Graduate Faculty 1993 -1994 Vol. 50 No. 7. 31 May 1993. New School course catalogs; New School for Social Research. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive, accessed 1 Apr 2016.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection consists of working papers, numbered 1-56 (with some gaps in numbering), originating from the Committee on Political Economy of the New School for Social Research. The numbers were assigned by the Committee and follow a rough chronological order. Authors include Thomas I. Palley, David M. Gordon, Willi Semmler, and Alice H. Amsden.

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Organization and Arrangement

This collection is arranged in numerical order with numbers assigned by the issuing body. There are several gaps in numbering, very likely indicating that papers are missing from the series.

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Administrative Information

Jennifer Ulrich, June 2015

Publication Information

New School Collections - April 1, 2016

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

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Graduate Faculty Political Economy working papers, NS.02.23.03, 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, 2014.

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Keywords for Searching Related Subjects

Genre(s)

  • Manuscripts.

Subject(s)

  • Economic policy.
  • Economics

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder
1. Flaschel, Peter and Willi Semmler. On the stability properties of classical and keynesian microdynamic adjustment processes, 1988 Jan 
1 1
4. Franke, Reiner and Willi Semmler. A dynamical macroeconomic growth model with external financing of firms: a numerical stability analysis, 1988 Oct 
1 1
5. Gordon , David M. What makes epochs? A comparative analysis of technological and social explanations of long economic swings, 1989 
1 1
6. Bowles, Samuel, David M. Gordon, and Thomas Weisskopf. Business ascendancy and economic impasse: a structural retrospective on conservative economics 1979-1987, 1988 Apr 
1 1
7. Juillard , Michel. A reproduction scheme for the U.S. 1950-1980, 1988 Sep 
1 2
8. Gordon, David M. Kaldor's macro system: too much cumulation, too few contradictions, 1988 Oct 
1 2
10. Gordon, David M. Inside and outside the long swing: the endogeneity/exogeneity debate and the social structures of accumulation approach, 1991 
1 2
11. Semmler, Willi and Malte Sieveking. Nonlinear liquidity - growth dynamics with bankruptcy risk, 1989 Feb 
1 2
12. Gordon, David M., Thomas E. Weisskopf and Samuel Bowles. Power, profits, and investment: the postwar social structure of accumulation and the stagnation of U.S. net investment since the mid-1960s, 1989 Dec 
1 2
12. Gordon, David M., Thomas E. Weisskopf and Samuel Bowles. Power, profits, and investment: an institutionalist explanation of the stagnation of U.S. net investment since the mid-1960s, 1993 Jan 
1 2
13. Silva, Ednaldo A. da. Wage-profit curves in Brazil: an input-output analysis with fixed capital, 1989 Dec 
1 3
14. Berik, Günseli and Nilüfer Ça─čatay. Economic development and gender segregation in Turkish manufacturing, 1989 Nov 
1 3
15. Sieveking, Malte and Willi Semmler. Optimization without planning: economic growth and resource exploitation with a discount rate tending to infinity, 1990 May 
1 3
16. Gordon, David M. Who bosses whom? The intensity of supervision and the discipline of labor, 1990 Jan 
1 3
17. Bertoldi, M. A regulationist model of export-led growth, undated 
1 3
18. Nell, Edward J. The standard commodity and the measure of value, 1990 Dec 
1 3
19. Berik, Günseli. Whatever happened to alleviating gender inequality? The policy of expanding income-eaming opportunities for poor women in the third world, 1990 Aug 
1 4
20. Bienenfeld, Mel. A note on the non-keynesian results of Sargent's keynesian dynamics, undated 
1 4
21. Kurz, Heinz and Neri Salvadori. Morishima on Ricardo: a review article, undated 
1 4
22. Nell, Edward J. Demand and capacity in capitalism and socialism, undated 
1 4
23. Elmslie, Bruce and William Milberg. International trade and factor intensity uniformity: an empirical test, 1991 Apr 10 
1 4
24. Semmler, Willi and Reiner Franke. Finance, profit expectations, and investment in the business cycle: theories and empirical evidence, 1991 Jan 
1 5
25. Shaikh, Anwar M. Competition and exchange rates: theory and empirical evidence, 1991 Dec 16 (Revised 1994 Nov) 
1 5
26. Kurz, Heinz and Neri Salvadori. The non-substitution theorem reconsidered, undated 
1 5
27. Amsden, Alice H. A descriptive theory of government intervention in late industrialization, undated 
1 5
28. Gordon, David M. Putting the horse (back) before the cart: disentangling the macro relationship between investment and saving, 1991 Dec 
1 5
29. Gordon, David M. From the 'drive system' to the 'capital-labor accord' in the United States: econometric tests for the transition between productivity regimes, 1993 Feb 
1 6
30. Gordon, David M. Growth, distribution and the rules of the game: left structuralist macro foundations for a democratic economic policy, 1992 Aug 
1 6
31. Amsden, Alice H. and Takashi Hikino. Borrowing technology or innovating: an exploration of two paths to industrial development, 1991 Sep 
1 6
32. Palley, Thomas I. Competing views of the money supply process: theory and evidence, 1991 Nov (Revised 1992 Apr) 
1 6
33. Palley, Thomas I. Monopolistic competition, involuntary unemployment, and flexible nominal wages, 1991 Oct 
1 6
34. Palley, Thomas I. Underconsumption and the accumulation motive, 1991 Nov 
1 7
35. Franke, Reiner and Willi Semmler. Trend and cycles in the corporate debt-asset ratio: a theoretical note, undated 
1 7
36. Amsden, Alice H. Big business-focused industrialization in South Korea, 1992 Oct 
1 7
37. Amsden, Alice H. Can Eastern Europe compete by 'getting the prices right?', 1992 Jul 
1 7
38. Palley, Thomas I. Milton Friedman and the monetarist counter-revolution: a re-appraisal, undated 
1 8
39. Palley, Thomas I. Financial intermediation, interest fate floors, and the IS/LM model, undated 
1 8
40. Palley, Thomas I. Continua versus gravity points: the keynesian revolution in equilibrium economics, undated 
1 8
41. Palley, Thomas I. The theory of interest rates revisited: beyond the keynes-davidson synthesis of liquidity preference and loanable funds theory, undated 
1 8
42. Hikino, Takashi and Alice H. Amsden. Staying behind, stumbling back, sneaking up, soaring ahead: late industrialization in historical perspective, 1993 
1 8
43. Gordon, David M. Putting heterodox macro to the test: comparing post-keynesian, marxian, and social structualist macroeconomietric models of the postwar U.S. economy, 1993 Jan 
1 9
44. Gordon, David M. Chickens home to roost: from prosperity to stagnation in the postwar U.S. economy, 1993 Aug 
1 9
45. Amsden, Alice H. Income distribution, rent seeking, and the disciplinary state, 1993 Oct 
1 9
46. Taylor, Lance. The market met its match: lessons for the future from the transition's initial years, 1993 Sep 
1 9
47. Amsden, Alice H. Why isn't the whole world experimenting with the East Asian model to develop?: a review of the world bank's 'the East Asian miracle: economic growth and public policy', undated 
1 10
48. Amsden, Alice H. and Takashi Hikino. Project execution capability, organizational know-how, and conglomerate corporate growth in late industrialization, undated 
1 10
49. Gordon, David M. Bosses of different stripes: monitoring and supervision across the advanced economies, 1994 Jan 
1 10
52. Semmler, Willi and Malte Sieveking. External finance and critical foreign debt, undated 
1 10
53. Asada, Toichiro and Willi Semmler. Imperfect capital markets, growth and finance of the firm: an intertemporal model, 1994 Mar 
1 10
54. Greiner, Alfred and Willi Semmler. Endogenous technical change through investment and learning, undated 
1 11
55. Franke, Reiner and Willi Semmler. Bond rate, loan rate and tobin's q in a temporary equilibrium model of the financial sector, 1994 Nov 
1 11
56. Semmler, Willi and Gang Gong. Estimating and evaluating equilibrium business cycle models, 1994 Nov 
1 11

Collection Guide Last Updated: 02/28/2017

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