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GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRE´ COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
JOSEF HERBERT FURTH
PAPERS, 1932-1981

(GER-036)

Photograph of J. Herbert Ehrmann, May 16, 1968
Photograph of J. Herbert Furth, May 16, 1968, Series 1: Biographical Material
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


J. Herbert Furth Papers
Biographical Sketch

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Josef Herbert Furth was born on October 12, 1899 in Vienna, Austria. His father, Emil Ritter von Fürth (1863-1911), was a lawyer and a member of Vienna's City Council, who pioneered in school and housing reform, while his mother, born Ernestine Kisch (1877-1946), was the founder and leader of the Austrian women's suffrage movement.

Furth attended schools in Vienna and graduated from the Gymnasium with honors in 1917, and immediately enlisted as a reserve officer in the Austrian army. After being severely wounded, Furth was discharged in 1918 and entered into the study of law and social sciences at the Universities of Vienna and Heidelberg, Germany, receiving his J.D. degree from the University of Vienna in 1921. After serving as a law clerk for a number of years, Furth was admitted to the Austrian bar in 1929. With the exception of one year (1931-1932), which Furth spent in the United States as a Rockefeller Fellow in Social Science, primarily studying at the Yale Institute of Human Relations, Furth practiced law in Vienna until forced to leave in 1938.

Immediately after being discharged from the army, Furth, together with friend Friedrich A. (von) Hayek (Nobel-prize winner in economics), founded the Association of Democratic Students in an effort to combat the increasing right- and left-wing extremism among Vienna's students. In 1921, while still students, Furth and Hayek formed an informal circle of young social scientists, most of whom, like Furth and von Hayek, later emigrated to the United States. This group, which met for 16 ½ years included such international scholars as economists Gottfried von Haberler, Fritz Machlup and Oskar Morgenstern, political scientist Eric Voegelin, sociologist Alfred Schütz, philosopher Felix Kaufmann, historian Friedrich Engel-Janosi, art historians Otto Benesch and Johannes Wilde, and mathematician Karl Menger.

In the fall of 1938 (shortly after Austria's annexation to Germany), Furth immigrated to the United States. He became a "special student" at Harvard during the year 1938-1939, after which he was appointed professor of economics at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania.

In the spring of 1943, Furth was asked to join the staff of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C. as an economic specialist, with the specific assignment of preparing Handbooks on money and banking for various European and Asian countries to be liberated by the Allied Forces. Three years later he became a permanent member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, and in time advanced to Senior Advisor on international finance and associate economist of the Federal Open-Market Committee, the policy-making body of the Federal Reserve system.

In addition to his duties at the Federal Reserve, Furth was a part-time lecturer in economics at The Catholic University (1945-1950), The American University (1950-1968), the International University of Luxembourg (1960, as a visiting professor of international finance), and the School of Advanced International Studies of The Johns Hopkins University (1968-1969). In 1949 Furth was "seconded" to the World Bank to accompany the newly appointed U.S. Commissioner for Germany, McCloy, and brief him on West Germany's international financial problems and to write a report on these problems.

In 1966 Furth retired from the Federal Reserve and joined the Foreign Service Institute (whose economic division he had helped to organize) as Faculty Associate in Residence. After 1972 he served as Faculty Associate Emeritus, still being asked to give lectures on international finance and history of economic thought.

Furth was married to Emma P. Kann since 1929 and had two sons, Helmut F., a lawyer of Short Hills, New Jersey and New York, and Werner F., associate director of the Martin-Marietta Laboratories of Baltimore, Maryland. Furth died in Chevy Chase, Maryland on March 6, 1995.


J. Herbert Furth Papers
Chronology of Events

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1899 Born on Oct. 12 in Vienna, Austria; father Emil Ritter von Fürth (1863-1911), a leader of the social reform movement in Vienna; mother Ernestine Kisch (1877-1946), the founder and leader of Austria's women's suffrage movement.
1917 Graduated with honors from Gymnasium in Vienna; joined the Austrian army.
1918 Was severely wounded and discharged from the army; founded the Association of Democratic Students with Friedrich A. von Hayek.
1918-1923 Studied law and economics at the University of Vienna, Austria.
1920 Studied law at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.
1921 Received Doctor of Jurisprudence degree with honors from the University of Vienna.
1921-1922 Secretary of the Viennese Labor Conciliation Board (Einigungsamt).
1923-1938 Practiced law in Vienna.
1929 Marriage to Emma P. Kann; became a member of the Austrian Bar.
1931-1932 Spent one year in the United States on socio-legal research as a Rockefeller Fellow in Social Science.
1938 Emigrated to the United States.
1938-1939 Attended Harvard University as a Special Student.
1939-1943 Professor of Economics, Lincoln University, Lincoln, PA.
1943-1967 Served as an economic specialist at the Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C.
1945-1950 Lecturer at Catholic University, Washington, D.C.
1948-1952 Chief of the Eastern European and Near Eastern Section of the Federal Reserve Board.
1949 Served as Consultant to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
1950-1966 Adjunct Professor (Lecturer) at The American University, Washington, D.C.
1952-1956 Chief of the Western European and Commonwealth Section of the Federal Reserve Board.
1956-1957 Chief of the International Financial Operations Section of the Federal Reserve Board.
1957-1960 Associate Adviser to the Federal Reserve Board.
1960 Visiting Professor, International University of Luxembourg.
1961-1964 Served as Adviser and Associate Economist to the Federal Open Market Committee of the Federal Reserve Board.
1964-1967 Consultant to the Federal Reserve Board.
1966 Retirement from the Federal Reserve Board.
1966-1974 Lecturer at the Foreign Service Institute.
1967-1968 Consultant to the State Department; staff member of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
March 6, 1995 Died in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

J. Herbert Furth Papers
Scope and Content Note

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The J. Herbert Furth Papers, 1932-1981, focus on two major aspects of Furth's life, his years of service on the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board (1943-1966), and his years of both private lecturing and teaching at American universities.

The collection is divided into seven series: 1) Biographical materials, correspondence re: employment; 2) Correspondence, 1937-1981; 3) Foreign Dollar Balances – Typescripts and correspondences, 1967-1973; 4) Reports and reviews prepared by J. Herbert Furth for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, 1944-1966; 5) Typescripts and published versions of essays, speeches and position papers, 1932-1981; 6) Typescripts of essays, papers by other authors; and 7) Course and lecture notes, 1942-1974. The materials are primarily in English, with some early typescripts and publications in German.

The highlights of the collection are the large volume of correspondence spanning nearly four and a half decades with many prominent economists of the time period, including lengthy correspondences with Friedrich A. von Hayek, Fritz Machlup and Gottfried Haberler. Also represented in the collection is a nearly complete collection of Furth's official papers written as an Economist for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, as well as his personal papers written for publication and lecturing events.


J. Herbert Furth Papers
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Biographical materials, correspondence re: employment, 1939-1974. 22 folders.

This series consists primarily of correspondence and contracts dealing with Furth's employment as an Economist at the Federal Reserve Board, and as a lecturer and professor at various U.S. universities, including Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, The American University and Catholic University in Washington, D.C., and the Foreign Service Institute in Washington, D.C. Also included in this series are several curriculum vitae and short biographical statements.

Series 2: Correspondence, 1937-1981. 208 folders, arranged alphabetically.

The largest part of the correspondence consists of correspondence with fellow economists, including a substantial amount with former Austrian émigrés Friedrich A. von Hayek, Gottfried Haberler, Fritz Machlup and Oscar Morgenstern. Also included among the correspondents are fellow economists from the Federal Reserve Board and other noted economists, such as: Frits J. de Jong, Alexander Gerschenkron, Ervin P. Hexner, Charles P. Kindleberger, Fred H. Klopstock, Miroslav Kriz, Arthur W. Marget, François Perroux, Walter S. Salant, Joseph Schumpeter, Wendell E. Thorne, Henry C. Wallich, C. Raymond Whittlesey, and Herbert T. Zassenhaus.

Series 3: Foreign Dollar Balances – Typescripts and correspondence, 1967-1973. 23 folders, typescripts arranged chronologically, followed by correspondence arranged alphabetically.

This series contains typescripts of the study Foreign Dollar Balances and the International Role of the Dollar, co-authored with Raymond F. Mikesell (1972). Included are typescripts of chapters, as well as a bound copy of the preliminary draft dated Dec. 1972. Also included in the series is extensive correspondence with co-author Raymond F. Mikesell and with Hal B. Lary of the National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., under whose auspices the study was published, as well as criticisms of the study by other economists.

Series 4: Reports and reviews prepared by J. Herbert Furth for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, 1944-1966. 75 folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains copies, both in typescript and final form, of Furth's studies conducted for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board and spans nearly the entire period of Furth's employment by the Federal Reserve Board.

Series 5: Typescripts and published versions of essays, speeches and position papers, 1932-1981. 181 folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains typescripts of Furth's numerous lectures and speeches, as well as typescripts of essays written for publication and reviews of works of other economists. Many of the speech texts are revised versions of position papers presented to the Federal Reserve Board. Whenever present in the collection, correspondence related to the lecture is included in the folder, as well as official clearances from the Board.

Series 6: Typescripts of essays, papers by other authors. 8 folders, arranged alphabetically.

Included in this series are typescripts of essays by other economists, which were sent to Furth for critical analysis and comment.

Series 7: Course and lecture notes, 1942-1974. 29 folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains lecture outlines, course notes, grading sheets and other course materials for courses taught by Furth at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, The Catholic University and The American University in Washington, D.C., The Johns Hopkins University in Maryland and the Foreign Service Institute in Washington.


J. Herbert Furth Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical materials, correspondence re: employment, 1939-1974

Box 1
Folder

1. Address lists.
2. Curriculum vitae, biographical statements.
3. List of publications, 1950-1969.
4. Memberships, certificates.
5. Photograph, 1968.
6. Retirement speech, Jan. 10, 1967.
7. Newspaper clippings.
8. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Correspondence, 1943-1968.
9. Department of State. Appointment forms, contracts, 1966-1968.
10. Department of State. Correspondence, 1949-1974.
11. Foreign Service Institute. Correspondence, 1971.
12. The American University. Correspondence, 1948-1966.
13. The Catholic University of America. Contracts, 1945, 1949.
14. Georgetown University, 1954-1960.
15. The Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies, 1960-1969.
16. Lincoln University, 1939-1959.
17. Senior Seminar on Foreign Policy, Foreign Service Institute, 1969.
18. SSRC Summer Research Training Institute, 1957.
19. Université Internationale de Sciences Comparées, 1960.
20. Verein für Alpenhotels GmbH, 1956-1963.

Oversize correspondence folders:
21. Hayek, Friedrich August von, 1937-1978.
22. Steff (= Martha Steffy Browne), 1972, 1980.


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Series 2: Correspondence, 1937-1981

Box 2
Folder

1. A – miscellaneous
2. Alon, Gabriel, 1969.
3. Altman, Oscar L., 1958, 1965.
4. American Defense, Harvard Group, 1943-1944.
5. American Economic Association (American Economic Review, Kenneth Boulding), 1940-1968.
6. Ames, Edward, 1954-1969.
7. Angell, James W., 1962.
8. Anker, Wallace R., 1968-1969.
9. Aschheim, Joseph, 1961.
10. B – miscellaneous
11. Balough, Thomas, 1951.
12. Barger, Harold, 1964.
13. Bennett, Jack, 1956.
14. Beschoar, John M., 1971.
15. Blumberg, Aryeh, 1967.
16. Bopp, Karl R., 1943-1958.
17. Borchardt, Knut, 1979.
18. Briefs, Goetz, 1950.
19. Brown, William Adams, Jr. (The Brookings Institution), 1952-1955.
20. Bryant, Ralph, 1966-1967.
21. C, D - miscellaneous
22. CDM (Coalition for a Democratic Majority; George C. Sponsler; Maria Thomas), 1974-1975.
23. Chamberlin, William Henry, 1951, 1958.
24. Cohen, Benjamin J., 1964.
25. Colm, Gerhard, 1955.
26. Committee for Economic Development (Alfred C. Neal), 1959.
27. Coombs, Charles A., 1953, 1958.
28. Coudenhove-Kalergi, Richard N., 1941.
29. Coulbois, Paul, 1961-1962.
30. Cover, John H., 1948-1966.
31. Cozens, Winifred, 1971.
32. Craver, Earlene, 1977.
33. Crowther, Sir Geoffrey (The Economist), 1953, 1958.
34. de Iongh, D. Crena, 1954.
35. de Jong, Frits J., 1960-1974.
36. de Mowbray, Guy, 1967-1968.
37. Dembitz, Lewis, 1947-1949.
38. Deming, Frederick L., 1965.
39. Duisenberg, W. F., 1965.
40. Duncombe, Bruce F., 1970-1971.
41. Dupriez, Léon H., 1961-1962.
42. E, F – miscellaneous
43. Ehrlich, Edna E., 1967.
44. Ellis, George H., 1957.
45. Ellis, Howard S., 1950-1954.
46. Elrod, Warrick E., Jr. (Foreign Service Economic Studies), 1965-1981.
47. Emminger, Otmar (Deutsche Bundesbank), 1960-1967.
48. Engel-Janosi, Friedrich, 1972-1975.
49. Exter, John, 1956.
50. Fayette, Jacques R., 1961.
51. Fisher, Allan G. B., 1964-1969.
52. FitzPatrick, Paul J., 1949-1955.
53. Fleming, J. Marcus, 1962.
54. Foa, Bruno, 1958.
55. Fousek, Peter, 1957-1959.
56. Frankfurter, Felix, 1938-1939.
57. Furth, Emma, 1938-1940.
58. Furth, Helmut J., 1966.
59. Fürth, Wilhelmine von, 1940-1941.
60. G – miscellaneous
61. Gainsbrugh, Martin R. (National Industrial Conference Board, Inc.), 1960-1961.
62. Garvy, George, 1966.
63. Gemmill, Robert F., 1967-1968.
64. Gerschenkron, Alexander, 1950-1969.
65. Goldstein, Henry N., 1964-1969.
66. Gollwieser, undated.
67. Gragnani, Carlo, 1956-1961.
68. Graham, Frank D., 1940, 1946.
69. Grossman, Gregory, 1949, 1956.
70. Grove, David L., 1952-1959.
71. Gude, Gilbert, 1957, 1967.
72. Gulick, Charles A., Jr., 1944.
73. H – miscellaneous
74. Haberler, Gottfried, 1951-1960.
75. Haberler, Gottfried, 1961-1979.
76. Halm, George N., 1971.
77. Handwörterbuch der Sozialwissenschaften, 1951-1952.
78. Hansen, Alvin H., 1941, 1964.
79. Harris, Seymour E., 1945-1946.
80. Harrod, Sir Roy, 1965.
81. Haugerud, Howard E., 1969-1970.
82. Havighurst, Clark C. (Law and Contemporary Problems), 1967-1969.
* Hayek, Friedrich August von, 1937-1978 (oversize folder, filed at end of Box 1).
83. Haythe, Madison H., 1961-1965.
84. Heatherington, Donald F., 1954.
85. Heginbetham, Erland, 1971.
86. Hexner, Ervin P., 1950-1966.
87. Higgins, Benjamin, 1949, undated.
88. Hirsch, Julius, 1959.
89. Hoctor, Thomas F., 1970-1971.
90. Holland, Robert, 1968.
91. Holmes, Alan R., 1965.
92. Holtrop, Marius W., 1954, 1967.
93. J, K – miscellaneous
94. Jasny, Naum, 1947.
95. Johnson, Alvin, 1938.
96. Jones, Homer, 1967-1969.
97. Journal of Economic History (Dorothy S. Brady), 1972-1973.
98. Kafka, Alexandre, 1965.
99. Kaplan, J. J. (Jack), 1955.
100. Katz, Samuel I., 1967, 1972.
101. Kaufmann, Felix, 1949.
102. Kerschagl, Richard, 1956-1957.
103. Kindleberger, Charles P., 1951-1970.
104. Klopstock, Fred H., 1947-1969.
105. Knapp, J. Burke, 1946-1947.
106. Knorr, Klaus, 1955.
107. Kriz, Miroslav, 1958-1967.
108. Kronstein, Heinrich, 1968.
109. L – miscellaneous
110. Lehman, Herbert H., 1941.
111. Letiche, John M., 1955, 1967.
112. Lewis, Anthony, 1972.
113. Liefmann-Keil, Elisabeth, 1959, undated.
114. Livingston, J. A. (Joe), 1965-1972.
115. Logue, Ruth, 1969.
116. Machlup, Fritz, 1938-1980.
117. Mann, Fritz Karl, 1948.
118. Mann, Maurice, 1969.
119. Marget, Arthur W., 1941-1961.
120. Marx, Daniel, Jr., 1955-1965.
121. Mason, Edward S., 1941, 1947.
122. Mason, Will E., 1959-1965.
123. Mayer, Helmut W., 1968-1970.
124. Mayio, Albert, 1957.
125. McLaughlin, James A., 1941.
126. Mendershausen, Horst, 1950.
127. Menger, Karl, 1979, undated.
128. Mintz, Ilse, 1970, 1973.
129. Mitchell, George W., 1965, undated.
130. Morgenstern, Oskar, 1939, 1948, 1958.
131. Mossé, Robert, 1968.
132. Mundell, Robert A. (Journal of Political Economy), 1970.
133. Myrdal, Gunnar, 1942.
134. N, O, P – miscellaneous
135. Nelson, Charles J., 1949, 1971.
136. Neumark, Fritz, 1960-1963.
137. Newman, Monroe, 1962.
138. Nurkse, Ragnar, 1949-1951.
139. Parker, William N., 1962.
140. Pauley, Bruce F., 1979.
141. Penninger, Philip E., 1971.
142. Pennsylvania Business Survey (Alice Warne), 1962-1963.
143. Perroux, François (Institut de Science Économique Appliquée), 1951-1961.
144. Pizer, Samuel, 1967.
145. Polak, Jacques J., 1946, 1967.
146. Polk, Judd (Council on Foreign Relations, Inc.), 1953.
147. Pollack, Gerald A., 1963.
148. Poullier, Jean-Pierre, 1962-1963.
149. Prochow, Herbert V., 1957-1961.
150. R, S - miscellaneous
151. Rainoni, A., 1967.
152. Reierson, Roy L., 1959-1960.
153. Reinstein, Jacques J. (Foreign Service Institute), 1965-1966.
154. Reynolds, Stephen, 1978.
155. Richter, J. H. (Hans), 1960-1969.
156. Robertson, James Louis, 1958-1972.
157. Rockefeller Foundation, 1969.
158. Röpke, Wilhelm, 1949-1957.
159. Roosa, Robert V., 1956-1967.
160. Roper, Don E., 1972.
161. Ruff, Gunther, 1966-1968.
162. Salant, Walter S., 1958-1966.
163. Salin, Edgar, 1960-1969.
164. Schmidt, Wilson, 1961, 1972.
165. Schmitz, Wolfgang, 1968-1970.
166. Schmölders, G., 1962-1963.
167. Schueller, George H., 1969.
168. Schumpeter, Joseph A., 1947, undated.
169. Solmen, Egon, 1958-1960.
170. Solomon, Frederic, 1976.
171. Solomon, Robert, 1953-1967.
172. Sprott, John T., 1968-1969.
173. Staehle, Hans, 1952.
* Steff (Browne?), 1972, 1980 (oversize, filed at end of Box 1).
174. Stolper, Gustav, 1942.
175. Sturc, Ernest, 1948-1953.
176. Szymczak, Matt S., 1954-1966.
177. T, U, V – miscellaneous
178. Thomas, Woodlief (Woody), 1949.
179. Thorne, Wendell E., 1947-1959.
180. Thorp, Willard L., 1954, 1958.
181. Tintner, Gerhard, 1956-1974.
182. Triffin, Robert, 1959, 1966.
183. Trued, Merlyn N., 1965.
184. Vaznaugh, F. S., 1969.
185. Vernon, Raymond, 1969.
186. Vocke, Wilhelm, 1950.
187. Voegelin, Eric, 1980.
188. Volcker, Paul A., 1969.
189. von der Lippe, Viktor Freiherr, 1961.
190. W-Z – miscellaneous
191. Wagner, Helmut R., 1975-1976.
192. Wallich, Henry C., 1951-1969.
193. Weisskopf, Walter A., 1981.
194. Weissman, R. L., 1963-1965.
195. Westebbe, Richard M., 1961-1962.
196. Whittlesey, C. Raymond, 1945-1965.
197. Widenman, Hans, 1969.
198. Willner, Robert T., 1971.
199. Wilson, Charles R., 1949.
200. Wood, Ralph, 1958.
201. Young, Ralph A., 1961-1968.
202. Zaglits, Oscar, 1959.
203. Zassenhaus, Herbert K., 1949-1961.
204. Zimmer-Lehmann, Georg, 1955-1967.
205. Zolotas, Xenophon, 1954, 1967.
206. Health insurance, 1955-1963.
207. Publishers, general correspondence.
208. Miscellaneous personal correspondence, 1952-1964.


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Series 3: Foreign Dollar Balances – Typescripts and correspondence, 1967-1973

Box 3
Folder

1. "Foreign Holdings of Liquid Dollar Assets" (Jan. 17, 1967). Early draft.
2. Foreign Dollar Balances: "Chapter II" (Apr. 1967).
3. Foreign Dollar Balances: "Introduction"; "Summary and Conclusions" (Sept. 1967).
4. Foreign Dollar Balances: "Chapter III" (Sept. 29, 1967).
5. Foreign Dollar Balances: "Note on Concept and Measurement of 'Additionality' of Foreign Euro-Dollar Balances" (Oct. 1967).
6. Foreign Dollar Balances: "Revised draft" (Mar. 1968).
7. Foreign Dollar Balances: "Statistical Tables" (undated).
8. "Foreign Dollar Balances and the U.S. Balance of Payments (A Prospectus of a Study by J. Herbert Furth and Raymond F. Mikesell)" (Sept. 15, 1969).
9. "Introduction to Seminar Discussion of Foreign Dollar Balances" (Aug. 12, 1970).
10. Mikesell, Raymond F. and J. Herbert Furth. Foreign Dollar Balances and the International Role of the Dollar. Bound typescript with the note "Preliminary and Confidential" (Dec. 1972).

Folders 11-23 – Correspondence and criticisms re: Foreign Dollar Balances and the International Role of the Dollar:
11. Lary, Hal B. (National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.), 1948-1958, 1966-1968.
12. Lary, Hal B., 1969-1974.
13. Mikesell, Raymond F., 1968-1969.
14. Mikesell, Raymond F., 1970.
15. Mikesell, Raymond F., 1971.
16. Mikesell, Raymond F., 1972-1973.
17. Cagan, P. Criticism of Mikesell/Furth, 1972.
18. Eldridge, Douglas H. Criticism of Mikesell/Furth, 1973.
19. Kindleberger, C.P. Criticism of Mikesell/Furth, 1968.
20. Klopstock, Fred H. Criticism of Mikesell/Furth, 1967.
21. Lederer, Walther. Criticism of Mikesell/Furth, 1972.
22. Sammons, Robert L. Criticism of Mikesell/Furth, 1972.
23. Stern, Carl H. Criticism of Mikesell/Furth, 1972.


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Series 4: Reports and reviews prepared by J. Herbert Furth for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, 1944-1966

Box 3 (continued)
Folder

24. "Problems of Austrian Finance" (Oct. 1944)
25. "The Greek Hyper-Inflation" (Oct. 1944).
26. "Stabilization of the Greek Currency" (Dec. 5, 1944).
27. "Financial Policy in Liberated Austria" (Jan. 1945).
28. "Money and Banking in Liberated Belgium" (Apr. 1945).
29. "Economic Relations Between the United States and Near Eastern Countries" (Apr. 30, 1945).
30. "Financial Problems of Liberated Europe" (May 1945).
31. "Yugoslavia. Economic and Financial Developments" (June 1946).
32. "German Assets in Austria" (Oct. 21, 1946).
33. "The Foreign Trade of the American and British Zones of Occupation" (July 1, 1947).
34. "Austria's Coal Imports – A Case Study in Postwar International Economic Arrangements" (Aug. 26, 1947).
35. "U.S. Economic Policy in Germany" (July 29, 1947).
36. "Germany and the Plan for European Economic Development" (Nov. 4, 1947).
37. "'Controlled Inflation' in Austria" (Oct. 7, 1947).
38. "Currency Reform in Austria" (Dec. 2, 1947).
39. "Greek Foreign Trade and Exchange Policies" (Dec. 16, 1947).
40. "Free Market versus Parity Rates" (Feb. 24, 1948).
41. "Austrian Finance" (June 1948).
42. "Currency Reform in Germany" (July 13, 1948).
43. "Some Thoughts on Import Restrictions" (Nov. 16, 1948).
44. "Domestic Effects of Currency Reform in Western Germany" (Mar. 8, 1949).
45. "Currency Conversion and Foreign Trade of Western Germany" (Mar. 29, 1949).
46. "Foreign Exchange Problems in Austria" (Sept. 13, 1949).
47. "Central Banking Policies and the Disequilibrium in the German Economy"/ "Revaluation of the Ruble" (Mar. 28, 1950).
48. "Economic Survey of Europe – Some Fragmentary Comments" (July 18, 1950).
49. "A Controlled Criticism of the German Experiment" (Feb. 13, 1951).
50. "Equilibrium and disequilibrium in the German Economy" (Apr. 10, 1951).
51. "A New Theory of Economic Development" (June 5, 1951).
52. "Austria – Prosperity and Inflation" (June 3, 1952).
53. "Recent Economic Developments in Western Europe" (Nov. 18, 1952).
54. "Monetary Stability and Currency Convertibility" (Dec. 6, 1952).
55. "Economic Survey of Postwar Europe" (June 30, 1953).
56. "The International Financial Position of the United Kingdom – Problems and Prospects" (July 7, 1953).
57. "Currency Convertibility and Monetary Policy" (Dec. 17, 1953).
58. "The International Financial Position of the United Kingdom, 1953 and 1925" (Feb. 2, 1954).
59. "The World Economy in 1954. The U.S. Economy in the World Economy" (Feb. 15, 1954).
60. "The International Financial Position of the United Kingdom – One Year Later" (May 11, 1954).
61. "The Balance of Payments of the Sterling Area in 1954" (Dec. 7, 1954).
62. "Financing of Residential Construction in Western Europe and Canada" (Mar. 15, 1955).
63. "Staff Study of Effects of Credit and Monetary Policy, 1952-54" (Apr. 11, 1955).
64. "Dip or Downturn? The U.K. Balance of Payments in 1954-55" (May 31, 1955).
65. "Comments on U.K. Proposal for Inter-Central Bank Financial Arrangements" (June 27, 1955).
66. "The European Monetary Agreement" (Sept. 6, 1955).
67. "One Year of Inflation: The U.K. Balance of Payments 1954-55" (Dec. 6, 1955).
68. "Indicators of Inflation in Western Europe, 1952-55" (May 1, 1956).
69. "International Relations of the Federal Reserve System" (Jan. 28, 1958).
70. "Recent Proposals to Reform the International Monetary Fund" (Mar. 18, 1958).
71. "Roy Harrod on the Role of Gold Today" (Aug. 19, 1958).
72. "Some Notes on United Nations Economics" (July 21, 1959); also published version.
73. "Recent Developments in International Finance" (Nov. 24, 1959).
74. "Professor Triffin and the Problem of International Monetary Reform" (Aug. 22, 1961).
75. "Problems of the U.S. Balance of International Payments" (Dec. 5, 1961).
76. "John Exeter and the U.S. Balance of Payments" (July 3, 1962).
77. "The U.S. Balance of International Payments" (Nov. 27, 1962).
78. "Comments on the Tobin Proposal to Reform the IMF" (Aug. 27, 1963).
79. "Some Problems of International Payments Reform" (Sept. 17, 1963).
80. "Problems of Reserve Currencies" (Oct. 30, 1963).
81. "Reform of the Reserve Currency System" (Dec. 27, 1963).
82. "The Role of Reserve Currencies in the Payments System" (Jan. 2, 1964).
83. "The 'Dual Basis' of the Payments System and 'Voluntary Abstinence' from Gold Conversion" (Jan. 8, 1964).
84. "Reserve Currencies in the International Payments System" (Feb. 10, 1964).
85. "U.S. Payments Deficit and Domestic Economy" (Feb. 25, 1964).
86. "Balance of Payments and Capital Movements" (May 1, 1964).
87. "The U.S. Balance of Payments – Present and Future." Speech text, Philadelphia Economists' Discussion Group, May 19, 1964; published version in Business Review (June 1964), 8-14.
88. "Dr. Holtrop on International Monetary Theory and Policy" (June 4, 1964).
89. "Balance of Payments and Monetary Policy." Federal Reserve Staff Discussion Group, July 23, 1964.
90. "Results of Discussion of International Liquidity." Committee on Banking and Credit Policy, July 28, 1964.
91. "The Machlup Report – A Critical Evaluation" (Dec. 2, 1964).
92. "Problems of Silver Coinage" (Dec. 3, 1964).
93. "Mr. Exeter on the U.S. Payments Deficit – II" (Apr. 27, 1965).
94. "Problems of Establishing New Types of Reserve Assets" (May 14, 1965).
95. "Official Proposals for International Monetary Reform" (Feb. 3, 1966).
96. "Creation of New Reserve Assets and the U.S. Interest" (Feb. 24, 1966).
97. "Measuring the U.S. Payments Imbalance – a Restatement" (Sept. 27, 1966).
98. "Examination of the work of the Division" (Dec. 30, 1966).


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Series 5: Typescripts and published versions of essays, speeches and position papers, 1932-1981

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1. "The Critical Period Before Bankruptcy." Published version in Yale Law Journal, XLI, No. 6 (Apr. 1932), 853-863.
2. "Das amerikanische Insolvenzverfahren außerhalb des Konkurses." Published version in Zentralblatt für die Juristische Praxis, No. 5 (1933), 337-380; continued in No. 6 (1933), 435-444.
3. "Juristisches Denken in Amerika." Published version in Oesterreichische Anwalts-Zeitung, X, No. 9, May 1, 1933, 166-168.
4. "Amerikanisches Konkursverfahren." Published version in Zentralblatt für die Juristische Praxis, No. 5 (1934), 321-355.
5. "Die Reform des Insolvenzwesens im Lichte der amerikanischen Rechtswissenschaft." Published version in Österreichische Richterzeitung, XXVII, No. 1 (Jan. 1934), 4-6.
6. "Die wirtschaftlichen Grundlagen des Ausgleichsrechtes." Published version in Juristishe Blätter, LXIV, No. 3, Feb. 2, 1935, 45-48.
7. "Oliver Wendell Holmes †." Published version in Internationales Anwaltsblatt, XXI, No. 2 (Apr. 1935), 49-50.
8. "Praktische Aufgaben der Rechtssoziologie." Published version in Zeitschrift für öffentliches Recht, XVII, No. 3 (1936), 273-286.
9. "A Note on Pure Competition." Typescript, ca. 1939.
10. "Economics of Price Cutting." Typescript, Apr. 8, 1939.
11. "The Development of Nazism in Central Europe." Typescript, ca. 1940.
12. "Maintenance of Recovery in Totalitarian States." Typescript, ca. 1940.
13. "Misconceptions of National Socialism." Text of speech, Lyons' Club, Oxford, PA, Feb. 2, 1940.
14. Untitled speech text, Rotary Club, Oxford, PA, Mar. 11, 1940.
15. Untitled speech text, Farmers' Club, Mar. 23, 1940.
16. "The American Gold Problem." Typescript, Oct. 31, 1940.
17. Untitled speech text, Rotary Club Kennet Square, Dec. 26, 1940.
18. "The United States and Europe." Newspaper clipping from The Lincolnian, Nov. 27, 1941, 2.
19. "Earnings and Employment in the Business Cycle." Published version in The Review of Economic Statistics, XXIV, No. 3 (Aug. 1942), 136-142.
20. "The Case for Trade Unions." Speech text, Oxford Rotary Club, Nov. 30, 1942.
21. "Chapel Talk," Lincoln University, Nov. 7, 1944.
22. "Breton Woods Agreement." Speech text, Oxford Rotary, Nov. 7, 1944.
23. "Capitalism: Achievements and Shortcomings." Speech text, King-Smith Studio, Mar. 7, 1945.
24. "Race Relations and Retail Trade in Chester County, Pennsylvania." Typescript, Nov. 12, 1945.
25. "Industrial Consolidations in Austria." Typescript, ca. 1947.
26. "Competition and Cooperation in the World Economy." Speech text, Howard University, Mar. 29, 1947.
27. "Currency Conversion and Repressed Inflation." Typescript, ca. Nov. 1949.
28. "Repressed Inflation and Currency Reform in Western Europe." Typescript, Nov. 22, 1949; published version in Portuguese as "Inflação Reprimida e Reforma Monetária na Alemanha Ocidental," Revista Brasileira de Economia, IV, No. 1 (Mar. 1950), 59-79.
29. "International Economic Problems of Western Germany." Speech text, Richmond Export-Import Club, Dec. 14, 1949.
30. Miscellaneous texts, 1950.
31. "The Case Against Discrimination." Typescript, ca. 1950.
32. "The Future of the Dollar Gap." Typescript, ca. 1950.
33. "Partial Disequilibrium and Monetary Policy." Typescript, ca. 1950.
34. "Financial Stability and Economic Progress." Typescript, Jan. 11, 1950.
35. "A Ação dos Bancos Centrais e o Equilíbrio Econômico," Portuguese translation of "Central Bank Policies and Economic Equilibrium" published in Revista Brasileira de Economia, IV, No. 4 (Dec. 1950), 43-70.
36. "Germany's Problems in Postwar Europe." Speech text, American Institute of Banking, Richmond, Mar. 28, 1950.
37. "Effects of Abolition of Exchange and Quantitative Trade Restrictions." Typescript, May 22, 1950.
38. "Central Banking and the Problems of Our Time." Draft of speech for Gov. Matt Szymczak, Aug. 3, 1950.
39. "Monetary Policy and the International Economy." Draft of speech for Gov. Matt Szymczak, Oct. 20, 1950.
40. "Notes on the Philosophical Basis of Monetary Policy." Draft of speech for Gov. Matt Szymczak, Nov. 1, 1950.
41. "The sterling problem and the principle of non-discrimination." Typescript, ca. 1951.
42. "Our Fight Against Inflation." Typescript, Mar. 5, 1951.
43. "Domestic Finance and International Balance in Germany." Typescript, Mar. 20, 1951.
44. Miscellaneous texts, 1952.
45. "Monetary Policy and Economic Equilibrium in Central Europe." Typescript, Mar. 1952.
46. "Monetary Aspects of International Economic Policy." Speech text, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Mar. 25, 1952.
47. "US Monetary Policy, 1951-52." Panel discussion, IMF, Apr. 17, 1952.
48. "Comments on Some Problems of Currency Convertibility." Speech text, American Economic Association, Chicago, Dec. 26-29, 1952.
49. "In Western Europe." Published version in The Conference Board Business Record, X, No. 1 (Jan. 1953), 19-21.
50. "Problems of Sterling Convertibility." Speech text, Brookings Institution, Jan. 29, 1953.
51. "Problems of Currency Convertibility." Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, Apr. 15, 1953.
52. "Problems of US Trade With Europe." Speech text, Minneapolis Economic Club, Apr. 30, 1953.
53. "Dollar Area and Sterling Area – A Case Study in Applied Theory of International Finance." Speech text, Federal Reserve Bank, Minneapolis, May 2, 1953.
54. "A Stock-taking of Bretton Woods Objectives – Discussion." Published version in American Economic Review (May 1953), 96-98.
55. "Yesterday is not Tomorrow – Effects of a U.S. Recession on the World Economy." Typescript, Oct. 16, 1953.
56. Miscellaneous texts, 1954.
57. "Problems of Convertibility." Speech text, Univ. of Chicago, Mar. 18, 1954.
58. "Notes on Some Problems of Convertibility." Typescript, July 15, 1954.
59. "Comments on Mr. Mendershausen's Paper on Convertibility and Economic Nationalism." Typescript, Sept. 8, 1954.
60. "The 'Balance-Sheet' Approach to Monetary Problems." Typescript, Sept. 22, 1954.
61. "Income Effect of Foreign Trade." Speech text, Georgetown Univ., Dec. 9, 1954.
62. Miscellaneous texts, 1955.
63. "Monetary Policy and the Perils of Prosperity." Typescript, ca. 1955.
64. "Financial Policy." Typescript, May 31, 1955.
65. "Cooperative Banking in the United States." Typescript, July 7, 1955.
66. "Commercial Banking in the United States." Typescript, Aug. 1955; published version in German as "Die Kommerzbanken in den Vereinigten Staaten," Wirtschaftsberichte, VIII, No. 26 (June 1956), 5-14.
67. "One Year of Inflation: The U.K. Balance of Payments in 1954-55." Speech text, Graduate School of Public Administration, Harvard University, Nov. 25, 1955.
68. Miscellaneous texts, 1966.
69. "Comments on State Department Draft on Foreign Reporting, Subchapter 230, Economic Development of Underdeveloped Areas." Typescript, Mar. 26, 1956.
70. "Financial Stability in Western Europe." Speech text, School of Advanced International Studies, Conference for Corporation Executives, Apr. 3, 1956.
71. "Notes sur quelques problèmes du développement économique." Published in Cahiers Série F 3, June 10, 1956, 1-16.
72. "Indicators of Inflation in Western Europe, 1952-1955." Published version in The Review of Economics and Statistics, No. 3 (Aug. 1956), 335-338.
73. Miscellaneous texts, 1957.
74. Miscellaneous texts, 1958.
75. "Chapter XIII: International Relations and the Federal Reserve System." Typescript of chapter for Prochnow book, June 1958.
76. "Federal Reserve and NAC." Typescript, Sept. 18, 1958.
77. "Draft Remarks for Governor Shepardson." Typescript, Oct. 1958.
78. "The United States Balance of Payments in the Recession." Speech text, Harvard Univ., Nov. 1958.
79. Miscellaneous texts, 1959.
80. "International Transactions." Typescript, Jan. 20, 1959.
81. "The Role of Gold in the United States Monetary System." Typescript, Feb. 16, 1959.
82. "Changes in Gold Reserves." Typescript, Mar. 2, 1959.
83. "International Economic Policies of NATO Members. Speech text, Atlantic Congress of Committee for Economic Development, London, Apr. 14, 1959.
84. Miscellaneous texts, 1960.
85. "The United States as a World Investor." Speech text, National Industrial Conference Board, New York, May 19, 1960.
86. "Unbalanced International Accounts: Diagnosis and Therapy." Typescript, July 19, 1960; published version The American Economic Review, LI, No. 2 (May 1961), 430-438.
87. "Comments on 'The Loan Policy of the Export-Import Bank'." Speech text, Southern Economic Association, Nov. 19, 1960.
88. "Measurement of U.S. Balance-of-Payments Deficit." Typescript, Nov. 14, 1960.
89. Miscellaneous texts, 1961.
90. "Capital movements, balance of payments, gold transfers, and interest-rate differences." Typescript, Mar. 3, 1961.
91. "Theory and Policy of Foreign Economic Aid." Typescript, Apr. 4, 1961.
92. "The International Position of the U.S. Dollar." Published in Current Problems of International Monetary Problems (Sept. 18-21, 1961).
93. "Das Federal-Reserve-System und sein Gebäude in Washington." Published in Die Bundesbank. Zeitschrift für die Bediensteten der Deutschen Bundesbank, No. 8 (Nov. 1961), 8-14.
94. "Problems of U.S. Balance of Payments." Typescript, Jan. 2, 1962.
95. "Federal Reserve Operations in Foreign Exchange." Typescript, Apr. 27, 1962.
96. "Problems of International Liquidity." Typescript, Nov. 5, 1962.
97. "International Finance and Federal Reserve." Typescript, Dec. 6, 1962.
98. "AEA Discussion Paper." Speech text, Pittsburgh, Dec. 29, 1962.
99. "Theorie und Politik der wirtschaftlichen Auslandshilfe." Published version in Handbuch der Finanzwissenschaft (Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1963), 156-183.
100. "International Functions of the Federal Reserve." Speech text, Brookings Fellows, Feb. 14, 1963.
101. "Additional comments on tax measures to reduce the U.S. payments deficit." Typescript, Mar. 18, 1963.
102. "International Monetary Equilibrium – Discussion." Published version in American Economic Review (May 1963), 144-146.
103. "Role of Gold in International Reserves." Typescript, May 15, 1963.
104. "Reserve Currencies as International Reserve Assets." Typescript, May 17, 1963.
105. "Remarks of Chairman William McC. Martin Before Georgetown University Bankers' Forum." Speech text, Oct. 5, 1963.
106. "International Liquidity – Problems and Solutions." Published version of speech, Economics Seminar, Pennsylvania State University, Nov. 5, 1963.
107. "The 'New Mix' and the Adjustment Process." Typescript, Jan. 6, 1964.
108. "Improvement of Reserve Currency Program." Typescript, Jan. 11, 1964.
109. "The Role of a stable Dollar in Expanding World Markets." Draft of speech for Gov. Mitchell, Feb. 6, 1964.
110. "Areas of Agreement among the 'Ten'." Typescript, Apr. 22, 1964.
111. "The U.S. Balance of International Payments." Speech text, Investment Bankers Association, Apr. 27, 1964.
112. "Problems of International Liquidity." Typescript, June 24, 1964.
113. "The U.S. Balance of Payments and International Capital Flows." Speech text for Gov. Robertson, June 30, 1964.
114. "Research Functions of International Finance Division." Typescript, July 2, 1964.
115. "Relations Between Federal Reserve and Treasury." Speech text, IMF trainees, July 31, 1964.
116. "International Developments and monetary policy." Published version in Business Conditions (Oct. 1964), 5-12.
117. "Capital Flows and Balance-of-Payments Policy." Speech draft for Gov. Mitchell, Dec. 23, 1964.
118. "Professor James on the Theory of Monetary Policy." Published version in Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, XXV, No. 1 / 2 (1965), 199-203.
119. "Monetary Policy and Balance of Payments." Speech text, Foreign Students Council, Jan. 27, 1965.
120. "The 'asymmetry' of the reserve-currency system." Typescript, Apr. 13, 1965.
121. "General Agreement on Balance-of-Payment Adjustments." Typescript, Apr. 16, 1965.
122. "New Challenges for Monetary Policy." Typescript, July 2, 1965.
123. "Evaluation of reserve currency system." Typescript, July 23, 1965.
124. "Question 3: Why do capital movements among industrial countries sometimes give rise to a transfer problem?" Typescript, Sept. 1, 1965.
125. "Comments on draft papers on monetary reform for submission to the Deputies of the Group of Ten." Typescript, Jan. 19, 1966.
126. "Problems of International Liquidity." Speech text, IMF Special Trainee Seminar, Jan. 20, 1966.
127. "Monetary Policy and International Economic Relations." Speech text, Foreign Students Council, Jan. 26, 1966.
128. "Das Bundes-Reserve-System in der Internationalen Finanzpolitik." Typescript, May 12, 1966.
129. "Limits of Monetary Policy." Typescript, Aug. 24, 1966.
130. "Should the U.S. Treasury Lower its Buying Price for Gold?" Typescript, Sept. 30, 1966.
131. "Domestic and international goals of monetary policy." Typescript, Dec. 23, 1966.
132. "International Responsibilities of the Federal Reserve." Typescript, Jan. 3, 1967.
133. "Once more: Rueff on gold." Typescript, Jan. 12, 1967.
134. "US payments deficit for 1966." Typescript, Jan. 24, 1967.
135. "On Taxing the Aged." Typescript, Aug. 7, 1967; clippings.
136. "Theory of Capital and Investment." Speech text, Economic Review, Aug. 24, 1967.
137. "Papers on Federal Reserve." Typescripts, Jan. 23-29, 1968.
138. "Problems of U.S. Investment in European Industrial Enterprises." Typescript, Aug. 1968.
139. "Barriers to Investment Abroad as Tools of Payment Policy." Speech text, Georgetown University, Sept. 26, 1968; published version in Law and Contemporary Problems (Winter 1969), 64-83.
140. "Some preliminary comments on the problem of 'shell' branches of US banks in the Bahamas." Typescript, Oct. 17, 1968.
141. "Short-term Capital Movements and US Payments Balance." Speech text, Harvard University, Oct. 21, 1968.
142. "'Shell' Branches and Subsidiaries of U.S. Banks in the Bahamas." Typescript, Oct. 24, 1968.
143. "Pros and Cons of the Crawling Peg." Typescript, 1969.
144. "Barriers to Investment Abroad as Tools of Payment Policy." Typescript, Feb. 1969.
145. "Outlook for the US Balance of Payments." Speech text, Industrial College, Feb. 7, 1969.

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1. "Introduction to International Economics – Outline." Typescript, Apr. 15, 1969.
2. "Comments on Proposal for a Central American Stabilization Fund by R. Triffin and R. N. Cooper (Yale University, 1968)." Typescript, June 13, 1969.
3. "International Economic Problems of Less Developed Countries." Typescript, Jan. 9, 1970.
4. "Comments on the Administration's Economic Program." Typescript, Aug. 16, 1971.
5. "International Dollar Liquidity and the Eurodollar Market." Typescript, Feb. 26, 1973.
6. "Problems of International Financial Policy." Speech text, Industrial War College, May 14, 1981.

Folders 7-36 – Reviews by Furth of works by others:
7. Brown, W.A., Jr. The International Gold Standard Reinterpreted (1940). Typescript.
8. van der Valk, H.M.H.A. Egalisatiefondsen en Monetaire Pollitiek in England en Nederland (Sept. 1947). Reprint.
9. Harmssen, G.W. Reparationen, Sozialprodukt, Lebensstandard: Versuch einer Wirtsschaftsbilanz (Dec. 1948). Reprint.
10. Kerschagel, Richard. Handelspolitik. Das Geld von heute. Abriss der Finanzwissenschaft (Sept. 1950). Typescript; reprint.
11. Economic Commission for Europe. Economic Survey of Europe in 1949 (Dec. 1950). Reprint.
12. Ellis, Howard S. The Economics of Freedom (1951). Proofs.
13. Kindleberger, Charles P. The Dollar Shortage (1951). Proofs.
14. Balough, T. Germany: An Experiment in "Planning" by the "Free" Price Mechanism; Roepke, Wilhelm. Ist die Deutsche Wirtschaftspolitik richtig? (Feb. 1952). Typescript; reprint.
15. Graf, Willi. Der Aussenhandel zwischen marktwirtschaftlich organisierten und zentralgeleiteten Volkswirtschaften (Feb. 1952). Typescript; reprint.
16. Hunold, Albert. Volksbeschäftigung, Inflation und Planwirtschaft (Aug. 1952). Typescript; reprint.
17. Economic Survey of Europe in 1950. Economic Survey of Europe in 1951 (Sept. 1952). Typescript; reprint.
18. Niehans, Jürg. Ausgleichsgesetze der Amerikanischen Zahlungsbilanz (June 1953). Typescript; reprint.
19. Mendershausen, Horst. Two Postwar Recoveries of the German Economy (1955). Typescript.
20. Papers and Proceedings of the First International Credit Conference. Vol. IV (Aug. 1955). Reprint.
21. Zijlstra, J. De Omloopssnelheid van het Geld en zijn Betekenis voor Geldwaarde en Monetair Evenwicht (1956). Reprint.
22. Grenander, U. and M. Rosenblatt. Statistical Analysis of Stationary Time Series (1957). Reprint.
23. Myrdal, Gunnar. An International Economy. Problems and Prospects (1957). Typescript.
24. Kessler, G. A. Monetair Evenwicht en Betalingsbalansevenwicht (1959). Reprint.
25. Chandler, Lester V. The Economics of Money and Banking (1960). Typescript; reprint.
26. Fritsch, Bruno. Geschichte und Theorie der amerikanischen Stabilisierungspolitik 1933-1939 / 1946-1953 (1960). Typescript; reprint.
27. Jacobsson, J. Some Monetary Problems – International and National (1960). Reprint.
28. Palyi, Melchior. Currencies at the Crossroads – Lessons of the European Currency Experiments (1960). Typescript; reprint.
29. Vernon, R. Trade Policy in Crisis (1960). Reprint.
30. Shannon, Ian. The Economic Functions of Gold (1962). Reprint.
31. James, Emile. Problèmes Monétaires d'Aujourd'hui (Jan. 13, 1965). Typescript.
32. Graebner, W. Die Wirkungsgrenzen der amerikanischen Notenbankpolitik (1968). Reprint.
33. "Comments on Treasury Paper on Exemption of Export Credits from Federal Reserve Voluntary Foreign Credit Restraint Programs." Typescript, Sept. 12, 1968.
34. Eagly, Robert V. (ed.). The Swedish Bullionist Controversy (1971). Typescript.
35. "Comments on draft on the Problem of the US Dollar" (Elrod). Typescript, Apr. 25, 1973.
36. "The International Monetary Fund, 1945-1965. Twenty Years of International Cooperation." Typescript, June 1973.


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37. Adams, F. Gerard / Helen B. Junz. "A Note on the Effect of the 1965-69 Boom in the United States on World Trade." Typescript, Sept. 25, 1970.
38. Duncombe, Bruce F. "Border Tax Adjustments and International Economic Advantage." Typescript, ca. 1970.
39. Machlup, Fritz. "Austrian Economics." Typescript, undated.
40. Machlup, Fritz. "Hayek, Friedrich August." Typescript, undated.
41. Marget, Arthur W. "Liszt und Parsifal." Typescript, undated.
42. Pauley, Bruce F. "Varieties of Austrian Anti-Semitism: From Empire to Republic." Speech text, May 25-26, 1979.
43. Robertson, J. L. "Remarks before the Independent Bankers Association of America." Speech text, Mar. 15, 1972.
44. Young, Ralph A. "Supplementary Note on Open Market Transactions in Foreign Exchange." Typescript, Apr. 13, 1962.


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Series 7: Course and lecture notes, 1942-1974

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45. Economic Policy I, 1942-1943.
46. Elementary Economics, 1942-1943.
47. Elementary Economics II, 1942-1943.
48. International Economics, 1942-1943.
49. Labor Economics, 1942-1943.
50. Government and Business, 1942-1943.
51. International Economic Policy, 1946-1947.
52. Economic Theory, 1946-1947.
53. History of Economic Thought. Catholic University, 1946-1950.
54. Mathematical Economics, 1947-1948.
55. European Recovery Problems, 1949-1950.
56. Theory of Economic (Business) Fluctuations. The American University, 1948-1961.
57. The International Monetary Order and the United States. Université Internationale de Sciences Comparées, Luxembourg, 1960.
58. Economic Growth and Development. The American University, 1951-1966.
59. Monetary Policy. Georgetown University, Spring 1960.
60. International Finance. Foreign Service Institute, 1966-1968.
61. International Finance. International Banking Seminar, Apr. 1967.
62. Introduction to International Economics, Summer 1968.
63. International Economics: Macro. School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, 1968-1969.
64. Introduction to International Economics. University of Michigan, Summers 1968, 1969.
65. Foreign Affairs Management Seminars, 1968-1969.
66. International Payments System. Foreign Service Institute, 1969-1971.
67. Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy. Foreign Service Institute, 1969-1972.
68. Introduction to International Economics. Foreign Service Institute, Summers 1969, 1972.
69. Introduction to International Economics. Foreign Service Institute, Summer 1973.
70. International Economics II, 1971-1972.
71. The American Economy. Foreign Service Institute, 1969-1972.
72. History of Economic Thought. Foreign Service Institute, 1969-1974.
73. Trade Expansion Seminars. Foreign Service Institute, 1972-1975.


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