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JULIUS V. WYLER
PAPERS, 1903-1959

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


Julius V. Wyler Papers
Biographical Sketch

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Julius Wyler, born August 9, 1891 in Basel, Switzerland, immigrated to the United States in 1941, arriving in New York City on the day of his fiftieth birthday. A month later, he joined the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research where he lectured for the next fifteen years on topics in statistics, economic research, national income, world economy, and United States industrial development.

In addition to his lecturing at the New School for Social Research, Wyler also participated in the Council of Research of the Institute of World Affairs of the New School from 1944 to 1951. He also worked with the Office of Strategic Services in 1941-1942 on a project dealing with the gross national product of nine belligerent countries, and spent another year 1943-1944 working at the National Bureau of Economic Research on a comprehensive survey of the national incomes of over thirty countries.

Before immigrating to the United States, Wyler served for twenty-five years in the Federal Statistical Office (Eidgenössische Statistische Amt) in Berne, Switzerland, working first as a statistical clerk and later promoted to Assistant Director of the Office. During his years at the Statistical Office, he reorganized and edited the Statistical Yearbook of Switzerland, headed the division of Vital Statistics, and was commissioned to head a study of the reorganization of the entire governmental statistics of Switzerland. He conducted numerous studies, many of which were published under the name of the Federal Statistical Office. Wyler also served as a guest lecturer to the Economic Division of the Faculty of Law at the University of Berne, giving classes on statistics, population, business cycles and national income. During the three years immediately preceding his emigration to the U.S., Wyler was granted a Rockefeller Research Fellowship for a study of the estimates of the balance of payments in the United States and Canada, also allowing him several months of study in the United States.

Julius Wyler died in 1959 in Forest Hills, New York, survived by his wife and one daughter, Eva.


Julius V. Wyler Papers
Chronology of Events

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1891August 9, born in Basel, Switzerland.
1911-1915Studied economics, philosophy and modern history at the universities of Basel, Bonn, Leipzig and Paris
1916Awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Basel, Switzerland, after completion of his doctoral thesis on Die Tontinen in Frankreich.
1916August, joined the Federal Statistical Office (Eidgenössische Statistische Amt) in Berne, Switzerland.
1916-1941Worked in the Eidgenössische Statistische Amt, first as a statistical clerk, and finally promoted to Assistant Director; also lectured as part of the economic division of the Faculty of Law at the University of Berne on statistics, population, business cycles and national income.
1917Reorganized the Statistical Yearbook of Switzerland, of which he was editor for 24 years.
1921Took over the division of Vital Statistics, working closely with medical advisers in the field of mortality statistics.
1928Commissioned to head a study of the reorganization of the entire governmental statistics of Switzerland.
1929Delegate of the Swiss Government at the International Conference in Paris on the classification of the causes of death.
1935-1936Involved in a study dealing with the estimation of the Swiss balance of payments.
1938-1941Granted a Rockefeller Research Fellowship for a study of the estimates of the balance of payments in the United States and Canada.
1941Emigrated to the United States; arrived on August 9.
1941-1956Member of the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research.
1941-1942November 1941 - July 1942, worked with the Economic Financial and Transit Department of the League of Nations in Princeton, New Jersey on studies in international trade.
1943-1944Collaboration with Professor Paul Studenski under the auspices of the National Bureau of Economic Research in the Compendium of National Income Estimates on a comprehensive survey of the national incomes of over thirty countries.
1944Received an assignment from the Office of Strategic Services, dealing with the gross national product of nine belligerent countries.
1948Appointed to Full Professor of the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research.
1956Retirement from the New School for Social Research.
1959Died in Forest Hills, New York.

Julius V. Wyler Papers
Scope and Content Note

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The Julius V. Wyler Papers consist of correspondence, publications by Wyler and other economists (in German and in English), and course and lecture notes from his years of teaching at the New School for Social Research in New York.

The collection has been divided into 6 series: 1) Biographical materials; 2) Correspondence files, 1940-1959; 3) Published and unpublished writings by Julius Wyler, 1916-1959; 4) Publications by others; 5) Pamphlets; and 6) Course and research notes and materials.

The largest part of the collection consists of Wyler's predominately handwritten lecture and course notes, which include several full-length texts of textbooks for courses he taught at the New School for Social Research, including Applied Statistics, Elementary General Statistics, National Income, and The Structure of the World Economy. Wyler's published writings include those written for the Federal Statistical Office (Eidgenössische Statistische Amt) in Berne, Switzerland, from 1916-1941, as well as publications in English and German from his years in the United States.


Julius V. Wyler Papers
Series Description

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Series 1: Biographical Materials. 3 file folders.

This series contains a brief biographical statement by Wyler, copies of his publication lists, and one brief newspaper article on the event of his 65th birthday.

Series 2: Correspondence Files, 1940-1959. 98 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains correspondence with administrators and colleagues at the New School for Social Research, including Alvin Johnson, Hans Neisser, Hans Simons, Hans Staudinger, as well as correspondence dealing with publications and with other scholars, including Naum Jasny, Felix Kaufmann, Simon Kuznets, and Paul Studenski.

Series 3: Published and Unpublished Writings by Julius V. Wyler, 1916-1959. 73 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains many of the published writings of Wyler, both from his years at the Federal Statistical Office (Eidgenössische Statistische Amt) in Switzlerand (in German, 1916-1940), as well as from his years in the United States (in English and in German, 1941-1959). This series also contains materials from the Council of Research of the Institute of World Affairs of the New School for Social Research and includes typescripts by Wyler and and other participants, 1944-1951. Also included in this section are course outlines and reading lists from courses taught by Wyler at the New School.

Series 4: Publications by Others. 66 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains primarily reprints by colleagues and other scholars, which were sent to Wyler.

Series 5: Pamphlets. 37 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains pamphlets, primarily on topics in economics.

Series 6: Course and research notes and materials. 91 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of folders, primarily of handwritten notes on various topics, both for courses taught by Wyler as well as topics of research for his publications. Included in this series are several full-length versions, primarily handwritten, of textbooks for courses taught by Wyler.


Julius V. Wyler Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical Materials

Box 1
Folder

1. Curriculum vitae.
2. Lists of publications.
3. Clipping.


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Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Correspondence Files, 1940-1959

Box 1 (continued)
Folder

4. Abelin, J., 1958.
5. Ackerman, George F. (EcoStat Research), 1949.
6. Amonn, A., 1958.
7. Baiman, Jerome, 1958; typescript.
8. Baran, Paul A., 1951.
9. Bergson, Abram, 1951, 1953.
10. Biske, Käthe, 1958.
11. Block, Herbert, 1953-1954.
12. Bode, Karl, 1941.
13. Braunschweig, Max, 1956.
14. Brokow, C. Miriam (Princeton University Press), 1959.
15. Bruschweiler, Carl, 1946-1954.
16. Buber, Martin, undated
17. Cohrssen, Hans R. L., 1941.
18. Colm, Gerhard, 1941.
19. Constantacatos, H. E., 1955.
20. Copeland, Morris A., 1941.
21. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1941-1951.
22. Derksen, J. B., 1945-1951.
23. Deyrup, Felicia J., 1950.
24. Doblin, Ernest M., 1943, 1946.
25. Dunn, Halbert L., 1941.
26. The Econometric Society (Alfred Cowles), 1942.
27. Giannone, Antonio, 1953-1954.
28. González Gorrondona, J. (Banco Central de Venezuela), 1956-1958.
29. Grob-Schmidt, Dora, 1956.
30. Grossmann, Eugen, 1941, 1947.
31. Gruenbaum, A. Ludwig, 1949.
32. Gumbel, Emil J., 1941, 1959.
33. Haberler, Gottfried, 1941-1944.
34. Heimann, Eduard, 1946-1956.
35. Hilgerdt, F., 1843.
36. Hirsch, Julius, 1948.
37. Hovde, Bryn J., 1946, 1948.
38. Hula, Erich, 1941, 1946.
39. Imler, Paul, undated
40. Jasny, Naum, 1947-1955.
41. Jaszi, George, 1945, 1951.
42. Johnson, Alvin, 1941-1955.
43. Journal of Political Economy, 1942.
44. Kafka, Fritz, 1941.
45. Kallen, Horace M., 1946.
46. Kapp, K. William (Ted), 1946-1954.
47. Kaufmann, Felix, 1941-1946. (see letter of Eugen Kullman)
48. Kern, Leo, 1956.
49. Kirk, Dudley, 1942.
50. Klein, L. R., 1945.
51. Kohn, Hans, 1943.
52. Koller, A., 1954-1955.
53. Konvitz, Milton R., 1954.
54. Kracauer, Friedel & Lili, 1950, 1956.
55. Kullmann, Eugen, 1949. (subject: Felix Kaufmann)
56. Kuznets, Simon, 1941-1954.
57. Landmann, Edith, 1948.
58. Legation of Switzerland, 1941-1942.
59. Loveday, A., 1941-1942.
60. Lowe, Adolph, 1941, 1950-1953.
61. MacGregor, Donald, 1944.
62. Marschak, Jacob, 1941-1944.
63. Mayer, Carl, 1948.
64. Meier, E., 1955, 1957.
65. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1942, 1953.
66. Neisser, Hans, 1947-1958.
67. New School for Social Research, 1940 (appointment letter).
68. Notestein, Frank W. (Princeton University), 1941.
69. Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1954.
70. Richter, J. H., 1954.
71. Riefler, Winfield W., 1941.
72. Rosenberg, A. (League of Nations), 1941, 1945.
73. Sachs, Alexander, 1944.
74. Salomon, Albert, 1942.
75. Schneider, Salome, 1942.
76. Schwarzmann, Rudolf, 1953, 1957.
77. Simons, Hans, 1942-1956.
78. Social Research, 1943-1944, 1952.
79. Solow, Herbert, 1941.
80. Sommer, Louise, 1950, 1953.
81. Speier, Hans, 1948.
82. Staudinger, Else, 1941.
83. Staudinger, Hans, 1943-1959.
84. Stolper, Wolfgang, 1941.
85. Strauss, Leo, 1943-1946.
86. Studenski, Paul, 1942-1955.
87. Tagliacozzo, Giorgio, 1944, 1949.
88. Thomas, Alfred F., 1944.
89. Triebow, 1957.
90. von Mises, [Ludwig], 1941.
91. Wagner, Valentin F., 1947-1956.
92. Weiller, Jean-S., 1944.
93. Weiss, Francis Joseph, 1948.
94. Wertheimer, Franz, 1952.
95. Wunderlich, Frieda, 1956.
96. Wyler, Alfred, 1956.
97. "Baby Boom" correspondence, 1957-1959.
98. "Soviet Union – National Budget" correspondence with the Handwörterbuch der Sozialwissenschaften, 1952-1954.
99. "Soviet Union – National Budget" – general correspondence, 1953-1954.
100. Recommendations, 1944, 1947, 1957.
101. Miscellaneous & unidentified, 1941-1957.


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Series 3: Published and unpublished writings by Julius V. Wyler, 1916-1958

Box 1 (continued)
Folder

102. Die Tontinen in Frankreich, 1916. Bound copy of Wyler's dissertation.
103. Bound copy of Wyler's articles published in the Zeitschrift für schweizerische Statistik & Volkswirtschaft, 1916-1918.
104. Bound copy of Wyler's articles published in the Zeitschrift für schweizerische Statistik & Volkswirtschaft, 1919-1920.
105. Die Demographie der Ausländer in der Schweiz, 1921.
106. Bound copy of Wyler's articles published in the Zeitschrift für schweizerische Statistik & Volkswirtschaft, 1921-1922.
107. Die schweizerische Bevölkerung unter dem Einflusse des Weltkrieges, 1922.
108. Das Übervölkerungsproblem der Schweiz, 1923.
109. Das schweizerische Volkseinkommen im Jahre 1924, 1927.
110. "Die Grenznutzenlehre und die Werttheorie Othmar Spanns." Reprint, 1928.
111. "Mathmatisch-statistischer Nachweis der langen Welle der Arbeitslosigkeit in der Nachkriegszeit" (with Manuel Saitzew). Reprint, 1930.
112. "Die 'subjektive' und die 'objektive' Seite der Grenznutzentheorie." Reprint, 1931.
113. "Geschichte der Sterbetafeln." Typescript, undated
114. "Darstellung und statistische Erfassung der Kapitalposten (Bestand, Erträge, Bewegung) in der Zahlungsbilanz." Bound typescript, 1939.
115. "Bemerkungen zum Bericht von Dr. J. Rosenwasser über die Stellung der Schweiz als Gläubiger- und Schuldnerland." Typescript, 1939.
116. Die Bevölkerung der Schweiz: Gebürtigkeit und Heimat, 1939.
117. "Zahlungsbilanz und Inflation" in Bericht über die Massnahmen zur Inflationsverhütung in der Schweiz. 1940.
118. "Die schweizerische Volkseinkommen." Reprint, 1941.
119. Review of Simon Kuznets, National Income and Its Composition, 1919-1938. Vol. I and II. Dec. 1942.
120. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
121. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944.1. United Kingdom." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
122. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944. 2. Canada." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
123. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944. 3. Australia." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
124. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944. 4. New Zealand." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
125. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944. 5. South Africa." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
126. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944. 6. Soviet Russia." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
127. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944. 7. Germany." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
128. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944. 8. Japan." Typescript, Sept. 1944.
129. "The Economic War Effort of the Allied Nations and the Axis Powers 1938 to 1944." Notes, tables. Typescript, Sept. 1944.

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Folder

1. "National Income, Economic Reality, Economic Theory." Typescript, ca. 1946-1947.
2. "The National Income of Soviet Russia." Reprint, Dec. 1946.
3. "National Income Estimates of Soviet Russia – their Distinguishing Characteristics and Problems" (with Paul Studenski). Reprints, typescript, May 1947.
4. "Die neueste Entwicklung der Volkseinkommensschätzungen." Reprint, 1948.
5. "Die Schätzungen des sowjetrussischen Volkseinkommens." Reprints, typescripts, 1951.
6. "The Share of Capital Investment in the Soviet National Expenditure." Typescript, 1952.
7. Review of Kurt B. Mayer, The Population of Switzerland. Typescript, 1952.
8. "Working Capital and Output." Reprints, Spring 1953.
9. "The Formation of the Swiss Democracy." Reprints, Summer 1953.
10. "Nationalbudget." Reprints, Feb. 1954.
11. "The Role of Government Product in National Income." Reprints, Summer 1959.
12. Review of Wilson H. Grabill, Clyde V. Kiser, Pascal K. Whelpton, The Fertility of American Women. Reprints, typescript, Autumn 1959.
13. "The Baby Boom Puzzle." Introduction, bibliography. Typescript, 1959.
14. "The Baby Boom Puzzle. Chapter One: Legitimate Fertility." Typescript, 1959.
15. "The Baby Boom Puzzle. Chapter Two: Family Size (Cohort Fertility)." Typescript, 1959.
16. "The Baby Boom Puzzle. Chapter Three: The Structure of the Families by the Number of Children (Parity Distribution)." Typescript, 1959.
17. "The Baby Boom Puzzle. Conclusions: Towards an Explanation of the Baby Boom." Typescript, 1959.

Folders 18-34: Papers prepared under the auspices of the Council of Research of the Institute of World Affairs of the New School for Social Research, by Julius Wyler and others, 1944-1951.
18. "Proposal for a Research Project on Industrialization and the Pattern of World Trade." Typescript, Dec. 9, 1944.
19. "Preliminary Report on the Research Project on Industrialization and the Pattern of World Trade." Typescript, undated
20. "First Progress Report of the Research Project on Industrialization and the Pattern of World Trade." Typescript, May 17, 1947.
21. Sumberg, Theodore A. "Strategic Factors of Industrialization." Typescripts, 1946-1947.
22. Wyler, Julius. "Notes on the Research Project on Industrialization." Typescript, Sept. 1947.
23. Wyler, Julius. "Considerations on the Research Project on the Process of Industrialization." Typescript, undated
24. Aubrey, Henry G. "Remarks to the drafts of Dr. Wyler and Mr. Somberg." Typescript, Oct. 1947.
25. Schatz, Sayre P. Untitled notes on the industrialization project. Typescript, undated
26. The Institute of World Affairs, NSSR. "Proposal for Two Research Projects in the Field of Economic Development." Typescript, Mar. 1949.
27. The Institute of World Affairs, NSSR. "Financing World Economic Development. A Survey of Research Problems." Typescript, June 1949.
28. The Institute of World Affairs, NSSR (Aubrey). "A New Outline of Development Problems." Typescript, Oct. 18, 1950.
29. "Industrialization and Foreign Trade – Germany." Typescript.
30. "Industrialization and Foreign Trade – United Kingdom." Typescript.
31. Wyler, Julius. "The Dynamics of American Industrialization." Typescript, mimeo.
32. Wyler, Julius. "The Dynamics of American Industrialization." Typescript, early versions.
33. Wyler, Julius. "The Industrial Development of the United States." Typescript, Spring 1949.
34. Aubrey, Henry G. "The Place of Small Industry in Economic Development. Research Project on Financing World Economic Development." Typescript, May 1951.

Folders 35-44: Course outlines, reading lists, handouts, etc. for courses taught by Wyler at the New School for Social Research
35. Applied Statistics / Elementary Statistics
36. Elementary Statistics – bibliographies.
37. General Statistics (I).
38. Industrial Development of the United States – outlines.
39. Industrial Development of the United States – tables.
40. Introduction to Economic Research – bibliography.
41. National Income and National Wealth.
42. Sources and Methods of Statistical Estimates.
43. Statistical Analysis of National Income and War Finance.
44. The Structure of the World Economy.


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Series 4: Publications by Others, Primarily Reprints

Box 3
Folder

1. Amonn, Alfred.
2. Arrow, Kenneth J.
3. Aubrey, Henry G.
4. Barnes, Leo.
5. Bauer, Walter.
6. Balassa, Bela A.
7. Benham, Frederic.
8. Biske, Käthe.
9. Bjerve, Petter Jakob.
10. Böhler, Eugen.
11. Brecht, Arnold.
12. Brown, H. P.
13. Burkhead, Jesse.
14. Cohn, Edmond N.
15. Copeland, M. A.
16. Dandekar, V. M.
17. Derksen, J. B. D.
18. Eynern, Gert von.
19. Fellner, Fréderic de.
20. Frankel, S. Herbert.
21. Ghosh, A.
22. Gini, Corrado.
23. Grunebaum, L. H.
24. Gumbel, Emil J.
25. Haavelmo, Trygve.
26. Hitschmann, Emil.
27. Horowitz, C. Morris. "Methods in Principles of Statistical Analysis." Mimeo. typescript.
28. Horvath, Barna.
29. Jasny, Naum.
** Jasny, Naum. "On the Wrong Track." Typescript, 1956 (oversized, filed in Box 4, Folder 1).
30. Johnson, Alvin.
31. Kallen, Horace M.
32. Kapp, K. William.
33. Kaufmann, Felix.
34. Kaufmann, George.
35. Keller, Wilhelm.
36. Krakauer, Siegfried.
37. Kull, Walter.
38. Kullmann, Eugen.
39. Landmann, Michael.
40. Littmann, Konrad.
41. Livi, Livio.
42. Lowe, Adolph.
43. Mayer, Hans.
44. Meyer, Julie.
45. Mombert, François.
46. Moore, Wilbert E.
47. Neisser, Hans.
48. Neumark, Fritz.
49. Predöhl, Andreas.
50. Redding, A. David.
51. Sauvy, A.
52. Schutz, Alfred.
53. Shirras, G. Findlay.
54. Shoup, Carl S.
55. Singh, Baljit.
56. Strauss, Ludwig.
57. Szmak, G. C.
** Tagliacrozzo, Giorgio. "Croce and Economic Liberalism." Mimeo. typescript, 1950. (oversized, filed in Box 4, Folder 2).
58. Tintner, Gerhard.
59. Welter, Erich.
60. Williams, K.
61. Winkler, Wilhelm.
62. Wood, Marshall K.
63. Wunderlich, Frieda.
64. Yardi, M. R.
65. Zurukzoglu, St.
66. Zwingli, Ulrich.


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Series 5: Pamphlets

Box 3 (continued)
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67. Fünfzig Jahre Institut für Weltwirtschaft an der Universität Kiel (1964).
68. Graduate Training in Economics. A Report on Panel Discussions at Yale (1956).
69. The International Finance Corporation (Aug. 10, 1956).
70. Das Kommunistische Manifest. Mit Vorreden von Karl Marx und Friedrich Engels (1919).
71. Political Economy in the Soviet Union (1944).
72. Bilkur, Sefik. National Economy of Turkey (1949).
73. Böhler, Eugen. Technik und Wirtschaft in den geistigen Entscheidungen der Gegenwart (1931).
74. Burns, Arthur F. Stepping Stones Towards the Future. Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the National Bureau of Economic Research (Mar. 1947).
75. Cowles Commission for Research in Economics. Report for 1947 (1947).
76. Cowles Commission for Research in Economics. Report for Period January 1, 1948 – June 30, 1949 (1949).
77. Cowles Commission for Research in Economics. Report for Period July 1, 1949 – June 30, 1950 (1950).
78. Cowles Commission for Research in Economics. Rational Decision-Making and Economic Behavior. 19th Annual Report July 1, 1950 – June 30, 1951 (1951).
79. Cowles Commission for Research in Economics. Report for Period July 1, 1952 – June 30, 1954 (1955).
80. Erdmann, Karl Dietrich. Wissenschaft im Dritten Reich (1967).
81. Guggenheim-Grünberg, Florence. Pfarrer Ulrich als Missionar im Surbtal (1953).
82. Head, J. G. The Welfare Foundations of Public Finance Theory (1965).
83. Herbertz, Richard. Philosophie und Einzelwissenschaften (1913).
84. IFO-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (München). Das Konjunturtest-Verfahren und seine wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bedeutung (1951).
85. International Association for Research into Income and Wealth. By-Laws. List of Members (Oct. 1953).
86. King, Gregory. Two Tracts (1936).
87. Knight, Frank H. Economic Freedom and Social Responsibility (1952).
88. League of Nations. Quantitative Trade Controls. Their Causes and Nature (1943).
89. Mayer, Kurt B. Economic Development and Population Growth in Rhode Island (1953).
90. McBride, Katherine. The Central Conflict in Present-Day Education: Its Psychological References (1948).
91. National Planning Association. Modernizing the American Economy (Dec. 1964).
92. National Tax Association. Preliminary Report of the Committee of the National Tax Association on Federal Taxation of Corporations (1938).
93. Patinkin, Don. Relative Prices, Say's Law and the Demand for Money, and The Indeterminacy of Absolute Prices in Classical Economic Theory (1949).
94. Plenge, Johann. Das System der Verkehrswirtschaft (1903).
95. Rist, Leonard. The European Common Market. Address by Leonard Rist, Economic Director of the World Bank to the Annual Meeting of the International Advertising Association, Inc. New York, May 16, 1958.
96. Steiger, A. Spittelers Sprachkunst. Zu Carl Spittelers 70. Geburtstage 24. April 1915 (1915).
97. U.S. Department of Commerce. American Direct Investments in Foreign Countries – 1936 (1938).
98. U.S. Department of Commerce (Amos E. Taylor). The Balance of International Payments of the United States in 1935 (1936).
99. U.S. Department of Commerce. Foreign Investments in the United States (1937).
100. U.S. Department of Commerce. Oversea Travel and Travel Expenditures in the Balance of International Payments of the United States 1919-38 (1939).
101. Wallace, H. A. Industrial Prices and Their Relative Flexibility (1935).
102. Werminghoff, Albert. Unsere Volkszahl in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart (1917).
103. Woytinsky, Emma S. Bibliography of the Writings of W. S. Woytinsky (May 1961).


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Series 6: Course and Research Notes and Materials

Box 4
Folder

1. Jasny, Naum. "On the Wrong Track." Typescript, 1956.
2. Tagliacrozzo, Giorgio. "Croce and Economic Liberalism." Mimeo. typescript, 1950.
3. Applied Statistics. Handwritten and typewritten text.
4. Applied Statistics – History of Statistics.
5. Applied Statistics – Labor, Manufacturing.
6. Applied Statistics – Materials, Population.
7. Applied Statistics – Questionnaire, Tables.
8. Elementary General Statistics. Typewritten and handwritten text.
9. Elementary Statistics – notes.
10. Elementary Statistics – Handouts, Tables.
11. Sources and Methods of Statistical Estimates.
12. Statistics – Calculations.
13. Statistics – I. Significance and Use. Handwritten text.
14. Statistics – II. Enumeration and Presentation. Handwritten text.
15. Statistics – III. Frequency Distribution and Averages. Handwritten and typewritten text.
16. Statistics – IV. Variability, Skewness and Kurtosis. Handwritten and typewritten text.
17. Statistics – V. Rates and Ratios. Handwritten text.
18. Statistics – VI. Index Numbers of Prices and Production. Handwritten text.
19. Statistics – VII. Correlation Simple and Linear. Handwritten text.
20. Statistics – VII. Correlation, Appendix. Handwritten text.
21. Statistics – VIII. Normal Frequency Distribution. Handwritten text.
22. Statistics, Mathematical.
23. Baby Boom – Excerpts 1: International, general.
24. Baby Boom – Excerpts 2: National.

Box 5
Folder

1. Baby Boom – International Statistics.
2. Baby Boom – Australia.
3. Baby Boom – France.
4. Baby Boom – Germany.
5. Baby Boom – Great Britain: Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland.
6. Baby Boom – Netherlands, Belgium.
7. Baby Boom – Scandinavia: Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland.
8. Baby Boom – United States.
9. Balance of Payments (1) – Switzerland.
10. Balance of Payments (2) – International Capital Movements Project, Geneva (1939).
11. Balance of Payments (3) – Canada, US.
12. Balance of Payments (3) – Australia.
13. Economic Research – Seminar notes.
14. History – Medieval Europe.
15. Industrialization – Capital.
16. Industrialization – Censuses, 1840-1870.
17. Industrialization, 1840-1880.
18. Industrialization – Census figures, 1849-1899.
19. Industrialization – Growth studies.
20. Industrialization – Hoffmann, Schlote, Zweig.
21. Industrialization – Machinery.
22. Industrialization – Output.
23. Industrialization – Productivity.
24. Industrialization – Texts, 1840-1937.

Box 6
Folder

1. Industrialization – UK machinery, trade
2. Industrialization – UK and Germany, comparisons.
3. Industrialization – World trade statistics.
4. Industrialization – Old texts.
5. Industrial Development – Agriculture.
6. Industrial Development – Automobiles, Petroleum.
7. Industrial Development – Building Materials.
8. Industrial Development – Colonial Times.
9. Industrial Development – Comparisons.
10. Industrial Development – Food.
11. Industrial Development – Horsepower.
12. Industrial Development – Iron and Steel.
13. Industrial Development – Periods.
14. Industrial Development – Regional.
15. Industrial Development – Shoes, Clothing.
16. Industrial Development – Textiles.
17. Industrial Development – Textiles, Europe.
18. Industrial Development – Technical.
19. Industrial Development – United Kingdom, Machinery and Trade.
20. International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, 1947-1951.
21. International Trade.
22. The Linguistic Character of East Prussia – Notes.
23. The Linguistic Character of East Prussia – text.
24. National Income – course notes.
25. National Income in Constant Prices.

Box 7
Folder

1. National Income. Typewritten text.
2. National Income – Indexes.
3. National Income and War Finances.
4. Reading notes, general.
5. Reading notes – Rostock, Hiltpold, Wunderlich.
6. The Structure of the World Economy. Handwritten and typewritten text.
7. The Structure of the World Economy. Deleted pages.
8. The Structure of the World Economy. Bibliography.
9. Statistical reports - Switzerland
10. Swiss Democracy.
11. Swiss Democracy, Habsburg. Clippings.
12. United Nations. Statistics of National Income and Expenditure (1951).
13. USSR – Consumption.
14. USSR – Early notes.
15. USSR – National Income.
16. USSR – Statistics.
17. USSR. Clippings.
18. Miscellaneous publications.


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