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L.C. Anderson and K. Carlson (1970) "A Monetarist Model for Economic Stabilization", Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Review, Vol. 52 (4), p.7-25.

L.C. Anderson and J.L. Jordan (1968) "Monetary and Fiscal Actions: A test of their relative importance in economic stabilization", Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, Vol. 50 (Nov), p.11-24.

A. Ando and F. Modigliani (1965) "The Relative Stability of Monetary Velocity and the Investment Multiplier", American Economic Review, Vol. 55, p.693-728.

J.W. Angell (1933) "Monetary Control and General Business Stabilization", in Economic Essays in Honor of Gustav Cassel. London: Allen and Unwin.

J.W. Angell (1936) The Behavior of Money. New York: McGraw-Hill.

G.C. Archibald (1969) "The Philips Curve and the Distribution of Unemployment", American Economic Review, Vol. 59 (2), p.124-9.

M.J. Bailey (1956) "The Welfare Cost of Inflationary Finance", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 64, p.93-110.

T.F. Bewley (1980) "The Optimum Quantity of Money", in J.H. Kareken and N. Wallace, Models of Monetary Economies, Minneapolis: Federal Reserve of Minneapolis.

T.F. Bewley (1983) "A Difficulty with the Optimum Quantity of Money", Econometrica, Vol. 51, p.1485-1504.

K. Brunner (1968) "The Role of Money and Monetary Policy", Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Review, Vol. 50, p.8-24.

K. Brunner (1970) "The Monetarist Revolution in Monetary Theory", Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, Vol. 105 (1), p.1-30.

K. Brunner (1981) "Controlling Monetary Aggregates", in Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Controlling Monetary Aggregates III, p.1-65.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1963) "Predicting Velocity: Implications for theory and policy", Journal of Finance, Vol. 18, p.319-54.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1964) "The Federal Reserve's Attachment to the Free Reserve Concept", Committe on Banking and Currency, U.S. Congress. As reprinted in Brunner and Meltzer, 1989.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1964) "Some Further Investigations of Demand and Supply Functions for Money", Journal of Finance, Vol. 19, p.240-83.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1968) "Liquidity Traps for Money, Bank Credit and Interest Rates", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 76 (1), p.1-37. Reprinted in Brunner and Meltzer, 1989.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1971) "A Monetarist Framework for Aggregative Analysis", Konstanzer Symposium on Monetary Theory and Monetary Policy, Vol. 1.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1972) "Friedman's Monetary Theory", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 80, p.837-51. Reprinted in Gordon, 1974.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1972) "Money, Debt and Economic Activity", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 80, p.951-77.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1976) "An Aggregative Theory for a Closed Economy", in J. Stein, editor, Monetarism. Amsterdam: North-Holland. Reprinted in Brunner and Meltzer, 1989.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1983) "Strategies and Tactics for Monetary Control", Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, Vol. 18, p.59-104.

K. Brunner and A.H. Meltzer (1989) Monetary Economics. Oxford: Blackwell.

P. Cagan (1956) "Monetary Dynamics of Hyperinflation", in M. Friedman, editor, Studies in the Quantity Theory of Money. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

P. Cagan (1965) Determinants and Effects of Changes in the Money Stock, 1875-1960. New York: Columbia University Press.

K.M. Carlson (1986) "A Monetarist Model for Economic Stabilization: Review and update", Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, Vol. 68 (Oct.), p.18-28.

J.L. Carr and M.R. Darby (1981) "The Role of Money Supply Shocks in the Short-Run Demand for Money", Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 8, 183-99.

G. Chow (1966) "On the Long-Run and Short-Run Demand for Money", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 74, p.111-31.

J.M. Culbertson (1960) "Friedman on the Lag in Effect of Monetary Policy", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 68, p.617-21.

L. Currie (1934) The Supply and Control of Money in the United States. Cambridge, Mass: ??

S. Fischer and F. Modigliani (1975) "Toward an Understanding of the Costs of Inflation", Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy. Vol. 15, p.5-41.

I. Fisher (1911) The Purchasing Power of Money: Its determination and relation to credit, interest and crises. New York: Macmillan.

I. Fisher (1923) "The Business Cycle Largely a "Dance of the Dollar"", Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 18, p.1024-8.

M. Friedman (1948) "A Monetary and Fiscal Framework for Economic Stability", American Economic Review, Vol. 38 (3), p.245-64. Reprinted in Friedman, 1953.

M. Friedman (1951) "Some Comments on the Significance of Labor Unions for Economic Policy", in D. McC. Wright, editor, The Impact of the Union. New York: Harcourt Brace.

M. Friedman (1951) "Commodity-Reserve Currency", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 59, p.203-32. Reprinted in Friedman, 1953.

M. Friedman (1953) Essays in Positive Economics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

M. Friedman (1956) "The Quantity Theory of Money: A restatement", in M. Friedman, editor, Studies in the Quantity Theory of Money. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Reprinted in Friedman, 1969.

M. Friedman (1957) A Theory of the Consumption Function. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

M. Friedman (1958) "The Supply of Money and Changes in Prices and Output", in The Relationship of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth. Washington, DC: U.S. Congress, Joint Economic Committee. Reprinted in Friedman, 1969.

M. Friedman (1959) A Program for Monetary Stability. New York: Fordham University Press.

M. Friedman (1959) "The Demand for Money: Some theoretical and empirical results", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 67 (4), p.327-51.

M. Friedman (1961) "The Lag in the Effect of Monetary Policy", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 69, p.447-66. Reprinted in Friedman, 1969.

M. Friedman (1962) Capitalism and Freedom. 1977 edition, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

M. Friedman (1962) "Should There be an Independent Monetary Authority?", in L.B. Yeager, editor, In Search of a Monetary Constitution. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

M. Friedman (1963) Inflation: Causes and consequences. New York: Asia Publishing House.

M. Friedman (1966) "Interest Rates and the Demand for Money", Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 9, p.71-85. Reprinted in Friedman, 1969.

M. Friedman (1966) "What Price Guideposts?", in G.P. Schultz, R.Z. Aliber, editors, Guildelines: Informal controls and the market place. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

M. Friedman (1968) "The Role of Monetary Policy", American Economic Review, Vol. 58, p.1-17. Reprinted in Friedman, 1969.

M. Friedman (1968) "Money: the Quantity Theory", International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, p.432-37. Reprinted in Friedman, 1969.

M. Friedman (1969) The Optimum Quantity of Money and Other Essays. London: Macmillan.

M. Friedman (1970) "Comment on Tobin", Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 74, p.318-27.

M. Friedman (1970) "A Theoretical Framework for Monetary Analysis", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 78 (2), p.193-238.

M. Friedman (1970) The Counter-Revolution in Monetary Theory. London: Institute of Economic Affairs.

M. Friedman (1971) "A Monetary Theory of National Income", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 79, p.323-37.

M. Friedman (1974) "Comments on the Critics", in Gordon, 1974.

M. Friedman (1974) Monetary Correction: A proposal for escalation clauses to reduce the cost of ending inflation. London: Institute of Economic Affairs.

M. Friedman (1976) "Comments on Tobin and Buiter", in J. Stein, editor, Monetarism, Amstedam: North-Holland.

M. Friedman (1977) "Inflation and Unemployment", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 85 (3), p.451-72.

M. Friedman (1984) "Monetary Policy: Tactics versus strategy", in Moore, editor, To Promote Prosperity. Stanford, Calif: Hoover Institute.

M. Friedman (1985) "The Case for Overhauling the Federal Reserve", Challenge, July/August, p.4-12.

M. Friedman (1987) "Quantity Theory of Money", in J. Eatwell, M. Milgate, P. Newman, editors, The New Palgrave: A dictionary of economics. London: Macmillan.

M. Friedman and R. Friedman (1980) Free to Choose: A personal statement. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

M. Friedman and D. Meiselman (1963) "The Relative Stability of Monetary Velocity and the Investment Multiplier in the United States, 1898-1958", in Commission on Money and Credit, Stabilization Policies. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

M. Friedman and A.J. Schwartz (1963) A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960. 1971 edition, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

M. Friedman and A.J. Schwartz (1963) "Money and Business Cycle", Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 30, p.32-64.

M. Friedman and A.J. Schwartz (1970) Monetary Statistics of the United States: Sources, methods. New York: Columbia University Press.

M. Friedman and A.J. Schwartz (1982) Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom: Their relations to income, prices and interest rates, 1876-1975. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

M. Friedman and A.J. Schwartz (1986) "Has Government Any Role in Money?", Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 17 (1), p.37-62.

S.M. Goldfeld (1976) "The Case of the Missing Money", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 3, p.683-730.

R.J. Gordon (1970) "The Recent Acceleration of Inflation and Its Lessons for the Future", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1, p.8-14.

R.J. Gordon (1971) "Inflation in Recession and Recovery", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 3, p.105-58.

R.J. Gordon (1972) "Wage-Price Controls and the Shifting Phillips Curve", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 3, p.385-421.

R.J. Gordon (1974), editor, Milton Friedman's Moneatry Framework: A debate with his critics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

R.J. Gordon (1975) "The Impact of Aggregate Demand on Prices", Brookings Papers on Economics Activity, 3, p.613-62.

J.M. Grandmont and Y. Younè³ (1973) "On the Efficiency of a Monetary Equilibrium", Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 40 (2), p.149-65.

C.W.J. Granger (1969) "Investigating Causal Relations by Econometric Models and Cross-Spectral Methods", Econometrica, Vol. 37, p.424-38.

J.G. Gurley and E.S. Shaw (1960) Money in a Theory of Finance. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution.

F.H. Hahn (1971) "Professor Friedman's Views on Money", Economica, Vol. 38, p.61-80.

F.H. Hahn (1980) "Monetarism and Economic Theory", Economica, Vol. 47, p.1-17.

F.H. Hahn (1984) "Why I am not a Monetarist" in Equilibrium and Macroeconomics. Cambridge, Mass: M.I.T. Press.

A.G. Hart (1935) "The Chicago Plan of Banking Reform", Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 2, p.104-16.

F.A. Hayek (1943) "A Commodity Reserve Currency", Economic Journal, Vol. ??, p.176-84.

F.A. Hayek (1978) Denationalization of Money: The argument refined. London: Institute of Economic Affairs.

F.A. Hayek (1979) "Toward a Free-Market Monetary System", Journal of Libertarian Studies, Vol. 3 (1), p.1-8.

D. Hendry and N. Ericsson (1991) "An Econometric Analysis of UK Money Demand in Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom", American Economic Review, Vol. 81, p.8-38.

J. Hicks. (1935) "A Suggestion for Simplifying the Theory of Money", Economica, Vol. 2 (1), p.1-19.

J. Hicks (1937) "Mr Keynes and the Classics: A suggested interpretation", Econometrica, Vol. 5, p.147-59.

A. Hirsch and N. de Marchi (1986) "Making a Case when Theory is Unfalsifiable: Friedman's Monetary History", Economics and Philosophy, Vol. 2, p.1-21.

J. Johannes and R. Rasche (1987) Controlling Growth of Monetary Aggregates. The Hague: Kluwer-Nijhoff.

H.G. Johnson (1971) "The Keynesian Revolution and the Monetarist Counter-Revolution", American Economic Review, Vol. 2, p.1-14.

J.P. Judd and J.L. Scadding (1982) "The Search for a Stable Money Demand Function: A survey of the post-1973 literature", Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 20, p.993-1023.

N. Kaldor (1960) "The Radcliffe Report", Review of Economics and Statistics, ???

N. Kaldor (1970) "The New Monetarism", Lloyds Bank Review, July, p.1-18.

N. Kaldor (1980) Origins of the New Monetarism. Cardiff: University of Cardiff Press.

N. Kaldor (1982) The Scourge of Monetarism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

J.H. Kareken and R.M. Solow (1963) "Lags in Monetary Policy", in Commission on Money and Credit, Stabilization Policy, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

H.G. Johnson (1971) "The Keynesian Revolution and the Monetarist Counter-Revolution", American Economic Review, Vol. 2, p.1-14.

D. Laidler (1966) "The Rate of Interest and the Demand for Money: Some empirical evidence", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 74, p.545-55.

D. Laidler (1973) "The Influence of Money on Real Income and Inflation: A simple model with some empirical tests for the United States, 1953-72", Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies, Vol. 41, p.367-95.

D. Laidler (1977) The Demand for Money: Theories, evidence and problems. 1985 edition, New York: Harper and Row.

D. Laidler (1982) Monetarist Perspectives. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

D. Laidler (1984) "The Buffer Stock Notion in Monetary Economics", Economic Journal, Vol. 94, p.17-33.

R.G. Lipsey (1960) "The Relation Between Unemployment and the Rate of Change of Money Wage Rates in the United Kingdom, 1862-1957: A further analysis", Economica, Vol. 27, p.1-31.

R.E. Lucas (1972) "Econometric Testing of the Natural Rate Hypothesis", in O. Eckstein, editor, Econometrics of Price Determination. Washington, DC: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Reprinted in Lucas, 1981.

R.E. Lucas, R.E. (1972) "Expectations and the Neutrality of Money". Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 4 (2), p.103-24. Reprinted in Lucas, 1981.

R.E. Lucas (1973) "Some International Evidence on Output-Inflation Trade-Offs", American Economic review, Vol.63 (3), p.326-34. Reprinted in Lucas, 1981.

R.E. Lucas (1976) "Econometric Policy Evaluation: A critique", Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, Vol. 1, p.19-46. Reprinted in Lucas, 1981.

R.E. Lucas (1981) Studies in Business Cycle Theory. 2nd Edition,1991. Cambridge, Mass: The M.I.T. Press.

R.E. Lucas and E.C. Prescott (1974) "Equilibrium Search and Unemployment", Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 7, p.188-209.

R.E. Lucas and T.J. Sargent (1979) "After Keynesian Macroeconomics", in After the Phillips Curve: Persistence of high inflation and high unemployment. Boston: Federal Reserve.

A.H. Meltzer (1963) "The Demand for Money: The evidence from time series", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 71, p.219-46.

L.W. Mints (1945) A History of Banking Theory. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

L.W. Mints (1950) Monetary Policy for a Competitive Society. New York: McGraw-Hill.

F. Modigliani (1977) "The Monetarist Controversy: or should we forsake stabilization policies?", American Economic Review, Vol. 67, p.1-19.

D.T. Mortenson (1970) "A Theory of Wage and Employment Dynamics" in Phelps, 1970.

D.T. Mortenson (1970) "Job Search, the Duration of Unemployment, and the Phillips Curve" in Phelps,1970.

J. Muth (1961) "Rational Expectations and the Theory of Price Movements", Econometrica, Vol. 29 (3), p.315-25.

A.M. Okun (1962) "Potential GNP: Its measurement and significance", in Proceedins of the Business and Economics Statistics Section, American Statistical Association. Washington, DC: American Statistical Association.

A.M. Okun (1978) "Efficient Disinflationary Policies", American Economic Review, Vol. 68 (2), p.348-52.

A.M. Okun (1981) Prices and Quantities: A macroeconomicanalysis.Washington, DC: Brookings Institution.

T.I. Palley (1992) "Milton Friedman and the Monetarist Counter-Revolution: A re-appraisal", New School Working Paper, No. 38.

D. Patinkin (1956) Money, Interest and Prices: An integration of monetary and value theory. 1965 edition, New York: Harper and Rowe.

D. Patinkin (1969) "The Chicago Tradition, the Quantity Theory and Friedman", Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 1, p.46-70. Reprinted in Patinkin, 1981.

D. Patinkin (1972) "Friedman on the Quantity Theory and Keynesian Economics", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 80, p.883-905. Reprinted in Gordon, 1974.

D. Patinkin (1981) Essays On and In the Chicago Tradition. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

J.M. Parkin (1975) "The Causes of Inflation: recent contributions and current controversies" in J.M. Parkin and A.R. Nobay, editors, Current Economic Problems. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

G.L. Perry (1966) Unemployment, Money Wage Rates and Inflation. Cambridge, Mass: M.I.T. Press.

G.L. Perry (1970) "Changing Labor Markets and Inflation", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1, p.411-441.

E.S. Phelps (1967) "Phillips Curves, Expectations of Inflation and Optimal Unemployment Over Time", Economica, Vol. 34, p.254-81.

E.S. Phelps (1968) "Money-Wage Dynamics and Labor-Market Equilibrium", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 76 (4), p.678-711.

E.S. Phelps (1970) editor, Microeconomic Foundations of Employment and Inflation Theory. New York: W.W. Norton.

E.S. Phelps (1972) Inflation Policy and Unemployment Theory: The cost-benefit approach to monetary planning. New York: W.W. Norton.

E.S. Phelps (1973) "Inflation in a Theory of Public Finance", Swedish Journal of Economics, Vol. 75, p.67-82.

A.W. Phillips (1958) "The Relation between Unemployment and the Rate of Change of Money Wage Rates in the United Kingdom, 1861-1957", Economica, Vol. 25, p.283-99.

A.C. Pigou (1933) The Theory of Unemployment. London: Macmillan.

W. Poole (1970) "Optimal Choice of Monetary Policy Instruments in a Simple Stochastic Macro Model", Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol.84, p.197-216.

P.A. Samuelson and R.M. Solow (1960) "Analytical Aspects of Anti-Inflation Policy", American Economic Review, Vol. 50 (2), p.177-94.

T.J. Sargent (1971) "A Note on the "Acceleration Controversy"", Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 3, p.721-25.

T.J. Sargent (1973) "Rational Expectations, the Real Rate of Interest and the Natural Rate of Unemployment", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2, p.429-72.

T.J. Sargent and N. Wallace (1975) ""Rational" Expectations, the Optimal Monetary Instrument and the Optimal Money Supply Rule", Journal of Political Economy. Vol. 83 (2), p.241-183.

T.J. Sargent and N. Wallace (1976) "Rational Expectations and the Theory of Economic Policy", Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 2, p.169-83.

A.J. Schwartz (1981) "Understanding 1929-33", in K.Brunner, editor, The Great Depression Revisited. Boston: Martinus-Nijhoff.

H.C. Simons (1934) "Positive Program for Laissez Faire: Some proposals for a liberal economic policy", Public Policy Pamplet. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Reprinted in Simons, 1948.

H.C. Simons (1936) "Rule versus Authorities in Monetary Policy", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 44 (1), p.1-30. Reprinted in Simons, 1948.

H.C. Simons (1948) Economic Policy for a Free Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

C.A. Sims (1972) "Money, Income and Causality", American Economic Review, Vol. 62 (4), p.540-52.

C.A. Sims (1980) "Comparison of Interwar and Postwar Business Cycles: Monetarism reconsidered", American Economic review, Vol. 90 (2), p.250-7.

R.M. Solow (1968) "Recent Controversy on the Theory of Inflation", in S. Rousseas, editor, Preoceedings of a Symposium on Inflation. Wilton, Conn: Kazanjian Economics Foundation.

R.M. Solow (1978) "Summary and Evalution", in After the Phillips Curve: Persistence of high inflation and high unemployment. Boston: Federal Reserve.

P. Temin (1976) Did Monetary Forces Cause the Great Depression?. New York: Norton.

J. Tobin (1963) "Commercial Banks as Creators of Money", in D. Carson, editor, Banking and Monetary Studies. Homewood, Ill.: Irwin.

J. Tobin (1965) "The Monetary Interpretation of History", American Economic Review, Vol. 55 (3), p.645-84.

J. Tobin (1970) "Money and Income: Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc?", Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 84 (2), p.301-17.

J. Tobin (1970) "Rejoinder to Friedman", Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 84, p.327-

J. Tobin (1972) "Friedman's Theoretical Framework", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 78 (6), p.853-63. Reprinted in Gordon, 1974.

J. Tobin. (1972) "Inflation and Unemployment", American Economic Review, Vol. 62, p.1-18.

J. Tobin (1980) Asset Accumulation and Economic Activity: Reflections on contemporary macroeconomic activity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

J. Tobin (1981) "The Monetarist Counter-Revolution Today: An appraisal", Economic Journal, Vol. 91 (1) p.29-42.

J. Tobin (1982) "Money and Finance in the Macroeconomic Process", Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 14 (2), p.171-204.

S.J. Turnovsky (1972) "The Expectations Hypothesis and the Aggregate Wage Equation: Some empirical evidence for Canada", Economica, Vol. 39, p.1-17.

S.J. Turnovsky and M.L. Wachter (1972) "A Test of the Expectations Hypothesis Using Directly Observed Wage and Price Expectations", Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 54, p.47-54.

M.L. Wachter (1976) "The Changing Cyclical Responsiveness of Wage Inflation", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1, p.115-59.

C. Warburton (1946) "The Misplaced Emphasis in Contemporary Business-Fluctuation Theory", Journal of Business of the University of Chicago, Vol. 19 (4), p.199-220. Reprinted in Warburton, 1966.

C. Warburton (1950) "The Monetary Disequilibrium Hypothesis", American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 10 (1), p.1-11. Reprinted in Warburton, 1966.

C. Warburton (1952) "How Much Variation in the Quantity of Money is Needed?", Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 18 (4), p.495-509. Reprinted in Warburton, 1966.

C. Warburton (1966) Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy: Selected papers, 1945-1953. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

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