Milton Friedman

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
"Milton Friedman"

1976 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics


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Harold Hotelling research assistant 1933-1934 Columbia
Henry Schultz research assistant 1934-1935 Chicago
Simon Kuznets grad student 1946 Columbia


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G. Warren Nutter grad student Chicago
George Borts grad student 1953 Chicago (PoliSci Tree)
Phillip D. Cagan grad student 1954 Chicago
Harry Max Markowitz grad student 1954 Chicago
Lester G. Telser grad student 1956 Chicago
John J. Mccall grad student 1959 Chicago
Neil Wallace grad student 1964 Chicago
Sam Peltzman grad student 1965 Chicago
Douglas Adie grad student 1968 Chicago (E-Tree)
Michael R. Darby grad student 1970 Chicago
Michael D. Bordo grad student 1972 Chicago


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Anna Schwartz collaborator 1947-1982
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Friedman M. (2005) A natural experiment in monetary policy covering three episodes of growth and decline in the economy and the stock market Journal of Economic Perspectives. 19: 145-150
Buchanan JM, Debreu G, Klein LR, et al. (2001) The most significant contributions to economics during the twentieth century: lists of the Nobel laureates European Journal of the History of Economic Thought. 8: 289-297
Friedman M. (1994) National Science Foundation Grants for Economics: Correspondence Journal of Economic Perspectives. 8: 199-200
Friedman M. (1991) Old Wine in New Bottles The Economic Journal. 101: 33-40
DARBY MR, POOLE W, LINDSEY DE, et al. (1987) RECENT BEHAVIOR OF THE VELOCITY OF MONEY Contemporary Economic Policy. 5: 1-33
Friedman M. (1986) Economists and Economic Policy Economic Inquiry. 24: 1-10
Friedman M, Schwartz AJ. (1986) Has Government Any Role in Money Journal of Monetary Economics. 17: 37-62
Friedman M. (1984) Financial Futures Markets and Tabular Standards Journal of Political Economy. 92: 165-167
Friedman M, Schwartz AJ. (1983) Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom: Their Relation to Income, Prices, and Interest Rates, 1867-1975. Economica. 51: 205
Friedman M. (1983) A Monetarist View. Journal of Economic Education. 14: 44-55
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