Martin H. Wolfson

Affiliations: 
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, United States 
Area:
Labor Economics, Industrial and Labor Relations
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Rick E. Devries grad student 2000 Notre Dame
Samuel R. Pavel grad student 2001 Notre Dame
Daniel E. Saros grad student 2004 Notre Dame
Saibal Basu grad student 2010 Notre Dame
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Wolfson MH. (2014) Federal reserve priorities and the influence of capital: The evolution of monetary policy in the postwar period Banking, Monetary Policy and the Political Economy of Financial Regulation: Essays in the Tradition of Jane D'Arista. 34-46
Wolfson MH. (2012) Financial crises Handbook of Critical Issues in Finance. 93-97
Wolfson MH. (2012) Credit rationing The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, Second Edition. 115-120
Wolfson MH, Kotz DM. (2010) A reconceptualization of social structure of accumulation theory Contemporary Capitalism and Its Crises: Social Structure of Accumulation Theory For the 21st Century. 72-90
Wolfson MH. (2006) Neoliberalism and social security Review of Radical Political Economics. 38: 319-326
Kotz DM, Wolfson MH. (2004) Déjà vu all over again: The "new" economy in historical perspective Labor Studies Journal. 28: 25-44
Wolfson MH. (2003) Neoliberalism and the social structure of accumulation Review of Radical Political Economics. 35: 255-262
Wolfson MH. (2000) Neoliberalism and international financial instability Review of Radical Political Economics. 32: 369-378
Wolfson MH. (1996) Irving Fisher's debt-deflation theory: Its relevance to current conditions Cambridge Journal of Economics. 20: 315-333
Wolfson MH. (1995) Monetary policy, financial crises, and the business cycle: Implications of the change in Federal Reserve policy during the 1982–90 business-cycle expansion Review of Political Economy. 7: 344-359
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