Register of the Yale Brozen papers

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Collection Summary

Title: Yale Brozen papers
Date (inclusive): 1942-1988
Creator: Brozen, Yale, 1917-
Collection Number: 80119
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Language of Material: The collection is in English.
Collection Size: 9 manuscript boxes (3.8 linear feet)
Abstract: Speeches, writings, correspondence, and course materials related to economic theory, economic conditions in the United States, and governmental economic policy.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

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Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1980.

Accruals

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Biographical Note

1917 Born, Kansas City, Missouri
1936 A.A., Kansas City Community College
1938 B.A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1939 B.A., University of Chicago
1940-1941 Assistant professor of social and physical science, University of Florida
1941-1944 Assistant professor of economics., Illinois Institute of Technology
1942 Ph.D. in economics, University of Chicago
1942-1943 Director, Radar and Telephone Maintenance Training Program, Army Signal Corps
1944-1946 Associate professor, Illinois Institute of Technology
1946-1947 Associate professor of economics, University of Minnesota
1947-1957 Professor of engineering economics, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
1951 Consultant, President's Materials Policy Commission
1952 Consultant, Antitrust Division, United States Department of Justice
1954 Visiting professor of economics, Sao Paulo, Brazil
1954- Consultant, National Science Foundation
1956-1963 Consultant, State Department
1957-1959 Director, Research Transportation Center
1957-1987 Professor of business economics, University of Chicago
1972- Adjunct scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
1974 Author, Advertising and Society
1975 Author, The Competitive Economy: Selected Readings
1978 Author, Corporate Responsibility: The Viability of Capitalism in an Era of Militant Demands
1980 Author, Is Government the Source of Monopoly? and Other Essays
1980s Served on President Ronald Reagan's transition team
1982 Author, Concentration, Mergers, and Public Policy
  Author, Mergers in Perspective
1983- Vice president, Consortium of Governmental Counselors, Inc.
1998 Died

Scope and Content of Collection

The papers document the career of economist Yale Brozen, who was a professor of business economics at the University of Chicago from 1957 to 1987. In addition to his professorial work, Brozen was a member of the Mont Pèlerin Society and served as a consultant to various government organizations and companies. The collection contains materials related to economic theory, economic conditions in the United States, and governmental economic policy.
The Correspondence mainly contains Brozen's outgoing letters, which include his comments on the writings of others and discussions of various economic issues. Brozen corresponded with several American Enterprise Institute (AEI) scholars, such as Robert Helms and Marvin Kosters. Other correspondents include Ronald Coase, Kenneth Elzinga, David Henderson, Melvin Lurie, and Kenneth S. Templeton.
The majority of the collection consists of Brozen's Speeches and writings, which reflect Brozen's viewpoint as a Chicago school of economics scholar. As an expert on antitrust law, Brozen wrote and spoke about government regulation. His work also comments on the Federal Trade Commission, advertising, and the energy crisis. The collection includes typescripts and printed copies of Brozen's speeches and articles.
The Course materials contain exams for economics and business courses which Brozen taught.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Economics.
Economists.
United States--Economic conditions--1945-
United States--Economic policy.

Box: 1-2

Correspondence, 1946-1985

Scope and Contents note

Mainly outgoing letters to economists providing comments on the writings of others and discussion of economics.
Box/Folder: 1 : 1

Ambler, Donald, 1946

Box/Folder: 1 : 2

Arnold, Kenneth, 1974

Box/Folder: 1 : 3

Bark, Dennis L., 1976

Box/Folder: 1 : 4

Brunsdale, Anne, 1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 5

Burnshaw, Stanley, 1946-1947

Box/Folder: 1 : 6

Cambel, Ali, 1963

Box/Folder: 1 : 7

Clarkson, Kenneth W., 1974

Box/Folder: 1 : 8

Clemens, Eli W., 1965

Box/Folder: 1 : 9

Coase, Ronald, 1974

Box/Folder: 1 : 10

Cocks, Douglas L., 1974-1976

Box/Folder: 1 : 11

Coleman, John S., 1953

Box/Folder: 1 : 12

Cook, Paul, 1976

Box/Folder: 1 : 13

Dalton, James A., 1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 14

David, Heather, 1979

Scope and Contents note

Includes article adapted from Brozen's speech to the National Association of Manufacturers
Box/Folder: 1 : 15

Davidson, Sidney, 1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 16

Dean, Joel, 1962

Box/Folder: 1 : 17

Deans, Robert H., 1970

Box/Folder: 1 : 18

Demencich, Thomas A., 1970-1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 19

DeRosa, David, 1978

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Dexter, R. D., 1958

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Dirksen, Everett, 1952

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Douglas, Paul, 1954-1959

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Eckert, Ross D., 1971

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Edwards, Franklin, 1976

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Elzinga, Kenneth, 1976, 1985

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Ervin, Spencer, 1980

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Ewell, Raymond H., 1954

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Fechter, Alan, 1974

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Grimaldi, Paul, 1979

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Hadley, Don, 1972

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Hadley, Eleanor, 1971

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Hammond, DuWayne, 1973

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Hartzell, Wesley, 1963

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Hamilton, W. E., 1958-1964

Box/Folder: 1 : 35-36

Helms, Robert B., 1973-1980

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Henderson, David R., 1977

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Henig, Harry, 1953

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Hilton, George, 1972-1979

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Horsch, Vada, 1962

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Huff, Lee W., 1970-1971

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Jacoby, Neil H., 1960-1963

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Jadlow, Joseph M., 1973

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Jamrich, John X., 1966

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Jarrell, Gregg A., 1980

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Jenkins, H. P., 1958-1959

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Jochim, E. W., 1959

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Johnson, Thomas, 1983-1984

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Johnson, Wilma Ann, 1983

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Johnston, James L., 1978

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Jordan, William, 1976

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Katsh, Salem M., 1982

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Kempf, Donald G., 1983

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Kosters, Marvin, 1983

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Lasagna, Louis, 1972

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Lave, Judith, 1973

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Lave, Lester, 1973

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Lerager, A. J., 1969

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Lichtenstein, Charles, 1965

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Lindsay, Cotton Mather, 1972-1974

Box/Folder: 1 : 61

Lobdell, Jared, 1972

Box/Folder: 1 : 62

Lupton, Daniel, 1969

Box/Folder: 1 : 63

Lurie, Melvin, 1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 64

Lustgarten, Steven, 1978-1980

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McCraken, Paul, 1980

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Meyer, Jack, 1982

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Posner, Richard, 1976

Box/Folder: 2 : 4

Statman, Meir, 1980

Box/Folder: 2 : 5

Templeton, Kenneth S., 1963

Box: 2-9

Speeches and writings, 1942-1988

Scope and Contents note

Includes typescripts and printed copies of Brozen's speeches and written works on issues in economics, including antitrust law, government regulation, and advertising.
 

Typescripts, 1942-1988 and undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 6

Affidavit, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 7

Air and carrier growth articles, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 8

"The Antitrust Caper: An Appraisal or It's Bad to Be Good", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 9

"Are FTC Advertising Policies Procompetitive?", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 10

"Are U.S. Manufacturing Markets Monopolized?", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 11

"Business Exits, A Source of Efficiency and Flexibility in the American Economy, and Antitrust Law", undated

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"Capacity, Advertising, and Entry Barriers", undated

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"Comment on 'The Political Constituency for Antittrust'", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 14

"Comments on 'Revitalizing the American Economy'", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 15

"Competition and Prices in the Drug Industry", undated

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"The Davis-Bacon Act: How to Load the Dice Against Yourself", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 17

"Economic Policy for the 1970s", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 18

"The Economics of a National Science Policy", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 19

"Entry Barriers: Advertising and Product Differentiation", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 20

"The FTC Attack on Advertising", undated

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"How Affirmative Is Affirmative Action?" with Laura Genero, undated

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"Impact of Durability on Sales of a Capital Good", undated

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"The Impact of Governmental Involvement in Research and Development", undated

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"The Influence of Engineering Economy Characteristics on Value", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 25

"Investment, Sunk Capital, and Technological Change," chapter 5, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 26

"Is Advertising a Barrier to Entry?", undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 27

"Mobilizing Technology for Materials Conservation", undated

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"Natural Gas Testimony", undated

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"Net Worth Versus Total Assets", undated

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"Old Fashioned Nonsense in New Fashioned Dress", undated

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"Oligopoly in the Petroleum Refining Industry", undated

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"On the Use and Pricing of Natural Gas for Boiler Fuel", undated

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"Price, Wage, Rent Controls -- No Way to Stop Inflation", undated

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"Prospective Industrial Technology and the Labor Force in a Developing Economy", undated

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"The Purposes of a Price," testimony, undated

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"Remove Threat to Future Employment from the Gold Drain", undated

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"The School Finance Problem", undated

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"Social Implications of Atomic Energy and Technological Change: A Research Planning Report", undated

Box/Folder: 3 : 4

"Socialist Rhetoric vs. Market Realities", undated

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"Statement by Yale Brozen," speech, American Enterprise Institute conference, undated

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"Structure of the Petroleum Refining Industry: What Do Concentration Ratios and Gini Coefficients Show?", undated

Box/Folder: 3 : 8

Taxes, Tariffs and Farm Prosperity", undated

Box/Folder: 3 : 9

"Technology and the Structure of Society", undated

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"Trends in the Rate of Return to Capital in the American Economy", undated

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"Welfare Without the Welfare State", undated

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"Would Vertical Divestitures Increase Competitiveness or Reduce Prices of Petroleum Products?", undated

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Some Economic Aspects of Technological Change, dissertation, 1942

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Printed excerpt, 1942

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Typescript, 1942

Box/Folder: 3 : 16

Minneapolis Economics Round Table, 1946

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"The Role of Government in a Democracy," convocation address at St. John's University, 1946

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"The Place of Aggregative Economics in Economic Theory", 1948

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"The Conservation of Resources," chapter 32, Textbook for Economics, 1948

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"Discussion of E. Hoover's 'Capital Accumulation and Progress'", 1949

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"Saving and Investment in a Universal Currency System", circa 1949

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"Special Problems of the Natural Resources Industries", 1950

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"The Economics of Technological Change," speech, Northwestern University, Institute on Contemporary Africa, 1951

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"Technological Change in Underdeveloped Areas", 1951

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"Economic Progress and Free Enterprise", circa 1952

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"Will Decreased Resources Limit Our Standard of Living," speech, Conference of National Organizations, 1952

Box/Folder: 3 : 27

"Business Outlook and Profits," speech, Label Manufacturers National Association Convention, 1953

Box/Folder: 3 : 28

"The Economic Outlook", 1953

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"Increasing Productivity by Decreasing Trade Barriers", 1953

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"National Economic Factors in Business Budgeting," speech, National Society for Business Budgeting, 1953

Box/Folder: 3 : 31

"The Economics of Material Progress", 1954

Box/Folder: 3 : 32

"Problems that Face Us", 1955

Box/Folder: 3 : 33

"Some Tentative Considerations Concerning the Highway Problem", 1955

Box/Folder: 4 : 1

"The Use of Capital in Developing Areas", 1955

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"Scientific Advance as a Factor in Economic Change", 1957

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"Statement of Yale Brozen before the Joint Economic Committee", 1958

Box/Folder: 4 : 4

"Benchmarks for industrial Research (in the Coming Decade)", 1961

Box/Folder: 4 : 5

Profile of Michigan preface, 1962

Box/Folder: 4 : 6

"The Role of Cost in the Minimum Pricing of Railroad Services", 1962

Box/Folder: 4 : 7

Testimony, 1962

Box/Folder: 4 : 8

Affidavit, 1963

Box/Folder: 4 : 9

"Causes of High Productivity in the United States," speech, Japan, 1964

Box/Folder: 4 : 10

"The Economics of a National Science Policy for Japan," speech, Keizai Doyukai, Japan Committee for Economic Development, 1964

Box/Folder: 4 : 11

"Cartel by Government or Highway Robbery with ICC Assistance," speech, Rockford College, Illinois, 1965

Box/Folder: 4 : 12

"Education for Responsible Leadership: Major Questions in Economics", circa 1965

Box/Folder: 4 : 13

"Guidelines and Wage Laws: How Should Wage Changes Be Determined?" speech, Wisconsin Manufacturers' Association, 1965

Box/Folder: 4 : 14

"The Role of Open Markets in Coordinating and Directing Economic Activity," speech, Future Trading Seminar, Chicago Board of Trade, 1965

Box/Folder: 4 : 15

"Trends in Transportation," speech, Management Conference on Financial Prospects for Transportation, Northwestern University, 1965

Box/Folder: 4 : 16

"The Coming Impact of Monetary Policy," speech, Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 1966

Box/Folder: 4 : 17

"The Minimum Wage: Who Really Pays?" interview with Yale Brozen and Milton Friedman, 1966

Box/Folder: 4 : 18

"On the Value of Division Status Versus Independent Company Status", 1966

Box/Folder: 4 : 19

"Dismounting From the Tiger," speech, Old Dominion College, Norfolk, Virginia, 1967

Box/Folder: 4 : 20

"Permanent Prosperity Through Permanent Deficits: The New Mythology of the New Economics," speech, Philadelphia Society, Chicago, 1967

Box/Folder: 4 : 21

"Current Myths and The Economic Outlook," speech, Financial Prospects for Transportation Conference, Transportation Center at Northwestern University, 1968

Box/Folder: 4 : 22

"U.S. Monetary Dilemmas: Imaginary and Real," speech, American Society of Real Estate Counselors, Quebec, 1968

Box/Folder: 4 : 23

"Are These Laws Necessary?" speech, Bishop College, Dallas, Texas, 1969

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Testimony prepared for AT&T, 1969

Box/Folder: 4 : 25

"The Chicago School Vs. the New Economics," speech, Midcontinent Trust Conference, American Bankers Association, 1970

Box/Folder: 4 : 26

"Down the Collective Bargaining Road to Recession," speech, Wisconsin Manufacturers' Association, 1970

Box/Folder: 4 : 27

"Ghetto Economics and Policy Implications," speech, Monmouth College, 1970

Box/Folder: 4 : 28

"Measures for Improving Construction Industry Health," speech, Construction Industry Manufacturers' Association, Chicago, 1970

Box/Folder: 4 : 29

"The Subtle Suicide of Free Enterprise," speech, Midwest Employers Council, Omaha, Nebraska, 1970

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"A Western View of the Economics of a National R&D Policy," speech, economists meeting in Venice, 1970

Box/Folder: 4 : 31

"Defining and Implementing the Ideal Economic System to Meet Youth's Objectives", 1971

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence
Box/Folder: 4 : 32

"The Road to Recovery or How Can We Lick a Union Made Recession?" speech, National Wholesale Grocers' Association, 1971

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"Statement by Professor Yale Brozen, University of Chicago, on House Bill 003 to Establish a Minimum Wage in Illinois," Illinois Legislative House Committee on Industrial and Labor Relations, 1971

Box/Folder: 4 : 34

"Who Shot Down the Game Plan?" speech, National Commercial Finance Conference, Chicago, 1971

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"The Case for Advertising and Against the FTC", 1972

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"The Federal Trade Commission's Iron Curtain," speech, American Advertising Federation, 1972

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"In Defense of Advertising," speech, Los Angeles Town Hall, 1972

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"An Ivory Tower (Chicago) View of Advertising", 1972

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"Productivity: Key to Progress, Role of Capital Formation," speech, Congress of American Industry, New York, 1972

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"Regulatory Responsibilities and Opportunities in the 1970s," speech, Symposium on Financial Aspects of Utility Regulation, Stanford University, 1972

Box/Folder: 5 : 7

"With A Friend Like the FTC, The Consumer Needs No Enemies," speech, Women's Advertising Club of Chicago, 1972

Box/Folder: 5 : 8

"Economics and Public Policy," interview of Yale Brozen, 1972

Box/Folder: 5 : 9

"The Fed Has Done It Again!" speech, Management Conference, University of Chicago, 1973

Box/Folder: 5 : 10

"The Impact of FTC Advertising Policies on Competition," speech, 1973

Box/Folder: 5 : 11

"Transportation Regulation, Inflation, and the Energy Crisis", circa 1973

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence
Box/Folder: 5 : 12

"Price Inflation: Causes, Consequences, and Remedies, Income Policies," speech, Conference of the Committee for Monetary Research and Education, 1974

Box/Folder: 5 : 13

The Competitive Economy, review, 1975

Box/Folder: 5 : 14

"The Consequences of Economic Regulation," speech, ACU-YAF Conference, Washington, D.C., 1975

Box/Folder: 5 : 15

"The Road to Recovery or Let's Repeat Our Successes, Not Old Mistakes," speech, Operations Management Conference of the Dealer Bank Association, 1976

Box/Folder: 5 : 16

"Affidavit of Yale Brozen with Respect to Dealership Contracts for Sale and Service of Motor Vehicles", 1977

Box/Folder: 5 : 17

"The American Drug Industry: Private Enterprise or Public Utility?" speech, National Coordinating Council for Constructive Action, Los Angeles, 1977

Box/Folder: 5 : 18

"The Attack on Concentration," speech, Ashland Economic Club, 1978

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"The Humphrey-Hawkins Road to Enlarging the Federal Government, Accelerating Inflation, and Reducing the Rate of Economic Growth," speech, Board of Directors of the Chicago Association of Commerce, 1978

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"Multinational Corporate Social Responsibilities in Developing Nations," speech, University of Toledo's Hunger Awareness Project, 1978

Box/Folder: 5 : 21

"The Mythology of Energy," speech, Executive Program Club Alumni School Day, University of Chicago, 1978

Box/Folder: 5 : 22

"Accelerating Inflation and Sluggish Productivity: Causes and Cures", 1979

Box/Folder: 5 : 23

"The Attack on Corporate America: The Corporate Issues Sourcebook", 1979

Box/Folder: 5 : 24

"Commentary on Political Economy," Liberty Fund, Seminar on Political Economy of Antitrust, 1979

Box/Folder: 5 : 25

"Drugs and Health: What Research Agenda for Public Policy?", 1979

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"Forward", circa 1979

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"Regulatory Excess," speech, New York University, 1979

Box/Folder: 5 : 28

"Regulatory Excess and the Energy Crisis," speech, Midewest Planning Association, Chicago, 1979

Box/Folder: 5 : 29

Testimony before the Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 1979

Box/Folder: 5 : 30

"Why Forecasting the Economy Now Is a Fool's Errand," speech, Home Data Corporation Special Seminar on the 1979 Housing Market, Oak Brook, Illinois, 1979

Box/Folder: 5 : 31

Affidavit of Yale Brozen in the case of Independence Tube Corporation v. Copperweld Corporation v. David F. Grohne, 1980

Box/Folder: 5 : 32

"Economic Challenges of the 1980s," speech, The Oklahoma Economic Conference, Robert Morris Associates, Oklahoma State University, 1980

Box/Folder: 5 : 33

"The Economy Today and the Market Place Tomorrow," speech, Senior Executive Program, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, 1980

Box/Folder: 5 : 34

"Forecasting Business Conditions: Pressures, Pitfalls, and Promises, the Major Pitfall," speech, Graduate School of Business Management Conference, University of Chicago, 1980

Box/Folder: 6 : 1

"Government Regulation: Its Economic and Political Impact", 1980

Box/Folder: 6 : 2

"Short Comments on Brozen's Law," interview of Brozen, 1980

Box/Folder: 6 : 3

"The State's Role in a Changing Economy," speech, Midwest Governors' Conference, Chicago, 1980

Box/Folder: 6 : 4

"Wage Increases for Federal Works--Are They Justified?", 1980

Box/Folder: 6 : 5

"Carter's Legacies: Reagan's Promises: The First 100 Days," Associates Program Luncheon, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 1981

Box/Folder: 6 : 6

"Capitalism and Equality", 1982

Box/Folder: 6 : 7

"Dealing with Twenty Years of Policy Mismanagement: Reagan's First Year," speech, Ball State University College of Business Business Conference, 1982

Box/Folder: 6 : 8

"Government and Income Redistribution: Effects on the Private Market," Dr. Scholl Foundation public lecture, Ball State University, 1982

Box/Folder: 6 : 9

"Mergers and Competition," speech, Institute for American Values, Nichols College, Dudley, Massachusetts, 1982

Box/Folder: 6 : 10

"Money and Interest Rates," speech, University of Hartford, Connecticut, 1982

Box/Folder: 6 : 11

"The New Economics Financial Prospects for the 1980s," speech, Mercer University Executive Forum of the Investors' Club, 1982

Box/Folder: 6 : 12

"Private Enterprise and the Market Economy", 1928

Box/Folder: 6 : 13

"Strategic Planning and Antitrust," speech, The Conference Board, Antitrust Issues in Today's Economy Conference, 1982

Box/Folder: 6 : 14

Affidavit of Yale Brozen in the case of S. A. Rouseel-Uclaf against G.D. Searle and Co., 1983

Box/Folder: 6 : 15

"Antitrust's Rogues Gallery: Rules Without Reason", 1983

Box/Folder: 6 : 16

Report submitted to the court concerning Daimler-Benz and Mercedes Benz of North America, 1983

Box/Folder: 6 : 17

"An Economist's Worries About Current Policy: Politics Versus Prosperity," speech, Culver-Stockton College, Canton, Missouri, 1983

Box/Folder: 6 : 18

"Merger Mania: Social Disease or Healthy Adaptation," speech, Clemens Chair in Economics Lecture, Saint John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota, 1984

Box/Folder: 6 : 19

"Politics Versus Prosperity and Freedom", 1984

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"Vertical Restraints and Efficiency", 1984

Box/Folder: 6 : 21

"The Economic Impact of Government Policy," speech, Economic Policy in the Market Process Symposium, the Netherlands, 1986

Box/Folder: 6 : 22

"Will the Longest Peace Time Expansion Have a Sixth Birthday?" speech, 27th Annual Business Forecast Luncheon, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 1987

Box/Folder: 6 : 23

"A Worried Outlook for 1989," speech, 28th Annual Business Forecast Luncheon, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 1988

Scope and Contents note

Includes speech by Walter Fackler
 

Printed copies 1943-1983

Scope and Contents note

Includes printed copies of Brozen's articles and speeches, including works published in The St. Croix Review. Arranged chronologically
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Undated

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1943

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1949

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1950

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1951

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1952

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1953

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1954

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1955

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1956

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1957

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1958

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1959

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1960

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1961

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1962

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1963

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1964

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1965

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1966

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1967

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1968

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1969

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1970

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1971

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1972

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1973

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1974

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1975

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1977

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1978

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1979

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1980

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1981

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1982

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1983

Box: 9

Course materials 1963-1986

Scope and Contents note

Contains exams for courses taught by Brozen.
Box/Folder: 9 : 7

Business 300, 1968-1975

Box/Folder: 9 : 8

Business 304, 1963, undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 9

Business 305, 1985-1986

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Business Economics, 1978-1983