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Nancy L. Schwartz
Selected writings by Anna Jacobson Schwartz 387 (1953), The Growth and Fluctuation of the British Economy, 1790–1850: An Historical, Statistical, and Theoretical Study of Britain’s Economic Development (with A.D. Gayer and W.W. Rostow), 2 vols, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (1963), A Monetary History of the United States, 1867–1960 (with M. Friedman), Princeton: Princeton University Press. (1987), ‘Money and Business Cycles’ (with M. Friedman), in A.J. Schwartz, Money in Historical Perspective, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ch. 2. (1970), Monetary Statistics of the United States (with M. Friedman), New York: Columbia University Press. (1982), Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom: Their Relations to Income, Prices and Interest Rates, 1867–1975 (with M. Friedman), Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (1987), ‘The Importance of Stable Money: Theory and Evidence’ (with M.D. Bordo), in A.J. Schwartz, Money in Historical Perspective, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ch. 10. (1987), ‘Real and Pseudo-Financial Crises’, in Money in Historical Perspective, Chicago: Chicago University Press, ch. 11. (1987), Money in Historical Perspective, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (1988), ‘Financial Stability and the Federal Safety Net’, in S. Haraf and R.M. Kushmeider (eds), Restructuring Banking and Financial Services in America, Washington: American Enterprise Institute, pp. 34–62. Nancy L. Schwartz (1939–81) Nancy Lou Schwartz began her academic career in 1964 at Carnegie-Mellon University’s Graduate School of Industrial Administration. She was part of the wave of young faculty that Dick Cyert, the school’s dean, hired between 1963 and 1965. They included...
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