This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 58 references in this bibliography folder.

Hahn, F ([1982] 1984).
Why I Am Not a Monetarist
In: Equilibrium and Macroeconomics, pp. 307-326, Basil Blackwell.

Medema, S (2010).
The Coase Theorem in the Textbooks, 1960-1979: The Case of Intermediate Microeconomics
University of Colorado Denver, Working Paper.

De Vroey, M (2009b).
On the Right Side for the Wrong Reason: Friedman on the Marshall−Walras Divide.
In: The Methodology of Positive Economics. Milton Friedman’s Essay Fifty Years Later., ed. by Maki, U., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

De Vroey, M (2009a).
Marshall and Walras : Incompatible Bedfellows ?
Université catholique de Louvain, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (IRES), Discussion Papers (IRES - Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales)(2009008).

Kehoe, T and Prescott, E (2008).
Using the General Equilibrium Growth Model to Study Great Depressions: A Reply to Temin
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Staff Report(418).

Prescott, E and Candler, G (2008).
In: The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics. Second Edition, ed. by Steven N. Durlauf and Lawrence E. Blume, Palgrave Macmillan.

Temin, P (2008).
Real Business Cycle Views of the Great Depression and Recent Events: A Review of Timothy J. Kehoe and Edward C. Prescott's Great Depressions of the Twentieth Century
Journal of Economic Literature, 46(3):669-684.

Lucas, R (2007).
Remarks on the Influence of Edward Prescott
Economic Theory, 32(1):7-11.

Baranzini, R and Bridel, P (2005).
L’Ecole de Lausanne, l’utilité marginale moyenne et l’idée de marché
In: Histoire des représentations du marché, ed. by Bensimon, G., pp. 347-365, Houdiard, Paris.

Snowdon, B and Vane, H (2005).
Modern Macroeconomics: Its Origins, Development and Current State
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

De Vroey, M (2004).
Involuntary Unemployment: The Elusive Quest for a Theory
Routledge, London.

Lucas, R (2004).
My Keynesian Education
In: The IS-LM Model: Its Rise, Fall and Strange Persistence, ed. by De Vroey, M. and K. Hoover, pp. 12-24, Duke University Press.

Mäki, U (2002).
Fact and Fiction in Economics
Cambridge University Press, cambridge.

Sugden, R (2002).
Credible Worlds: The Status of Theoretical Models in Economic
In: Facts and Fictions in Economics, ed. by Mäki, U., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Hands, D (2001).
Reflections Without Rules. Economic Methodology and Contemporary Science Theory
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Lucas, R (2001).
Professional Memoir. A Lecture Given in the Nobel Economists Lecture Series at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Morgan, M and Morrison, M (1999).
Models as Mediators. Perspectives on Natural and Social Sciences
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Woodford, M (1999).
Revolution and Evolution in Twentieth-Century Macroeconomics
Miscellaneous publication, Presented at the conference, Frontiers of the Mind in the Twenty-First Century, U.S. Library of Congress, Washington D.C..

Cass, D (1998).
Interview with David Cass by S. Spear and R. Wright
Macroeconomic Dynamics, 2(3):533-558.

Sent, E (1998).
The Evolving Rationality of Rational Expectations: An Assessment of Thomas Sargent’s Achievements
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Snowdon, B and Vane, H (1998).
Transforming Macroeconomics: An Interview with Robert E. Lucas Jr
Journal of Economic Methodology, 5(1):115-146.

Spear, S and Wright, R (1998).
Interview with David Cass
Macroeconomic Dynamics, 2(04):533-558.

Leijonhufvud, A (1997).
Models and Theories
Journal of Economic Methodology, 4(2):193-198.

Hansen, L and Heckman, J (1996).
The Empirical Foundations of Calibration
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 10(1):87-104.

Kydland, F and Prescott, E (1996).
The Computational Experiment: An Econometric Tool
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 10(1):69-85.