Robert A. Mundell

Robert Mundell is a Canadian economist who graduated from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.

He attended MIT and was top performer in his years there.

He went on to win the 1999 Nobel prize in Economics.

He is affiliated with Columbia University’s Economics department.

Major Works of Robert A. Mundell

– International Trade and Factor Mobility, 1957, AER
– Transport Costs in International Trade Theory, 1957, Canadian JE
– The Monetary Dynamics of International Adjustment Under Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rates, 1960, QJE
– The Public Debt, Corporate Income Taxes and the Rate of Interest, 1960, JPE
– The Pure Theory of International Trade, 1960, AER
– The Public Debt, Corporate Income Taxes and the Rate of Interest, 1960, JPE
– A Theory of Optimum Currency Areas, 1961, AER
– Flexible Exchange Rates and Employment Policy, 1961, Canadian JE
– The International Disequilibrium System, 1961, Kyklos
– The Appropriate Use of Monetary and Fiscal Policy for Internal and External Stability, 1962, IMF Staff Papers
– Capital Mobility and Stabilisation Policy under Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rates, 1963, Canadian JE
– Inflation and Real Interest, 1963, JPE
– An Exposition of Some Subtleties in the Keynesian System, 1964, WWA
– Tariff Preferences and the Terms of Trade, 1964, Manchester School
– Growth, Stability and Inflationary Finance, 1965, JPE
– A Fallacy in the Interpretation of Macroeconomic Equilibrium, 1965, JPE
– The Significance of the Homogeneity Postulate for the Laws of Comparative Statics, 1965, Econometrica
– The International Monetary System: Conflict and Reform, 1965
– The Crisis Problem, 1967, in Mundell and Soboda, editors, International Monetary Problems
– International Monetary Economics: The Balance of Payments, 1968, IESS
– Hicksian Stability, Currency Markets and the Theory of Economic Policy, 1968, in Wolfe, editor, Value, Capital and Growth
– Man and Economics, 1968
– International Economics, 1968
– Monetary Theory: interest, inflation and growth in the world economy, 1971
– The International Distribution of Money in a Growing World Economy, 1971, in Bhagwati et al., editors, Trade, Balance of Payments and Growth
– The Optimum Balance of Payments Deficit and the Theory of Empires, 1971, in Salin and Classen, editors, Stabilization Policies in Interdependent Economies
– Uncommon Arguments for Common Currencies, 1973, in Johnson and Swoboda, editors, Economics of Common Currencies
– A Plan for a European Currency, 1973, in Johnson and Swoboda, editors, Economics of Common Currencies
– The Origins and Evolution of Monetarism, 1982, in Jansen, editor, Monetarism, Economic Crisis and the Third World
– The Case for a Managed International Gold Standard, 1983 in Connolly, editor, The International Monetary System
– Latin American Debt and the Transfer Problem, 1989, in Brock et al, editors, Latin American Debt and Adjustment
– The Dollar and the Policy Mix: 1989, 1989 Rivista di Politica Economica
– The Global Adjustment System, 1989, Rivista di Politica Economica
– The International Distribution of Saving: Past, Present and Future, 1990, Rivista di Politica Economica
– Debts and Deficits in Alternative Models, 1990, Rivista di Politica Economica
– Fiscal Policy in the Theory of International Trade, 1992, in Giersch, editor, Money, Trade and Competition
– The Quantity Theory of Money in an Open Economy: Variations on the Hume-Polak Model, 1992, in International Financial Policy
– Rejection of the Common Funnel Theorem, Rivista di Politica Economica
– Unemployment, Competitiveness and the Welfare State, 1995, Rivista di Politica Economica
– The International Monetary System: The Missing Factor, 1995, Journal of Policy Modeling
– The International Adjustment Mechanism of the Balance of Payments, 1997 Zagreb Journal of Economics
– The Uses and Abuses of Gresham’s Law in the History of Money, 1998 Zagreb Journal of Economics

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