Key Monetary Writings

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 4

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 4It is an extraordinary privilege to present this exclusive interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, in 21 installments, of which this is the fourth.  Lewis E. Lehrman has written widely about economic and monetary policy.  He has co-authored the book Money and the Coming World Order (1976) with renowned MIT Economist Charles Kindleberger and others.  Lehrman has written about economics in publications such as Harper's, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Weekly Standard, Crisis, Policy Review and National Review.  His writings about monetary economics earned him an …Read more

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 3

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 3It is an extraordinary privilege to present this exclusive interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, in 21 installments, of which this is the third. Lewis E. Lehrman has written widely about economic and monetary policy.  He has co-authored the book Money and the Coming World Order (1976) with renowned MIT Economist Charles Kindleberger and others.  Lehrman has written about economics in publications such as Harper's, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Weekly Standard, Crisis, Policy Review and National Review.  His writings about monetary economics earned him an …Read more

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 2

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 2It is an extraordinary privilege to present this exclusive interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, in 21 installments, of which this is the second.  Lewis E. Lehrman has written widely about economic and monetary policy.  He has co-authored the book Money and the Coming World Order (1976) with renowned MIT Economist Charles Kindleberger and others.  Lehrman has written about economics in publications such as Harper's, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Weekly Standard, Crisis, Policy Review and National Review.  His writings about monetary economics earned him an …Read more

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 1

An Exclusive Interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, Part 1It is an extraordinary privilege to present this exclusive interview with Lewis E. Lehrman, in 21 installments, of which this is the first.  Lewis E. Lehrman has written widely about economic and monetary policy.  He has co-authored the book Money and the Coming World Order (1976) with renowned MIT Economist Charles Kindleberger and others.  Lehrman has written about economics in publications such as Harper's, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Weekly Standard, Crisis, Policy Review and National Review.  His writings about monetary economics earned him an …Read more

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 4

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 4It is a privilege to interview Prof. Brian Domitrovic.  Prof. Domitrovic holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University, where he also did work in the economics department.  He earned his bachelor’s degree at Columbia University, studying history and mathematics.  The Chairman of the Department of History at Sam Houston State University, he has written for numerous scholarly and popular publications. Prof. Domitrovic is the author of the definitive history of supply-side economics Econoclasts (2009), editor of the collection (2014), and writes biweekly at He teaches history at Sam Houston …Read more

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 3

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 3It is a privilege to interview Prof. Brian Domitrovic.  Prof. Domitrovic holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University, where he also did work in the economics department.  He earned his bachelor’s degree at Columbia University, studying history and mathematics.  The Chairman of the Department of History at Sam Houston State University, he has written for numerous scholarly and popular publications. Prof. Domitrovic is the author of the definitive history of supply-side economics Econoclasts (2009), editor of the collection (2014), and writes biweekly at He teaches history at Sam Houston …Read more

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 2

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 2It is a privilege to interview Prof. Brian Domitrovic.  Prof. Domitrovic holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University, where he also did work in the economics department.  He earned his bachelor’s degree at Columbia University, studying history and mathematics.  The Chairman of the Department of History at Sam Houston State University, he has written for numerous scholarly and popular publications. Prof. Domitrovic is the author of the definitive history of supply-side economics Econoclasts (2009), editor of the collection The (2014), and writes biweekly at He teaches history at Sam …Read more

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 1

An exclusive interview with Prof. Brian Domitrovic, Part 1It is a privilege to interview Prof. Brian Domitrovic.  Prof. Domitrovic holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University, where he also did work in the economics department.  He earned his bachelor’s degree at Columbia University, studying history and mathematics.  The Chairman of the Department of History at Sam Houston State University, he has written for numerous scholarly and popular publications. Prof. Domitrovic is the author of the definitive history of supply-side economics Econoclasts (2009), editor of the collection (2014), and writes biweekly at He teaches history at Sam Houston …Read more

An Exclusive Interview with John Mueller, part 4

An Exclusive Interview with John Mueller, part 4It is a delight to interview John D. Mueller, one of the most important aides to Rep. Jack Kemp and an intimate participant in the formulation and implementation of what became known as "Supply Side Economics," whose implementation was a critical factor in propelling the world GDP from $11T to >$61T (not adjusted for inflation yet nonetheless a dramatic age of prosperity). Photo of John Mueller courtesy of Mueller is described at the Ethics and Public Policy Center as: the Lehrman Institute Fellow in Economics and Director of the  at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Mr. Mueller …Read more
 

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