The Role of Depth in a Liberal Education
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2009. “The Role of Depth in a Liberal Education.” Educating Economists: The Teagle Discussion on Re-evaluating the Undergraduate Economics Major, edited by David Colander and Kim Marie McGoldrick. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2009. “Widening Inequality Combined with Modest Growth.” Challenge 52.
The Economic System
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2008. “The Economic System.” Understanding America: The Anatomy of an Exceptional Nation. New York: Public Affairs.
Published November 6, 2008
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2008. “Widening Inequality Means a Democracy at Risk.” Pathways. Article
Published Summer 2008
Published August 24, 2008
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2008. “Money Supply.” The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd ed., edited by Durlauf and Blume. London: Macmillan.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2008. “Economic Well-Being in a Historical Context.” Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren, edited by Pecchi and Piga. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2008. “Why a Dual Mandate is Right for Monetary Policy.” International Finance 11.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2008. “What Objectives for Monetary Policy?” Central Banks as Economic Institutions, edited by Touffut. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2008. “Monetary Policy for Emerging Market Economies: Beyond Inflation Targeting.” Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies 1.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2007. “What We Still Don't Know about Monetary and Fiscal Policy.” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2007. “Capitalism, Economic Growth and Democracy.” Daedalus 136.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2006. “Moral Consequences of Economic Growth: The John R. Commons Lecture, 2006.” American Economist 50.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2006. “The Greenspan Era: Discretion, Rather Than Rules.” American Economic Review 96.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2006. “The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth.” Society 43.
The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2005. The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2005. “Deficits and Debt in the Short and Long Run.” The Macroeconomics of Fiscal Policy, edited by Kopcke, Tootell, and Triest. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2005. “What Remains from the Volcker Experiment?” Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Review 87.
Friedman, Benjamin M. 2005. “Tobin Replies to Woodford.” Issues on Monetary Policy and Theory, edited by Deville and et al. Bankakademie Verlag.