Monetary vs. Fiscal Policy

By Milton Friedman; Walter W. Heller | Go to book overview

The Arthur K. Salomon Lecture Series

The Arthur K. Salomon Lecture Series, established by a grant from the partners of Salomon Brothers & Hutzler in memory of a founding partner of the firm, is one of the diversified services provided by the Graduate School of Business Administration of New York University. In these meetings, distinguished scholars and men of national and international repute have shared their experiences, their wisdom and their leadership in the examination of crucial economic and financial problems of the day.

Previous Arthur K. Salomon lecturers:

February 1963
PER JACOBSSON
Chairman of the Executive Board and Managing Director
International Monetary Fund
"The Role of Money in a Dynamic Economy"

November 1963
ALLAN SPROUL
President
Federal Reserve Bank of New York 1941- 1956
"Money Will Not Manage Itself"

November 1964
RUDOLPH A. PETERSON
President
Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association
"Debt in a New Environment"

November 1965
JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH
Paul F. Warburg Professor of Economics
Harvard University
"Economic Policy Since 1945: The Nature of Success"

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