Individual Author Record
Name: Milton FriedmanPen Name: None Genre: C:ADULT Non-Fiction Born: 1912 in Brookyln, New York Sites:
Illinois ConnectionMilton Friedman was a Nobel Prize winning economist who taught at the University of Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationBesides the Nobel Prize, Mr. Friedman was a senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University and the Paul Snowden Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Econmics at the Univesity of Chicago. His economic theories and the "Chicago School" of economics had great impact in the last half of the twentieth century on the economic policies of many nations.
''Money Mischief: Episodes in Monetary History'', Harcourt, 1994''Capitalism and Freedom'', University of Chicago Press, 2002''Free to Choose: A Personal Statement'', Harcourt, 1990''Milton Friedman: Why Government is the Problem (Essays in Public Policy)'', Hoover Institution, 1993''A Monetary History of the United States'', Princeton University Press, 1971''Price Theory'', The Richest Man In Babylon, 2009''Milton Friedman on Economics: Selected Papers'', University of Chicago Press, 2008''Bright Promises, Dismal Perfomance: An Economist's Protest'', Mariner, 1983''The Great Contraction: 1929-1932'', Princeton University Press, 2008''Two Lucky People: Memoirs'', University of Chicago, 1998