Friday, November 17, 2006

Milton Friedman: In Memoriam

This week saw the passing of Milton Friedman, one of the most influential economists in the history of the discipline.

We hope that the following list of remembrances and comments that have appeared across the Internet will be a useful resource to students, teachers, and other readers of our blog. If you have written a post or know of others that we haven't listed, please leave us a comment.

Note: At the Aplia EconBlog, we generally try to include links that we have confidence will not cease to exist. We are not following this policy for this post; if you find that one of the links below doesn't work, please let us know so that we can remove it.

Newspaper Obituaries and Editorials:
The Financial Times (London)
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post

Professors, Bloggers, and other Commentators:
Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution has more posts than we can link to.
Brad DeLong, UC Berkeley
Austan Goolsbee, University of Chicago
Greg Mankiw, Harvard University
Meghan McArdle (a.k.a. Jane Galt), Asymmetrical Information
Steve Pearlstein, Washington Post
Lawrence Summers, Harvard University
Alex Tabarrok, Marginal Revolution

Multimedia Resources
Interview on The Charlie Rose Show
Podcasts of Milton Friedman at EconTalk
The Milton Friedman Chorus sings "The Corporation"

Other Collections of Links and References



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