E. Roy Weintraub
Professor Emeritus of Economics
Professor Weintraub's current research interests include, and his current projects involve, issues in the historiography of economics particularly the role of biography, autobiography, and letters, and the history of the interconnection between mathematics and economics in the 20th century.
Weintraub, ER. "The Development of the Neo-Walrasian Synthesis." Economie Appliqueé 4 (1977): 585-598. (Academic Article)
WEINTRAUB, ER. "MICRO-FOUNDATIONS OF MACROECONOMICS - CRITICAL SURVEY." JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE 15.1 (1977): 1-23. Open Access Copy
Weintraub, ER, Gusen, P, and Havrilesky, T. "A Monetarist Model." Intermountain Economic Review 5.2 (October 1974): 93-94. (Academic Article)
Weintraub, ER. "A Monetarist Model: A Note." The American Economist 18.2 (October 1974): 107-108. (Academic Article)
Weintraub, ER, Gusen, P, and Havrilesky, T. "The Quality Theory of Money (or Glued Money Does Not Drive Out Bad Money)." Intermountain Economic Review 5.1 (July 1974): 107-108. (Academic Article)