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Supplementary Reading List for November 24, The Great Depression Around the World

Economics 210a, Fall 1999


Benjamin, Daniel and Levis Kochin (1979), "Searching for an Explanation for Unemployment in Interwar Britain," Journal of Political Economy (September).

Bernanke, Ben (1982), "Nonmonetary Effects of the Banking Crisis in the Propagation of the Great Depression," American Economic Review 72.

Cecchetti, Stephen (1992), "Prices During the Great Depression: Was the Deflation of 1930-1932 Really Unanticipated?" American Economic Review 82.

Dominguez, Kathryn M., Ray Fair and Matthew Shapiro (1988), "Forecasting the Great Depression: Harvard Versus Yale," American Economic Review 78.

Eichengreen, Barry (1989), "The Political Economy of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff," Research in Economic History.

Field, Alexander (1984), "A New Interpretation of the Onset of the Great Depression," Journal of Economic History 44.

Gordon, Robert (1982), "Why U.S. Wage and Employment Behavior Differs from that in Britain and Japan," Economic Journal 92.

Grossman, Richard (1995), "The Shoe that Didn't Drop: Explaining Banking Stability in Interwar Britain," Journal of Economic History.

Hamilton, James D. (1987), "Monetary Factors in the Great Depression," Journal of Monetary Economics 13, pp.1-25.

Hamilton, James D. (1992), "Was the Deflation of the Great Depression Anticipated? Evidence from the Commodity Futures Market," American Economic Review 82.

Harris, Bernard (1987), "Unemployment, Nutrition and Health in Interwar Britain," in Barry Eichengreen and T.J. Hatton (eds), Interwar Unemployment in International Perspective (Kluwer).

Nelson, Daniel (1991), "Was the Deflation of 1929-30 Anticipated? The Monetary Regime as Viewed by the Business Press," Research in Economic History 13.

Olney, Martha (1991), Buy Now, Pay Later (University of North Carolina Press).

Romer, Christina (1996), "What Ended the Great Depression?" Journal of Economic History.

Temin, Peter (1989), Lessons from the Great Depression (MIT Press).
Bernanke, Ben and Harold James (1991), "The Gold Standard, Deflation and Financial Crisis in the Great Depression: An International Comparison," in Glenn Hubbard (ed), Financial Markets and Financial Crises (University of Chicago Press).

Hamilton, James D. (1987), "Monetary Factors in the Great Depression," Journal of Monetary Economics 13, pp.1-25.

Saint-Etienne, Christian (1984), The Great Depression 1929-1937 (Hoover Institution Press).

Temin, Peter (1989), Lessons from the Great Depression (MIT Press).


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