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Compiled by Margaret J. Keefe

Faculty Publications 2011

ARTS & SCIENCES
Economics

Burkett, John P., Editorial Board. Economic Changes and Restructuring. Vol.44, 2011.

Lardaro, Leonard. "Bad Government Saps R.I. Recovery." Providence Journal. April 1, 2011.  p.B7.

Lardaro, Leonard, Compiler. Current Conditions Index. Vol. XVIII, 2011.  http://members.cox.net/lardaro/current.html

Lardaro, Leonard. Economics and the Rhode Island Economy (Blog) http://rieconomy.blogspot.com

Lardaro, Leonard P. "The Impact of URI Funded Research on the Rhode Island Economy in Fiscal Year 2009." Research & Innovation 2010-2011.  p.4-5.

McIntyre, Richard and Robert Van Horn. "Contending Perspectives in One Department." International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education. 2(1):69-81. 2011.

McIntyre, Richard. "From Workers' Rights to Worker Appropriiation: A Response to Joseph A. McCartin." International Labor and Working Class History. 80(1):176-183. Fall 2011.

McIntyre, Richard. "Gablinske Wrong About Right-to-Work States (Letter)." Providence Journal. January 7, 2011.  p.B7.

McIntyre, Richard. "Nixon's Economic Policy (Letter)." Providence Sunday Journal. August 21, 2011.

McIntyre, Richard and Yngve Ramstad. "Not Only Nike's Doing It: Sweating" and the Contemporary Labor Market."  IN:  Welters, Linda and Abby Lillethun, Editors. The Fashion Reader. 2nd ed. Berg. 2011.  p.317-322.

McIntyre, Richard. "Occupy Wall Street Better Organized Than It Looks." Providence Journal. October 18, 2011.  p.D9.

McIntyre, Richard. "The Real Greek Lesson (Letter)." Providence Journal. February 14, 2011.  p.B7.

McIntyre, Richard. "Worker Appropriation as Responsibility and Right." Employee Responsibilities and Rights. 23(3):221-227. 2011.

Mead, Arthur C. "Made in China."  IN: Welters, Linda and Abby Lillethun, Editors. The Fashion Reader. 2nd ed. Berg. 2011.  p.556-563.

Mead, Arthur. "St. Claire's Abusive Deal (Letter)." Providence Journal. September22, 2011.  p.B7.

Mead, Arthur C. "Trade Policies." Welters, Linda and Abby Lillethun, Editors. The Fashion Reader. 2nd ed. Berg. 2011.  p.302-309.

Ramstad, Yngve.  SEE: Welters, Linda.

Van Horn, Robert.   SEE also: McIntyre, Richard.

Van Horn, Rob Phillip Mirowski and Thomas A. Stapleford, Editors. "Blueprints: An Introduction."  IN: Van Horn, Rob, Phillip Mirowski and Thomas A. Stapleford, Editors. Building Chicago Economics: New Perspectives on the History of America's Most Powerful Economics Program. Cambridge University Press. 2011.  p.xv-xxiv.

Van Horn, Rob, Phillip Mirowski and Thomas A. Stapleford, Editors. Building Chicago Economics: New Perspectives on the History of America's Most Powerful Economics Program. Cambridge University Press. 2011.  399p.

Van Horn, Robert and Matthias Klaes. "Chicago Neoliberalism Versus Cowles Planning: Perspectives on Patents and Public Goods in Cold War Economic Thought." Journal of the History of Behavioral Sciences. 47(3):302-321. Summer 2011.

Van Horn, Robert. "Chicago's Shifting Position on Concentration of Business Power." Seattle University Law Review. 34(4):1527-1544. 2011.

Van Horn, Rob. "Intervening in Laissez-Faire Liberalism: Chicago's Shift pm Patents."  IN: Van Horn, Rob, Phillip Mirowski and Thomas A. Stapleford, Editors. Building Chicago Economics: New Perspectives on the History of America's Most Powerful Economics Program. Cambridge University Press. 2011. p.180-207.

Van Horn, Rob. "Jacob Viner's Critique of Chicago Neoliberalism."  IN: Van Horn, Rob, Phillip Mirowski and Thomas A. Stapleford, Editors. Building Chicago Economics: New Perspectives on the History of America's Most Powerful Economics Program. Cambridge University Press. 2011.  p.279-300.


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