Karl Brunner (economist)
February 16, 1916|
|Died||May 9, 1989
Rochester, New York
|Institution||University of Rochester|
|Chicago School of Economics|
|Alma mater||University of Zurich
London School of Economics
Karl Brunner (16 February 1916 – 9 May 1989) was a Swiss economist. His main interest in economics was on the nature of the money supply process and the philosophy of science and logic. He moved to the United States in 1943.
An award is given after his name in University of Rochester, William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration every year to the graduating non-US student with the highest record of academic achievement in the MBA program.
- Brunner, Karl, 1974. "Monetary Management, Domestic Inflation, and Imported Inflation." In Aliber, Robert Z., ed National Monetary Policies and the International Financial System. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 179–208
- Brunner, Karl, and Allan H. Meltzer (1971). "The Uses of Money in the Theory of an Exchange Economy." American Economic Review 61 (Dec.): 784–805.
- _____, 1993. Money and the Economy: Issues in Monetary Analysis, Cambridge. Description. and chapter previews, pp. ix–x.
- Brunner, Karl, The Selected Essays of Karl Brunner, Thomas Lys, ed., Edward Elgar.
- 1996. v. 1, Economic Analysis and Political Ideology. Description and chapter-preview links via scroll down.
- 1997. v. 2, Monetary Theory And Monetary Policy: Edward Elgar. Description.
- Pace, Eric (May 10, 1989), "Prof. Karl Brunner Is Dead at 73; Economist and Early Monetarist", New York Times
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