Papers (Journal Reprints)

Number
CFP 62 Kenneth J. Arrow, "The Determination of Many-Commodity Preferences Scales by Two-Commodity Comparisons," Metroeconomica, (October 1952), 4(3): 105-115
CFP 61 Paul A. Samuelson, "Economic Theory and Mathematics — An Appraisal," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, (May 1952), 42(2): 56-69
CFP 60 Harry M. Markowitz, "Portfolio Selection," Journal of Finance, (March 1952), 7(1): 77-91 [See CFDP 60]
CFP 59 Herbert A. Simon, "On the Application of Servomechanism Theory in the Study of Production Control," Econometrica, (April 1952), 20(2): 247-268
CFP 58 Gerard Debreu, "Definite and Semi-Definite Quadratic Forms," Econometrica, (April 1952), 20(2): 295-300
CFP 57 Harry M. Markowitz, "The Utility of Wealth," Journal of Political Economy, (April 1952), 60(2): 151-158
CFP 56 George H. Borts, "Production Relations in the Railway Industry," Econometrica, (January 1952), 20(1): 71-79
CFP 55 Lawrence R. Klein, "Estimating Patterns of Savings Behavior from Sample Survey Data," Econometrica, (October 1951), 19(4): 438-454
CFP 54 Kenneth J. Arrow, "An Extension of the Basic Theorems of Classical Welfare Economics," 507-532 (in Proceedings of the Second Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability, University of California Press, 1951)
CFP 53 Jacob Marschak, "Why ‘Should’ Statisticians and Businessmen Maximize ‘Moral Expectation’?," 493-506 (in Proceedings of the Second Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability, University of California Press, 1951)
CFP 52 Tjalling C. Koopmans, "Efficient Allocation of Resources," Econometrica, (October 1951), 19(4): 455-465
CFP 51 Kenneth J. Arrow, "Alternative Approaches to the Theory of Choice in Risk-Taking Situations," Econometrica, (October 1951), 19(4): 404-437
CFP 50 Theodore W. Anderson, "Estimating Linear Restrictions on Regression Coefficients for Multivariate Normal Distributions," Annals of Mathematical Statistics, (September 1951), 22(3): 327-351
CFP 49 Carl F. Christ, Milton Friedman, "A Test of an Econometric Model for the United States, 1921-1947, AND Comment and Reply," 35-129 (Proceedings of the Conference on Business Cycles, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1951)
CFP 48 Kenneth J. Arrow, "Mathematical Models in the Social Sciences," 129-154 (in Daniel T. Lerner and Harold D. Lasswell, eds., Policy Sciences in the United States, Stanford University Press, 1951)
CFP 47B Herbert A. Simon, "A Formal Theory of the Employment Relationship," Econometrica, (July 1951), 19(3): 293-305
CFP 47A Herbert A. Simon, "A Comparison of Organization Theories," Review of Economic Studies, 20(1): 40-48
CFP 46 Jacob Marschak, "The Rationale of the Demand for Money and of ‘Money Illusion’," 18(3): 273-274 (Metroeconomica (June 1950), 2(2): 71-100 and Econometrica (July 1950))
CFP 45 Gerard Debreu, "The Coefficient of Resource Utilization," Econometrica, (July 1951), 19(3): 273-292
CFP 44 Kenneth J. Arrow, Theodore Harris, Jacob Marschak, "Optimal Inventory Policy," Econometrica, (July 1951), 19(3): 250-272
CFP 43B Tjalling C. Koopmans, Jacob Marschak, "Abstracts on Papers Presented at Boulder, August 29, 1949," Econometrica, (April 1950), 18(2): 175-177
CFP 43A Jacob Marschak, "Rational Behavior, Uncertain Prospects, and Measurable Utility," Econometrica, (April 1950), 18(2): 111-141
CFP 42 R. L. Anderson, Theodore W. Anderson, "Distribution of the Circular Serial Correlation Coefficient for Residuals from a Fitted Fourier Series," Annals of Mathematical Statistics, (March 1950), 21(1): 59-81
CFP 41 Arnold C. Harberger, "Currency Depreciation, Income, and the Balance of Trade," Journal of Political Economy, (February 1950), 58(1): 47-60
CFP 40 Kenneth J. Arrow, D. Blackwell, M. A. Girshick, "Bayes and Minimax Solutions of Sequential Decision Problems," Econometrica, 17(3-4): 213-244
CFP 39C Olav Reiersøl, "On the Identifiability of Parameters in Thurstone’s Multiple Factor Analysis," Psychometrika, (June 1950), 15(2): 121-149
CFP 39B Olav Reiersøl, "Identifiability of a Linear Relation Between Variables Which Are Subject to Error," Econometrica, (October 1950), 18(4): 375-389
CFP 39A Olav Reiersøl, Tjalling C. Koopmans, "The Identification of Structural Characteristics," Annals of Mathematical Statistics, (June 1950), 21(2): 165-181
CFP 38B Don Patinkin, "Involuntary Unemployment and the Keynesian Supply Function," Economic Journal, (September 1949), 59(235): 360-383
CFP 38A Trygve Haavelmo, "The Notion of Involuntary Economic Decisions," Econometrica, (January 1950), 18(1): 1-8
CFP 37 Jacob Marschak, "Role of Liquidity Under Complete and Incomplete Information," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, (May 1949), 39(3): 182-195
CFP 36B Theodore W. Anderson, Herman Rubin, "The Asymptotic Properties of Estimates of the Parameters of a Single Equation in a Complete System of Stochastic Equations," Annals of Mathematical Statistics, (December 1950), 21(4): 570-582
CFP 36A Theodore W. Anderson, Herman Rubin, "Estimation of the Parameters of a Single Equation in a Complete System of Stochastic Equations," Annals of Mathematical Statistics, (March 1949), 20(1): 46-63
CFP 35C James W. Angell, "Discussion of CFPs 35a and 35b," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, (May 1949), 39(3): 73-77
CFP 35B Tjalling C. Koopmans, "The Econometric Approach to Business Fluctuations," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, (May 1949), 39(3): 64-72
CFP 35A Robert A. Gordon, "Business Cycles in the Interwar Period: The ‘Quantitative-Historical’ Approach," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, (May 1949), 39(3): 47-63
CFP 34 Tjalling C. Koopmans, "Optimum Utilization of the Transportation System," 136-145 (In Proceedings of the International Statistical Conference Held in Washington, DC, September 6-18, 1947)
CFP 33 Evsey D. Domar, "Capital Accumulation and the End of Prosperity," 307-312 (In Proceedings of the International Statistical Conference Held in Washington, DC, September 6-18, 1947)
CFP 32 Jacob Marschak, "Statistical Inference from Non-Experimental Observation: An Economic Example," 289-296 (In Proceedings of the International Statistical Conference Held in Washington, DC, September 6-18, 1947)
CFP 31 Tjalling C. Koopmans, "Identification Problems in Economic Model Construction," Econometrica, (April 1949), 17(2): 125-144
CFP 30 Theodore W. Anderson, "On the Theory of Testing Serial Correlation," Skandinavisk Aktuarietidskrift, (January 1948), 31(3-4): 88-116
CFP 29B Tjalling C. Koopmans, "Reply (to CFP 29A)," Review of Economics and Statistics, (May 1949), 31(2): 86-91
CFP 29A Rutledge Vining, "Methodological Issues in Quantitative Economics," Review of Economics and Statistics, (May 1949), 31(2): 77-86
CFP 28B Don Patinkin, "The Indeterminacy of Absolute Prices in Classical Economic Theory," Econometrica, (January 1949), 17(1): 1-27
CFP 28A Don Patinkin, "Relative Prices, Say’s Law and the Demand for Money," Econometrica, (April 1948), 16(2): 135-154
CFP 27B Gershon Cooper, "The Role of Econometric Models in Economic Theory," Journal of Farm Economics, (February 1948), 30(1): 101-116
CFP 27A Trygve Haavelmo, "Quantitative Research in Agricultural Economics: The Interdependence Between Agriculture and the National Economy," Journal of Farm Economics, (November 1947), 29(4): 910-924
CFP 26B Paul A. Samuelson, "Some Implications of ‘Linearity’," Review of Economic Studies, (January 1947), 15(2): 88-90
CFP 26A Lawrence R. Klein, Herman Rubin, "A Constant-Utility Index of the Cost of Living," Review of Economic Studies, (January 1947), 15(2): 84-87
CFP 25B Jacob Marschak, "On Mathematics for Economists," Review of Economic and Statistics, (November 1947), 29(4): 269-273