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|Named Person:||Kenneth Joseph Arrow|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kenneth Joseph Arrow; Frank Hahn; Leonid Hurwicz; Harold Hotelling; Alain A Lewis; Lionel W McKenzie
|Notes:||The additions (1998-0297, 2000-0222, 2001-0004, 2002-0300, 2004-0128, 2005-0065, 2007-0214, 2008-0037, 2010-0045) to the collection are unprocessed. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the Special Collections Library to use this collection.|
|Description:||43,250 items (70.6 lin. ft.)|
With an eleven year interruption at Harvard University from 1968 to 1979, Professor Arrow has spent the largest portion of his career at Stanford University. He has served as president of the American Economics Association and the International Economics Association, and has also been a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Some of the larger and more salient files in the collection include research notes on general equilibrium theory in economics; consulting on global climate change and contingent valuation; correspondence with Frank Hahn, Leonid Hurwicz, Alain Lewis, and Lionel McKenzie; and notes from graduate courses with Harold Hotelling. Although the collection contains primarily professional papers, there are some personal files as well as some concerning politics and activism.
The addition (1998-0297) (1,500 items, 2.0 linear ft.; dated 1989-1997) consists of office files, chiefly correspondence and memoranda, the bulk of which document Arrow's involvement in public and academic affairs as well as economics. This addition is unprocessed.
The addition (2000-0222) (1,800 items, 3.0 linear ft.; dated 1977-1999) primarily contains professional correspondence and writings. The papers demonstrate Arrow's range of activities and responsibilities, especially as a speaker and conference attender. The addition also includes student and project files, including research conducted for the Office of Naval Research. This addition is unprocessed.
The addition (2001-0004) (1,200 items, 1.9 linear ft.; dated 1980-2000) consists mainly of professional correspondence, as well as some writings, referee reports, and conference and other materials. This addition is unprocessed.
The addition (2002-0300) (1,125 items, 1.8 linear ft.; dated [ca. 1981]-2002) contains primarily incoming and outgoing correspondence and writings related to Arrow's professional interests. This addition is unprocessed.
The addition (2004-0128) (550 items, 0.8 lin. ft.; dated 1986-2004) contains professional correspondence, public statements, itineraries, and related professional materials. This addition is unprocessed.
The addition (2005-0065) (2,100 items; 2.8 lin. ft.; dated 1941-2003) comprises primarily reports, statements, and depositions prepared by Arrow as a consultant or expert witness in legal cases and for regulatory commissions. Among the companies involved are Microsoft, Shell Oil, Verizon, IBM, and AT & T. Also includes diplomas, awards, and honorary degrees received by Arrow.
The addition (2007-0214) (900 items; 1.5 lin. ft.; dated 1978-2004) includes reports, anti-trust court case files, Institute of Medicine materials, and other professional correspondence, articles, and statements. This addition is unprocessed.
The addition (2008-0037) (375 items, 0.4 lin. ft.; dated 1941-2007 and undated) contains primarily professional correspondence regarding Arrow's early career; conference attendance; reviews, editorials, and other writing; and honorary degrees. This addition is unprocessed.
The addition (2010-0045) (300 items, 0.6 lin. ft.; dated 1990-2005) includes materials from Arrow's research on excess consumption and his various speaking engagements in Barcelona, Israel, and the Office of Health Economics conference.
The addition (2010-0182) (50 items; 0.2 lin. ft.; dated 1984-2009) includes correspondence, speech drafts, and other materials regarding Arrow's travels and speaking engagements.
- Arrow, Kenneth Joseph, -- 1921-
- Harvard University. -- Department of Economics.
- Stanford University. -- Department of Economics.
- International Economic Association.
- Social choice.
- Economics -- Sociological aspects.
- Contingent valuation.
- Economists -- United States.
- Social action.
- Equilibrium (Economics)
- Climatic changes.