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|Named Person:||Tibor Scitovsky; Tibor Scitovsky; Benjamin M Friedman; Paul Anthony Samuelson; Robert M Solow; Stanley K Sheinbaum; Scitovsky family.; Scitovszky family.|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Notes:||Cataloged from inventory.|
|Description:||800 items (1.2 lin. ft.)|
The Writings and Speeches Series highlights materials on selected writings and themes that Scitovsky worked on in later years, from the 1980s to 2002, and includes clippings, drafts, articles, and numerous notes. Major academic works represented in this series include The Joyless Economy and articles on market economies, inflation, growth and stagnation, consumer satisfaction (and dissatisfaction), marketing, affluence, and violence and boredom as social ills. Many of his other major works and earlier research are not represented by these research materials. A series of photographs of Scitovky's family and home serve as companions to his unpublished memoirs, which detail life in northern Hungary for a family of nobility, as well as historical events in Hungary, France, and England, particularly before and during World War II. The memoirs also offer a detailed narrative of Scivovsky's emigration from Hungary to the United States in the 1940s, as well as an account of the student protests in Paris in the 1960s. The Printed Materials Series contains many of Scitovsky's reprinted articles and may prove to be the most useful series for researchers interested in his works.
- Scitovsky, Tibor.
- Scitovsky, Tibor, -- Joyless economy.
- Friedman, Benjamin M.
- Samuelson, Paul Anthony, -- 1915-
- Solow, Robert M.
- Sheinbaum, Stanley K.
- Scitovsky family.
- Scitovszky family.
- Consumer satisfaction.
- Economic development.
- Economists -- United States.
- Economists -- United States -- Correspondence.
- Economists -- Correspondence.
- Economics -- History -- 20th century.
- Motivation research (Marketing)
- Political refugees -- Hungary -- History -- 20th century.
- Student movements -- France -- Paris -- History -- 20th century.
- Stagnation (Economics)
- Violence -- Social aspects.
- Hungary -- History -- 1918-1945.
- France -- History -- 1958-
- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
- United States -- History -- 1933-1945.