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American economist

Eliot Roy Weintraub is an American mathematician, economist, and, since 1976, professor of economics at Duke University. He was born in 1943 in New York City.Career Weintraub has published numerous articles in professional journals and other edited volumes. His teaching and research have traced the connection between mathematics and economics at technical, methodological or historical, and micro and macro levels. A broad theme of later work has been the transformation of economics from a historical to a mathematical discipline, as in General Equilibrium Analysis , Stabilizing Dynamics: Constructing Economic Knowledge , How Economics Became a Mathematical Science ., and "Finding Equilibrium: Arrow, Debreu, McKenzie and the Problem of Scientific Credit" co-authored with Till Düppe . The latter was awarded the 2016 Joseph J. Spengler prize for best book by the history of economics society.

Source: Wikipedia- How Economics Became a Mathematical Science
- Microfoundations
- Stabilizing Dynamics
- The Pure and the Applied: Bourbakism Comes to Mathematical Economics
- Siting the New Economic Science: The Cowles Commission's Activity Analysis Conference of June 1949
- Axiomatisches Mißverständnis
- Finding Equilibrium
- Methodology Doesn't Matter, but the History of Thought Might
- Economic Science Wars
- 2004 HES Presidential Address: Autobiographical Memory and the Historiography of Economics
- Appraising General Equilibrium Analysis
- General Equilibrium Theory
- Equilibrium Proofmaking
- The neo-Walrasian program is empirically progressive
- Conflict and Co-operation in Economics
- Retrospectives: Lionel W. McKenzie and the Proof of the Existence of a Competitive Equilibrium
- Trader-commodity parity theorems
- Paul Samuelson's Historiography: More Wag Than Whig
- Stochastic Stability of a General Equilibrium System under Adaptive Expectations
- Critique and comment. Zeeman's unstable stock exchange
- Finding Equilibrium
- Substantive Mountains and Methodological Molehills
- How Economics Became a Mathematical Science
- Rosenberg's “Lakatosian Consolations for Economists”: Comment
- Game Theory and Cold War Rationality: A Review Essay
- On Convergence to Pareto Allocations
- Money and General Equilibrium
- MCCARTHYISM AND THE MATHEMATIZATION OF ECONOMICS
- Contemporary Historiography of Economics
- On Roger E. Backhouse's “How Should We Approach the History of Economic Thought, Fact, Fiction or Moral Tale?” Comment: Thicker is Better
- Surveying Dynamics
- Making up history: a comment on pratten
- Losing Equilibrium: On the Existence of Abraham Wald's Fixed-Point Proof of 1935
- Economic Science Wars
- Stabilizing Dynamics: Constructing Economic Knowledge.
- Tilting at imaginary windmills: a comment on Tyfield
- Mirowski’s Machine Dreams: An Appreciation
- But Doctor Salanti, Bumblebees Really Do Fly
- D. Wade Hands, Reflection Without Rules: Economic Methodology and Contemporary Science Theory (Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001) pp. xi, 480, $95, hardcover. ISBN 0521497159; $35, paperback. ISBN 0 521 79796 9.
- Making Economic Knowledge: Reflections on Golinski's Constructivist History of Science
- THE FULL EMPLOYMENT MODEL: A CRITIQUE
- ?REAL? TRANSACTIONS COSTS ARE INESSENTIAL
- Dr. Martin Bronfenbrenner (1914-1997): Scholar, Critic, Cynic, and Comrade-in-Arms
- After Mirowski, What?
- Is “Is a Precursor of” a Transitive Relation?
- Lionel W. McKenzie and the Proof of the Existence of a Competitive Equilibrium
- Siting the New Economic Science: The Cowles Commission's Activity Analysis Conference of June 1949
- MIT’s Openness to Jewish Economists
- Introduction: Telling the Story of MIT Economics in the Postwar Period
- Game Theory and Cold War Rationality: A Review Essay
- McCarthyism and the Mathematization of Economics
- Stochastic Stability of Short-Run Market Equilibrium: Comment
- Introduction
- An Exchange Model
- The Trading Game
- Expectations and Production
- Recent Developments and New Directions
- Introduction
- Pure Conflict
- ‘Homo Economicus’
- Wages and Bargaining
- Exchange
- Markets
- Voting
- Vernon L. Smith: Discovery—A Memoir
- Getting Hilbert right
- On the brittleness of the orange equilibrium
- Economists and Societies: Discipline and Profession in the United States, Britain, and France, 1890s to 1990s. By Marion Fourcade. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009. xxi + 388 pp. Figures, tables, references, notes, index. Cloth, $35.00. ISBN: 978–0–691–11760–7.
- Statistics on the Table: The History of Statistical Concepts and Methods. By Stephen M. Stigler. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999. Pp. ix, 488. $48.95, cloth; $19.95, paper
- Knowledge and Persuasion in Economics, N. Mccloskey Donald. Cambridge University Press, 1994, xvii + 445 pages.
- Sylvia Nasar, A Beautiful Mind: A Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr. (New York, Simon & Schuster1998) pp. 459. $25.00. ISBN 0-684-81906-6.
- Roger E. Backhouse and Philippe Fontaine, eds., A Historiography of the Modern Social Sciences (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 248, $98. ISBN: 978-1-10703-772-4.
- Robert W. Dimand and Harald Hagemann, eds., The Elgar Companion to John Maynard Keynes (Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2019), pp. xxi + 648, $350 (hardcover). ISBN: 9781847200082.
- After dinner remarks – HETSA (July 14,1999)
- Epistolary Cambridge Economists
- Pioneering Economic Theory, 1630-1980: A Mathematical Restatement. Hans Brems
- THE FULL-EMPLOYMENT MODEL: A REPLY
- A Monetarist Model: A Note
- Keynes as Policy Adviser
- Craufurd Goodwin and Duke University, 1955–1970
- How Economics Became a Mathematical Science
- John Maynard Keynes of Bloomsbury: Four Short Talks
- Tilting at Imaginary Windmills: A Comment on Tyfield
- Keynesian Historiography and the Anti-Semitism Question
- Sidney Weintraub and American Post Keynesianism: 1938-1970
- Losing Equilibrium
- Losing Equilibrium: On the Existence of Abraham Wald's Fixed-Point Proof of 1935
- Paul Samuelson's Historiography: More Wag than Whig
- Paul Samuelson's Historiography: More Wag Than Whig
- McCarthyism and the Mathematization of Economics
- Science Studies and Economics: An Informal History
- Filing Formal Objections: A Polemic
- Microfoundations: The Compatibility of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
- How Economics Became a Mathematical Science
- Microfoundations, The Compatibility of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
- Toward a History of Game Theory
- Microfoundations: The Compatibility of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.
- General Equilibrium Analysis: Studies in Appraisal.
- Macroeconomic Thought: A Methodological Approach.
- Macroeconomics: An Introduction to the Non-Walrasian Approach.
- Toward a History of Game Theory: Annual Supplement to History of Political Economy, Volume 24.
- Transactions Costs and the Convergence of a "Trade Out of Equilibrium" Adjustment Process
- Stabilizing Dynamics: Constructing Economic Knowledge.
- Toward a History of Game Theory. Annual Supplement to the History of Political Economy, Vol. 24.
- Microfoundations: The Compatibility of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
- Is “Is a Precursor of” a Transitive Relation?
- Sidney Weintraub and American post Keynesianism: 1938-1970
- Introduction
- Autobiographical memory and the historiography of economics
- 6. General Equilibrium Theory
- 7. Optimization and Game Theory

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Private university in Durham, North Carolina, United States

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