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American economist

Irving Fisher was an American economist, statistician, inventor, eugenicist and progressive social campaigner. He was one of the earliest American neoclassical economists, though his later work on debt deflation has been embraced by the post-Keynesian school. Joseph Schumpeter described him as "the greatest economist the United States has ever produced", an assessment later repeated by James Tobin and Milton Friedman.

Source: Wikipedia- The Debt-Deflation Theory of Great Depressions
- Mr. Udny Yule on Index-Numbers
- Our Unstable Dollar and the So-Called Business Cycle
- Income in Theory and Income Taxation in Practice
- The Business Cycle Largely a “Dance of the Dollar”
- A Compensated Dollar
- Cournot and Mathematical Economics
- What is Capital?
- The Role of Capital in Economic Theory
- Precedents for Defining Capital
- Mr. Udny Yule on Index-Numbers
- Our Unstable Dollar and the So-Called Business Cycle
- Income in Theory and Income Taxation in Practice
- The Business Cycle Largely a “Dance of the Dollar”
- A Compensated Dollar
- Cournot and Mathematical Economics
- What is Capital?
- The Role of Capital in Economic Theory
- Precedents for Defining Capital
- The Mechanics of Bimetallism
- The Best Form of Index Number
- Senses of "Capital"
- A World Map on a Regular Icosahedron by Gnomonic Projection
- Statistics in the Service of Economics
- The Purchasing Power of Money: Its Determination and Relation to Credit, Interest, and Crisis.
- A Practical Method of Estimating the Velocity of Circulation of Money
- Mathematical Method in the Social Sciences
- The application of mathematics to the social sciences
- A More Stable Gold Standard
- Capital and Interest
- Obituary
- Paradoxes in Taxing Savings
- The "Ratio" Chart for Plotting Statistics
- Some Impending National Problems
- LENGTHENING OF HUMAN LIFE IN RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT
- Professor Bowley on Index-Numbers
- Appreciation and Interest: A Study of the Influence of Monetary Appreciation and Depreciation on the Rate of Interest, with Applications to the Bimetallic Controversy and the Theory of Interest.
- The Rate of Capital and Income and The Rate of Intrest: A Reply to Critics
- Mathematical Investigations in the Theory of Value and Prices.
- Note Suggested by Review of "100 per cent Money"
- The Stock Market Panic in 1929
- The "Total Value Criterion": A New Principle in Index Number Construction
- Professor Young on Index Numbers
- Hawtrey, Currency and Credit; Fisher, Stabilizing the Dollar
- Fisher's "The Purchasing Power of Money"
- Reply by Professor Irving Fisher to Professor Loria's Criticism of "The Rate of Interest"
- Second Report of the Committee on Immigration of te Eugenics Section of the American Genetic Association
- Der Einkommensbegriff im Lichte der Erfahrung
- The Stock Market Panic in 1929
- Changes in the Wholesale Price Index in Relation to Factory Employment
- A Weekly Index Number of Wholesale Prices
- THE COMING MOVEMENT FOR EXTENDING HUMAN LIFE
- Cournot Forty Years Ago
- Booms and Depressions: Some First Principles.
- The Making of Index-Numbers; A Study of their Varieties, Tests, and Reliability.
- The Making of Index-Numbers.
- Edgeworth's Papers Relating to Political Economy
- Researches into the Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth.
- The Best Form of Index Number: Rejoinder
- Professor Fetter on Capital and Income
- A NEW METHOD FOR INDICATING FOOD VALUES
- WAR, IMMIGRATION, EUGENICS
- HEALTH AND WAR
- Constructive Income Taxation, A Proposal for Reform
- A Three-Dimensional Representation of the Factors of Production and Their Remuneration, Marginally and Residually
- The Rate of Interest.
- Researches into the Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth.
- Researches into the Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth.
- Booms and Depressions: Some First Principles.
- The Theory of Interest.
- The Making of Index Numbers: A Study of Their Varieties, Tests, and Reliability
- Destructive Taxation: A Rejoinder
- Irving Fisher's "Theory of Interest"
- Appreciation and Interest.
- The Purchasing Power of Money: Its Determination and Relation to Credit, Interest, and Crises.
- The Mortality of our Public Men: Being a Study of the Mortality of the Presidents, Vice Presidents, Senators and Representatives, of the United States Compared, with Insured Lives, and Others
- Common-Stock Indexes, 1871-1937. Alfred Cowles
- Davenport's Value and Distribution
- THE USE OF INCOME TAX STATISTICS
- 65. Public Credit
- Will High Prices Continue?
- X. A Critical Examination of Certain Prohibition Statistics
- Public Responsibility for the Health of Infants and Children
- Wholesale Commodity Price Indexes—Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual: Seventh Report
- Weekly Wholesale Index: Sixth Report
- Revision of the Weekly Index Number
- Revision of the Weekly Index Number
- Rejoinder
- Revision of the Weekly Index Number
- Report to Date of the Weekly Index Number
- The “Total Value Criterion”: A New Principle in Index Number Construction
- The Layman's Reply to the Medical Freedom (?) League
- A GRAPHIC METHOD IN PRACTICAL DIETETICS.
- The Coming Movement for Extending Human Life
- CONSERVATION OF LIFE AT MIDDLE AGE
- STATISTICS OF DIET IN SANATORIA FOR CONSUMPTIVES
- The Effect of Diet on Endurance
- How to Live
- The Concept of Income: A Rebuttal
- Income-Tax Revision: Reply
- Controlling Depressions.
- The Money Illusion.
- The Nature of Capital and Income.
- Das Fictive Capital als die Ursache Niedrigen Arbeitslohnes.
- Why is the Dollar Shrinking? A Study in the High Cost of Living.
- The Theory of Interest.
- The Menace of Recovery.
- Elementary Principles of Economics.
- Booms and Depressions.
- The Stock Market Crash and After.
- The Purchasing Power of Money.
- The Nature of Capital and Income.
- A Brief Introduction to the Infinitesimal Calculus; Designed Especially to Aid in Reading Mathematical Economics and Statistics.
- The Rate of Interest.
- 100 Per Cent. Money.
- Prohibition at Its Worst.
- Why the Dollar is Shrinking. A Study in the High Cost of Living.
- Elementary Principles of Economics.
- Mathematical Investigations in the Theory of Value and Prices.
- The Money Illusion.
- Changes in the Wholesale Price Index in Relation to Factory Employment: Rejoinder
- The Revision of the Price Index Numbers.
- Is There Enough Gold?
- The Austrian Crown, Its Depreciation and Stabilization
- The Mathematical Problem of the Price Index.
- Restoration of the World's Currencies.
- Wholesale Commodity Price Indexes--Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual: Seventh Report
- The Stock Market Crash--And After.
- The Money Illusion.
- Constructive Income Taxation
- World Maps and Globes
- Professor Tuttle's Capital Concept
- The Debt-Deflation Theory of Great Depressions
- Theories regarding the Value of Money
- Industrial Hygiene as a Factor in Human Conservation
- First Round Table Luncheon
- Prohibition: Its Industrial and Economic Aspects.
- The Elementary Principles of Economics.
- The Problem of Estimation
- Blowpipe analysis

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