Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The papers include correspondence, subject files, teaching materials, educational reports, publications, and biographical information, as well as correspondence and records related to the New School for Social Research.
The collection includes correspondence, writings by Evans, biographical information, photographs, teaching materials, collected articles and clippings, and subject files. Most of the materials relate to Evans' work in economics, in particular agricultural and rural economics.
The collection consists of publications about business and economics in Nebraska that were produced primarily by the Committee on Business Research and the University of Nebraska. A list of publications in the collection is available.
The collection consists of biographical information, four portrait photographs of Gerald E. Thompson, and the following publications written by Thompson: “Probability and Statistics for Decisions: An Introduction”, “Problem Set for Economics 216”, “Solving Linear Programming Problems”, and “The Community Economic Base and Multiplier”.
The collection consists of a letter written by Jasper Rogers, May 6, 1847. Addressed to a Marquess, the letter concerns the potato-truck system and famines experienced by Irish laborers.
The collection consists of correspondence related to Milton E. Griffing’s publications and drafts of his “Use of Negative Cropping Easements for Land Use Adjustment” and “Let’s Take a Hard Look at Agricultural Policy.”
The collection consists of "NTAC Newsletter" as well as reports and project information from the Nebraska Technical Assistance Center.
The collection consists of notes, manuscripts, and speeches written by Simeon Hayes; his English translations of classical authors; and notes for lectures on the authority and history of the church. Hayes' writings, many of which were speeches presented at local clubs, cover a wide range of topics including contemporary politics and society, arts, history, religion, and economics.
The collection consists of three volumes containing manuscripts of student lectures and reports about political science and economics.