Martin Bronfenbrenner Papers, 1939-1995 and undated.

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Bronfenbrenner, Martin, 1914-1997. Martin Bronfenbrenner Papers, 1939-1995 and undated.

Martin Bronfenbrenner Papers, 1939-1995 and undated.

The professional papers of Martin Bronfenbrenner span the years 1939 to 1995 and consist of correspondence, research files, memoranda, writings (published and unpublished), teaching materials, reprints, clippings, and other papers, relating chiefly to Bronfenbrenner's research and associations in the field of economics. Topics in his research files, which make up the bulk of the collection, include income distribution theory, economic development, Marxian and radical economics (including New Left economics), labour economics, monetary economics, international economics, trade, Japanese economy and Japanese history. The collection is organized into the following series: Personal Files, Printed Material, Research and Writing Files, and Teaching Material.

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