APPENDIX C:
Selected Related Research Studies
and Policy Papers

Completing the Keynesian and monetarist revolutions
by integration of concepts and national accounts
in a dynamic money-flow perspective
John Atlee, 4/10/90

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Studies and Papers
Based on the New Analytical System and Policy Proposals
(by John Atlee)

  1. Macroeconomic Analysis (Theory) and Policy Implications
  2. Coordinated Policy Proposals
  3. Monetary Policy
  4. Fiscal Policy
  5. Inflation Analysis and Policy
  6. Monetary Analysis
  7. Primary Credit Analysis
  8. Budget Analysis
  9. Not Elsewhere Classified



A. Macroeconomic Analysis (Theory) and Policy Implications

  1. "Money, Monetary Policy and Full Employment." (10/27/87, 7p.) Seminar paper -- main sources of present economic confusion.
  2. "After the Crash" (11/20/87, 7p.) Summary of IEA analysis and policy package.
  3. How the Economy Works. -- a book-length presentation of the new approach to economic analysis and policy (in progress).
  4. "How the Economy Works." (9/76, 28p.) A brief summary of the Atlee/IEA analytical and policy system sent to subscribers to IEA POCKET CHARTS.
  5. "A Functional Approach to More Systematic Coordination of Monetary Policy with Fiscal Policy in a Flow-of-Funds Framework." (ASSA, 8/29/78. 9p.)
  6. "Capital Money Flows." Chart of IEA sources-and-uses-of-funds model with balanced-growth ratios to GNP, made to accompany detailed notes on derivation of Primary Credit and pre-IEA charts. (4/63)
  7. "Further Development of a Financial Model of the US. Economy." (4/63, 40p.) Part of major a proposal to the National Science Foundation.
  8. "A Financial Model of the U.S. Economy." (12/62, 25p.) Analytic framework for Flow of Funds Accounts.
  9. "Static vs. Flow Perspective in Flow-of-Funds Accounts and Financial Analysis," pp. 469-76 in The Flow-of-Funds Approach to Social Accounting (NBER, 1962)
  10. "Why Depressions? -- The Problem of Economic Balance." (5/61, 40p.)
  11. "Comparison of the Atlee Financial-Institutional Analysis with the Keynesian-National Income Analysis." (9/58, 5p.)
  12. Elastic Stimulants, Institutional Depressants and Economic Balance: A New Approach to the Problem of Economic Instability and Depressions. (PhD thesis, University Microfilms, 1956).



B. Coordinated Policy Proposals

  1. "A More Businesslike Approach to Economic Policy." (3/86, lp. outline )
  2. "Let's Put our Stabilization Policy 'On Automatic Pilot' with FASTA (Formula-controlled Stabilization Tax Adjustments) and an Understandable Formula for Money Growth." (Eastern Econ. Assn., 4/20/82, 10p., charts)
  3. "A Review of the Full Employment and Balanced Grow~ As of 1976." Critique of 3/10/76 committee print of Humphrey/Hawkins act, HR/S 50 (7p), with proposals for improving it (30 p.).
  4. "It's Time for a New Full Employment Bill." Congressional Record, 4/13/72, pp. E3730 ff.



C. Monetary Policy

  1. "Responses to Chairman's Questions on Monetary Policy in Preparation for House Banking Committee Review of Five-Year History of Monetary Policy Under the Humphrey-Hawkins Act." (6/83, 11p.)
  2. "Monetary Policy Sunshine Act." (5/83, 10p. draft of bill; 1p. summary)
  3. "The Main Key to Fast Recovery without Inflation." (4/83, 13p., charts )
  4. "What Have Been the Fed's Primary Policy Objectives for 1982 and 1983, and How Well Did It Achieve Them in 1982?" (4/83, 14p., charts )
  5. "A Monetary Formula for Fast Recovery Without Inflation" (12/82, 6p., charts)
  6. "Key Aspects of Economic Analysis and Policy Relevant to Proposed Banking and Monetary Legislation" and "Proposal for a Banking Reform Bill..." (12/78)
  7. Testimony before Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee of the House Banking Committee -- on policy requirements for stable non-inflationary recovery. (6/28/78, 15p., charts)



D. Fiscal Policy

  1. "A Responsible Alternative to the (Proposed) Balanced Budget Amendment [to the Constitution]." (1982, 3p.)
  2. "Formula-Automatic Stabilization Tax Adjustments (FASTA)." (9/81, 7p., 2 page summary)
  3. "Federal Deficits and Inflation: There is a Better Way to Responsible Fiscal Policy than by a Constitutional Amendment." (6/7, 42p., charts) A major study of the role of federal deficits in the economy.



E. Inflation Analysis and Policy

  1. Inflation effects, basic causes, spiral syndromes, anti-inflation policies. Draft of Part IV of How The Economy Works. (A-3, above, 1/81)
  2. "Operating Rates, Profits, Prices and Inflation." IEA Special Report #1 (3/77)
  3. "Why Continuous, Stable Full Employment Would Actually Contribute to Price Stability Rather than to Inflation." (1971)



F. Monetary Analysis

  1. "A Monetary Formula for Fast Recovery Without Inflation." (1982, 3p., charts)
  2. "Monetary Forecast of Economic Growth." Explanation of procedure. (l/78, 2p.)
  3. "A New Measure of the Monetary 'Velocity' (Stock/Flow) Ratio and Its Implications for Monetary Policy and Economic Forecasting." IEA Special Report #2 (6/77, 13p., charts)



G. Primary Credit Analysis

  1. "Primary Credit: Definition, and Derivation from Flow of Funds Accounts." (8/87, 6p., tables)
  2. "A Critique of the Basic Concepts and Statistical Measures in the Flow-of- Funds Accounts." (5/63, 36p.)
  3. "Consumer Credit Expansion: Macroeconomic Analysis and Data Requirements" in Consumer Instalment Credit, Part II, Vol. I, pp. 254-94. (Federal Reserve, 1957)



H. Budget Analysis

  1. "Coalition-Building Pie Chart" of FY 1987 Federal Budget Authority. (6/86, 1p. with 22 pages of notes.)



I. Not Elsewhere Classified

  1. "Full Employment Economic Management as a Main Key to Effective Economic Conversion." (6/88, 2p.)
  2. "A Critique of the So-Called 'Leading Indicators' of the NBER." (9/63, 5p.)


Written: April 10, 1990
Last revised: May 19, 2009
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