AIER Classics

Monday, January 1st, 1940

By
Donald G. Ferguson, Bion H. Francis, E. C. Harwood, Benjamin D. Manton, and Their Assistants on the Institute Staff

Part I
Where Does Money Come From, and What Is Inflation? Has the Danger of Inflation Passed?

Tuesday, July 1st, 1969

Economic Education Bulletin

Vol. IX, no. 6 | July, 1969

by the Editorial Staff

Monday, June 1st, 1970

Useful Economics

Vol. X  No. 5  June 1970

An organized and comprehensive body of scientifically grounded warranted assertions or "knowledge" simply does not exist as yet in the field of man's economic behavior. 

Monday, January 1st, 1973

Useful Procedures of Inquiry

1973

A primer on AIER's scientific method of inquiry, including Dewey and Bentley's Knowing and the Known.

Sunday, September 1st, 1974

Economic Education Bulletin

Vol. XIV, no. 9 | September, 1974

by Col. E. C. Harwood

Tuesday, September 1st, 1981

Economic Education Bulletin

Vol. XXI, no. 9 | Septmeber, 1981

by Ernest P. Welker

Thursday, August 1st, 1985

Economic Education Bulletin

Vol. XXV, no. 8 | August, 1985

by Ernest P. Welker

Friday, November 1st, 1985

Economic Education Bulletin

Vol. XXV, no. 11 | November, 1985

by Jagdish Mehra

Monday, April 1st, 2002

Deflation?; Business-Cycle Conditions

Research Reports - 2002, Issue: 04

Saturday, July 1st, 2006

Economic Bulletin

Vol. XLVI, no. 7 | July, 2006

by AIER Staff

Saturday, December 1st, 2007

Economic Education Bulletin

Vol. XLVII No. 12 : December, 2007

Friday, February 1st, 2008

Economic Bulletin

Vol. XLVIII No. 2 | February 2008

by the Editorial Staff

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

In 1969, as the war in Vietnam was raging, AIER Founder Edward C. Harwood and his brothers wrote an open letter to President Richard Nixon.

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

In the Cotswold Hills north of Bath, England, large manor houses were made from the local oolitic limestone. Cotswold Cottage at AIER in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, built from 1929 to 1931, was intended to be a copy of that Cotswold style, which is why our revered stone house has sometimes been called “Old Cotswold.”