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Michael J. Gootzeit
U of Memphis
Econ Dep't
U of Memphis
Memphis, TN 38152
Biographical Sketch:

Michael J. Gootzeit is a Professor of Economics at the U of Memphis. His doctorate is from Purdue Univ and he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses including the History of Economic and Monetary Thought. Some representative publications are: 1. David Ricardo; in series, "Columbia Essays on the Great Economists," New York and London, Columbia University Press, 1975. 2. "Wicksell vs the Classics on the Mechanics of the Quantity Theory," American J. of Economics and Sociology, (58:3), July 1999, 481-86. 3. "Marshall’s vs Wicksell’s Theory of the Cumulative Process," History of Economics Review, (29), Winter 1999, 16-30.

Primary Research Focus:

History of Monetary Thought, mainly 19th and early 20th century.

JEL Areas:
B1 : History of Thought through 1925: General
E4 : Money and Interest Rates: General