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Fried·man

(frēd'măn),
Emanuel A., U.S. obstetrician, studied the graphical analysis of labor progression. His research generated the Friedman curve (q.v.) or labor curve.
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Friedman, Milton, "Money: Quantity Theory," in International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences.
Friedman, Milton and Anna Jacobson Schwartz, A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960.
Friedman, Milton, "The Quantity Theory of Money--A Restatement," in Studies in the Quantity Theory of Money, Milton Friedman, ed.
Friedman, Milton, "Essays in Positive Economics," (Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1953).
Friedman, Milton. "The Monetary Theory and Policy of Henry Simons." Journal of Law and Economics, October 1967, 10, pp.
Friedman, Milton. "The Optimum Quantity of Money," in The Optimum Quantity of Money and Other Essays.
Friedman, Milton. "The Case for a Monetary Rule." Newsweek, February 7, 1972, p.
Friedman, Milton. "How Much Monetary Growth?" Morgan Guarantee Survey, February 1973a, pp.
Friedman, Milton. Dollars and Deficits: Inflation, Monetary Policy and the Balance of Payments.
Friedman, Milton. "Comment on Tobin." Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 1970a, 84(2), pp.
Friedman, Milton. "The Counter-Revolution in Monetary Theory." IEA Occasional Paper No.
Friedman, Milton. "Controls on Interest Rates Paid by Banks." Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, February 1970c, 2(1), pp.