Myrdal, Gunnar.  Selected Works by Gunnar Myrdal, 1965-1972.

CAMC Collection 97


 

Myrdal, Gunnar.  Selected Works by Gunnar Myrdal, 1965-1972.  CAMC Collection 97.  1 Hollinger box.

 

ABSTRACT:
The Gunnar Myrdal collection contains selected articles and speeches from the 1960s and ‘70s.  Most were written while Myrdal was at the Institute for International Economic Studies at Stockholm University and cover different topics, from race relations, to economics, to world peace.  Myrdal (1898-1987) was a Swedish Nobel Laureate economist, sociologist, and politician best known for his study of race relations in the United States.  He received the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1974.  In 1971, both Myrdal and Alva, his wife, received honorary doctorates from Gustavus Adolphus College.  Gunnar Myrdal received a Doctor of Humane Letters and Alva Myrdal received a Doctor of Divinity.  They both visited and presented lectures at the college during November 1971.

 

RESTRICTIONS:
There are no restrictions on use of this collection for research purposes. The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of the College Archives, the Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library, and Gustavus Adolphus College.

 

COLLECTION CITATION:
Myrdal, Gunnar.  Selected Works by Gunnar Myrdal, 1965-1972.  CAMC Collection 97.  Gustavus Adolphus College Archives, St. Peter, Minnesota.

 

PROCESSED BY:
Adrianna Darden processed this collection and developed the finding aid during December 2010.

 

SUBJECT HEADINGS:
Myrdal, Gunnar, 1898-1987.
Gustavus Adolphus College.  Honorary doctorate awards.

 

 

CAMC Collection 97

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“Inherent Imperfections in Foreign Policy,” The Fifth Annual Lecture of the Theresa M. Loeb Memorial Lecture, St. Louis, Missouri, 20 April 1965

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“The Under Class in the Great Society,” article for the Bicentennial Special Section, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 26 September 1965

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“1965 McDougall Memorial Lecture,” Thirteenth Conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 24 November 1965

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“What is Wrong with the Welfare State,” article for New York Times Sunday Magazine, 21 January 1966

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“The United States and the Integration Endeavors in Europe,” The Annual Lecture in the Social Sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles, 4 May 1966

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“Land Reform in its Broader Economic and Social Setting,” Opening Address at the Second World Land Reform Conference, held at FAO Headquarters in Rome, 20 June 1966

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“The Effects Toward Integration in Rich and Poor Countries,” for lecture in Mexico City, 3 October 1966

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“The Vietnam War and the Political and Moral Isolation of America,” Speech in New York at Madison Square Garden Rally, sponsored by National Committee and New York Council for a SANE Nuclear Policy, calling for end of Vietnam war now, 8 December 1966

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Address, ADA Annual Convention, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., 1 April 1967

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“The Radical Crisis in Perspective,” Introductory lecture to Symposium, University of California, Los Angeles, 24 May 1967

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“An Economist’s Vision of a Sane World,” lecture sponsored by the 1967 Exhibition in Montreal under the theme “Man and His World,” 29 May 1967

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“Vietnam - a Moral Problem for the Whole World,” Closing Address, The Stockholm World Conference on Vietnam, 9 July 1967

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“The Necessity and Difficulty of Planning the Future Society,” address to the National Consultation on the Future Environment of a Democracy: the Next Fifty Years, 1967-2017, called by the American Institute of Planners, 3 October 1967

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“The Role and Reality of Race,” luncheon speech at the Convocation “Toward the Year 2018” called by the Foreign Policy Association on the occasion of its 50th Anniversary, New York, 28 May 1968

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“Political Factors Affecting East-West Trade in Europe,” for Co-Existence, Pergamon Press, Oxford, July 1968

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“Gandhi as a Radical Liberal,” paper contributed for The Gandhi Centenary Commemoration Volume, New Delhi, Autumn 1968

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Address, at the inaugural ceremonies of Professor Woodrow M. Strickler as President of the University of Louisville, Kentucky, 18 November 1968

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“Twenty Years of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe,” reprinted from International Organization, Volume XXII, Number 3, 1968

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“Biases in Social Research,” Nobel Symposium 14: The Place of Value in a World of Facts, Stockholm, 15-20 September 1969

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“The Intergovernmental Organizations and the Role of Their Secretariats,” The W. Clifford Clark Memorial Lecture, The Institute of Public Administration of Canada, Toronto, 1969

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“Forward” to India’s Development: An Evaluation by Tarlok Sing, May 1970

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“Forward” to Chemical Warfare in Indochina, Free Press, New York, 1971, by Professor J.B. Neilands and five colleagues, October 1970

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“The Problem of Racial Integration in the United States,” address at Atlanta University Center Convocation, 5 November 1970

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“With Christmas and New Year Greetings, 1970-1971 from Alva and Gunnar Myrdal

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Interview in Ceres, FAO Review, Vol. 4, No. 2, March-April 1971

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“Economic Conditions and Policies in their Relation to War and Peace,” lecture at the Fourteenth International Seminar for Diplomats, Schloss Klesheim bei Salzburg in Austria, 30 July 1971

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“How Scientific are the Social Sciences,” the Gordon Allport Memorial Lecture, Harvard University, 4 November 1971

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“Crises and Cycles in the Development of Economics,” response at a luncheon for him and Alva Myrdal given by the American Economic Association at its meeting in New Orleans, La., 28 December 1971

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“The Place of Values in Social Policy,” article to be published in the Journal of Social Policy, Cambridge University Press, January 1972

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“India’s New Role Following Victory,” article to be published in the Indian press, Republic Day, 26 January 1972

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“Toward a New America,” keynote lecture at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 24 March 1972

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“The Need for a Sociology and Psychology of Social Science and Scientists,” opening address, the Annual Meeting of the British Sociological Association at the University of York, 11 April 1972

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“Economics of an Improved Environment,” lecture delivered in the Distinguished Lecture Series, sponsored by the International Institute for Environmental Affairs with the support of the Population Institute, held in connection with the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, Stockholm, 8 June 1972

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“Gunnar Myrdal’s An American Dilemna -- Has It Been Resolved?,” article for Citycorp Magazine, Numris 3 or 4, New York, 1972

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“A Contribution Towards a More Realistic Theory of Economic Growth and Development,” article to the Special Number of Mondes En Developpement, No. 3, a collective study  on development theory, directed by Professor Francois Perroux, 1972

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“Crises and Cycles in the Development of Economics,” an adaptation of a Response at a luncheon for the author and Alva Myrdal given by the American Economic Association at its yearly meeting in New Orleans, La., 28 December 1971, published in the American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, Vol. LXII, No. 2, May 1972.  The note on “stagflation” is added here.

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“Growth and Social Justice,” article prepared for the Economic Times Annual, Bombay, India, 1972

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“The World Poverty Problem,” 1972

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“Sweden: Paradise Lost,” undated

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“Twisted Terminology and Biased Theories,” contribution to a volume in honor of Raúl Prebisch, undated

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