Publications by Robert Zevin, Investment Advisor

– Review of North­ern Naval Supe­ri­or­ity and the Eco­nom­ics of the Amer­i­can Civil War, by David G. Sur­dam. Jour­nal of Eco­nomic Lit­era­ture, XLI (March 2003): 246–247.

– “Kon­drati­eff Cycles,” Busi­ness Cycles and Depres­sions, An Ency­clo­pe­dia, David Glas­ner ed.,Garland Publishing, 1997

– “Are World Finan­cial Mar­kets More Open? If So, Why and With What Effects?” Financial Openness and National Auton­omy, Tariq Banuri and Juliet B. Schor, eds., Oxford Uni­ver­sity Press, 1992

– “Some Hum­ble Obser­va­tions About the Econ­o­mist as a Pub­lic Con­sul­tant,” Jour­nal of Eco­nomic & Mon­e­tary Affairs, July 1, 1987

The Effects of Divest­ment on the Michi­gan Retire­ment System’s Stock Port­fo­lios, with SEICor­po­ra­tion, mimeo­graph, Jan­u­ary, 1986

– “Where Orwell Went Wrong About Us,” Boston Mag­a­zine, Jan­u­ary, 1984

A Greater Good: Poten­tials for an Intel­li­gent Econ­omy, Houghton Mif­flin, 1983

– “Pro­duc­ing Some­thing From Noth­ing,” Atlantic Monthly, August, 1982

– “The Eco­nom­ics of Nor­malcy,” Jour­nal of Eco­nomic His­tory, March, 1982“

– “A Plan for Con­trol­ling Infla­tion,” Atlantic Monthly, June, 1981

– “The New Eco­nomic Faith,” Atlantic Monthly, April, 1981

– “The Pro­duc­tiv­ity Per­plex,” Work­ing Papers, Fall 1980

– “The Mir­ror of Pro­duc­tion,” Lib­er­a­tion, Fall 1977

– “New York City Cri­sis — First Act in a New Age of Reac­tion,” The Fis­cal Cri­sis of Amer­i­can Cities, Roger E. Alcaly and David Mer­mel­stein, eds., Vin­tage Books, 1977

– “Tak­ing Care of Busi­ness,” Lib­er­a­tion, Spring 1976

– “The Eurodol­lar Sys­tem,” Eco­nomic Power Fail­ure: The Cur­rent Amer­i­can Cri­sis, Sum­ner Rosen, ed., Ran­dom House, 1975

– “Infla­tion: Its Roots and Fruits,” Work­ing Papers, Spring 1975

The Growth of Man­u­fac­tur­ing in Early Nine­teenth Cen­tury New Eng­land, Arno Press, 1975

– “An Inter­pre­ta­tion of Amer­i­can Impe­ri­al­ism,” Jour­nal of Eco­nomic His­tory, March, 1972

– “The Growth of Cot­ton Tex­tile Pro­duc­tion After 1815,” The Rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of Amer­i­can Eco­nomic His­tory, Harper & Row, 1971

– “The Use of a ‘Long Run’ Learn­ing Func­tion,” Work­shop in Eco­nomic His­tory, Uni­ver­sity of Chicago, 1968

– “A Call to Resist Illegitimate Authority,” with Grace Paley, Marc Raskin, Arthur Waskow, New York Times, 1967

– “The Growth of Man­u­fac­tur­ing in Early Nineteenth Century New England,” Journal of Economic History, December, 1965