[National Bureau of Economic Research 50th Anniversary Dinner part I]
This audio recording contains the celebration of the National Bureau of Economic Research’s 50th anniversary. Multiple speakers each take thirty minutes to speak on the success of the bureau as well as the guest of honor. The first speaker is Mr. Wassily Leontief who speaks on the changes and improvements made in the economic world because of the presence of the National Bureau of Economic Research. The second speaker, George P. Schultz, speaks on different techniques and products that have changed over the past fifty years. Schultz also speaks on Burn’s Laws. The last speaker is John R. Meyer. Meyer discusses the advances of the bureau in the past 25 years such as their new international program and launch of new studies programs.
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Leontief, Wassily; Schultz, George; and Meyer, John R., "[National Bureau of Economic Research 50th Anniversary Dinner part I]" (1970). Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 3.