Research, 1930-2013

Scope and content:

Material such as research files and writings by others that Nerlove kept for reference purposes. Subjects include Africa (including AIDS, colonialism, and specific countries), bootstrap and Monte Carlo methods, Brazil, econometric models, growth, Indonesia, likelihood, panel data, rubber, and time series. Organized into three subseries: Research and Notes, Writings by Others, and Stanford University Papers (a subset of Writings by Others). This preserves Nerlove division between the two, which was based on classification by subject or person. While both contain writings by others, Writings by Others is almost exclusively so, while Research and Notes is used here as a catch-all for any type of research material.


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Access note. Some materials in this collection are electronic records that require special equipment. Contact Research Services with questions.

Access restricted. Some materials in this collection include student records. In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, Duke University permits students to inspect their education records and limits the disclosure of personally identifiable information from education records. Contact Research Services for more information.

Access restricted. There is a file of Nobel Prize reviews that are restricted for 50 years after creation. Contact Research Services for more information.

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