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"Compensating Balance Requirements: The Results of a Survey," Journal of Finance, 1964 (with N. Baxter).

"The Demand for Money: Further Evidence from the Time Series," Journal of Political Economy, 1964 (with T. Courchene).

"Oligopoly Theory and Retail Food Pricing," Journal of Business, 1964 (with W. Baumol and R. Quandt).

"Distributed Lags, Interest Rate Expectations and the Impact of Monetary Policy," American Economic Review, 1967.

"Banking Structure and the Growth of Non-Bank Financial Intermediaries," National Banking Review, 1967 (with N. Baxter and D. MacFarland).

"The FBR-MIT Econometric Model: Its Special Features," American Economic Review, 1968 (with R. Rasche).

"Consumer Attitudes, Buying Intentions and Expenditures," Canadian Journal of Economics, 1969.

"Econometric Analysis of Policy Choices in an Open Economy," Review of Economics and Statistics, November 1969 (with J. Helliwell, L. Officer, and I. Stewart).

"The Structure of RDX1," Monograph-Bank of Canada Staff Research Study (with J. Helliwell, L. Officer, and I. Stewart).

The Economic Outlook for 1970 - Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference on the Economic Outlook, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1970 (with S. Hymans). (Ditto: 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, and 1981.)

"DHL-III-A Quarterly Econometric Model of the U.S. Economy," Monograph-Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1970 (with S. Hymans).

"The Choice of Optimal Intermediate Economic Targets," American Economic Review, May 1970 (with R. Holbrook).

"The Efficacy of Monetary and Fiscal Policy-A Comment," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 1971.

"Econometric Modeling and the Influence of U.S. Price Movements on Canadian Inflation–A Comment," Inflation-The Canadian Experience, D. Swan and D. Wilton (Eds.).

"Criteria for the Evaluation of Econometric Models," Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, P. 113, 1972 (with P. Dhrymes, et al). Reprinted in a Brookings volume.

"The Index of Consumer Sentiment and Economic Forecasting-A Reappraisal," Human Behavior in Economic Affairs, Essays in Honor of George Katona, Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam, 1972.

"The Structure of RDX2-a New Model of an Open Economy." Bank of Canada Research Study, 1972 (with J. Helliwell, G. Sparks, and I. Stewart).

"Poverty in Canada-A Bourgeois Economist's View." This forms one chapter in a book on Canadian Economic Problems and Policies, L. Officer and L. Smith (Eds.).

"Monetary and Fiscal Influences on U.S. Money Income-A Comment," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 1973.

"Is Verification Possible? The Evaluation of Large Econometric Models," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, June 1973.

"The Allocation of Household Income to Food Consumption," Five Thousand American Families-Patterns of Economic Progress, Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1973. A revised and expanded version of this paper is published in the Journal of Econometrics, 1976.

"Macro-Econometric Model Building in Socialist and Non-Socialist Countries-A Comparative Study," presented at the Econometric Society 3rd World Congress, Toronto, Canada, 1975 (with L. Halabuk). Published in the International Economic Review, October 1976.

"Inflation in the United States (1953-1974) An Analysis and Interpretation," in World Inflation, L. Krause and W. Salant (Eds.), Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., 1977.

"The Structure and Properties of the Michigan Quarterly Econometric Model of the U.S. Economy," International Economic Review, 1974 (with S. Hymans). Reprinted in Economic Performance, E. Burmeister and L. Kleing (Eds.), University of Pennsylvania Press, 1977.

"The Dynamics of Household Budget Allocation to Food Expenditures," Review of Economics and Statistics, November 1977 (with J. Benus and J. Kmenta).

"Macroeconometric Models of the Soviet Union and Eastern European Economics: A Tabular Survey," Econometrica, November 1977.

Commentary on "The Use of Econometric Methods in the Analysis of Centrally Planned Economics," by Donald W. Green, Journal of Comparative Economics, Volume 1, Number 3, 1977.

"Econometric Review of Alternative Fiscal and Monetary Policies: (1971-1975)," Review of Economies and Statistics, August 1978 (with S. Hymans and A. Hirsch).

"Inflationary Expectations and Consumer Behavior," Business Cycle Analysis: Papers Presented at the 14th CIRET, (Center for International Research on Economic Tendency Surveys) (with F.T. Juster), Conference Proceedings, Lisbon, 1979, pp. 143-186. (Published by Gover Publishing Company Limited, Westmead, Farnborough, Hants, England).

"The Social and Political Challenge of Inflation: An Economist's View" University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, Volume 14, Number 2, Winter 1981.

"Perspectives on the Forecasting Accuracy of Macro-econometric Models," presented at NSF Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 1978 (with D. Garmen). Large Scale Macroeconometric Models: Theory and Practice, J. Kmenta and J.B. Ramsey (Eds.), North Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam, 1981.

"The Privilege and the Responsibility-Some Reflections on the Nature, Function, and Future of Academic Tenure," Academe, November-December 1983.

"Are Schools for Learning?" The Education Digest, December 1983.

"Retooling Colleges for the 21st Century, New York Times, April 15, 1984.

"Is Taking Sides a Good Idea for Universities?" Science, July 6, 1984.

"Paradox, Change and Choice: An Economist's View of Some Current Health Care Resource Issues," The American Journal of Cardiology, Volume 56, August 23, 1985, pp. 3C-9C.

A Regional Econometric Forecasting System-Major Economic Areas of Michigan with George A. Fulton, The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1985.

"A National Research Strategy" (Commentary), Issues in Science and Technology, Spring 1986.

Tradition and Change: Perspectives on Education and Public Policy. The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1987.

"The Purpose of Schools Should Be Learning," The Education Digest, April 1988.

"The Keys to World Leadership: Science, Technology, Economic Growth and Everything," New Jersey Bell Journal, Volume II, Number 2, Summer 1988.

"A Dialogue on Competitiveness," Issues in Science and Technology, Summer 1988 (with Ralph E. Gomory).

"Higher Education in a Changing Environment; Some Scholarly and Economic Imperatives" Higher Education in a Changing Economy, Katherine H. Hanson and Joel W. Myerson (Eds.), MacMillan, New York 1990.

"Reflections on the Future of University-Based Research," Educational Record, Spring 1990.

"The Willingness to Risk Failure," Science, Volume 250, Number 4981, November 2, 1990.

"The Research University and the Economy," Queen's Quarterly, Volume 98, Number 3, Fall 1991. Also The Bridge, Volume 22, Number 3, Fall 1992.

"Balancing a Portfolio of Civic Responsibilities: The Research University," A Higher Education Map for the 1990s, Gene A. Budig (Ed.), American Council on Education/Macmillan Series on Higher Education, Spring 1992.

"The Functions and Resources of the American University of the Twenty-First Century," Minerva, Volume 30, Number 2, Summer 1992.

"Notes on the American University in a Changing World," The Universities of the Future: Roles in the Changing World Order, presented at The First Richard A. Harvill Conference on Higher Education, The University of Arizona, November 1992.

"Current Realities and Future Prospects," Academe, Volume 78, Number 7, January/February 1993.

Employment and Health Benefits: A Connection at Risk, Institute of Medicine, Marilyn J. Field and Harold T. Shapiro (Eds.), National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1993.

“Universities in Higher Education: Some Problems and Challenges in a Changing World,” Policy Frameworks for a Knowledge Economy, T. Courchene (Ed.), (with Bernard J. Shapiro), John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, October 1994.

The Adventure of Research -- "the Freshman Thesis", Article written for the Princeton Alumni Weekly, "The President's Page,"
October 26, 1994.

“The New University? The New Liberal Education?” Changing in a World of Change, The University of Michigan, October 1995.

“New Opportunities and New Constraints-Developing Tension in American Higher Education,” New Horizons in Research and Higher Education: Trends, Constraints, and Opportunities, Second Public GAAC Symposium, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1996.

“Cognition, Character, and Culture in Undergraduate Education: Rhetoric and Reality,” The American University, National Treasure or Endangered Species? Ronald G. Ehrenberg (Ed.), Cornell University Press, 1997.

"University Presidents-Then and Now," Universities and Their Leadership, William G. Bowen and Harold T. Shapiro (Eds.), Princeton University Press, 1998.

"Sistemas Éticos y Políticas Públicas: La Clonación de Seres Humanos. Un Ejercicio de Noventa Días Sobre la Ética Práctica y Profesional (Ethical Considerations and Public Policy. A Ninety Day Exercise in Practical and Professional Ethics: Cloning Human Beings), En las Fronteras de la Vida: Ciencia y Ética de la Clonación, presented at the Instituto De Bioetica Conference in Madrid, Spain, January 16, 1998.

"Stopping Science: Human Cloning-Should It Be Stopped?" Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine, Volume 9, Number 2, Summer 1999, presented at the "Stopping Science" workshop, Case Western Reserve University, September 25, 1998.

Bioethics and Public Policy, This paper is based on the anuual Andre Hellegers Lecture. Delivered at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics,
Georgetown University, December 1998.

“Ethical Considerations and Public Policy. A Ninety Day Exercise in Practical and Professional Ethics: Cloning Human Beings," Science and Engineering Ethics, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 1999.

“Liberal Education, Moral Education,” Princeton Alumni Weekly, January 27, 1999.

"The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1998," Justine Burley (Ed.), Nature Biotechnology, Volume 17, April 1999.

"Almost Persuaded: Reactions to Oldham et al," Archives of General Psychiatry, Volume 56, August 1999 (with J.F. Childress).

“Reflections on the Interface of Bioethics, Public Policy and Science” Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Volume 9, Number 3, The Johns Hopkins University Press, September 1999.

"Ethical Dilemmas and Stem Cell Research," Science, Volume 285, Number 5436, September 1999.

Review of “Germ-Line Intervention and our Responsibilities to Future Generations”, The New England Journal of Medicine, December 23, 1999.

Review of “The Second Creation: Dolly and the Age of Biological Control” in New Scientist, March 18, 2000.

“Federal Policy Making for Biotechnology, Executive Branch, National Bioethics Advisory Commission," Encyclopedia of Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues in Biotechnology, Thomas J. Murray and Maxwell J. Mehlman (Eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2000.

“Reflections on the Interface of Bioethics, Public Policy, and Science,” The Cloning Sourcebook, Arlene Judith Klotzko (Ed.), Oxford University Press, 2001.

“Ethical Issues in the Designing and Conduct of Clinical Trials in Developing Countries,” The New England Journal of Medicine, Meslin, E. M. (co-author), 345:139-142, 2001.

Larger Sense of Purpose: Higher Education and Society, Shapiro, Harold T., Princeton University Press, 2005.

Belmont Revisited, Ethical Principles for Research with Human Subjects, James F. Childress, Eric M. Meslin, and Harold T. Shapiro, Editors, Georgetown University Press, 2005.

“The Hamantash and the Foundation of Civilization: or, the Edible Triangle, the Oedipal Triangle, and the Interpretation of History,” The Great Latke – Hamantash Debate, Ruth Freedman Cernea, Editor, University of Chicago Press, 2005.