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Acknowledgements

The authors would like to thank the following who have kindly given their

permission to reproduce previously published material, namely:

The NIESR to reproduce Figures 1.1 and 1.2 from the article by A. Britton,

‘Macroeconomics and History’, in the National Institute Economic Review,

January 2002.

The Ohio State University Press to reproduce Figure 5.6 and Table 5.2

from the article by A. Alesina and L.H. Summers, ‘Central Bank Independence

and Macroeconomic Performance: Some Comparative Evidence’, Journal

of Money, Credit and Banking, May 1993.

The OECD to reproduce Tables 1.2 and 11.1 from the book by A. Maddison,

The World Economy: A Millennial Perspective, copyright 2001, OECD.

Palgrave Macmillan to reproduce Tables 2.3–2.6 from the book by P.

Deutscher, R.G. Hawtrey and the Development of Macroeconomics, 1990,

Macmillan.

Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Pearson Addison Wesley to reproduce

Table 6.1 from the book by A.B. Abel and B.S. Bernanke, Macroeconomics, 4th

edn., p. 288, copyright 2001, Pearson Education.

The International Honor Society in Economics to reproduce the interview

with Greg Mankiw which appears as part of a fuller article by the authors,

‘New Keynesian Economics Today: The Empire Strikes Back’, in The American

Economist, Spring 1995.

MCB University Press to reproduce the interview with Milton Friedman

which appears as part of a fuller article by the authors, ‘Modern Macroeconomics

and Its Evolution from a Monetarist Perspective: An Interview with

Professor Milton Friedman’, in the Journal of Economic Studies, 1997.

Routledge to reproduce the interview with Robert E. Lucas Jr which appears

as part of a fuller article by the authors, ‘Transforming Macroeconomics:

An Interview with Robert E. Lucas Jr.’, in the Journal of Economic Methodology,

June 1998.

The International Honor Society on Economics to reproduce the interview

with Alberto Alesina which appears as part of a fuller article by the authors,

‘The New Political Macroeconomics’, in The American Economist, Spring

1999.

NTC Economic and Financial Publishing, Washington, DC, USA and

Henley-on Thames, UK to reproduce the interview with James Tobin which

appears as part of a fuller article by the authors, ‘James Tobin, 1918–2002:

An “Unreconstructed Old Keynesian” Who Wouldn’t Quit’, in World Economics,

July–September 2002.

The authors also wish to thank Professor Paul Romer for permission to use

their interview with him, the copyright on which is held by Professor Romer.