Collection Number: 40498

Collection Title: Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)

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Size 7.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 40,000 items)
Abstract Stanley W. Black is a white Georges Lurcy Distinguished Professor of Economics in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Economics, where he has taught since 1983. Black is best known for his work applying the rational expectations theory to floating exchange rates. In addition to his academic work, Black served on the Council of Economic Advisers in the mid-1960s and worked with the U.S. Department of State in the mid-1970s. He has been a consultant to the International Monetary Fund and has testified before Congress and the House of Commons. In 1984, Black served as economic adviser to North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt during Hunt’s 1984 Senate campaign against Jesse Helms. Records consist of correspondence, research files and notes, and materials related to Black's work on the Council of Economic Advisers.
Creator Black, Stanley W.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
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No usage restrictions.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Stanley W. Black Papers #40498, University Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received March 2019 from Stanley W. Black (RT 20190404.2).
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Stanley W. Black is a white Georges Lurcy Distinguished Professor of Economics in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Economics, where he has taught since 1983. Black is best known for his work applying the rational expectations theory to floating exchange rates. In addition to his academic work, Black served on the Council of Economic Advisers in the mid-1960s and worked with the U.S. Department of State in the mid-1970s. He has been a consultant to the International Monetary Fund and has testified before Congress and the House of Commons. In 1984, Black served as economic adviser to North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt during Hunt’s 1984 Senate campaign against Jesse Helms.

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Records consist of correspondence, research files and notes, and materials related to Black's work on the Council of Economic Advisers.

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Contents list

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Box 1

Thesis files #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 1

Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) materials #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 1

Box 2

Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) materials #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 2

Correspondence, 1965-1979 #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 2

Box 3

Correspondence, 1979-1986 #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 3

Port risk paper notes and correspondence #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 3

FXRMP Theory notes #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 3

Rational expectations theory notes and correspondence #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 3

Box 4

Rational expectations theory notes and correspondence #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 4

Congressional testimony #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 4

Public policy conference #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 4

Correspondence, 1986-1991 #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 4

North Carolina Leadership Forum correspondence #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 4

Ed Bernstein and Lurcy #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 4

Correspondence, 1991-1992 #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 4

Box 5

Correspondence, 1991-2002 #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 5

Essays and CV, 2004; 2015 #40498, Series: "Stanley W. Black Papers, 1965-2015 (bulk 1965-2002)" Box 5

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Processing Information

Processed by: Tierra Thomas, May 2019

Encoded by: Laura Smith, May 2019

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