Theodore W. Schultz Collection
Theodore W. (William) Schultz
2.1 linear feet (5 document cases)
English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese
South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.
This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used in-house only.
Name of item . Theodore W. Schultz collection. MA 22. South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.
Theodore Schultz, 1927 graduate of South Dakota State College, was the 1979 winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. This collection is composed mainly of Schultz's personal collection of articles he authored. Most are offprints from the journal in which the article appeared and many bear Schultz's signature. Included are a few articles not authored by Schultz which are review articles or contain biographical material about Schultz.
Theodore William Schultz was born in Arlington, South Dakota, April 30, 1902. He was the oldest of eight children. During World War I, with labor scarce, he worked on the family farm instead of going to high school. The agricultural depression that blighted farms during the 1920s prompted him to go to college to study the underlying causes of what had happened. He studied economics at South Dakota State University and received his bachelor's degree in 1926. He then went on to graduate school at the University of Wisconsin where he received his master's and doctoral degrees in 1930.
After graduation, Schultz began his teaching career in agricultural economics at Iowa State University. Four years later he became head of the Department of Economic Sociology. During World War II, scholars at the school collaborated with outside specialists on reports demonstrating how government policy could promote the national interest by influencing agricultural production. One report recommended that margarine be substituted for butter. The Iowa Dairy Industry and the college administration tried to prevent publication. While Dr. Schultz successfully led the charge against censorship, he and several others resigned in protest in 1943.
Dr. Schultz went on to the University of Chicago. He soon became department chairman, and his leadership was credited with helping Chicago become an academic center for innovative theory. He became a Charles L. Hutchinson Distinguished Service Professor in 1952 and gained emeritus status in 1972 upon his retirement.
Schultz popularized the idea of "human capital"--the idea of treating educational spending as an investment. He was also known for his view of agriculture as a contributor to a nation's economic development, not simply a way to feed the work force in other areas of the economy. For this he war presented with the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1979, a prize he shared with Arthur Lewis.
Schultz authored several books and edited others during his long career, and he gained worldwide recognition for his investigations into investment in human resources as a means toward economic progress. He won the Francis A. Walker Medal in 1972, which is given only once every five years by the American Economics Association. He received five honorary doctoral degrees during his career from various universities, including one from South Dakota State University. His long and varied career has included serving as adviser and consultant to some of the nation's largest foundations, numerous federal agencies, the White House, and branches of the military.
Theodore married Esther Werth, a native of Frankfort, South Dakota and a graduate of South Dakota State University. They had two daughters; Elaine and Margaret and one son; T. Paul.
Theodore W. Schultz formally retired in 1972 but remained an active researcher until he fractured his hip in 1990 and became bedridden. He died February 26, 1998 in an Evanston, Illinois nursing home after suffering from pneumonia.
This collection is arranged into three series:
Series 1. General
Series 2. Publications
Series 3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz
Folders are arranged in alphabetical order within each series.
This collection is composed mainly of Schultz's personal collection of articles he authored. Most are offprints from the journal in which the article appeared and many bear Schultz's signature. Also included are a few articles not authored by Schultz which are review articles or contain biographical material about Schultz.
The general series is composed of correspondence and a few collected works include either articles about Schultz or items that Schultz reviewed. The correspondence contains a letter from Schultz to Dr. Leon Raney, Dean of Libraries, South Dakota State University discussing writing a bibliography about Schultz.
Publications are composed of Schultz' personal collections of articles, books and reports that he wrote. Most are off-prints from the journal in which the article appeared and many bear Schultz's signature.
The Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz consists mainly of article drafts and conference papers, with a small amount being article reprints. This material was collected by Dale Hoover, a member of North Carolina State University Department of Agricultural and Resources Economics faculty. The items include highlighted passages and notation by Hoover. Some items have notes from Schultz to Hoover. It appears that Schultz would occasionally send drafts of articles to Hoover for opinions before publication.
Miscellaneous Committees, Centennial Steering Committee
South Dakota State University Archives, South Dakota State University, Brookings, S.D.
Call number: Archives: UA 51.1
South Dakota State University's Schultz-Werth award manuscript: correspondence 1964-
South Dakota State University. Schultz-Werth Award Committee
Call number: Archives: LB2383.S61
Schultz-Werth Award Committee, South Dakota State University's Schultz-Werth award manuscript: list of papers and award winners, 1964-
South Dakota State University
Call number: [Archives: LB2383.S612
Schultz-Werth Award Committee, South Dakota State University's Schultz-Werth award manuscript: papers, 1964-
South Dakota State University
Call number: Archives: LB2383.S6
Theodore W. Schultz papers, University of Chicago, Library. Dept. of Special Collections
Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Library, 1997?.
Call number: [Books/Upper Level: HD1771.5 .S38 1997
Agriculture in an unstable economy
New York, McGraw-Hill, 1945.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1761.S27
Crisi economiche nell'agricoltura mondiale
Roma: Instituto nazionale di economia agraria, 1967.
Call number: Archives: HD1415.S3316
Distortions of agricultural incentives
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1978.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1405.D57 1978
Economic crises in world agriculture
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press .
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1415.S34e
Economic growth and agriculture
New York: McGraw-Hill, c1968.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1415.S342 1968
The economic organization of agriculture
New York, McGraw-Hill, 1953.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1411.S35e
The economic value of education
New York, Columbia University Press, 1963.
Call number: Archives: LB41.S35e
The economics of being poor
Oxford, UK; Cambridge, Mass., USA : Blackwell, 1993.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HC79.P6 S335 1993
The economics of research and agricultural productivity
[New York]: International Agricultural Development Service, .
Call number: Books/Upper Level: S540.A2 S36
Economics of the family: marriage, children and human capital: a conference report of the National Bureau of Economic Research
Chicago: Published for the National Bureau of Economic Research by the University of Chicago Press, 1974.
Call number: Archives: HQ728.E3
Food for the world
Chicago, University of Chicago Press .
Call number: Books/Upper Level: TX353.S35f
New York, National Bureau of Economic Research, distributed by Columbia University Press, 1972.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HB501.5 .F5 1971
Investing in people: the economics of population quality
Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, c1981.
Call number: Archives: HD4904.7. S37
Investment in human capital; the role of education and of research
New York, Free Press [1970, c1971].
Cal number: Archives: HB501.5 .S35i
La organización ecn>onómica de la agricultura
México, Fondo de Cultura Económica [c1965].
Call number: Archives: HD1411.S4318 1965
Lectures in agricultural economics, [Washington]: Dept. of Agriculture
Economic Research Service, 1977.
Call number: Archives: HD1761.L42 1977
O capital humano : investimentos em educação e pesan-quisa
Rio de Janeiro: Zahar Editores, 1973.
Call number: Archives: HB501.5 .S32
Production and welfare of agriculture
New York, Macmillan, 1949.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1761.S278
Redirecting farm policy
New York: Macmillan, 1943.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1761.S28
Restoring economic equilibrium : human capital in the modernizing economy
Oxford, UK; Cambridge, MA : Blackwell, 1990.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD75.S38 1990
Selected presentations from a symposium with Theodore W. Schultz, nobel laureate in economics: a centennial event at South Dakota State University concerning the importance of investing in people
Brookings, South Dakota, September 21-22, 1981, Brookings, S.D.: South Dakota State University, 1981.
Call number: Archives: HD1417.S38
Training and recruiting of personnel in the rural social studies, prepared for the Committee on rural social studies of the American council on Education
Washington, D. C., American council on education, 1941.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HT411.S35
Transforming traditional agriculture
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1964
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1411.S35t
Vanishing farm markets and our world trade
Boston, World Peace Foundation, 1935.
Call number: Books/Upper Level: HD1761.S3
Agriculture and state
Agriculture research -- Economic aspects
Agriculture -- Economic aspects
Developing countries -- Agriculture
Developing countries -- Agriculture research -- Economic aspects
Economics -- Study and teaching
Education -- Economic aspects
Family size -- Economic aspects
Fertility, Human -- Economic aspects
Food industry and trade
Prices -- United States
Schultz, Theodore W. (Theodore William), 1902-1998
Sociology -- Study and teaching
|1. General||1||1||Collected works||1967-1992, undated|
|1. General||1||2||Correspondence||1978-1980, 1989|
|2. Publications||1||3||"Agricultural Productivity in Low Income Countries," Agricultural Economics Paper No. 81:22 (draft outline)||1981 July/August|
|2. Publications||1||4||"Agricultural Productivity in Low Income Countries," and "Investing in People" Selected Presentations from a Symposium with Theodore W. Schultz, Centennial event at South Dakota State University concerning the importance of investing in people, pp. 7-10, 12-16||1981 September 21-22|
|2. Publications||1||5||"Agriculture in an Unstable Economy--Revisited," Journal of the Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council, vol. 3, no. 2||1974 October|
|2. Publications||1||6||"An Alternative Diagnosis on the Farm Problem," reprinted from Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 38, no. 5, pp.1137-1152 (reprint)||1956 December|
|2. Publications||1||7||"Are University Scholars and Scientists Free Agents?" Southern Humanities Review, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 251-260||1988 Summer|
|2. Publications||1||8||"Capital Formation by Education," The Journal of Political Economy, vol. 48, no. 6, pp. 571-583 (reprint)||1960 December|
|2. Publications||1||9||"Capital Rationing, Uncertainty, and Farm-Tenancy Reform," The Journal of Political Economy, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 309-324 (reprint)||1940 June|
|2. Publications||1||10||"Comment" The Southern Economic Journal, vol. 32, no. 1, part 2, pp. 13-14 (reprint)||1965 July|
|2. Publications||1||11||"Crisi Economiche Nell'Agricolture Mondial, Istituto Nazionale de Economic Agraria||1967|
|2. Publications||1||12||"Discussion - Student Loan Programs," by Edith Green, John F. Morse, Theodore W. Schultz, Edward Shapire, Harvard Educational Review, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 360-378 (reprint)||1963|
|2. Publications||1||13||"Disertacion del Dr. Theodore W. Schultz: Comercio y productividad agropecuarie: una vision politica y economica para el largo plazo," 4a Convencion de Bancos Privados Nacionales, Extrategias para el Crecimiento Economico, Actas y Documentos Tecnicos||1986|
|2. Publications||1||14||"Distortions of Investment in Human Capital - Part VII. Policies Affecting Human Resources," Colloquium on Alternatives for Economic Policy: Complete proceedings of a Conference Board Public Policy Forum, pp. 86-93||1981|
|2. Publications||1||15||"La Economia de la Pobreza (The Economics of Being Poor)," Agrociencia, pp. 19-29.||1980|
|2. Publications||1||16||"La Economia de ser pobre," Secretaria de Agricultura y Recursos Hidraulicos Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agricolas||1981|
|2. Publications||2||1||"Economic Crises in World Agriculture," The University of Michigan Press (book)||1965|
|2. Publications||2||2||"Economic Distortions by the International Donor Community," reprinted from Academia Economic Papers, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 57-68 (reprint)||1981, 1981|
|2. Publications||2||3||"Economic Growth Theory and Profit in Larin American Farming," Agricultural Development in Latin America: The Next Decade, Inter-American Development Bank, pp. 169-188||1967|
|2. Publications||2||4||"Economic Impact of Science and Technology," Hearings before a Subcommittee on the Committee on Appropriations House of Representatives, 87th Congress, Second session, pp. 144-154||1962|
|2. Publications||2||5||"Economics and agricultural research (La economia y la investigacion agricola)," separata Decarrollo Rural en las Americas, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 171-180||1980|
|2. Publications||2||6||"The Economics of Agricultural Productivity in Low Income Countries," Conference on Agricultural Development in China, Japan, and Korea||1980 December 17-20|
|2. Publications||2||7||"Economics of being poor," from Rural Poverty and the Policy Crisis, Robert O. Coppedge and Carlton G. Davis, editors, Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, chapter 3, pp. 35-42||1977|
|2. Publications||2||8||"The economics of being poor," The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 36, no. 9, pp. 32-37||1980 November|
|2. Publications||2||9||"The Economics of Research and Agricultural Productivity," HortScience, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 123-127 and 5 Essays on Science and Farmers in the Developing World, pp. 25-31||1980 April, 1985|
|2. Publications||2||10||"Economics of the Family, Marriage, Children, & Human Capital," edited by Schultz, A Conference Report of the National Bureau of Economic Research, published for the National Bureau of Economic Research by The University of Chicago Press||1974|
|2. Publications||2||11||"An Economist's Case for School Reform," (draft) paper presented for a discussions sponsored by the Mid-American Institute for Public Policy Research on October 27, 1987 (draft)||1988 July 1|
|2. Publications||2||12||"Education and Economic Growth," Sixtieth Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Part II, pp. 46-88 (offprint)||1961|
|2. Publications||2||13||"Education and productivity," prepared for the National Commission on Productivity||1971|
|2. Publications||2||14||"Education and Research in Rural Development," reprint from Rural Development in Tropical Latin America, pp. 391-402 (offprint)||undated|
|2. Publications||3||1||"The Emerging Economic Scene and Its Relation to High-School Education," reprinted for private circulation from The High School in a New Era, Francis S. Chase and Harold A. Anderson, editors, The University of Chicago Press, pp. 97-109 (reprint)||1958|
|2. Publications||3||2||"The Family and the Value of Human Time," Milburn Lincoln Wilson Distinguished Lectures, vol. 1, pp. 38-44||1980|
|2. Publications||3||3||"Governments, Foundations and the Bias of Research," reprinted from Minerva, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 460-468 (reprint)||1979 Autumn|
|2. Publications||3||4||"A 'Guide' to Investors in Education with Special Reference to Developing Countries," Education and Development Reconsidered: The Bellagio Conference Papers, pp. 48-57||1974|
|2. Publications||3||5||"The High Value of Human Time: Population Equilibrium," The Journal of Political Economy, vol. 82, no. 2, pp. S2-s10 (reprint)||1974 March/April|
|2. Publications||3||6||"Higher Education: The Equity-Efficiency Quandary," IDA Economic Papers||1973 March|
|2. Publications||3||7||"Human Wealth and Economic Growth," reprinted from Reconstruction in Religion, (reprint)||1961 December|
|2. Publications||3||8||"The Increasing Economic Value of Human Time," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 54, no. 5, pp. 843-850 (reprint)||1972|
|2. Publications||3||9||"Increasing World Food Supplies: The Economic Requirements," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 56, no. 2, pp. 322-328 and Prospected of the World Food Supply: A Symposium, pp. 18-24||1966 August 15|
|2. Publications||3||10||"Inflationary Expectations and Farmers' Recent Economic Behavior," Don Kaldor Memorial Lecture, Staff Papers Series #102, Department of Economics, Iowa State University||1979 October|
|2. Publications||3||11||"Institutions and the Rising Economic Value of Man," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 50, no. 5, pp. 1113-1122 (reprint)||1968 December|
|2. Publications||3||12||"Investment in Entrepreneurial Ability," Scandinavian Journal of Economics, vol. 82, p. 437-448 (reprint)||1980|
|2. Publications||3||13||"Investment in Human Capital," Community Development Review, Department of State, Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C., vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 21-38||1963 June|
|2. Publications||3||14||"Investment in Human Capital," The American Economic Review, vol. 51, no. 1, pp. 1-17 (reprint)||1961 March|
|2. Publications||3||15||"Investment in Human Capital in Poor Countries," Foreign Trade and Human Capital, pp. 3-15 (reprint)||1962|
|2. Publications||3||16||"Investment in Man: An Economist's View," The Social Service Review, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 109-117 (reprint)||1959 June|
|2. Publications||3||17||"Investment in Poor People," Seminar on Manpower Policy and Program, US Department of Labor||1967 February|
|2. Publications||3||18||"Investing in Poor People: An Economist's View," The American Economic Review, vol 55, no. 2, pp. 510-520 (reprint)||1965 May|
|2. Publications||3||19||"Knowledge, Agriculture and Welfare," Science Studies, vol. 2, pp. 361-368 (reprint)||1972|
|2. Publications||4||1||"Life Span, Health, Savings, and Productivity," Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 399-421 (reprint)||1979 April|
|2. Publications||4||2||"The Long View of Investment in People," Business Conditions in the Kalamazoo Area, A Quarterly Review, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 20-25||1982|
|2. Publications||4||3||"Migration: An Economist's View," in Human Migration, edited by William H. McNeill and Ruth Adams, Indiana University Press, pp. 350-359||1978|
|2. Publications||4||4||"Optimal Investment in College Instruction: Equity and Efficiency," Journal of Political Economy, vol. 80, no. 3, part 2, pp. S2-S30 (reprint)||1972 May/June|
|2. Publications||4||5||"On Economics, Agriculture, and the Political Economy," Decision-Making and Agriculture, 16th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Nairobi, Kenya, The First Elmhirst Memorial Lecture, pp. 15-24||1977|
|2. Publications||4||6||"On the Economics of Agricultural Production Over Time," Economic Inquity, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 10-20||1981/1982|
|2. Publications||4||7||"Our Welfare State and the Welfare of Farm People," The Social Service Review, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 123-129 (reprint)||1964 June|
|2. Publications||4||8||"Output-Input Relationships Revisited," Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 40, no. 4, pp. 924-932 (reprint)||1958 November|
|2. Publications||4||9||"El Papel de la Tierra en el Desarrollo Economico," Sobrietiro de Le Trimestre Economico, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 561-587||1959 October-December|
|2. Publications||4||10||"Policy Lessons from the Economic Mobilization of the United States," Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 613-620 (reprint)||1951 November|
|2. Publications||4||11||"Production Opportunities in Asian Agriculture: An Economist's Agenda," in Development and Change in Traditional Agriculture, Focus on South Asia, Asian Studies Center, Michigan State University, pp. 1-8||1968 November|
|2. Publications||4||12||"Public Approaches to Minimize Poverty," Poverty Amid Affluence, Leo Fishman, editor, Yale University Press, pp. 165-181 (reprint)||1966|
|2. Publications||4||13||"The Rate of Return in Allocating Investment Resources to Education," in Economics Papers, The Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand, New South Wales and Victorian Branches, no. 27, pp. 40-55||1968 June|
|2. Publications||4||14||"Reckoning the Economic Achievements and Prospected of Low Income Countries," The Fifth James C. Snyder Memorial Lecture in Agricultural Economics||1979 February 22|
|2. Publications||4||15||"The Reckoning of Education as Human Capital," Education, Income, and Human Capital, vol. 35, pp. 297-306 (reprint)||1970|
|2. Publications||4||16||"Reflections on Agricultural Production, Output and Supply," Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 748-762 (reprint)||1956 August|
|2. Publications||4||17||"Reflection on Investment in Man," The Journal of Political Economy, vol. 70, no. 5, part 2, supplement, pp. 1-8 (reprint)||1962 October|
|2. Publications||4||18||"Reflections on Teaching and Learning in Colleges of Agriculture," Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 17-22 (reprint)||1965 February|
|2. Publications||4||19||"India's Hunger: Report of the Famine Mission to India," by chairman, Theodore W. Schultz, American Famine Mission to India||1946|
|2. Publications||4||20||"Resource Allocation in Traditional Agriculture, Reply," Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 933-938 (reprint)||1967 November|
|2. Publications||4||21||"Retrospective Assessment of the Economic Test Scores of Counties on the Oil Question During the 1970s," WATTec 10, The Annual Energy Conference & Exhibition, Proceedings of the Public Awareness Symposium, pp. 29-38||1983 February 23-25|
|2. Publications||4||22||"The Role of Government in Promoting Economic Growth," Leonard D. White (ed.): The State of the Social Sciences, University of Chicago Press, pp. 372-383 (reprint)||1956|
|2. Publications||4||23||"Science and the Policies of Governments: The Implications of Science and Technology for National and International Affairs," Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Theodore Schultz member of the Secretary General's AdHoc Advisory Group on Science Policy||1963 September|
|2. Publications||4||24||"Some Economic Issues in Improving the Quality in Education," from The Proceedings of the Seventh National Conference on School Finance, pp. 32-37||1964 April 5-7|
|2. Publications||4||25||"Supporting Agricultural Prices by Concealed Dumping," The Journal of Political Economy, vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 157-160 (reprint)||1948 April|
|2. Publications||4||26||"U.S. Endeavors to Assist Low-Income Countries Improve Economic Capabilities of Their People," Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 43, no. 5, pp. 1068-1077 (reprint)||1961 December|
|2. Publications||4||27||"Uber einige wichtige Zusammenhange zwischen Politik, Wirtschaft und Landwirtschaft," Agrarwirtschaft, Jahrgang 25, Heft 11, pp. 309-313||1976 November|
|2. Publications||4||28||"Underinvestment in the Quality of Schooling the Rural Farm Areas," Increasing Understanding of Public Problems and Policies, Farm Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 12-34 (reprint)||1964|
|2. Publications||4||29||"Uneven Prospects for Gains from Agricultural Research Related to Economic Policy," unknown, chapter 28, pp. 578-589||undated|
|2. Publications||4||30||"Urban Developments and Policy Implications for Agriculture," Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 1-9 (reprint)||1966 October|
|2. Publications||4||31||"The Value of Higher Education in Low Income Countries: An Economist's View," unknown, pp. 42-62||undated|
|2. Publications||4||32||"The Value of the Ability to Deal with Disequilibria," The Journal of Economic Literature, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 827-846 (reprint)||1975 September|
|2. Publications||4||33||"Value of U.S. Farm Surpluses to Underdeveloped Countries," The Journal of Farm Economics, vol. 42, no. 5, pp. 1019-1030 (reprint)||1960 December|
|2. Publications||4||34||"Wartime Farm and Food Policy Farm Prices for Food Production" Iowa State College Press, Pamphlet no. 2||1943 February|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||1||"The Agricultural Emergency in Iowa. III. The Voluntary Domestic Allotment Plan," Agricultural Experiment Station, Iowa State College, Circular no. 141||1932 December|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||2||"Agricultural policy for what?" University of Chicago Office of Agricultural Economics, Research Paper no. 5910||1959 March 22|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||3||"Capital Formation by Education," Journal of Political Economy, v. 68, pp. 571-583||1960|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||4||"Distortions of Economic Research," Human Capital Paper 79:10 (draft)||1979 December 5|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||5||"The Dynamics of Soil Erosion in the United States: A Critical View," Agricultural Economics Paper no. 82:8||1982 March|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||6||"Economic distortions by the International Donor Community," Agricultural Economics Paper 80:32 (draft)||1980 October 17|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||7||"Economic Dynamics of Agricultural Development," Agricultural Economics Paper 80:28 (draft)||1980 October 7|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||8||"The Economic Value of Human Capital and Research: Puerto Rice and the Caribbean," Human Capital Paper no. 84:2 (draft)||1984 May 8|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||9||"The Economics of Agricultural Productivity in Low Income Countries" Agricultural Economics Paper 80:36 (draft)||1980 December 8|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||10||"The Economics of Research and Agricultural Productivity," International Agricultural Development Service Occasional Paper||1979 May|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||11||"The Entrepreneurial Function in Agricultural Research," Agricultural Economics Paper 80:29 (draft)||1980 October 6|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||12||"Food, Population and the Ecosystem," Agricultural Economics Paper no. 71:10 (draft)||1971 July 20|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||13||"Handout: Wugong Statistics and Other Clues," (Supplement to "Notes on China" Agricultural Economics Paper no. 81:5) Agricultural Economics Paper no. 81:6||1981 February 1|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||14||"The Hungry, Crowded Competitive World: A Longer View of History Should Dispel Pessimism," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, pp. 26-31||1977 October|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||15||"The International Part in Expanding Indian Agriculture," from C.H. Shah, ed., Agricultural Development of India, Bombay: Orient London Ltd., Chapter 3, pp. 53-71||1979|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||16||"Investment in Entrepreneurial Ability," Scandinavian Journal of Economics, v. 82, no. 4||1980|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||17||"Lingering Doubts About Economics," Human Capital Paper 74:6||1974 December 10|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||18||"The Long View in Economic Policy: The Case of Agriculture and Food," International Center for Economic Growth Occasional Papers no. 1||1987|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||19||"The Making of Economics," Human Capital Paper 91:2||1991|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||20||"Nobel Lecture - Concluding Remarks," Journal of Political Economy, v. 88||1980|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||21||"On Economics, Agriculture, and the Political Economy," Agricultural Economics Paper no. 76:17 - Elmhirst Lecture - International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Nairobi, Kenya||1976 July/August|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||22||"On Economics and Politics of Agriculture," Workshop on Resources, Incentives, and Agriculture, University of Chicago||1977 September/October|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||23||"On Entering an Era of Economic Reforms," Human Capital 88:6||1988 November 30|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||24||"On Investing in Specialized Human Capital to Attain Increasing Returns," Human Capital 85:5||1986 May 20|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||25||"Our Welfare State and the Welfare of Farm People," The Social Service Review, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 123-129 (reprint)||1964 June|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||26||"A Policy to Redistribute Losses from Economic Progress," The University of Chicago Agricultural Economics Research Paper no. 6008||1960 October 31|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||27||"Politics versus Economics in Food and Agriculture Throughout the World," Agricultural Economics Research Paper (draft)||1978 March|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||28||"Population, People, Parents," Human Capital Paper no. 82:8, for the 30th Year Celebration of the Population Council (draft)||1982 June 4|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||29||"Prospects for Agricultural Recovery. V. Is Out National Farm Plant too Large?" Agricultural Experiment Station, Iowa State College, Bulletin 314||1934 March|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||30||"The Rate of Return in Allocating Investment Resources to Education," The Journal of Human Resources, v. 2, no. 3, pp. 293-309 (reprint)||1967 Summer|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||31||"Resources for Higher Education, an Economist's View," The Journal of Political Economy, v. 76, no. 3, pp. 327-347 (reprint)||1968 May/June|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||32||"Some Economic Implications of Increases in Life Span with Special Reference to India," Schultz with Rati Ram, Human Capital Paper no. 77:4||1977 June/September|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||33||"Tensions Between Economics and Politics in Dealing with Agriculture," Agricultural Economics Paper no. 84:24 (draft)||1984 December/1985 January/August|
|3. Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz||5||34||"What Are We Doing to Research Entrepreneurship?" Agricultural Economics Paper no. 77:11||1977 March 25|
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used in-house only.
Researchers conducting extensive research are asked to make an advance appointment to access archival material. Please call or e-mail prior to visiting the collection and indicate as much detail as possible about a particular topic and intended use.
South Dakota State University supports access to the materials, published and unpublished, in its collections. Nonetheless, access to some items may be restricted as a result of their fragile condition or by contractual agreements with donors.
Copyright restrictions apply in different ways to different materials. Many of the documents and other historical materials in the Archives are in the public domain and may be reproduced and used in any way. There are other materials in the Archive carrying a copyright interest and must be used according to the provisions of Title 17 of the U.S. Code. The Archive issues a warning concerning copyright restrictions to every researcher who requests copies of documents. Although the copyright law is under constant redefinition in the courts, it is ultimately the responsibility of the researcher to properly use copyrighted material.
Arranged and Described by
Crystal J. Gamradt, Archivist, November 19, 1998. Additional material was added on April 20, 2016.