Julian L. Simon

Curriculum Vitae

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Married, three children
Born February 12, 1932



Professional History

1983 - Present Professor of Business Administration, University of Maryland, College Park
1983, Fall Visiting Senior Fellow, Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC
1974-1975 Visiting Professor of Business Administration, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
1970-1971 Visiting Professor of Business Administration and of Demography, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
1969-1983 Professor of Economics and of Business Administration, University of Illinois
1968, Spring Visiting Senior Lecturer in Business, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
1966-1969 Assistant and associate professor of marketing, University of Illinois, Urbana
1963-1966 Assistant Professor of Advertising, University of Illinois, Urbana
1961-1963 Owner, Julian Simon Associates, mail-order firm and advertising agency; occasional consultant, Joel Dean Associates, economic consultants
1959-1961 Associate director and working supervisor, Library Use Study, University of Chicago
1957-1959 Graduate student, University of Chicago
1957 Assistant promotion manager, Ziff-Davis Publishing Company,New York
1956 Advertising copywriter, William Douglas MacAdams, Inc., New York.
1953-1956 U.S. Navy line officer to Lt. (j.g.), deck and engineering duties aboard destroyer USS Samuel B. Roberts, and Naval Gunfire Liaison Officer and Battalion Legal Officer attached to Marines at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
1949-1953 Undergraduate student, Harvard College, Navy ROTC Holloway Plan full scholarship.
During schooling worked as encyclopedia salesman, caddy, cost accountant, drugstore clerk, self-employed sign painter, brewery worker, tin-can factory worker, technical writer, free-lance magazine writer, grass-seed factory worker, and cab driver.


How to Start and Operate a Mail-Order Business (New York: McGraw Hill, 1965), second edition, 1976; third edition, 1980; fourth edition, 1986; fifth edition, 1993; abridged paperback edition, 1984. Translated into Italian, 1989.

Basic Research Methods in Social Science (New York: Random House, 1969); second edition, 1978; third edition, [with Paul Burstein], 1985. 3/E in French, forthcoming.

Patterns of Use of Books in Large Research Libraries (With Herman H. Fussler), (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969).

Issues in the Economics of Advertising (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1970).

The Management of Advertising (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1971).

The Effects of Income on Fertility, (Chapel Hill: Carolina Population Center, 1974).

Applied Managerial Economics (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1975).

The Economics of Population Growth (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977). Translated into Chinese (Peking University Press, 1984.)

Research in Population Economics (edited), Vol. 1 (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1978).

Marketing Management (Tel Aviv: Dekel, 1978), in Hebrew. Largely drawn from previous works in English.

Advertising Management (Tel Aviv: Dekel, 1979), in Hebrew. Largely drawn from previous works in English.

Research in Population Economics (edited, with Julie daVanzo), Vol. 2 (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1980).

The Ultimate Resource (Now The Ultimate Resource 2) (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981; 2nd edition 1996). Translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese, Norwegian, and Chinese, with options taken for translation into German and Japanese.

Research in Population Economics (edited, with Peter Lindert), Vol. 3, (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1981).

Research in Population Economics (edited, with Peter Lindert), Vol. 4, (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1982).

The Resourceful Earth: A Response to the Global 2000 Report. Edited, with Herman Kahn (New York: Basil Blackwell, 1984). Nominated for 1985 Mencken Award, Best Book Category.

Theory of Population and Economic Growth, (New York: Basil Blackwell, 1986).

Effort, Opportunity, and Wealth (New York: Basil Blackwell, 1987.)

The Economic Consequences of Immigration to the U. S. (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989).

How do Immigrants Affect Us Economically? (Washington: Georgetown University, Center for Immigration Policy and Refugee Assistance, 1985). Short version of item immediately above.

Population Matters: People, Resources, Environment, and Immigration (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transactions Press, 1990).

Population and Development in Poor Countries (Princeton: PUP, 1992).

Good Mood: The New Psychology of Overcoming Depression, (Peru, Ind.: Open Court, 1993).

Scarcity or Abundance? A Debate on the Environment, with Norman Myers (New York: Norton, 1994, forthcoming in Italian).

Resampling: The New Statistics (Boston: Wadsworth, preliminary edition, 1993).

The State of Humanity (Boston: Basil Blackwell, 1995).

Immigration - The Demographic and Economic Facts (Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute and National Immigration Forum, 1995).

Against the Grain: Economic Essays of Julian L. Simon Vols I and II (Oxford: Edward Elgar, forthcoming, 1997). (1996).

Modern Readings in the Economics of Population (edited), (Oxford: Edward Elgar, forthcoming, 1997).

Classical Readings in the Economics of Population (edited) (New Brunswick: Transaction Press, forthcoming, 1997)

Professional Articles

"Discipline and the Division," United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 8l, No. 10, Whole No. 632, October, 1955, pp. 1111-1115.

"Direct Mail Testing Techniques: A New Approach," Direct Mail, September, 1962.

"Cigarette Advertising and the Nation's Welfare," Illinois Business Review, Vol. 21, May, 1964, pp. 6-8.

"What Marketing Science Now Offers the Advertiser," in L. George Smith (ed), Reflections on Progress in Marketing (Chicago: American Marketing Association, 1965), pp. 154-167.

"Are There Economies of Scale in Advertising?" Journal of Advertising Research, Vol. 5, June, 1965, pp. 15-19.

"A Simple Model for Setting Advertising Appropriations," Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. II, August, 1965, pp. 285-292.

"The Cause of the Newspaper Rate Differential: A Subjective-Demand-Curve Analysis," Journal of Political Economy, Vol. LXXIII, October, 1965, pp. 536-539.

"The Professional Method of Finding Products," Direct Mail (now Direct Marketing), Vol. 27, 1965, pp. 24-28.

"What Quantitative Methods Should be Taught in an Advertising Education?" Occasional Papers in Advertising, Vol. 1, January, 1966, pp. 53-58.

"The Demand for Liquor in the U.S., and a Simple Method of Determination," Econometrica, Vol. 34, January, 1966, pp. 193-205.

"The Economic Effect of State Monopoly of Packaged Liquor Retailing," Journal of Political Economy, Vol. LXXIV, April, 1966, pp. 188-194.

"Is the Statistic (Advertising/Sales) Useless for the Study of Economies of Scale and Other Purposes?" Journal of Advertising Research, Vol. 6, September, 1966, pp. 37-43 (with George H. Crain).

"Expenditure Policy for Mail Order Advertisers," Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. IV, February, 1967, pp. 59-61.

"How Many Books Should be Stored Where? An Economic Analysis," College and University Libraries, March, 1967, pp. 92-103.

"Business Ethics, Business Ideology, and Business Behavior," Business and Society, Vol. 7, Spring, 1967, pp. 18-32.

"Some Principles of Practical Welfare Economics," Management Science, Vol. 13, June, 1967, pp. 621-630.

"The Spread of a Cost-Free Business Innovation: The Case of the January White Sale," Journal of Business, Vol. 40, October, 1967, pp. 385-388 (with Leslie Golembo).

"The Effect of Fixed-Wage Rises on Discriminated-Against Minorities Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 21, October, 1967, pp. 96- 97.

"The Effect of Competitive Structure Upon Advertising Expenditures," Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. LXXXI, November, 1967, pp. 610- 627.

"The Effect of Promotion on the Propensity to Consume," Kyklos, Vol. XX Fasc. 4, 1967, pp. 950- 961.

"Doctors, Smoking, and Reference Groups," Public Opinion Quarterly, Vol. 31, Winter, 1967-68, pp. 646-647.

"A Huge Marketing Research Job--Birth Control," Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. 5, February, 1968, pp. 21-27.

"The Effect of Economic Status and Traditional Culture Upon Economic Behavior," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 50, May, 1968, pp. 448-451.

"An Almost-Practical Solution to Airline Overbooking," Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, Vol. II, May, 1968, pp. 201-202.

"Investment Prospects in Economics--1967," Economics Journal, Vol. LXXVIII, June, 1968, pp. 476- 479.

"What Does the Normal Curve `Mean'?" Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 61, July-August, 1968, pp. 435-438.

"Class, Status, and Saving by Negroes," American Sociologist, August, 1968, pp. 218-219 (with Rita J. Simon).

"The Price Elasticity of Demand for Cigarettes in the United States," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 50, November, 1968, pp. 888-895 (with Herbert C. Lyon).

"The Effect of Income on Suicide," American Journal of Sociology, Vol.74, November, 1968, pp. 302-303.

"The Health Economics of Cigarette Consumption," Journal of Human Resources, Vol. III, Winter, 1968, pp. 111-117.

"The Role of Bonuses and Persuasive Propoganda in the Reduction of Birth Rates," Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 16, No. 3, 1968, pp. 404-411.

"Some `Marketing Correct' Recommendations for Family Planning Campaigns", Demography, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1968, pp. 504-507.

"Product Differentiation--A Meaningless Term and an Impossible Concept," Ethics, Vol 79, January, 1969, pp. 131-138.

"Does `Good Portfolio Management' Exist?" Management Science, Vol. 15, February, 1969, pp. B-308-319.

"Further Evidence on the Effect of Scale in Advertising," Journal of Advertising Research, Vol, 9, March, 1969, pp. 38-41.

"The Value of Avoided Births to Underdeveloped Countries," Population Studies, Vol. XXIII, March, 1969, pp. 61-68.

"A Really New Way to Teach (and Do) Probability Statistics," The Mathematics Teacher, Vol. LXII, April, 1969, pp. 283-288.

"The Effect of Advertising on Liquor Brand Sales," Journal of Marketing Research Vol. VI, August, 1969, pp. 301-313.

"How to Divide the Retail Advertising Budget Among Merchandise Divisions: A Scientific Program," Journal of Retailing, Vol. 45, Fall, 1969, pp. 37-45.

"The Effect of Income on Fertility," Population Studies, Vol.XXIII, November, 1969, pp. 327-341.

"A Further Test of the Kinky Oligopoly Demand Curve," American Economic Review, Vol. LIX, December, 1969, pp. 971-975.

"The Profitability of Mergers in Advertising Agencies,"Bulletin of the Oxford Institute of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 31, No. 2, 1969, pp. 139-144 (with Harold W. Johnson).

"The New Proteins and World Food Needs," Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 17, 1969, pp. 520-526 (with David M. Gardner).

The Middle-Class U.S. Consumption Function: A Hypothetical-Question Study of Expected Consumption Behavior," Bulletin of the Oxford Institute of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 33, February, 1970, pp. 73-80 (with Carl B. Barnes).

"Family Planning Prospects in Less Developed Countries and a Cost-Benefit Analysis of Various Alternatives," Economic Journal, Vol. 80, March, 1970, pp. 58-71.

"An Almost Practical Solution to Airline Overbooking: Reply," Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, V, May, 1970.

"Cross-Sectional Budget Studies, Aggregate Time-Series Studies, and the Permanent Income Hypothesis," American Economic Review, Vol. 60, June, 1970, pp. 341-351 (with Dennis J. Aigner).

"A Specification Bias Interpretation of Cross-Section vs. Time Series Parameter Estimates," Western Economic Journal (now Economic Inquiry), Vol. 8, June, 1970, pp. 141-161 (with Dennis J. Aigner).

"A Plan to Improve the Attribution of Scholarly Articles," American Sociologist, Vol. 5, August, 1970, pp. 265-267.

"The Per-Capita-Income Criterion and Natality Policies in Poor Countries," Demography, Vol. 7, August, 1970, pp. 369-378.

"The Concept of Causality in Economics," Kyklos, Vol. 23, Fasc.2, 1970, pp. 226-254.

"The Present Value of Unpaid Wages to Slaves in the United States," Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 5, September, 1971, pp. 110-113. Published under the title "The Worth Today of United States Slaves' Imputed Wages."

"A Policy to Promote the World`s Economic Development with Migration from LDC's to MDC's," Policy Sciences, Vol. 2, December, 1971, pp. 407-411.

"Toward Formal Evaluation of Scientific Research Projects: A Case Study in Population Control," Policy Sciences, Vol. 3, July, 1972, pp. 171- 181.

"Analysis of Graduated Corporate Income Tax as an Anti-Bigness Device," Anti- Trust Law and Economics Review, Vol. 6, Winter, 1972-73, pp. 53- 66.

"Does Economic Growth Imply a Growth in Welfare?" Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. VII, No. 1, March, 1973, pp. 130-136.

"A Duopoly Simulation and Richer Theory: An End to Cournot," The Review of Economic Studies, Vol. XL. 1973, pp. 353-366 (with Carlos Puig and John Aschoff).

"Science Does Not Show That There is Overpopulation in the U.S.," in Edward Pohlman (ed.), Population: A Clash of Prophets (Mentor-New American Library: New York, 1973), pp. 48-62. "Preparing and Launching a Research Study," in The Study of Society by Peter Rose (New York: Random House, 1973), pp. 54-66.

"Stategy and Segmentation of the Birth Control Market," in. M. McMillan (ed.), Using Commercial Resources in Family Planning Communication Programs (Honolulu: East-West Center, 1973, pp. 34-50).

"Segmentation and Market Strategy in Birth-Control Campaigns," Studies in Family Planning, Vol. 5, March, 1974, pp. 90-97.

"Economic Effects of Population Change," UNESCO Courier, Vol. 27, May, 1974, pp. 23-32.

"How Much Should an Airline Spend for Advertising? A Case Example," Journal of Travel Research, Vol. II, Winter, 1974, pp. 10-14.

"A Calculation of the Black Reparations Bill," The Review of Black Political Economy, Vol. 4, Winter, 1974, pp. 75-86 (with Larry Neal).

"Interpersonal Comparisons Can Be Made -- and Used for Redistribution Decisions," Kyklos, Vol. XXVII, No. 1. 1974, pp. 63-98.

Simon, Julian L., and Weidenfeld, Dan, "SIMPLE: Computer Program for Monte Carlo Problem Solving," American Statistician, Nov. 1974, p. 163 (letter).

"The Effect of Population Growth on Agricultural Saving in Irrigation," Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. LVII, February, 1975, pp. 71- 79.

"The Welfare Effect of an Additional Child Cannot be Stated Simply and Unequivocally," Demography, Vol. 12, February, 1975, pp. 89-105.

"The Mixed Effects of Income Upon Successive Births May Explain the Convergence Phenomenon," Population Studies, Vol. 29. March, 1975, pp. 109-122.

"The Effect of Population Density Upon Infrastructure: The Case of Road Building," Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 23, No.3, April, 1975 (with Donald R. Glover), pp. 453-468.

"Exploration and Puzzles in the Inter-relationships of Successive Births with Husband's Income, Spouse's Education and Race," Demography, Vol. 12, May, 1975, pp. 295-274.

"The Partial Effect of Income on Suicide is Always Negative: Reply," American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 80. May, 1975, pp. 1462-1463.

"The Effect of Foster-Care Payment Levels Upon the Number of Foster Children Given Homes," Social Service Review, Vol. 49, September, 1975, pp 405-411.

"How Much Is Your Customer Worth to Your Firm's Goal?" Direct Marketing, Vol. 38, No. 6, October, 1975.

"The Effect of Money Incentives on Family Size: A Hypothetical-Question Study," Public Opinion Quarterly, Vol. 38, 1975, pp. 585-595 (with Rita J. Simon).

"Population Growth May be Good for LDC's in the Long Run: A Richer Simulation Model," Economic Development and Cultural Change, 24, January, 1976, pp. 309-337.

"The Economic Effect of Russian Immigrants Upon the Veteran Israeli Population: A Cost-Benefit Analysis," The Economic Quarterly, 23, August, 1976, pp. 224-252 (in Hebrew).

"Probability and Statistics: Experimental Results of a Radically Different Teaching Method," The American Mathematical Monthly, Vol. 83, November, 1976, pp. 733-739 (with David T. Atkinson and Carolyn Shevokas).

"Income, Wealth, and Their Distribution as Policy Tools in Fertility-Control Campaigns in LDC's," in Ronald Ricker (ed.), Population and Development: The Search for Selective Interventions (Baltimore: Resources for the Future and John Hopkins Press), 1976.

"The Auction Solution to Airline Overbooking: The Data Fit the Theory," Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 3 (September, 1977) (with Ganesan Visvabharathy).

"The Graduated Corporate Income Tax: A Way of Controlling Bigness," Challenge, Vol. 20, November/December, 1977, pp. 61-2.

"Is Population Growth Really Bad for LDC's in the Long Run?" Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Vol. 8, Winter, 1977, pp. 13-20 (with Douglas Love).

"Choosing the Best Advertising Appropriation When Appropriations Interact Over Time," in Jagdish Sheth (ed.), Research in Marketing, Vol. I, (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1978), (with Haim Levy). Awarded prize as "Best Theoretical/ Empirical Research Paper," AIDS National Conference, 1977.

"Population Economics in the 1980's: What Ought It to Be, and What Will It Be?" Proceedings of IUSSP Conference, Helsinki August, 1978, pp. 6.1.1-1 to 6.1.1-10.

"An Integration of the Invention-Pull and Population-Push Theories of Economic- Demographic History," in Research in Population Economics, Vol.I, Julian L. Simon (ed.) (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1978), pp. 165-187.

"What Do Zielske's Real Data Really Show About Pulsing?" Journal of Marketing Research, XVI, August, 1979, pp. 415-420.

"The Effect of Population Growth Upon the Quantity of Education Children Receive," Review of Economics and Statistics, LXI, November, 1979, pp. 572-584, (with Adam M. Pilarski).

"Additional People Improve the Standard of Living Through Knowledge Creation and Productivity Increases," (Testimony given to the Select Committee on Population U.S. House of Representatives, June 2, 1978), American Demographics, November/December, 1979.

"The Effects of Population Size, Growth, and Concentration Upon Scientific Productivity," in Research in Population Economics, Vol. I, (with Douglas Love, and under pen-name of Lincoln Pashute), pp. 127-142.

"Economics Versus Racial Discrimination in the Provision of Birth-Control Services in the United States," in Research in Population Economics, Vol. I (under pen-name of Lincoln Pashute), pp. 189-196.

"Are We Losing Ground?" Illinois Business Review, 37, April, 1980, pp. 1-6.

"Resources, Population, Enviroment: An Over-supply of False Bad News," Science, 208, June 27, 1980, pp. 1431-1437.

"The Shape of the Advertising Response Function," Journal of Advertising Research, 20, August, 1980, pp. 11-30 (with Johan Arndt).

"On Firm Size and Advertising Efficiency: A Comment," Journal of Economic Literature, XVIII, September, 1980, pp. 59-67.

"The Pain of Failing a Ph.D. Oral Exam, and an Unfortunate Confusion in Economic Thought," American Economist, XXIV, Fall, 1980, pp. 43-46.

"The Fundamental Elements of Cataloging," Direct Marketing, 43, October, 1980, pp. 64-90.

"There Is No Low-level Fertility-and-Development Trap," Population Studies, 34, November, 1980, pp. 476-486.

"The Relationship Between Population and Economic Growth in LDC's," (with Roy Gobin), in Research in Population Economics, Vol. II, Julian L. Simon and Julie DaVanzo (eds.), (Greenwich: JAI Press, 1980), pp. 215-234.

"Population, Productivity, and Economic Growth in the Western World," in Western Economy in Transition: Structural Change and Adjustment Policies in Industrial Countries, in I. Levenson and J. Wheeler (eds.), (Westways Press, 1980), (with Larry Neal).

"Phelps' Technical Progress Model Generalized," Economic Letters, 5 (1980), pp. 177-182, (with Gunter Steinmann).

"Enviromental Disruption or Enviromental Improvement?" Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 62, No. 1, March, 1981, pp. 30-43.

"What Immigrants Take From, And Give To, The Public Coffers," in U.S. Immigration Policy and the National Interest, Appendix D to the Staff Report of the Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy Papers on Legal Immigration to the United States, April 1981, pp. 145-174.

"Unnecessary, Confusing, and Inadequate: The Marginal Analysis as a Tool in Decision Making," American Economist, Spring, 1981, Vol. XXV, pp. 28-36.

"False Bad News is Truly Bad News," The Public Interest, No. 65, Fall, 1981, pp. 80-90.

"Global Confusion 1980: A Review of the Global 2000 Report to the President," The Public Interest, Winter, 1981, pp. 1-21.

"Strategies of Competition Among Organizations," in William Starbuck (ed.) Handbook of Organizational Design, (New York: Oxford, 1981) (with Thomas Friedland).

"The Really Important Effects of Immigrants Upon Natives `Incomes,'" in Barry Chiswick (ed.), The Gateway, (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1981). Originally in U.S. Immigration Policy and the National Interest, Appendix D, April 1981, 145-174.

"What Immigants Take From and Give To the Public Coffers," in U.S. Immigration Policy As The National Interest, Staff Report of the Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy, Appendix, (Washington GPT, 1981).

"Population Growth and Phelps' Technical Progress Model," in Simon and Lindert (eds.), Research in Population Economics, Vol. III, 1981, 239- 254, (with Gunter Steinman).

"The Advertising Budget's Determinants in a Market with two Competing Firms," Management Science, Vol. 28, May, 1982, pp. 500-519 (with Joseph Ben-Ur).

"Are We Losing Our Farmland?" The Public Interest, No. 67, Spring, 1982, pp. 49-62.

"Some Aspects of the Socio-Cultural Adjustment of Recent Soviet Immigrants to the United States," Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 5, No. 4, October, 1982 (with Rita Simon).

"Global Food Prospects: Good News," Challenge (with William J.Hudson), Nov/Dec, 1982, pp. 40-48.

"How much Farmland Is Being Converted to Urban Use? An Analysis of Soil Conservation Service Estimates," International Regional Science Review, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1982, pp. 257-272, (with Seymour Sudman).

"Linguistic Confusion in Economics: Utility, Causality, Product Differentiation and the Supply of Natural Resources," Kyklos, Vol. 35, No. 4, 1982, pp. 673-701.

"A Scheme to Promote the World's Economic Development With Migration," Research in Population Economics, Volume 4, 1982, Editors: Julian L. Simon and Peter H. Lindert (Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press Inc.), pp. 155-172.

"The Theory of Price-Changing and Monopoly Power," Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, Vol. VI, No. 2, Winter, 1983-84, pp 198-213 (with Edward Rice), pp. 198-213.

"Is It Sensible to Say That Natural Resources are Finite in Supply?" Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May, 1983.

"`Population Pressure' on the Land: Analysis of Trends Past and Future." World Development, Vol. 11, Number 9, September 1983, pp. 825-834, (with William Reisler and Roy Gobin, pp. 825-834).

The Effects of Population Upon Nutrition and Economic Well-Being," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, XIV:2, Autumn 1983, pp. 413-437.

"The Present Value of Population Growth in the Western World," Population Studies, 37, 1983, pp. 5-21.

"Optimal Allocation of Space in Retail Advertisements and Mail-Order Catalogues: Theory and a First-approximation Decision Rule." International Journal of Advertising, 1983, 2, pp. 123-129. (with Vithala Rao)

"Advertising's Sales Effect Can Be Measured and Evaluated Very Well. International Journal of Advertising, 1983, pp. 331-341.

"A Scheme to Improve Air Travel," Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Vol. 2, No. 3, 1983, pp. 465-6.

"Advertising and Economies of Scale: Critical Comments on the Evidence." The Journal of Industrial Economics, Volume 32, No. 2, December, 1983, (with Johan Arndt), pp. 229-242.

"Immigrants, Taxes, and Welfare in the United States." Population and Develop- ment Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, March 1984, pp. 55-69.

"Bright Global Future." Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November 1984, pp. 14-17.

"How to Choose the Optimum Advertising Investment." International Journal of Advertising, Volume 3, Number 4, 1984, pp. 321-333.

"The False Religion of Farmland Preservation," Agricultural Land Preservation: Economics or Politics, John Baden (ed.), (Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Press, 1984.)

"Some Observations on the Adjustment of Recent Soviet Jewish Immigrants to the United States." Crossroads, Number ll, 1984, (with Rita J. Simon).

"Regulation Improves Efficiency? In Airline Overbooking--Yes and Maybe." Research in Finance, Supplement l, 1984, 209-226.

"Research on Population and Productivity Growth." in Studies in Contemporary Economics, Vol.8, Economic Consequences of Population Change in Industrial- ized Countries, edited by G. Steinmann, (Berlin Heidelberg) Springer-Verlag, 1984).

"Introduction" to The Resourceful Earth: A Response to the Global 2000 Report. (New York: Basil Blackwell, 1984), with Herman Kahn, pp. 1-49.

"On Species Loss, the Absence of Data, and Risks to Humanity," in The Resourceful Earth: A Response to the Global 2000 Report, (with Aaron Wildavsky) pp. 171-183.

"The Economic Implications of Learning-by-Doing for Population Size and Growth." European Economic Review 26, 1984, pp. 167-185 (with Gunter Steinmann).

"On the Optimum Theoretical Rate of Population Growth," Jahrbucher fur Nationalokonomie und Statistik. (Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer Verlag, 1985. Vol. 200/5, pp. 508-531. (With Gunter Steinmann.)

"The Effect of Immigrants on Natives' Incomes Through the Use of Capital," Journal of Development Economics, 1985, pp. 75-93, (with A.J. Heins).

"Forecasting the Long-Term Trend of Raw Material Availability." International Journal of Forecasting 1, 1985, pp. 85-93.

"Social and Economic Adjustment," with Rita J. Simon (ed.), New Lives: The Adjustment of Soviet Jewish Immigrants in the United States and Israel (Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books, 1985).

"Disappearing Species, Deforestation and Data," New Scientist, May 15, 1986, pp. 60-63.

"The Price Effects of Monopolistic Ownership in Newspapers." With Walter J. Primeaux and Edward Rice, The Anti-Trust Bulletin, Vol. XXXI, Number 1, Spring 1986, pp. 113-131.

"What Do People Bring to the Stock Market (Besides Money)? The Economic Psychology of Stock Market Behavior," (with Randall Filer and Shlomo Maital,) Handbook of Behavioral Economics, Editors: Benjamin Gilad and Stanley Kaish (Greenwich: JAI Press Inc., 1986), pp. 273-307.

"Population Growth and Economic Development: Policy Questions." (a review article) Population and Development Review, Vol. 12, No. 3, September, 1986, pp. 569-577.

"Basic Data Concerning Immigration into the United States." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, September, 1986, pp. 12-56.

"Some Theory of Population Growth's Effect on Technical Change in an Industrial Context," Australian Economic History Review, XXVI : 2, September 1986, pp. 148-58.

"Population Growth, Economic Growth, and Foreign Aid," The Cato Journal, Vol. 7, Spring/Summer, 1987, pp. 159-186.

"The Price of Citizenship - Auctioning Immigration Visas Helps Foreigners and Americans Alike," Policy Review, Winter 1987, Number 39, pp. 71-72.

"Demand, Cost and Prices in Duopoly" (with Joseph Ben-Ur), Energy Economics, April, 1988, pp. 117-124.

"Re-Linking Fertility Behavior and Economic Security in Old Age: An Exchange," Population and Development Review 14, No. 2, June, 1988, pp. 327-331.

"Optimal Term Life Insurance -- A Practical Solution," with Haim Levy and Neil A. Doherty, Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 7, 1988, pp. 81-93.

"Paradoxes and Difficulties in the Evaluation of Progress and Technological Advance, Past and Future," Technology in Society, Vol. 10, 1988, pp. 425-432.

"Cause e Conseguenze Demografiche Della Rivoluzione Industriale" ("Demographic Causes and Consequences of the Industrial Revolution"), in Le Rivoluzioni Del Benessere, Piero Melograni and Sergio Ricossa (eds.), (Roma-Bari: Gius. Laterza & Figli Spa, 1988), pp. 37-60.

"More on Immigrants' Earnings Over Time" (with Richard Sullivan), Genus, Vol. XLIV - n.1-2, Gennaio-Giugno 1988, pp. 157-175.

"Lebensraum: Paradoxically, Population Growth May Eventually End Wars," The Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 33, March, 1989, pp. 164-180.

"Robinson Crusoe Was Not Mainly A Resource Allocator," Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 70, June, 1989, pp. 471-478.

"On Aggregate Empirical Studies Relating Population Variables to Economic Devel- opment," Population and Development Review, Vol. 15, No. 2, June, 1989, pp. 323-332.

"A Generalization that Makes Useful the Dorfman-Steiner Theorem With Respect to Advertising" (with Haim Levy), Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol. 10, 1989, pp. 85-87.

"Population Size, Knowledge Stock, and Other Determinants of Agricultural Publication and Patenting: England, 1541-1850," with Richard J. Sullivan, Explorations in Economic History, Vol. 26, 1989, pp. 21-44.

"Population Growth, Political Instability, and Economic Development," in Herbert M. Levine (ed.), World Politics Debated. A Reader in Contemporary Issues (third edition), pp. 533-538, 1989.

"The Population Establishment, Corruption, and Reform," in G. Roberts (ed.), Population Policy: Contemporary Issues (Praeger, 1990), pp. 39-58.

"The Phony Farmland Scare," Washington Journalism Review, May, 1990, pp. 27-33.

"The Theory of Binding Commitments Simplified and Extended, With Generalization to Interpersonal Allocation," Rationality and Society, Vol. 2, No. 3, July, 1990, pp. 287-309.

"The Unreported Revolution in Population Economics," The Public Interest, No. 101, Fall 1990, pp. 89-100.

"Resampling: A Tool for Everyday Statistical Work," Chance, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1991, pp. 22-32, with Peter C. Bruce.

"Great and Almost-Great Magnitudes in Economics," Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter, 1990, pp 149-156.

"City Size, Prices, and Efficiency for Individual Goods and Services," with Douglas O. Love, The Annals of Regional Science, 1990, Vol. 24, pp. 163-175.

"The Case For Greatly Increased Immigration," The Public Interest, No. 102, Winter 1991, pp. 89-103.

"A Theory of Effort as an Economic Variable," The Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 20, No. 2, 1991, pp. 105-123.

"A Solution for the Tenure Problem," Cato Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, Winter, 1991, pp. 835-838.

"Population Growth, Farmland, and the Long-Run Standard of Living," Journal of Population Economics, 1991, pp. 37-51, with Gunter Steinmann.

"How to Add Junior Tenure-Track Positions at No Additional Cost to the Univer- sity." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Vol. 10, No. 3, 1991.

"Immigrants and Alien Workers," Journal of Labor Research, Vol. XIII, No. 1, Winter, 1992, pp. 73-78.

"Species Loss Revisited," with Aaron Wildavsky, Society, Vol. 30, No. 1, Nov/Dec 1992.

"The Economic Effects of Immigration: Theory and Evidence," in The Immigration Dilemma, Steven Globerman, editor, pp. 128-146, 1992.

"Using Computer Simulation in Quality Control" (with Peter Bruce), Quality Progress, August, 1992, 129-135

"The Economic Effects of Immigration," European Review, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1993, pp. 109-116.

"Do We Really Need All These Immigrants?", with Rita James Simon, in Second Thoughts, in Donald N. McCloskey (ed.) Second Thoughts (Oxford Univ. Press, 1993), pp. 19-25.

"Probability and Statistics With Resampling Stats and Mathematica," with Peter Bruce, The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Winter, 1993, pp. 48-55.

"What's Happened to Airline Service?" Consumer's Research, February, 1993, pp. 15-17

"The Effect of Immigration Upon Aggregate Native Unemployment: An Across-City Estimate," with Stephen Moore and Richard Sullivan, Journal of Labor Research, Vol IV, Summer, 1993, 299-316.

"Economic Thought About Population Consequences: Some Reflections," Journal of Population Economics, 1993, 6, pp. 137-152.

"Why Don't States Income Converge? Effective Worker Pay Does Not Differ Among States." Economics of Education Review, Vol 12, #2, 1993, 105-116.

"Origins of the Airline Oversales Auction System", Regulation, 1994, Number 2, pp. 48-52.

"The Airline Oversales Auction Plan - The Results," Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, Volume XXVIII, No. 3, September 1994, pp. 319-23.

"The Reserves of Extracted Resources: Historical Data", with Guenter Weinrauch, and Stephen Moore, Non-Renewable Resources, Summer (?) 1994, pp. 325-340.

"The Airline Oversales Auction Plan: The Results", Journal of Transportation Economics and Policy, Vol XXVIII, September, 1994, pp. 319-323.

"What Some Puzzling Problems Teach About the Theory of Simulation and the Use of Resampling," The American Statistician, November 1994, Vol. 48, No. 4, pp. 1-4.

"The Very-Long-Run Effect of Human Capital on Human Progress", in Human Capital and Economic Development, Sisay Asefa and Wei-Chiao Huang, editors (Kalamazoo: W. E. Upjohn Institute, 1994), pp. 129-52.

"Introduction", in Julian L. Simon (ed.), The State of Humanity (Basil Blackwell, 1995), pp. 1-28.

"What Does the Future Hold? The Forecaast in a Nutshell" in Julian L. Simon (ed.), The State of Humanity (Basil Blackwell, 1995), pp. 642-660.

"Trends in the Quantities of Education - USA and Elsewhere" (with Rebecca Boggs) in Julian L. Simon (ed.), The State of Humanity (Basil Blackwell, 1995) pp. 208-223.

"Species Loss Revisited" (with Aaron Wildavsky) in Julian L. Simon (ed.), The State of Humanity (Basil Blackwell, 1995), pp. 346-361.

"Is Population Growth a Drag on Development?", in James Dorn and Alan Walters (eds), The Revolution in Development Economics (George Mason U. Press, forthcoming.

"The Resampling Method For Statistical Inference," forthcoming in Scientific American.

"Interpersonal Allocation Continuous With Intertemporal Allocation: Binding Commitments, Pledges, and Bequests," (abstract here) Rationality and Society, Vol. 7, No. 4, October 1995, pp. 367-92.

"Reply to Comment" and "The Evolution of the Central Idea," Rationality and Society, Vol. 7, No. 4, October 1995, pp. 421-30.

"Are Mergers Beneficial or Detrimental? Evidence From Advertising Agencies," (abstract here) with Manouchehr Mokhtari and Daniel H. Simon, in International Journal of the Economics of Business, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1996, pp. 69-82.

"Firm Size and Market Behavior: A Theory of Their Relationship," (abstract here) forthcoming in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

"Determinants of Welfare Payment Use By Immigrants and Natives in the United States and Canada," (link under construction) with Ather H. Akbari, in Immigrants and Immigration Policy: Individual Skills, Family Ties, and Group Identities, edited by Harriet Orcutt Duleep and Phanindra V. Wunnava (Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, Inc., 1996, pp. 79-100).

"The Effects of Regulations on State Liquor Prices", Empirica, 1996, forthcoming.

"Philosophy and My Work Life", American Economist, forthcoming.

Incomplete List of Fiction, Book Reviews, Comments, Newspaper, and General Periodical Articles

(Other than research. Reprints and translations not included.)

"Forbidden," Brooklyn Jewish Review, Spring, 1957 (fiction).

"Homebrew: A Man's Own Drink," Cavaliar, December, 1958.

"Love Is a Baby," December, Fall, 1960, (fiction).

"I Was Aboard the Exodus," Family Weekly, March 18, 1961, (nonfiction) (with anonymous co-author).

"The Concept of Causality in Economics--Reply," Kyklos, Vol. XXIV, Fasc. 4, 1971, pp. 769-770.

"World Food Needs and `New Proteins': A Reply, Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 20, No. 3, April, 1972, pp. 558-559 (with David Gardner).

"Airline Overbooking--The State of the Art: A Reply," Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, Vol. VI, September, 1972, pp. 254-256.

"How the National Income (of Israel) Will Be Divided in the Year 2000," Jerusalem Post, Independence Day Issue, May, 1976.

"Population Decline in Europe: Implications of a Declining or Stationary Population": Proceedings of a seminar held by the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 6-10 September 1976. Journal of Economic Literature, Vol XVII, September 1979. (A book review)

"Wherein the Author Offers a Modest Proposal," (on airline overbooking), Wall Street Journal, January 10, 1977, p. 12.

"Your Possibilities in Mail Order," Salesman's Opportunity, February, 1977, pp. 36-37.

"Economic Implications of the Absorption of Soviet Jewish Immigrants." Scientists Committee of the Israel Public Council for Soviet Jewry, News Bulletin No. 111, June 15, 1977.

"Untrue That Population Growth Harms Income in the U.S.," Intercom, Vol. 6, June, 1978, pp. 7-9.

"Interpersonal Welfare Comparison: A Reply", Kyklos, Vol. 31 - 1978. Fasc. 2.

"Comments on Telser's Paper," in The Political Economy of Advertising, David G. Tuerck (ed.), (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1978).

"Comment: Interactions of Economic and Demographic Household Behavior," Population and Economic Change in Developing Countries (Edited by Richard A. Easterlin, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1980), pp. 452-457.

"Economic Objections Fall Apart When Used Against Immigrants," Los Angeles Times, July 1, 1980.

"Immigrants--Especially Illegals--Raise U.S. Incomes," Newsday, July 10, 1980, p. 78, (Similar to LA Times article above.)_

"And Now, the Good News: Life on Earth is Improving," The Washington Post, July 13, 1980, pp. E1-E2, (abridged version of Science article above).

"Losing Land?" New York Times, Op-Ed page, October 7, 1980, p. 23.

"Assuring the Future of U.S. Farm Land," (with Dale McLaren), The Wall Street Journal, November 10, 1980, p. 23.

"Sorry, But Gloom Simply Won't Do," Next, 11, December, 1980, pp. 48-50.

"Reply," Science, 19 December, 1980, Vol. 210, No. 4476, pp. 1296-1308.

"Reply," Illinois Business Review, December, 1980, Vo. 37, No. 10, pp. 3-4.

"Adding Up the Costs of Our New Immigrants," The Wall Street Journal, February 26, 1981, p. 22.

"The Phantom 30,000 Acres of Lost Farmland," The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, May 17, 1981, p. A-5.

"Cropland Acres and Quality Up," The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, June 9, 1981, p. A-6.

"How Vietnamese Immigrants Fare in the United States," The Asian Wall Street Journal, June 25, 1981, Commentary and Analysis section, p. 1.

"The Scarcity of Raw Materials," The Atlantic Monthly, June, 1981, pp. 33-41.

"World Food Supplies," The Atlantic Monthly, July, 1981, p. 72-76.

"World Population Growth," The Atlantic Monthly, August, 1981, pp. 70-76.

"The Doomsday Contagion: A Plague of Soothsayers." Bergen Record, September 25, 1981, p. D-23.

"Rethinking the Population Explosion," Sh'ma, Vol. 12 #222, November 13, 1981, pp. 163-164.

"Will We Run Out of Energy?" Dialogue, Number 56 - 2/1982 pp. 16-20.

"Is the Era of Limits Running Out?" Public Opinion, 5, February/March, 1982, pp. 48-57, (with Garrett Hardin).

"Population Growth Is Good," Readers Digest, March, 1982, pp. 115-117.

"World Population: Is More Really Worse?" Families, March 1982, pp. 17-20.

"Is There An Answer to Malthus?" Population and Development Review, March, 1982, (transcript of William F. Buckley's Firing Line Show).

"Will We Get Enough to Eat?" Today's Education, 71, April-May, 1982, pp. 43-45.

"Reply to Thomas Meeks," Review of Economics and Statistics, LXIV, May, 1982, pp. 352-355, (with Hiroshi Miyashita, Paul Newhold, and Adam M. Pilarski).

"Paul Ehrlich Saying It Is So Doesn't Make It So," Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 63, No. 2, June, 1982.

"More is Beautiful." Population-UNFPA Newsletter, Vol. 8, No. 7, July 1982, p. 2.

"The Farmer and the Mall: Are American Farmlands Disappearing?" The American Spectator, August, 1982, pp. 18-20, 40-41.

"This New Rule Would Hurt Bumped Air Travelers," The Wall Street Journal, August 17, 1982, p. 26.

"Should We Heed the Prophets of Doom?" Science Digest, Vol. 90, October, 1982, pp. 106-108.

"A Parable of Racquetball, Squash and Population Growth at U of I." The Daily Illini, October 20, 1982.

"Growth Means Progress," Science Digest, 91, April, 1983, pp. 76-81.

"In Favor of Immigration," Inquiry, May 6, 1983, pp. 18-23.

"The Global 2000 Juggernaut," Institutional Analysis, Heritage Foundation, May 13, 1983.

"Gloomy Global Forecast Serves False Values." The Washington Times, May 25, 1983, p. C-1.

"Human Ingenuity Overcomes Growth," USA Today, July 15, 1983, p. 8A.

"Life on Earth Is Getting Better, Not Worse," The Futurist, August 1983, pp. 7-13.

"What is Really Eroding in America?" Christian Science Monitor, August 8, 1983, p. 23.

"Why Is Soil Erosion Target Of Scare Tactics?" Independent Daily Mail, Anderson, S.C., August 11, 1983.

"Special Report on Global 2000." About Issues, September 1983, Volume 5, No. 9, pp. 24-25.

"U. S. Farmlands: The False Crisis." Heritage Backgrounder, September 14, 1983.

"Global Deforestation." Resources for the Future, Fall 1983, pp. 4-8.

"Nine Myths About Immigration." Heritage Backgrounder, Heritage Foundation, February l, 1984.

"Global Foresight Bills: The Danger of Centralized Data Sources." Heritage Backgrounder, Heritage Foundation, February 24, 1984.

"Don't Close Our Borders." Newsweek, February 27, 1984, p. 11.

"Does Doom Loom?" Reason, April 1984, p. 31-34.

"Opinion." Population Today, May 1984, p. 8.

"How Immigrants Affect Americans' Living Standard," A Debate Between Julian Simon and Roger Conner, May 30, 1984, The Heritage Lectures, No. 39, pamphlet published 1985, pp. 1-67.

"There is No Crisis; Air, Water Are Safe." USA Today, July 12, 1984.

"Treating People as an Asset." Heritage Backgrounder. July 13, 1984.

"Population is an Asset." The Baltimore Sun, July 29, 1984.

"Don't Fear Job Loss - Simpson-Mazzoli, Act II. The New York Times, August 2, 1984.

"Myths of Overpopulation." The Wall Street Journal, August 3, 1984.

"People Are Not The Problem." The Washington Times, August 6, 1984, p.C1.

"People are no Threat to Health or Wealth." USA Today, August 6, 1984.

"Do Aliens Make us Scofflaws?" The Washington Times, August 14, 1984.

"Truth Almost Extinct in Tales of Imperiled Species." The Washington Times, September 19, 1984, p. 3C.

"Population Growth Can Be Good for Us." The Washington Post, November 10, 1984.

"La Poblacion, Un Recurso Inagotable." El Pais, (Malthus Section) December 27, 1984, p. 9.

"The War on People." Challenge, March-April 1985. pp. 50-53.

"Immigration -- Debt Or Credit?", The Washington Times, July 12, 1985, pp. 1D-2D.

"Let Some `Illegals' Come Temporarily To The US," The Christian Science Monitor, August 22, 1985, p. 13.

"There's Really No Need To Control Our Borders," USA Today, September 24, 1985, p. 10A.

"Why Do We Still Think Babies Create Poverty?", The Washington Post, October 13, 1985, pp. B1 and B4.

"What About Immigration?," The Freeman, January 1986, pp. 8-16.

"Auction the Right to Be an Immigrant," The New York Times, January 28, 1986, p. 15.

"Flow of immigrants strengthens the USA," USA Today, April 3, 1986, p. 6A.

"Immigration Benefits Our Country's Economy," Scripps Howard News Service, in an unknown number of newspapers, July 1986.

"This sea of humanity is no threat at all," USA Today, July 17, 1986, p. 8A.

"Anti-Growth Prophets Use Cracked Crystal Balls," Rocky Mountain News-Denver, December 29, 1986, page 47.

"Le mythe de la surpopulation," 9eme Congres International de la Famille - La fecondite de l'amour, 1986, pp. 71-79.

"World Bank: More Harm Than Good?", The Washington Times, March, 1987.

"Can"t get on a Flight? There Should Be No Problem," The Wall Street Journal, April 9, 1987, p. 32.

Book review of The World As A Total System, by Kenneth E. Boulding, in Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. XXV (June 1987), pp. 739-740.

"Long Shelf Life For Bum Ideas," The Washington Times, July 28, 1987, p. D4.

"Raise Immigration Quotas, Not Taxes," The Christian Science Monitor, July 29, 1987, p. 11.

"`Batter's Slump' & Other Illusions," The Washington Post, August 9, 1987, p. C3.

"Now (I Think) I Understand The Ecologists Better," The Futurist, September- October, 1987, pp. 18-19.

"China's Population Problem," The Asian Wall Street Journal, November 24, 1987, p. 10.

"China's `Voluntary' Population Initiative," The Wall Street Journal, February 29, 1988, p. 21.

"A Lesson in Job Creation," The Asian Wall Street Journal, May 27-28, 1988, p. 8.

"Getting the Immigrants We Need," The Washington Post, August 3, 1988, p. A17.

"Humanity Doesn't Waste the Benefits Found in Trash," Chicago Tribune, February 27, 1989, Section 1, page 11.

"Comments on Review of Theory of Population and Economic Growth", in Contemporary Sociology, Volume 18, Number 2, March, 1989.

"Communism, Capitalism, and Economic Development: Implications for U.S. Economic Assistance," (link under construction) with Stephen Moore, The Backgrounder, No. 741, December 8, 1989.

"Le monde est-il surpeuple?", 11eme Congres International de la Famille - La fecondite de l'amour, 1989, pp. 345-353.

"Poblacion Humana y Recursos Naturales: Los Datos Objetivos," Poblacion, Desarrollo, Futuro, 1989, pp. 47-110.

"Bring on the Wretched Refuse," The Wall Street Journal, January 26, 1990, p. A14.

"The Boon of Immigration," The Jerusalem Post, February 23, 1990.

"Welcome the Invigorating Immigrants," with Rita J. Simon, The Hartford Courant, March 9, 1990, p. C13.

"Population Growth is Not Bad for Humanity," (also linked to this?) National Forum, Winter, 1990, Vol. LXX, No. 1, pp. 12-16.

"The Positive Worth of Waste: A Reply to Bromley," Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 70, Number 4, December, 1989.

"Materials and Methods -- Resampling Stats: A Computer Language and Program," International Statistical Education Newsletter.

"The People Problem," The Sun, April 19, 1990, p. 13A.

"Resources to Support All of Us?", The Cincinnati Post, April 20, 1990, p. 15A.

"Immigrants Made This Country," San Diego Tribune, April 24, 1990, p. B-7.

"There Are No `Wrong' Immigrants," The Wall Street Journal, May 11, 1990, p. A13.

Book review: The Population Explosion, by Paul R. and Anne H. Ehrlich, in Fortune, May 21, 1990, pp. 160 & 162.

"Injecting Capitalism," The Corporate Board, May/June 1990.

"Immigration -- A Boon To Israel," A Special Report Prepared for the United Jewish Appeal, June 14, 1990.

"Little England's Missed Opportunity," Economic Affairs, June/July 1990, pp. 27-29 (with William McGurn).

"Why More HUDS May Lie Ahead," The Washington Times, July 17, 1990, pp. Gl, G4.

Book review: The Coming Global Boom: How to Benefit From Tomorrow's Dynamic World Economy, by Charles R. Morris, in The Washington Times, August 13, 1990, p. F3.

"Migration Myopia," The Washington Times, August 24, 1990.

"Comments on `Symposium on New Institutions for Developing Country Debt,' Winter 1990, pp. 3-56," Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 4, No. 4, Fall, 1990.

"Letter From Jerusalem: Good Returns," Hadassah, December, 1990, Vol. 72, No. 4, pp.14-15.

"Energy Not Finite Resource Because Alternative Forms Perpetuate It," Anchorage Times, January 25, 1991. Also in Roanoke Times & World-News, February 10, 1991, under title "The Worriers Are Wrong: We aren't Depleting Energy, Other Resources."

"Too Few People? Too Many Trees?", Crisis, Volume 9, No. 2, February, 1991.

"Muscle and Mind Should See Us Through," The Tablet, April 20, 1991, pp. 468-470.

"Europe's Costly Immigration Myths," European Wall Street Journal, April 24, 1991.

"Shakespeare, Procreation, and Progress," (link to this?) Society, Vol. 28, No. 5, July/August 1991, pp. 58-62.

"Reply to Boomsma and Molenaar," with Peter C. Bruce, Chance, Vol. 4, No. 4, 1991.

"Any Truth in the Balance?", The Washington Times, February 17, 1992, p. F-1.

"Getting State's Number in the Lottery Game," The Washington Times, March 18, 1992, p. F-1.

"A Bet That Things Are Getting Better," The Sun, March 24, 1992, p. 13A.

"Fleeing Haitians Deserve A Chance," Chicago Tribune, May 2, 1992, p. 21.

"Population Control: Bush At Home In Rio," The Detroit News, May 31, 1992, p. 3B.

"The Environmental Crisis That Isn't," Moment, June, 1992, pp. 48-52, 61.

"A Tribute to Friedrich A. von Hayek, C.H.," The Mont Pelerin Society Newsletter, June 1992, Vol. 45, No. 2, pp.12-14.

"The Extinction of Science," The Baltimore Sun, June 11, 1992, p. 15A.

"Playing the Clown on Waste?", The Washington Times, July 14, 1992.

"Apocalypse in Rio: The End of the World As We Know It?", speech published in the Cato Policy Report, July/August 1992, pp. 6-8

"Freer Skies Gave Us Better Service," The Wall Street Journal, October 14, 1992, p. A1.

"A Sense of Siege," The Orange County Register, December 6, 1992, pp. G1-2.

"Why Control the Borders?", National Review, February 1, 1993, pp. 27-29.

"China's Family-Planning by Coercion," The Washington Post, March 10, 1993, p. A19.

"If Only Clinton Would Read Hayek," Human Events, April 17, 1993.

"The Nativists Are Wrong," The Wall Street Journal, August 4, 1993, p. A8.

"The Media War Against Cheap Energy," Human Events, August 21, 1993, p. 14.

"European Immigration: Problems and Opportunities," in Swiss Review of World Affairs, February, 1994, No. 2, pp. 4-6.

"Studies on Immigrants Prove They'd Rather Give Than Receive," The New York Times, letter to the editor, February 26, 1994.

"More People, Greater Wealth, More Resources, Healthier Environment", Economic Affairs, April, 1994.

"The Art of Forecasting: A Wager," in The Cato Journal, Volume 14, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1994, pp. 159-161.

"Mas Gente, Mejor Para Todos," Nueve Revista, No. 35, Junio, 1994, pp. 58-73.

"Species Loss Revisited," NWI Resource, with Aaron Wildavsky, Volume 5, Issue 1, Fall 1994, pp. 6-9.

"Why Do We Hear Prophecies Of Doom From Every Side?", The Futurist, January- February 1995, pp. 19-23.

"Tired, Poor, On Welfare" (cont'd)", National Review, April 3, 1995

"Doing Fine on Planet Earth," The Washington Times, April 21, 1995, p. A23.

"Earth's Doomsayers Are Wrong," San Francisco Chronicle, May 12, 1995.

"A Modest Proposal for Medicare Reformers," The Wall Street Journal, September 22, 1995, p. A14.

"The State of Humanity: Steadily Improving," in Cato Policy Report, September/ October 1995, Vol. XVII, Number 5, pp. 1, 10-11, 14-15.

Book Review: Immigration as an Economic Asset: The German Experience, edited by Sarah Spencer, in Population Studies, Book Reviews, pp. 372-3, 49(2), 1995.

"Resources and Population: A Wager," in APS News, March 1996, Volume 5, No. 3, p. 12.

"How Much Immigrants Cost Us," in San Francisco Chronicle, May 13, 1996.

"Nativism and Immigration," in The Washington Times, May 29, 1996, p. A15.

"Simon Strikes Back," in National Review, July 1, 1996, p. 45-6, 48.

"On John Maynard Keynes as a Practical Economist," in The Freeman, forthcoming August, 1996.

"Species Loss Could Be Statistical Shell Game," Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, forthcoming 1995.

"Trends in the Quantities of Education: A Pictorial Essay," with Rebecca Boggs, forthcoming in Economics of Education Review, Vol. 16, No. 1 or 2, 1997.

To Add Later

Simon, Julian L., and Ather Akbari, "The Effects of German Immigrants on the Public Coffers", xerox, 1993.

Simon, Julian L., and Georgio Dhima, "The Tax-and-Tranfer Effects of Immigrants into Switzerland", preliminary report, 1992.

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