The collection contains class notes used by John Bryant in teaching economics courses at Rice university--at the undergraduate and graduate level--as well as notes, handouts, and worksheets relevant to specific economics topics and classes. The materials are in good condition and range in date from 2013 to 2016 (though Bryant likely used the same materials for even older classes). Researchers interested in teaching at Rice and the economics department would find this collection insightful.
2013 - 2016
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This material is open for research.
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Conditions Governing Use
Permission to publish material from the John Bryant economics papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library.
Biographical / Historical
John Bryant is a Professor Emeritus at Rice University. Before joining the Rice economics faculty, Professor Bryant earned a PhD from Carnegie Mellon, and worked for several branches in the Federal Reserve system. His areas of expertise include banking, and monetary theory and coordination, and his research interests include economics, epistemological and ontological foundations, coordination, asymmetric information, and strategic uncertainty.
The John Bryant economics papers provide a sneak peek into the inner workings of the economics classroom at Rice University. Ranging from introductory classes to high-level graduate theory, Bryant’s class notes cover a number of topics.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Tye materials were donated by John Bryant in December of 2019.