University of Maryland, College Park,
Welcome to the home page of Julian L. Simon, Professor of Business Administration at the University of Maryland, Van Munching Hall, College Park, Maryland, 20742. It introduces as many of my writings, published and unpublished, as I have yet been able to get into shape for World Wide Web.
The writings are listed in three forms:
You are welcome to download any of these writings and print them for your own use. Publishing any of these writings may infringe upon a publisher's (or my) copyright, so please write me if you should wish to do so (and in most cases I'll give, or get you, an enthusiastic approval).
I'll be grateful for any comments - even very critical. And suggestions for extension of any of this work by you or jointly will be of great interest.
You can also go to a two-page biographical summary, and a list of newspaper and magazine clippings. I hope soon to add the tables of contents of my books, and maybe some profiles. Many of my unpublished articles are listed in Writings.
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