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Descriptive Summary

Title: Jacob Marschak Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1930-1980
Collection number: 1275
Creator: Marschak, Jacob, 1898-
Extent: 198 boxes (99 linear ft.) 5 oversize boxes
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: Jacob Marschak (1898-1977) was a professor of economics and operations research at the UCLA Graduate School of Management (1960- ). He helped develop the information theory of economics and was a leading researcher in econometrics. The collection consists of Marschak's correspondence, manuscripts and working papers, reprints, notes and teaching materials.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

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Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

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Publication rights for all unpublished materials of Dr. Marschak in this collection are retained by his heirs, and their permission is required for publication.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jacob Marschak Papers (Collection 1275). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4233370 

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Dr. Ann Jernberg and Dr. Thomas Marschak, 1979.


Marschak was born on July 23, 1898 in Kiev, Russia; attended the Technical Institute of Kiev, 1916-18, and the University of Berlin, 1919; received his doctorate at the University of Heidelberg in 1922; taught at Heidelberg, Oxford, the University of Chicago, and Yale University before becoming a professor of economics and operations research at the UCLA Graduate School of Management in 1960; helped develop the information theory of economics and was a leading researcher in econometrics; published books include Economic theory of teams (1972) and Economic information, decision, and prediction: selected essays (c1974); nominated several times for a Nobel Prize; he died on July 27, 1977 in Los Angeles.

Scope and Content

Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and working papers, reprints, notes and teaching materials of economist and professor Jacob Marschak. Includes materials relating to the origin of modern econometrics and Germany during the Weimar Republic.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the repository's online public access catalog.


Marschak, Jacob, 1898- --Archives.
University of California, Los Angeles. Graduate School of Management--Faculty--Archival resources.
Economists--United States--Archival resources.
Information theory in economics.

Genres and Forms of Material

Manuscripts for publication.

Container List

Boxes 1-66

Research and Printed Materials

Scope and Content Note

(Not by Jacob Marschak, 66 mostly found in several sequences, alphabetically by author)
Box 1

A - D.

Box 2

E - S.

Box 3

A - D.

Box 3

T - Z.

Box 4

A - B.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some notes and correspondence.
Box 5

C - E.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a ringbinder of correspondence with Morris de Groot. 1959-1963.
Box 6

F - L.

Box 7

Mc - M.

Box 8

N - S.

Box 9

A - Brumat.

Box 9

T - Z.

Box 10

Brumat - E.

Box 11

E - Incentives.

Box 12

Incentives - Iz.

Box 13

J - Q.

Box 14

R - Z.

Box 15

Publications and discussion papers.

Boxes 16-26


Box 16

A - I.

Box 17

J - Z.

Box 18

A - B.

Box 19


Box 20

B - C.

Box 21

B - E.

Boxes 22-23

F - G.

Box 24


Box 25


Box 26

M - Z.

Boxes 27-36

Printed materials

Box 27


Box 27

Be - Bu.

Box 28


Box 29


Box 30

G - H.

Box 31

H - O.

Box 32

P - R.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence.
Boxes 33-34


Box 35


Box 36

U - W.

Boxes 37-51

Miscellaneous research and printed materials, and offprints.

Box 52

Offprints and printed materials. 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some by Oscar Lange.
Boxes 53-54

Research materials. 1940s.

Boxes 55-60

Miscellaneous research and printed materials.

Box 61

Printed items. 1930s.

Box 62

Publications, Florida University.

Box 63

Publications, Texas A and M University, and University of Texas.

Box 64

Technical reports, Stanford University, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences.

Box 65

Printed materials, including some by J. Marschak. ca. 1940s.

Box 66

Research papers and printed materials by Karl Borch.

Boxes 67-74

Reprints of publications by J. Marschak.

Scope and Content Note

Box 74 also includes issues of American Economic Review.
Boxes 75-81

J. Marschak's Publication Files

Box 75


Box 76


Box 77


Box 78


Box 79


Scope and Content Note

Includes research materials, notes, clippings and correspondence
Boxes 80-81


Scope and Content Note

Items from 1930s in Box 80.
Research papers and notes in Box 81.
Boxes 82-97

Materials re the Cowles Foundation

Box 82

Discussion papers and research reports. 1950s-1970s.

Box 83

“Theory of Organisation” discussion papers. 1950s.

Box 84

Correspondence and papers. 1950s-1960s.

Box 85

Printed materials related to J. Marschak's research for the Cowles Commission (?).

Box 86

Research material and notes relating to Cowles Commission work (?).

Box 87

Papers, clippings, rough notes and correspondence. ca. 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some Cowles Commission material.
Box 88

Correspondence, papers and miscellaneous printed items. 1950s.

Box 89

Correspondence and papers, mostly relating to “uncertainty,” ca. 1952.

Box 90

Rough notes and working papers.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some Cowles Foundation papers and correspondence (contents of 2 unlabeled box files)
Boxes 91-97


Box 91

F - I.

Box 92

I - Lat.

Box 93

Le - Mi.

Box 94

Mo - P.

Box 95

Q - T.

Box 96

U - Z.

Box 97


Scope and Content Note

Includes some relating to the Cowles Commission. 1944-1947.
Boxes 98-102

“Old Correspondence, A - Z”

Box 98

A - D.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes and material for talks (?) and classes at the University of Chicago. 1940s.
Also, correspondence relating to the Cowles Commission.
Box 99

E - H.

Box 100

I - Ma.

Box 101

Ma - N.

Box 102

Na - Sa.

Box 103

Sc - Un.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence of Oskar Lange.
Box 104

Ut - Z, and miscellaneous.

Boxes 105-114


Box 105

A - B.

Box 106

C - E.

Box 107

F - H.

Box 108

H - K.

Box 109

L - M.

Box 110


Box 111

P - R.

Box 112


Box 113

T - V.

Box 114

W - Z.

Boxes 115-118

J. Marschak's Collected Papers. 1924-1977

Physical Description: (8 vol.)


Assembled by Igor Roisen, 1979.
Box 115



1) Kautsky und Die Junge Generation (1924), p.1.


2) Faschismus und Reformismus (1924), p.9.


3) Die Verkehrsgleichung (1924), p.19.


4) Wirtschaftsrechnung und Gemeinwirtschaft (1924), p.60.


5) Der Korporative und Der Hierarchische Gedanke im Fascismus I (1924), p.80.


6) Der Korporative und Der Hierarchische Gedanke im Fascismus II (1925), p.114.


7) Das Englisce und Das Deutsche Elektrizitatsproblem (1926/27), p.174.


8) Der Weltwanderungskongress (1926), p.183.


9) Verkehrsmittel und Arbeitsbeschaffung (1926), p.194.


10) Der Neue Mittelstand (Zusanmen Hit E. Lederer) (1926), p.203.


11) Ferngaspolitik (1927), p.227.


12) Das Problem Der Fernversorgung (1927), p.236.


13) Die Fergas-Denkschrift (1927), p.256.


14) Die Rebellische Konjunktur-Kurve (1927), p.260.


15) Hohe Löhne und Die Volkswirtschaft (1927), p.267.


16) Die Klassen Auf Dem Arbeitsmarkt und ihre Organisationen (with E. Lederer) (1927), p.295.


17) Arbeiterschutz (with E. Lederer) (1927), p.450.

Box 115



18) Das Problem Des Lohnanteils und Die Amerikanischen Gewerkschaften (1928), p.513.


19) Vorbemerkung Über Empirische Ausbaumöglichkeiten und Grenze Der Theorie Der Produktiven Lohnwirkung (1928), p.529.


20) Öffentliche Betriebe (1928), p.535.


21) Gewerkschaftliche Handelspolitik (1930), p.718.


22) Das Kaufkraft-Argument in Der Lohnpolitik (1930), p.731.


23) Das Problem Der “Hohen Löhne” (1930), p.738.


24) Löhne und Ersparnisse (1930), p.743.


25) Lohntheorie und Lohnpolitik (1930), p.763.


26) Zur Politik und Theorie Der Verteilung (1930), p.775.


27) Zur Modernen Interessendifferenzierung (1930), p.794.


28) Die Lohndiskussion (1930), p.822.


29) Elastizität Der Nachfrage (1931), p.864.

Box 116



30) Diskontpolitik (1931), p.1025.


31) Einige Thesen Zur Krisenpolitik (1931), p.1034.


32) Consumption (Problems of Measurement) (1931), p.1037.


33) Problemas Del Salario (1931), p.1047.


34) Lohnsatz, Lohnsumme, Lohnquote und Arbeitslosigkeit (1932), p.1117.


35) Substanzverluste (1932), p.1129.


35-1) Berichtigte Schätzungen Zum Aufsatz “Substanzverluste” (1932), p.1146-1.


36) Grössenordnungen Des Deutschen Geldsystems (with W. Lederer) (1932), p.1147.


37) Zur Rundfrage Über “Substanzverluste” (1932), p.1166.


38) Die Wirtschaft Der Gegenwart und Ihre Gesetze (1932), p.1190.


39) Verbrauchsstabilisierung und Verbrauchsumschichtung (1932), p.1202.


40) Wages (Theory and Policy) (1933), p.1338.


41) Literatur-Über Den Wirtschaftskreislauf (1933), p.3350.


42) Volksvermögen Und Kassenbedarf (1933), p.1362.


43) Vom Grössensystem Der Geldwirtschaft (1933), p.1398.


44) Annual Survey of Statistical Information: The Branches of National Spending (1933), p.1411.


45) Econometric Parameters in a Stationary Society With Monetary Circulation (1934), p.1426.


46) The Meeting of the Econometric Society in Leyden (September-October 1933), p.1450.


47) More Pitfalls in Demand and Supply Curve Analysis (with R. Frisch and W.W. Leontief) (1934), p.1467.

Box 116



48) Kapitalbildung (with W. Lederer) (1936), p.1486.


49) Utilities and Probabilities in Human Choice (1937), p.1807.


50) The Influence of Income and Interest Rate on Savings (1937), p.1812.


51) Institute of Statistics: Annual Report (1937-38), p.1815.


52) Studies in Mobility of Labour: A Tentative Statistical Measure (with H. Makower and H.W. Robinson), p.1825.


53) Studies in Mobility of Labour: Analysis for Great Britain, Part 2 (with H. Makower and H.W. Robinson) (1938), p.1867.


54) Institute of Statistics: Annual Report (1938-39), p.1892.


55) The Theory and Measurement of Demand (1939), p.1902.


56) Individual and National Income and Consumption (1939), p.1906.


57) Sources for Demand Analysis: Market, Budget, and Income Data (1939), p.1909.


58) Family Budget and the So-called Multiplier (1939), p.1913.


59) On Combining Market and Budget Data in Demand Studies: A Suggestion (1939), p.1919.


60) Book Review: Capital Consumption and Adjustment (S. Fabricant) (1940), p.1924.


61) Peace Economics (1940), p.1927.


62) Book Review: Business Cycles: A Theoretical, Historical, and Statistical Analysis of the Capitalist Process (1940), p.1948.


63) A Discussion on Methods in Economics (1941), p.1954.


64) The Task of Economic Stabilization (1941), p.1962.


65) Demand Elasticities Reviewed (1943), p.1976.


66) Income Inequality and Demand Studies: A Note (1943), p.1987.


67) The American and Russian Economic Systems: How Do They Differ? (1944), p.1992.

Box 117



68) Neumann's and Morgenstern's New Approach to Static Economics (1946), p.2021.


69) Dispersal of Cities and Industries (1946), p.2040.


70) The Economic Aspects of Atomic Power (1946), p.2045.


71) Preface in M. Mendershausen, Changes in Income Distribution During the Great Depression (1946), p.2048.


72) Neumann's and Morgenstern's New Approach to Static Economic (in Games and Economic Behavior) (1946), p.2055.

Scope and Content Note

2 articles by L. Hurwicz and J. Marschak.

73) Estimating Relations From Nonexperimental Observations (1946), p.2092.


74) On Mathematics for Economists (1947), p.2101.


75) Statistical Inference From Nonexperimental Observations (1948), p.2107.


76) Role of Liquidity Under Complete and Incomplete Information (in Report of the Cleveland Meeting) (1948), p.2110.


77) Introduction in G. Bienstock, S.M. Schwartz and A. Yugow Management in Russian Industry and Agriculture (1948), p.2147.


78) Role of Liquidity Under Complete and Incomplete Information (1948), p.2168.


79) Statistical Inference in Economics (1950), p.2183.


80) Rational Behavior, Uncertain Prospects, and Measurable Utility (1950), p.2240.


81) Optimal Investment of a Firm (1950), p.2274.


82) Economic Aspects of Atomic Power (1950), p.2276.

Box 117



83) A Note on Markowitz's Theory of Investment Companies (1951), p.2581.


84) Statistical Inference From Nonexperimental Observation: An Economic Example (1951), p.2584.


85) The Rationale of the Demand for Money and of “Money Illusion” (1951), p.2595.


86) Why “Should” Statisticians and Businessmen Maximize Moral Expectation? (1952), p.2628.


87) Assets, Prices and Monetary Theory (with M. Makower) (1952), p.2643.


87-1) Equipes et Organisations en Regime d'Incertitude (1953), p.2671-1.


88) The Firm as a Team (with R. Radner) (1954), p.2672.


89) Basic Problems in the Economic Theory of Teams (1953), p.2673.


90) Note on Some Proposed Decision Criteria (with R. Radner) (1954), p.1954.


90-1) Towards an Economic Theory of Organization and Information (1954), p.2683.


91) Optimal Weapon Systems (1954), p.2726.


92) Monnaie et Liquidité Dans Les Modèles Macroéconomiques et Microécononiiques (1955), p.2752.


93) Organization Theory Applied to the Firm (1956), p.2761.


94) Remarks on the Economics of Information (1960), p.2770.


95) An Identity in Arithmetic (with H.D. Block) (1960), p.2791.


96) Information Economics (in Japanese) (1963), p.2796.


97) Actual Versus Consistent Decision Behavior (1964), p.2845.


98) Contraddizioni Tra Scelte Razionali E Scelte Effettive (1964), p.2853.


99) Income, Employment, and the Price Level (1965), p.2869.


100) Remarks on the Economics of Policy Formation (1967), p.2969.


101) Economic Theory of Information (Lecture Notes) (1967), p.2971.

Box 118



102) Economic Theory of Information (Problem Sets) (1967), p.3068.


103) Remarks Made at the Adolph Lowe Symposium on the Theory and Practice of Political Economics (1968), p.3090.


104) Efficient Choice of Information Services (1968), p.3096.


105) Information Economics Reconsidered (1969), p.3124.


106) Optimale Symbolbehandlung: Ein Problem Der Betriebs und Volkswirtschaft (1970), p.3339.


107) Seminaire: Decision-Information-Organization (1970), p.3387.


108) Aspects Economiques de la Prise de Decision (1970), p.3401.


109) Producing, Storing, Transporting, and Using Knowledge (1970), p.3420.


110) Optimal Symbol-Processing: A Problem in Individual and Social Economics (1971), p.3431.


111) Interdisciplinary Discussions on Mathematics in Behavioral Sciences (1972), p.3448.


112) Economics of Information Systems Abstract (1972), p.3455.


113) Economics of Organizational Systems (1972), p.3458.


114) Optimizing Information: A Language Common to Statisticians, Logicians and Communication Engineers (1972), p.3469.

Box 118



115) Economic Theory of Teams (with R. Radner) (1972), p.3475.


116) Intersubjective Probability (1973), p.3781.


117) Limited Role of Entropy in Information Economics (1973), p.3796.


118) Information, Decision and the Scientist (1974), p.3803.


119) Prior and Posterior Probabilities and Semantic Information (1974), p.3833.


120) Optimal Organization: Analysts Want to Communicate with Practitioners (1974), p.3853.


121) Value and Cost of Information Systems (1974), p.3869.


122) Economics of Organizational Systems (1975), p.3894.


123) Individual and Organized Decision Making (1974), p.3902.


124) Utilities, Psychological Values, and the Training of Decision-Makers (1975), p.3913.


125) Does Decreasing Marginal Utility of Income Guarantee the Existence of a “Just” Progressive Income Tax (1975), p.3934.


126) The Organizer's Decision-Making (1975), p.3938.


127) Personal Probabilities of Probabilities (1975), p.3946.


128) Partial Knowledge, Entropy, and Estimation (1975), p.3980.


129) Entropy, Economics, Physics (1975), p.3987.


130) Optimal Incentives in an Organization (1976), p.3996.


131) Are Norms Unique? A Brief Remark (1976), p.4010.


132) Guided Soul-Searching for Multi-Criterion Decisions (1976), p.4014.


133) Efficient Organizational Design (1977), p.4031.

Boxes 130-131

Colloquium Documents from the Western Management Science Institute Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Mathematics in the Behavioural Sciences

Box 130


Box 131


Boxes 169-172

Correspondence. 1960s

Box 169

E - H.

Box 170

I - Q.

Box 171

P - S.

Box 172

T - Z.

Boxes 182-183

Correspondence marked “University, A - Z”

Box 182

A - Brei, and “MacCrimmon.”

Box 183

Bro - D.

Boxes 184-185

Correspondence. 1960s, Marked “Desk File, A - M”

Box 184

A - B.

Box 185

C - Da.

Box 186

De - F.

Box 187

Fe - H.

Box 188

Ha - K.

Boxes 189-194

Correspondence. 1960s, Marked “Z - F UCLA Office”

Box 189

F - N.

Box 190

O - Rad.

Box 191

Rai - St.

Box 192

Su - Th.

Box 193

Ti - V.

Box 194

W - Z.

Boxes 195-200

Correspondence. 1978, Marked “A - E UCLA”

Box 196

E - H.

Box 197

I - N.

Box 198

N - O.

Box 199

O - R.

Box 200

S - Z.


[Miscellaneous. v.d.]]

Box 119

Miscellaneous correspondence files. ca. 1957-1959.

Scope and Content Note

Including Duncan Luce and Gerard Debrau.
Box 120


Physical Description: (2 box files)

Scope and Content Note

1) Geoffrion.
2) Management, Science Referencing.
Box 121

Correspondence, papers and printed materials relating to course 203A. ca. 1965-1966.

Box 122

Research materials.

Box 122

Materials relating to course 203B. 1961-1967.

Box 122

Loose correspondence. 1960s-1970s.

Box 123

Printed materials for course 203B.

Box 124

Research and lecture materials relating to course 203C, relating to information economics. ca. 1962-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Includes copy of J. Marschak's working paper, “Information Economics Reconsidered,” 1969.
Box 125

Research proposals, Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation. 1960s.

Box 125

Various files of correspondence. 1960s.

Box 125

Notecards for course 203A.

Box 126

Office of Naval Research reports and proposals. 1960s.

Box 126

National Science Foundation proposals. 1960s.

Box 127

Printed and other material relating to colloquia and the Graduate School of Management. 1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence.
Box 128

Materials relating to colloquia, offprints and other printed materials (“E - L”) sent to J. Marschak. 1961-1970.

Box 129

Western Management Science Institute staff, research and Ph.D. candidate files. 1960s.

Box 129

Office of Naval Research budgets and annual reports. 1964/65.

Box 132

Western Management Science Institute: colloquium reprints. 1959/60-1969/70, and abstracts of working papers and reprints. 1965-1976.

Box 133

Various offprints, correspondence and papers, some relating to a colloquium. 1970.

Box 134

University of Michigan Seminars: papers, etc. 1952-1954.

Box 135

Reports and papers and various individuals.

Box 136

Offprints and other printed items. 1930s.

Box 137

Miscellaneous research materials.

Box 138

Correspondence and papers relating to “Behavioural Science Referencing,” 1968-75.

Box 139

Publications, mostly General Systems, (yearbook of the Society for General Systems Research)

Box 140

Papers relating to J. Marschak research projects (?).

Box 141

Printed material.

Box 141

Correspondence with W.W. Cooper. 1975.

Box 141

Miscellaneous correspondence, found loose. 1940s.

Box 142

Correspondence, including material relating to Jewish organizations, late 1920s-1930s.

Boxes 143-146

Correspondence. 1920s-1930s

Box 147

Correspondence. 1930s.

Box 148

Cowles Commission correspondence. 1940s.

Box 149

University of Chicago material, mostly faculty bulletins, and senate and departmental minutes. 1940s.

Box 150

Papers and notes, and correspondence with John Harsanyi. 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings for Cowles Commission (?).
Box 151

Correspondence and papers relating to the World Statistical Conference. 1947-1948.

Box 152

Correspondence re the World Statistical Conference. 1947-1948.

Box 152

Correspondence re J. Marschak's move from Chicago to Yale University.

Box 153

Abraham Wald reprints and correspondence.

Box 153

Printed articles etc. by Leonid Hurwicz.

Box 154

Correspondence. 1930s-1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Leo Szilard in file, “Offizielle.”
Box 155

Correspondence. 1930s-1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Leo Szilard in file, “Refugees.”
Box 156

Correspondence. 1930s-1950s.

Box 157

Correspondence and papers. 1950s.

Box 158

Correspondence and papers. 1920s (?)-1970s.

Box 159

Correspondence and papers. 1940s-1950s.

Box 160

Correspondence, reports and papers. 1940s-1970s.

Box 161

Research notes and materials. 1950s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence.
Box 162

Research notes and course materials.

Box 163

Research notes and materials. early 1970s (very miscellaneous).

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence.
Box 164

Notecards (contents of a box file marked “Mexico”).

Box 165

Correspondence and papers relating to research proposals. late 1970s.

Box 165

Miscellaneous research materials.

Box 165

Graduate School of Management materials, including Handbook.

Box 166

Seminar papers and other writings by W.T. Ziemba, University of British Columbia. 1974-1976.

Box 167

Seminar and course materials.

Box 168

Miscellaneous class materials and correspondence. ca. 1977.

Box 173

Mostly correspondence, L - M. 1960s-1970s.

Box 174

Mostly correspondence, M - N. 1960s-1970s.

Box 175

Correspondence found loose, “M,” 1970s.

Box 175

Papers, including correspondence, relating to a conference. 1977.

Box 176

Correspondence and papers relating to Duncan Luce. 1962-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Center for Advanced Studies “work statements,” 1955.
Box 177

Correspondence. 1957-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Cowles Foundation items.
Box 177

Correspondence with Koichi Miyasawa, University of Tokyo. 1965-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Including offprints.
Box 178

Correspondence of J. Marschak as President Elect of the American Economic Association, A - P. 1977.

Box 179

Correspondence relating to the American Economic Association Program Committee. 1977.

Box 180

Correspondence of J. Marschak as President Elect of the American Economic Association, Q - Z.

Box 181

Papers produced at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Israel. 1968-1972.

Boxes 201-203