The papers primarily pertain to Manne's research and writing on energy, energy policy, greenhouse gases, etc., and include
correspondence, typescript papers, notes, figures, charts, and computer printouts, with some papers by others.
Alan S. Manne was on the faculty at Stanford University from 1961 until he retired in 1992, with the exception of two years
teaching at Harvard (1974-1976). He was known for devising economic models pertaining to major world concerns and was the
author of 128 papers and seven books.
6 linear feet (13 boxes)
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