The file comprises:-
- autograph manuscript structural plan and chapter of book entitled 'What is perfect competition?', undated;
- copy typescript 'Teaching economics', undated;
- copy typescript 'The need for a theory of wages', undated;
- copy typescript 'Outline of the theory of employment', undated;
- autograph manuscript and copy typescript 'A passage from the autobiography of an analytical economist', Oct. 1932;
- off-print 'Disguised unemployment', from 'Economic Journal', Vol. XLVI, No. 182, June 1936;
- off-print 'The classification of inventions', from 'Review of Economic Studies', Vol. V, No. 2, Feb. 1938;
- 'Economics is a serious subject' (Cambridge: W. Heffer and Sons Ltd., 1932)*;
- off-print 'Imperfect competition and falling supply price', from 'Economic Journal', Vol. XLII, No. 168, Dec. 1932*;
- off-print 'A parable on savings and investment', from 'Economica', Feb. 1933*;
- off-print 'Decreasing costs: a reply to Mr Harrod', from 'Economic Journal', Vol. XLIII, No. 171, Sept. 1933*;
- off-print 'The theory of money and the analysis of output', in 'Review of Economic Studies', Vol. 1 , No. 1, Oct. 1933;
- Review of H. S. Ellis 'German monetary theory 1905-1933' (Harvard: Harvard University Press, 1933), in 'Economic Journal', Vol. XLV, No. 180, Dec. 1933;
- copy typescript 'Economics is the dope of the religious people', undated;
- off-print 'Euler's theorem and the problem of distribution', from 'Economic Journal', Vol. XLIV, No. 175, Sept. 1934*;
- off-print 'A fundamental objection to laissez-faire', from 'Economic Journal', Vol. XLV, No. 179, Sept. 1935*;
- off-print 'The long period theory of employment', from 'Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie Band VII', Heft 1, 1936*;
- off-print 'The economic system in a socialist state', from 'Cambridge Review', 26 Feb. 1937;
- Review of A. D. Gayer 'Monetary policy and economic stabilisation' (A. and C. Black, 1935), in 'Cambridge Review', 3 May 1935.
Items marked with a * have been inscribed by Joan Robinson to RFK or otherwise marked by her.
These papers were originally held in an envelope marked 'Working papers of Joan Robinson'.