Louis Galambos is a professor of history and editor of The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower at The Johns Hopkins University.
He's taught at Rice University, Rutgers University, and Yale University, and has served as president of the Business History Conference and the Economic History Association.
A former editor of The Journal of Economic History, Galambos has written extensively on U.S. business history, on business-government relations, on the economic aspects of modern institutional development in America, and on the rise of the bureaucratic state.
Louis Galambos of Johns Hopkins University discusses his work on The Entrepreneurial Multiplier for part 1 of a 3-part series on "American Capitalism – Toward a New History"
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