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  1. Bill Phillips and the MONIAC

    Bill Phillips and the MONIAC

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  2. Introducing the MONIAC - an early and innovative economic model

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  3. Making money flow: the MONIAC

    Making money flow: the MONIAC

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  4. [PDF] factsheet-bill-phillips-and-the-moniac

    of the economy. Dubbed MONIAC, this has some claim to be the world’s first macro-economic computer. Phillips’ most famous contribution to economic understanding remains the Phillips Curve... for around £400, including parts scavenged from a Lancaster bomber. The acronym MONIAC – ‘Monetary National Income Analogue Computer’ – was reputedly invented to echo the ENIAC digital computer then being developed in the United States. By contrast with those machines the MONIAC operated wholly on analogue principles. Around 14 were built. Above: Bill Phillips with a MONIAC. (London School of Economics

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  5. [PDF] 2007dec70-4ngwright

    2007dec70_4ngwright.pdf46 Reserve Bank of New Zealand: Bulletin, Vol. 70, No. 4, December 2007 1 Bill Phillips and the MONIAC Alban William Housego (Bill) Phillips (1914-1975) was one of New Zealand... scavenged from a Lancaster bomber. He thought of calling it the ‘financephalograph’, but it shortly gained the acronym MONIAC – ‘Monetary National Income Analogue Computer’. Supposedly, this moniker.... By contrast with the ENIAC and the handful of other computing machines of that time based on early digital technology, the MONIAC operated wholly on analogue principles. The MONIAC was also one

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  6. Alan E. Bollard

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  7. [PDF] 2013jun76-2wright

    was the addition of the MONIAC econometric computer, on longterm loan from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research.2 In 2012 the Reserve Bank Museum Committee requested a review and renovation..., temporary exhibitions with contemporary relevance were an annual feature. 2 The MONIAC was brought to working condition in the Reserve Bank property workshop during early 2007, with input both from Reserve Bank staff and from Victoria University of Wellington. See T. Ng and Wright, M, (2007), ‘Introducing the MONIAC: an early and innovative economic model’, Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin 70(4

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  8. Workshop on New Zealand's national accounts and financial statistics

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  9. December 2007 Reserve Bank Bulletin released

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  10. [PDF] factsheet-about-the-reserve-bank-museum

    Feature window: Sir Edmund Hillary The balancing act Bill Phillips and the MONIAC 10 About Bill Phillips Artefacts and memorabilia 13 Reserve Bank Building brochure and plaques Silver platters Reserve Bank... of the Reserve Bank. Top: Reserve Bank building and museum frontage. Above: Displays in the Reserve Bank Museum, Directors’ tea set at left, MONIAC econometric computer on right, Sir Edmund Hillary... during the first 18 months of operation. During that time the museum also acquired a new exhibit, the MONIAC, on long-term loan from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research; and hosted two

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