A finding aid to the Yale Brozen papers is now available online. Those papers document the career of Yale Brozen, a professor of business economics at the University of Chicago from 1957 to 1987 and a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.
An expert on antitrust law, Brozen often wrote about government regulation. The majority of the collection consists of Brozen's speeches and writings on topics related to economics, including antitrust law, the Federal Trade Commission, and advertising. The collection also contains Brozen's correspondence with American Enterprise Institute scholars Robert Helms and Marvin Kosters, as well as a letter to Ronald Coase.
The Yale Brozen papers compliment the Hoover Institution Archives' other holdings on economic theory, including the Milton Friedman papers, Friedrich A. von Hayek papers, and Benjamin A. Rogge papers.