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Who is Alan Blinder?
Alan Blinder: Alan Stuart Blinder is an American economist. He serves at Princeton University as the Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs in the Economics Department, and vice chairman of The Observatory Group. He founded Princeton’s Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies in 1990. Since 1978 he has been a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. He is also a co-founder and a vice chairman of the Promontory Interfinancial Network, LLC. He is among the most influential economists in the world according to IDEAS/RePEc, and is "considered one of the great economic minds of his generation.
- also known as Alan S Blinder, Alan Stuart Blinder
- born on (70 years ago) in Brooklyn
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Economist, professor, writer
- written works: "Central banking in theory and practice", "Leadership in groups", "A model of inherited wealth", "Downsizing in America", "The quiet revolution", "The truce in the war on poverty", "Wall Street Journal Edition of Economics", "Inventory theory and consumer behavior", "Economic policy and the great stagflation", "Maintaining competitiveness with high wages", "The 1971-1974 controls program and the price level", "Are income taxes inflationary or deflationary?", "Hard heads, soft hearts", "Does fiscal policy matter?", "Macroeconomics under debate", "Paying for Productivity", "After the Music Stopped: The Financial Crisis, the Response, and the Work Ahead"
- filmography: played Himself in "Money For Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve"
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by Allan H. Meltzer
Former vice chairman Alan Blinder is a bit more explicit.
by Mehmet Odekon
Alan Blinder, Heart Heads, Soft Hearts: Tough- Minded Economics for a Just Society (Perseus Books, 1987); S.H. Danziger et al., ...
by Stephen Harlan Norwood
There have been many other prominent American Jewish economists: Alan Greenspan, Alan Blinder, Otto Eckstein, Jacob Frenkel, Albert Hirschman, Leon Keyser- ling, Paul Krugman, Arthur Okun, Herbert Stein, Robert R. Nathan, and Nobel ...
The 100 Most Important American Financial Crises: An Encyclopedia of the Lowest Points in American Economic History (2014)
by Quentin R. Skrabec Jr.
Princeton's Nobel laureate economist, alan blinder, declared: “by about 1980, it was hard to find an american macroeconomist under the age of forty who professed to be a Keynesian.” at major universities, the only people who would sit at the ...
Volume 71 - Supplement 34 by Allen Kent
Fed Vice Chairman Alan Blinder, a Clinton appointee, has argued that a rate cut is necessary to keep the economy from slowing too sharply. [NYT] If we can identify syntactic patterns of interest, we can select documents containing sentences ...
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