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- Alan Greenspan is an American economist who served as Chairman of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006.
- also known as Dr. Alan Greenspan
- born on (89 years ago) in Manhattan, child of Herbert Greenspan and Rose Goldsmith
- ethnicity: Ashkenazi Jews, Jewish people
- nationality: United States of America
- religion: Judaism
- profession: Economist, scientist, politician, businessperson, consultant
- written works: "The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World", "Global Economic Integration", "Achieving Price Stability", "The challenge to our system", "New Challenges for Monetary Policy", "The Map and the Territory: Risk, Human Nature, and the Future of Forecasting"
- award: - Francis Boyer Award
- Alan Greenspan is a film producer.
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Conspiracy Theory (2007)
A Gregor Demarkian Novel by Jane Haddam
Alan Greenspan is an agent of the Illuminati." "And nobody but this ...
by Benoit Dillet, Robert Porter, Iain Mackenzie
Alan Greenspan is an American economist who served as ...
Opportunities in The New Economic Landscape by C. Lo
Former US Fed chairman Alan Greenspan is a strong believer in this doctrine. The more effective the post-crisis bailout policies, the more likely it is that central bankers will draw such a conclusion. There is indeed a fine line to walk between ...
The American High & Low Intellectual Property Is at Risk for Terrorism from Abroad. by Wayne Holovacs
Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan is a keeper of that faith. In late 2004, talking again about the relationship between anemic job creation and the Out- sourcing of American jobs, Greenspan said, “In response to these strains and the ...
Investment Sourcebook (2001)
The Complete Guide to Finding and Understanding Investment Information by Michael Constas, Jae K. Shim
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is a big fan of the ECI as a good measure of whether wage pressures are sparking inflation. You can find this index on the BLS Web site (stats.bls.gov). Price indexes get major coverage in daily ...
by Andrew Robertson, Michael A. Morrison, William G. Shade, Robert Johnston, Robert Zieger, Thomas Langston, Richard Valelly
Greenspan's Low Interest Rates and HandsOff Approach When Reagan appointed Alan Greenspan as chairman of the Federal Reserve in 1987, the savings and loan crisis was already fully under way. Eventually, more than seven hundred ...
Encyclopedia of leadership (2004)
A-E by George R. Goethals, Georgia Jones Sorenson, James MacGregor Burns
Federal Reserve Board Chairman, Alan Greenspan, had characterized back in 1996 as one of “irrational exuberance,” ended. See also Autocratic ...
by Charles Wankel
CHIPS was created in 1970 by the New York Clearing House, and according to former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, it represented “the most significant qualitative change in clearing house arrangements.” Transfers between ...
An Encyclopedia by Gary Giroux
chairman Alan Greenspan flooded the market with cash after Black Monday, the first “Greenspan put.” Beginning on Tuesday the market went up and on October 21 was up over 10 percent. The Dow closed at 1939 ...
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