Mitt Romney’s chief economic advisor Glenn Hubbard, who is the dean of Columbia Business School, was on CNBC moments ago from the Dealbook conference.
[credit provider=”CNBC” url=”http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=1681292639″] Now that the election is over, more and more names on the right can come out and say: We need to raise taxes.Glenn Hubbard, the Columbia Business School dean who was one of Romney’s top economic advisors, has a piece in the FT on how the US […]
[credit provider=”YouTube” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3u2qRXb4xCU&feature=player_embedded#!”] Deutsche Bank is out with a big note about the Fiscal Cliff, the election, and general economic uncertainty.There’s a lot of meat in it, but one thing that stands out is the firm’s discussion of who will be the next Fed chief. The idea of replacing Bernanke […]
[credit provider=”BarackObamadotcom via YouTube”] As Mitt Romney’s prospects of winning the White House have greatly improved in recent weeks — with debate watchers favouring his stance on job creation — his top economic advisers are coming under increased scrutiny.Until now, Glenn Hubbard, John Taylor and other economists who are the […]
Glenn Hubbard is the Dean of Columbia Business School, which means he gets to participate in all the traditions — serious and not so — that the position entails.
Every spring, MBA students spend thousands of hours preparing for one big production: the Follies.
Economist Glenn Hubbard helps lead the economic team of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. If Romney wins the GOP nomination and then the presidency, Hubbard might end up as U.S. Treasury secretary or the next Federal Reserve chairman. I chatted with him by phone yesterday. (Hubbard stressed he was speaking […]
Those of you who actually saw “Inside Job,” the movie that “exposes” the evil greedy bastards working on Wall Street remember that the exact moment the movie finds its bad guy.In the scene, the director, Charles Ferguson, is interviewing Glenn Hubbard, who used to be the chief economic adviser to […]
, Harvard-trained economist, former Bush administration official, dean of the Columbia Business School, is a mild-mannered, buttoned-down guy. But his proposal to bolster the housing market and provide some stimulus to America’s long-suffering homeowners is a bit radical.