Alan Greenspan The Modern Economist Charter College Christina Cruz Abstract Alan Greenspan a great Modern Economist was the second longest appointed chairman of the Federal Reserve by President Ronald Reagan in 1987 and served five intervals until 2006. He describes himself as a long life Libertarian Republican. He now works as a private adviser and provides consulting for firms through his company, Greenspan Associates LLC. Alan Greenspan The Modern Economist
Alan Greenspan the modern day economist born March 6, 1926 into a Jewish family. He helped the United States prolong the modern day recession, but still seen the collapse. He served on the Federal Reserve as the second longest term in four year intervals. He was first appointed as President Gerald Fords Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors. The job of the Council of Economic Advisors was consulting the President of the United States on the welfare of the U.S. economy. Then in 1987 Alan was appointed as chairman of the Federal Reserve by Ronald Reagan and there he served until 2006.
As a child parents, Rose Goldsmith was a homemaker, and his father Herbert Greenspan was a stockbroker and a market analyst in New York City. While in high school at George Washington High school, Alan played the clarinet in a band named Woody Herman band, after graduating high school, Alan actually went to Juilliard School from 1943 to 1944. In 1945 Alan attended New York University where he earned his B.S. degree in economics summa cum laude in 1948 followed by his M.A degree in economics in 1950. By 1977, Alan earned his PhD degree in economics from New York University. He did attend Columbia University to purse advanced economics but dropped out before graduating.
During his years in college, Alan worked under a managing director at the Wall Street investment bank Brown Brothers Harriman, as the firms equity research department. Alan then began to work as an economic analyst at the National Industrial Conference...
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