Mitt Romney’s chief economic adviser, Glenn Hubbard, writes in the Wall Street Journal: “The Obama administration’s attempted short-term fixes, even with unprecedented monetary easing by the Federal Reserve, produced average GDP growth of just 2.2% over the past three years, and the consensus outlook appears no better for the year ahead. Moreover, the Obama administration’s large and sustained increases in debt raise the specter of another financial crisis and large future tax increases, further chilling business investment and job creation.
Glenn Hubbard, the Dean of Columbia's Business School and an economic advisor to Mitt Romney's campaign is out with another editorial in the Wall Street Journal. It contains the usual outline of Mitt Romney's proposed policies and c... Read Post
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 Re... Read Post