FORA.tv Speaker - Alan Greenspan

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Biography

Alan Greenspan is president of Greenspan Associates, LLC and was the 13th chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, a position he held for more than 18 years. From 1974 to 1977, Greenspan was chairman of President Gerald Ford’s Council of Economic Advisers; and from 1981 to 1983, he served as chairman of the National Commission on Social Security Reform. Before his appointment to the Fed in 1987, Greenspan served as a director of J.P. Morgan, Mobil, Alcoa, General Foods, and Capital Cities/ABC. He has received the Legion of Honor from France, became an honorary Knight Commander of the British Empire, and received the Medal of Freedom, the highest civil award in the US. He is the author of The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World.

5 Programs

Alan Greenspan: The Map and the Territory

10.24.13 | 00:58:04 min | 0 comments

The United States and Europe: The Drags on Global Growth

07.03.12 | 00:53:18 min | 1 comment

Alan Greenspan on the Causes of the Global Debt Crisis

11.10.11 | 00:59:36 min | 0 comments

The Rearview Mirror: A Critique of Public Policy

10.26.11 | 01:04:38 min | 1 comment

Alan Greenspan: Markets and the Judiciary

10.02.08 | 00:37:22 min | 2 comments