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    alan greenspan and his economics

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    Alan Greenspan who is an American economist obliged as Chairman of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006, was born on March 6, 1926. He is a highly educated economist and in his life he took many years of experience from the economy of the world. People look for his advice and follow his judgments to develop the growth in economy. He was the world's most powerful economic policymaker in Federal Reserve for two decades. He is currently works as a private adviser and provides consulting

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    Alan Greenspan

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    Alan Greenspan Since Alan Greenspan became chairman of the FED, the country's economy has reflected many positive results. He has done a terrific job. Allan is a very bright man who is always thinking of ways to prevent problems before they happen in the economic sector of the nation. All economists have been very content with his job just until now. In a recent Time magazine article called Is That Really You, Allan?disapproval about some new rules that this man has suggested for the economy

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    Alan Greenspan

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    Alan Greenspan Alan Greenspan, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, has always fascinated the financial community. Whatever he says can make or break the markets. He is a highly educated economist with many years of experience. People seek for his advice and obey his judgments. His proclamations are repeated and expounded upon. Greenspan is loved, feared, and never ever questioned. As a result of being a strong chairman of the Fed, he has made a difference the U.S. economy through his

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    Alan Greenspan, Hero or Villain To properly discuss Alan Greenspan, we need background information, where he worked and what exactly did/does he do. Alan Greenspan (born March 6, 1926) is an American Economist and was Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006. Mr. Greenspan was appointed Federal Reserve (FED) chairman by President Ronald Reagan in 1987 and was reappointed at successive four-year intervals until retiring in January

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    Greenspan presided the Fed under prosperous economic situation, and it was thought that this economic growth was done by Alan Greenspan. That era was characterized by the low inflation rate, two short recessions took place during his tenure, the use of information technology, jobs were abundant, unemployment rate was low (under 4%) and the stock market rose over 10%. All those conditions lead people to believe that Greenspan improved the economy in that time. Irrational exuberance The fall of Alan

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    Bankers prior to the establishment of the Federal Reserve would establish lines of credit with larger banks. In the event of a run, the smaller bank would draw on the line of credit. In times of panic, large numbers of depositors would demand to withdraw their money, and only the largest Wall Street banks, with millions of dollars in reserve, could guard against this. In the early twentieth century, people were running to withdraw all their cash from their accounts, this may seem dramatic, almost

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    show how this topic is illust... ... middle of paper ... ...Greenspan admitting in his testimony, Greenspan said that, in light of a crisis he characterized as "a once-in-a-century financial tsunami," he was wrong to think financial markets could police themselves. He incorrectly had expected the discipline of the market would prevent financial institutions from taking life-threatening risks. I think the movie showed how Greenspan was mistaken in his free-market convictions to make wrong decisions

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    Alan Greenspan's Term

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    The article, "Greenspan gets another Fed term," in the New York Times discussed Alan Greenspan's success and failures during his term. The article was fairly easy reading. I found some statements to be quite amusing however, there were some issues discussed that was a little ambiguous. Reading this article, I learned that President Clinton nominated Alan Greenspan to a fourth term as chairman of the nation's central bank. I had no clue as to what the title of chairman of the nation's central bank

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    Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan has played a key role in the economic crisis of the late 2000s (some would point out that we are still experiencing its aftershocks to this day). It’s not so much what Greenspan did as much as what he didn’t do. Greenspan’s hesitation when it comes to regulating the banking sector was motivated in part by the free-market philosophy he has propagated over his career as a leading world economist. It must be pointed out, however, that there are those

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    Paying off the national debt would actually help lower interest rates and boost investments, and therefore further increase the wealth of the population, while keeping inflation at bay. It seems Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan beat the Treasury secretary to it. Greenspan could not wait for the economy to fix itself by paying of the debt. The United States economy is roaring ahead at about 5% annual growth rate, much faster then the federal reserve considers safe. In an attempt to keep

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