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Martin S. Feldstein

An American economist. He was a prominent economic adviser to President Ronald Reagan, though the two disagreed on the increasing deficit. He served as president of the National Bureau of Economic Research from 1978 to 2008. Feldstein was born in 1939.
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They compare today's deficits to today's interest rates without adequately examining the impact of expected future deficits on forward-looking financial markets--a comparison that Martin Feldstein has rightly argued is insufficient.
Other current NBER research associates who have received the Clark Medal include Daniel McFadden, Martin Feldstein, Joseph Stiglitz, James Heckman, Jerry Hausman, Sanford Grossman, Paul Krugman, Lawrence Summers, David Card, Kevin Murphy, Andrei Shleifer, Steven Levitt, Daran Acemoglu, Susan Athey, Emmanuel Saez, Esther Duflo, Jonathan Levin, Amy Finkelstein, Raj Chetty, and Matthew Gentzkow.
Martin Feldstein of the National Bureau of Economics Research, 1989
Six years ago, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and economist Martin Feldstein warned in the New York Times that the tripling of oil prices from 2001 to 2008 represented the "largest transfer of wealth in human history.
Auerbach, Raj Chetty, Martin Feldstein, and Emmanuel Saez
The Harvard economist Martin Feldstein explained in 1999 why over-relying on this measure is a mistake.
2014 is going to be a better year," Martin Feldstein, a professor at Harvard University and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Ronald Reagan, said on Saturday in Philadelphia.
The year 2014 is going to be a better year," Martin Feldstein, a professor at Harvard University and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Ronald Reagan, said yesterday at a conference in Philadelphia.
Rhodes Global Advisors, LLC, Josef Ackermann, The Chairman of Zurich Insurance Group Ltd and Former Chairman of Deutsche Bank Group, Martin Feldstein, President Emeritus and Professor of Economics at Harvard University, United States, Abdlatif Al Hamad, Chairman and Director General, Arab Fund-Kuwait, Charles Dallara, Chairman of the America's, Partners Group, Switzerland, Lubna Olayan, Deputy Chairman and CEO, Olayan Financial Company, Saudi Arabia, Anthony Cordesman, Arleigh A.
Mohamed El-Erian, William Rhodes, Josef Ackermann, Martin Feldstein and Edward Morse, all members of National Bank of Kuwait's (NBK) International Advisory Board, will take part in the symposium, slated for April 13.
In looking at the pros and cons of Abenomics, it would be helpful to start with the varying reactions from three prominent economists: Martin Feldstein, Adam Posen, and Paul Krugman.
Martin Feldstein and will stand for election by Lilly shareholders at the company's annual meeting in May, 2014.