This might be taken as just a bizarre comment, except that, of course, Alan Greenspan
had some considerable influence in driving us to the current financial meltdown through his opposition to regulation of derivatives.
joining us as BOMA International celebrates 100 years of service to the commercial real estate industry," said BOMA International chairman and CEO Kurt R.
Now in a new book called Bubble Man: Alan Greenspan
and the Missing 7 Trillion Dollars Peter Hartcher, the former Washington bureau chief for the Australian Financial Review, condemns Greenspan for the stock market crash of 2001.
Remarks by Chairman Alan Greenspan
, "Energy," before the Japan Business Federation, the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, Tokyo, Japan, October 17, 2005.
ITEM: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for February 23 commented: "For a champion of fiscal discipline, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan
is surprisingly tolerant of what passes for restraint nowadays.
yesterday collects his honorary knighthood from the Queen with his wife Andrea Mitchell at his side and the Duke of Edinburgh, at Balmoral castle in the Scottish Highlands
As large businesses, banks, Fed chairman Alan Greenspan
and both houses of Congress continue to take ever-stronger steps to limit the power of the FASB, its seven board members must be drawing a parallel.
And former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan
was calling it a "conundrum," Davis observes.
WASHINGTON - Alan Greenspan
is planning to write a book about his 18 years as chairman of the Federal Reserve system.
The curtain has finally closed on the eighteen-year tenure of Chairman Alan Greenspan
, and we would like to draw some lessons from the policies implemented by this great leader of the U.
Under the gold standard," Alan Greenspan
wrote in Ayn Rand's 1966 book Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, "a free banking system stands as the protector of an economy's stability and balanced growth.