- Economic Forecast
- Financial Markets
- Global Economy and Trade
- U.S. Fiscal Policy
- U.S. Government Regulation
Audience & Industry
- The Finance Industry
- Senior Management Groups
- Board Meetings and Executive Briefings
- Global Audiences
One of the world's leading scholars on economic crises—and how to solve them—and a key adviser to President Obama through the economic crisis, Christina Romer provides a perspective on what's ahead for the economy and the choices policymakers face in addressing today's economic challenges.
As chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, Christina Romer was one of the four economics principals who met daily with President Obama to design and guide the Administration's response to the Great Recession. She played a key role in macroeconomic policy, the rescue and reform of the financial system, health care reform and budget policy. In addition, she was a primary Administration spokesperson on the economy, appearing frequently on the evening news, in the financial press and on the Sunday morning news programs. An expert on economic history and macroeconomics, including the Great Depression and the impact of fiscal and monetary policy, she helps audiences understand what is ahead for the economy including the roots of our current economic problems, the challenges and stresses that policymakers should be addressing and the likely impact on economic growth. Her presentations are customized for each audience, and blend a lively and enthusiastic delivery with an easily accessible discussion of important economic challenges and policy options. In addition to being an award-winning Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley, she is also the co-director of the Program in Monetary Economics at the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Contributing Editor, Bloomberg News.
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