Baker Professor of Economics Martin S. Feldstein, has been teaching the dismal science at Harvard for over 30 years.
Eighteen years ago, mid-way through President Ronald Reagan's first term, Feldstein left the ivory tower for to serve as the chair of Reagan's Council of Economic Advisors.
Feldstein has advised George W. Bush on economic matters, and has defended and has defended the Texas Governor's social security proposal.
Feldstein has been mentioned in the national media for job in a potential Bush administration, include a seat on the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors. He might even be asked to reprise his role as the chair of the CEA.
Elaine Kamarck, a professor at the
Kennedy School of Government, is currently serving as a top policy advisor to Vice President Al Gore '69.
Feldstein Supports Bush Bid In 2000Baker Professor of Economics Martin S. Feldstein '61 traveled to Austin Friday to meet with Texas Governor George W. Bush
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