An economic advisor to Presidents, a well-respected Dean and Professor, R. Glenn Hubbard has been the architect of policies that affect millions. He was recently one of the leading economic advisers on Mitt Romney’s Economic Policy Team who helped Romney formulate pro-growth policies to turn the economy around and create jobs.
His groundbreaking research in the areas of tax policy, monetary economics, international finance and corporate finance has earned him international acclaim as a leader in economic theory and application. A prolific writer, he rises at 4 a.m. to pen research papers and op–eds that regularly appear in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. He’s a frequent guest on such programs as NPR's Marketplace and PBS's Nightly Business Report.
An Economist's Guide to the Next Four Years
Dr. Hubbard has devoted his career to the thorough analysis of American fiscal policies, and Presidents and corporate executives have sought out his opinion on the most pressing economic issues of the day. In the 2012 presidential election, Dr. Hubbard served as chief economic advisor to Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate. Combining decades of experience with lauded academic research, Professor Hubbard gives a robust and stimulating look at the top economic issues--and their future.
Money, Our Financial System and the Economy
Dr. Hubbard analyzes areas of interest to audience members including financial markets, corporate financing strategy, tax planning and international financial strategy.
Prolific Economic Advisor
An economic advisor to Presidents, a well-respected Dean and Professor, R. Glenn Hubbard has been the architect of policies that affect millions. As Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors from 2001–2003, his responsibilities included advising the president on economic policy, tax and budget policy, emerging market financial issues, international finance, healthcare and environmental policy. He also served as Chairman of the Economic Policy Committee. Currently, as Dean of Columbia's Business School, he directs the education of the next generation of global business leaders; and as Chairman of the Economic Club of New York, a post he took in 2008, he helps shape the thinking of members of the city's powerful business community.
An Innovative Educator
Dr. Hubbard was named Dean of Columbia Business School on July 1, 2004. In addition to writing more than 100 scholarly articles in economics and finance, Dr. Hubbard is the author of a leading textbook on money and financial markets. His commentaries have appeared in BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times, The Washington Post, Nikkei and the Daily Yomiuri, as well as on television (on PBS’s Nightly Business Report) and radio (on NPR’s Marketplace).