MEMOIR | THE ECONOMY
THE AGE OF TURBULENCE Adventures in a New World By Alan Greenspan
Alan Greenspan, the former Federal Reserve chairman, said in an interview that the removal of Saddam Hussein had been "essential" to secure world oil supplies, a point he emphasized to the White House in private conversations before the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Alan Greenspan, who served as Federal Reserve chairman for 18 years and was the leading Republican economist for the past three decades, levels unusually harsh criticism at President Bush and the Republican Party in his new book, arguing that Bush abandoned the central conservative principle of f...
Alan Greenspan has a book deal, and it has put him once again in rarefied financial company.
As Alan Greenspan opened his new consulting firm, the British government's top economic official announced that he had retained the former U.S. Federal Reserve chairman as an unpaid adviser on economic issues.