Martin Feldstein

Leading Economist who has acted as advisor to three U.S. Presidents.

An understanding of the complex links between politics and monetary policy has enabled Martin Feldstein to become one of the most outstanding economists of our time. His experience in working as a presidential economic advisor, his Harvard professorship and his ongoing research have seen him win numerous accolades and become one of the most sought after speakers in his field.

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About Martin Feldstein

  • Economist
  • George F. Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard University
  • President Emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research
  • Served as an Chief Economic Advisor to President Ronald Reagan

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Effortlessly explaining how past and present economic policy can shape the future of the global community, Feldstein educates and intrigues his audience, inspiring a new approach to economics.

Speaking Topics

  • How to shrink the USA's deficit
  • A Better Way to Health Reform
  • Carbon Tax
  • The US Dollar
  • Inflation is Looming?


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Books By Martin Feldstein

  • Hospital Costs and Health Insurance (1981)
  • The United States in the World Economy (1988)
  • Capital Taxation (1990)
  • International Capital Flows (editor) (1999)
  • Economic Problems of Ireland in Europe (with Gerard Hughes and Philip R. Lane) (2002)
  • Inflation, Tax Rules, and Capital Formation (2009)

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