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Martin Feldstein

Martin FeldsteinAKA Martin Stuart Feldstein

Born: 25-Nov-1939
Birthplace: New York City

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Economist, Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Reagan economist

Father: Meyer Feldstein
Mother: Esther Gevarter
Wife: Kathleen Foley Feldstein (economist, m. 1965, two daughters)

    University: BA, Harvard University (1961)
    University: BA, Oxford University (1963)
    University: MA, Oxford University (1964)
    University: PhD, Oxford University (1967)
    Professor: Harvard University (1969-)

    John Bates Clark Medal 1977
    US Council of Economic Advisers Chairman (1982-84)
    Member of the Board of American International Group (1988-)
    Member of the Board of Eli Lilly (2001-12)
    Member of the Board of HCA (1998-2006)
    JP Morgan Chase International Council
    The Wall Street Journal Board of Contributors
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences
    American Economic Association
    American Philosophical Society 1989
    Bilderberg Group
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Council on Foreign Relations 1980
    Econometric Society
    Fraser Institute
    Group of Thirty
    John McCain 2008
    National Academy of Sciences 1971
    National Association for Business Economics Fellow
    National Bureau of Economic Research President and CEO (1997-82 and 1984-)
    National Committee on US-China Relations Board of Directors
    Trilateral Commission 1984
    US Federal Reserve Governor (2002-)
    Hoover Institution National Fellow (1982-83)
    National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow (1975)


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