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Topic - Council Of Economic Advisers
It's hard to find an economist who questions the relationship between the minimum wage and employment, specifically, that a higher minimum wage reduces employment opportunities for young, low-skilled and inexperienced workers.
President Obama's chief economist, Austan Goolsbee, will step down later this year to resume his teaching post at the University of Chicago in time for the fall semester, the White House announced Monday night.
Rudolph Giuliani scored a coup last week when Martin Anderson, President Reagan's influential domestic policy chief, joined the former New York mayor's campaign team of economic advisers.
Due to an editing error, The Washington Times yesterday incorrectly reported Michael Boskin's tenure on the president's Council of Economic Advisers. Mr. Boskin headed the council under President George H.W. Bush.
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