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Jewish Bankers & Economists

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Benjamin S. Bernanke – Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System

Donald L. Kohn – Vice Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System

Stephen Friedman – Chairman, Board of Directors, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Timothy F. Geithner – Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury

Neal S. Wolin – Deputy Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury

Robert B. Zoellick – President, The World Bank

Dominique Strauss-Kahn – Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

Lawrence H. Summer – Chairman, National Economic Council

Christina D. Romer – Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers

Paul A. Volcker – Chairman, Economic Recovery Advisory Board

Ron Bloom – Senior Counselor for Manufacturing Policy, President

Steven L. Rattner – Director, Presidential Task Force on the Automotive Industry

Neil M. Barofsky – Special Inspector General, Troubled Asset Relief Program(TARP)

Kenneth R. Feinberg – Special Master for Executive Compensation, U.S. Treasury Department

Jared Bernstein – Chief Economist and Economic Policy Adviser, Vice President

David R. Obey – Chairman, United States House Committee on Appropriations

Henry A. Waxman – Chairman, United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce

Barney Frank – Chairman, United States House Committee on Financial Services

Christopher J. Dodd (crypto jew) – Chairman, United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

Max S. Baucus (crypto jew)- Chairman, United States Senate Committee on Finance

Peter R. Orszag – Director, Office of Management and Budget(OMB)

Douglas W. Elmendorf – Director, Congressional Budget Office(CBO)

Douglas H. Shulman – Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service(IRS)

Jon D. Leibowitz – Chairman, Federal Trade Commission(FTC)

John E. Bowman – Director, Office of Thrift Supervision(OTS)

Sheila C. Bair – Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation(FDIC)

John C. Dugan (crypto jew) – Comptroller, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

Karen G. Mills – Administrator, Small Business Administration (SBA)

Mary L. Schapiro – Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC)

Gary G. Gensler – Chairman, Commodity Futures Trading Commission(CFTC)

Daniel J. Roth – President and Chief Executive Officer, National Futures Association(NFA)

Duncan L. Niederauer – Chief Executive Officer & Director, NYSE Euronext

Robert Greifeld – Chief Executive Officer, NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.

Lloyd C. Blankfein – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

John J. Makhoul – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Morgan Stanley

James Dimon (crypto jew) – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, JPMorgan Chase

Kenneth D. Lewis (crypto jew) – President and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America Corporation

John G. Stumpf – President and Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo & Company

Bernard Baruch – economic adviser to many U.S. presidents, statesman, stock market speculator

Milton Friedman – Nobel Prize-winning economist

Alan Greenspan – chairman of the Federal Reserve (1987–2006)

Eugene Meyer – chairman of the Federal Reserve (1930–1933), president of the World Bank (1946)

Haym Solomon – financier during the American Revolution

Joseph E. Stiglitz – 2001 Nobel Prize winner and Chief Economist of the World Bank (1997–2000)

James Wolfensohn – president of the World Bank (1995–2005)

Paul Wolfowitz – president of the World Bank (2005–2007)

George Akerlof – economist

Kenneth Arrow – Arrow’s impossibility theorem

Gary Becker – economist

Daniel Berkowitz – editor of the Journal of Comparative Economics (2007-present)

Walter Block – Harold E. Wirth Endowed Chair in Economics at Loyola University in New Orleans

Benjamin Jerry Cohen – Louis G. Lancaster Professor of International Political Economy University of California, Santa Barbara

Martin S. Feldstein – economist, Harvard Professor, advisor to President Ronald Reagan

Robert Fogel – new economic history

Zvi Griliches – econometrist

Sanford J. Grossman – economics of information

John Harsanyi – game theorist

Jerry A. Hausman – econometrist

Ricardo Hausmann – Harvard Professor and Former Venezuelan Minister

Robert Heilbroner – leftist economist

Leonid Hurwicz – economist

Daniel Kahneman – Nobel Prize (2002)

Israel Kirzner – Austrian School economist

Lawrence Klein – econometric models

David M. Kreps – economist

Paul Krugman – economist and journalist

Simon Kuznets – econometrics

Emil Lederer – economist

Wassily Leontief – Input-Output method

Steven Levitt – economist

Harry Markowitz – economist

Jacob Marschak – economist

Merton Miller – economist

Jacob Mincer – labor economics

Ludwig von Mises – Austrian School economist

Franco Modigliani – economist

Harvey Pitt – former SEC chairman

Matthew Rabin – economist

Russell Roberts – economist, Professor at George Mason University in Virginia, commentator on Morning
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Kenneth Rogoff – economics professor at Harvard, expert on international economics

Murray Rothbard – Austrian School economist

Nouriel Roubini – Iranian-American macroeconomist

Jeffrey Sachs – economic shock therapy

Paul Samuelson – economic analysis

Andrei Shleifer – economist

Myron Scholes – Black-Scholes equation

Herbert Simon – political, social scientist

Robert Solow – economic growth

Jacob Viner – economist

Lloyd C. Blankfein – Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs

Ivan Boesky – Wall Street financier and arbitrageur

Asher Edelman – Wall Street corporate raider (“Wall Street” movie character)

Andrew Fastow – former CFO of Enron

Marcus Goldman – co-founder of Goldman Sachs investment bank

Bernie Madoff – former Chairman of NASDAQ, last Chairman of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC, biggest Ponzi schemer in history

Michael Milken – Financier, Junk-bond specialist

Ronald Perelman – American billionaire investor

Marc Rich – Oil trading

Robert Rubin – former Treasury Secretary, director of National Economic Council, and Chairman of Citigroup

Samuel Sachs – co-founder of Goldman Sachs investment bank

George Soros – Wall Street investor and foreign currency speculator

Michael Steinhardt – Wall Street hedge fund manager

Bruce Wasserstein – American investment banker and businessman, CEO of Lazard and controller of Wasserstein & Co.

Sandy Weill – former Chairman and CEO of Citigroup

Albert Aftalion – Bulgarian-born French economist

Robert Aumann – Nobel prize (2005)

Lord Bauer – economist

George Dantzig – economist

Alexander Delphias – economist, and social activist of Jew Town.

Richard Ehrenberg – economist

Charles Goodhart – Bank of England economist

Leo Frank – Factory owner hung for ritual murder of a child

Noreena Hertz – economist & activist

Hendrik Houthakker – economist

Richard Kahn, Baron Kahn – economist: multiplier

Nicholas Kaldor – economist

Leonid Kantorovich – Nobel prize (1975)

Israel Kirzner – economist

János Kornai – economist

Ludwig Lachmann – economist

Harold Laski – economist

Leone Levi – political economist

Robert Liefmann – economist

Ephraim Lipson – economic historian

Adolph Lowe – economist

Rosa Luxemburg – economist, co-founder of the KPD

Morton J. Marcus – economist

Karl Marx – inventor of Marxist economics

Robert Merton – Nobel prize (1997)

Hyman Minsky -economist

Fritz Naphtali – economist, editor, later Israeli finance minister

John von Neumann – economist

Alexander Nove – economist

Sigbert Prais – economist

David Ricardo – economist

Arthur Seldon – economist

Reinhard Selten – Nobel prize (1994)

Sir Hans Singer – economist

Piero Sraffa – economist

Abraham Wald – economist

Basil Yamey – economist


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