Romney for President
MITT ROMNEY ANNOUNCES ECONOMIC POLICY TEAM
Today, Mitt Romney announced his Economic Policy Team. The team will be
led by Dean R. Glenn Hubbard, Professor N. Gregory Mankiw, former
Senator Jim Talent and former Congressman Vin Weber. The Economic
Policy Team will help Mitt Romney formulate pro-growth policies that
will turn around the economy and create jobs. Romney will unveil his
jobs plan today at McCandless International Trucks in North Las Vegas,
economy is on the wrong track,” said Mitt Romney. “We need to reverse
President Obama’s failed economic policies and replace them with
pro-growth policies that will allow businesses to start hiring again.
The members of my Economic Policy Team have been instrumental in
helping me to craft policies that do just that. I look forward to
working with this team to further develop and introduce policies that
will create the right environment for job creation and get our nation
on the road to economic recovery.”
Romney is uniquely qualified to lead our economy to robust economic
growth and job creation,” said Dean Glenn Hubbard. “He is a
conservative businessperson who understands how the economy works, and
who has the experience and skill to get our nation’s economy on track
this critical moment in our nation’s history, we need a president with
experience in the real economy,” said Senator Jim Talent. “After three
years of failed policies, Mitt Romney is the right person to lead an
economic recovery and I am proud to help him in this endeavor.”
On Mitt Romney’s Economic Policy Team:
R. Glenn Hubbard Served As The
Chairman Of President Bush’s Council Of Economic Advisers From 2001 To
has also served at the Treasury Department and was an economic adviser
to Mitt Romney’s 2008 campaign. Currently, Hubbard is Dean and Russell
L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business
N. Gregory Mankiw Served As The
Chairman Of President Bush’s Council Of Economic Advisers From 2003 To
served as an economic adviser to Mitt Romney’s 2008 campaign.
Currently, Mankiw is Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics at Harvard
Senator Jim Talent Is A Former U.S.
Senator Who Was Elected In 2002 And Served Until 2007.
being elected to the U.S. Senate, Senator Talent was a member of the
U.S. House Of Representatives for eight years. While a member of the
U.S. House, Talent chaired the Small Business Committee. Senator
Talent has served as a senior adviser to Mitt Romney and is a fellow at
the Heritage Foundation.
Congressman Vin Weber Was A Member Of
The U.S. House Of Representatives From 1981 To 1993.
most recently served as a Co-Chairman of Minnesota Governor Tim
Pawlenty’s presidential campaign. In 2004, Weber served as Plains
States Regional Chairman for George Bush’s campaign and in 2008 was a
Policy Chairman for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. Currently,
Weber is a Managing Partner of Clark & Weinstock.