Skip to comments.Top Treasury official returning to academia
Posted on 10/17/2010 10:13:34 AM PDT by Nachum
Alan Krueger, a top economics official at the Department of Treasury, will leave his post next month to return to academia, becoming the latest in a string of departures from the Obama administration's economic team. A spokesman for the Treasury confirmed that Krueger, assistant secretary for economic policy, would return to Princeton University, where he previously served as a professor of economics. News of Krueger's departure comes after several other high-profile announcements of Obama economic advisers resigning amid concerns over the sluggish pace of the recovery.
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"Returns to Academia"- more like "jumps the shark"
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Now that he’s failed in the real world along with all others, he will return to where what he does has no bearing on reality.
They’re like cockaroaches looking for a new home. That’s pretty telling...
May their treason against their country follow them throughout eternity.
A WEEKEND announcement so that most people never hear it, yet again.
Obama’s Keynesian Socialist Econ Advisors are all returning to “Acadenia”, where they can preach Jackassian Socialist Theories on the Taxpayer’s dime, instead of PROVING that they don’t work on the Macro level!!!
...feeding young skulls of mush, sadly.
What school in their right mind would hire them? Oh yeah......I forgot......Academia is full of liberals who really do love that this great country is going down the tubes due to their theories and policies!
Man, Princeton Economics department has a bunch of nutroots: This guy, Blinder, and Krugman. What a bunch of losers!
I’ve always thought that, “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach,” was too disrespectful to articulate. (We’ve all known some gifted teachers, no?) Lately, though.... :(