Todd Buchholz served as a White House director of economic policy under George H. W. Bush. He has given lectures to economists at the White House and to the United States Chamber of Commerce.
In his books Market Shock, New Ideas from Dead CEOs, and Bringing the Jobs Home, Todd hits on major issues affecting the American economy, including the education of our workforce, immigration, and taxes. Energy policy and regulatory bodies are another specialty for Buchholz. Since 2011, Todd has put forth a series of bold ideas in the Op-Ed pages of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. These include proposals for 100-year bonds, “signing bonuses” for unemployed Americans, and travel vouchers for tourists to Greece.
History has the numbers – economist Todd Buchholz makes sense of them.
Connecting the Dots
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