Who will fill Greenspan's shoes?

This article published Thursday 26 May speculates on Alan Greenspan's successor at the Fed. Ben Bernanke will have to abandon his preference for Hawaiian shirts and Bermuda shorts, it says, while Martin Feldstein looks risky given his outspokenness and membership on the board of troubled insurer AIG. And Glenn Hubbard's staunch defence of Bush tax cuts will not endear him to Democrats.

Click here to read the article "Who will fill Greenspan's shoes?" on the Business Week website

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