Martin Neil Baily

Martin Neil Baily

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Martin Neil Baily was a Chair for the White House National Economic Council with 39 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1991 Forum as a Professor for the University of Maryland, College Park. The year with the most videos was 2000 with six videos as a Chair for the White House. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2011 with an average of 552 views per program as a Senior Fellow for Economic Studies in the Brookings Institution. Most appearances with Alice M. Rivlin (5), Maya MacGuineas (5), Larry Summers (4). Most common tags: U.S. Economy, Banking & Financial Markets, Federal Budget.

Appearances by Title:c. September 1, 2007 - Present Senior Fellow, Economic Studies, Brookings Institution

Videos: 19 c. October 8, 2008 - Present Chairman

Videos: 0


Chair, White House National Economic Council c. January 1, 1991 - c. December 31, 2001 Videos: 2 Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics c. March 1, 2001 - c. August 31, 2007 Videos: 4 Chair, White House c. January 1, 1999 - c. January 1, 2001 Videos: 10 Member, White House c. July 31, 1995 - c. December 31, 1996 Videos: 3 Professor, University of Maryland, College Park c. January 1, 1989 - c. January 1, 1996 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation

    Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation

    Federal Reserve Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles delivered keynote remarks at a Brookings Institution event on monetary policy…

  • Budget Deficit Reform

    Budget Deficit Reform

    Panelists talked about resolving uncertainty in the federal government budget process in order to promote innovation. This forum was…

  • Capital Markets and the Fiscal Cliff

    Capital Markets and the Fiscal Cliff

    Robert Greifeld talked about the the impact of the “fiscal cliff” on capital markets. The “fiscal cliff” referred to impending tax increases and…

  • Manufacturing and American Jobs

    Manufacturing and American Jobs

    Panelists talked about increasing American manufacturing. Topics included creating new trade agreements, training programs,…

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