John H. Makin

John H. Makin

John Holmes Makin was an American economist and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He was a consultant to the U.S. Treasury Department, the Congressional Budget Office, the International Monetary Fund, and the Bank of Japan. Wikipedia*

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John H. Makin has 21 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1986 Call-In as a Director. The year with the most videos was 1989 with three videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2013 with an average of 921 views per program. Most appearances with Norman J. Ornstein (3), Marvin Kosters (2), Rudolph G. Penner (2). Most common tags: U.S. Economy, Federal Budget, International Trade.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2007 - Present Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute Videos: 4 c. January 14, 1986 - Present Director, Fiscal Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute Videos: 16 c. January 1, 1995 - Present Principal, Caxton Corporation Videos: 0

Previously

Chief Economist, Caxton Corporation c. January 1, 1990 - c. January 1, 1995 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Housing and Government Finance

    Housing and Government Finance

    Representatives from the Mortgage Bankers Association and National Mortgage news talked the housing market, government…

  • G-20 and the Global Economy

    G-20 and the Global Economy

    Witnesses testified on the G-20 and global economic and financial risks. The Group of Twenty (G-20) Finance Ministers and…

  • Housing Market

    Housing Market

    Participants spoke about the U.S. economic recession, state of the housing markets, preventing economic “bubbles” in the…

  • Dollar Decline and Economic Recovery

    Dollar Decline and Economic Recovery

    Desmond Lachman moderated a panel on challenges to economic growth posed by the continuing decline in the value of the…

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