(WASHINGTONPOST) — In an interview with Bloomberg last night, Mitt Romney reiterated that he wouldn’t reappoint Ben Bernanke as Fed chairman, and strongly hinted that he would choose one of his two top economic aides, Harvard’s Greg Mankiw or Columbia’s Glenn Hubbard, instead.
Fox Business reports that Hubbard is the front-runner for the post, but notes that Stanford’s John Taylor, a Romney adviser and senior treasury official under Bush, is also in the running.
All three are economists with long paper trails indicating their views on monetary policy. So what can we expect them to do if Romney taps them for the post?
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