Glenn Hubbard knows economics. The dean of the Columbia Business School, Hubbard served as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush from 2001-2003. He also now teaches finance and economics at the Columbia Business School. 
The Catalyst asked the economist for his views on the federal debt, energy prices, and China’s economic slowdown. In other words, issues that affect our economic growth. Hubbard just doesn’t analyze; he also  presents ways to deal with these challenges.
Read more: THE CATALYST – Debt, Energy, China, and American Economic Growth