BREAKING: Top Obama economic adviser dies suddenly at 58
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Alan Krueger, 58, a Princeton University economist and former top economic adviser to former President Barack Obama, has died, the university said Monday.
Princeton did not provide a cause of death. “In addition to his scholarship, Alan’s life exemplified a commitment to public service,” the university said in a statement. He was married with two children.
The article goes on to state the following:
Krueger served as the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under Obama from 2011 to 2013. In that role, he sought to draw attention to the problem of inequality and promote ways of increasing economic mobility.
He also served in the Clinton administration as an economist for the Labor Department.
Economist Alan Krueger has died at age 58, Princeton University says. pic.twitter.com/M4f6JQWx8E
— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) March 18, 2019
Alan Krueger, Princeton University Professor of Economics and a former Obama adviser, has died at 58, the school says pic.twitter.com/1y4SNDidy9
— TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc) March 18, 2019
We are saddened to share that Professor Alan Krueger passed away over the weekend. A true scholar and public servant, Alan will be deeply missed by the University community: https://t.co/SXYhCXgD9Y pic.twitter.com/2vOtGUOsMn
— Princeton University (@Princeton) March 18, 2019
This is horribly sad news. So much of what my colleagues and I do has been either directly or indirectly inspired by Alan Krueger’s original ideas. https://t.co/u3YiDRTsmQ
— Ezra Golberstein (@EGolberstein) March 18, 2019
Alan Krueger taught me about economic policy for more than two decades. His convincing empirical research on the most important questions is a lasting legacy. A devastating loss. https://t.co/t42wJwGFNF
— Jason Furman (@jasonfurman) March 18, 2019
Alan Krueger helped pioneer the early research showing that minimum wage increases don’t necessarily kill jobs. A giant in labor economics. Will be missed. https://t.co/xUL2bbLjdE
— Jordan Weissmann (@JHWeissmann) March 18, 2019
Alan Krueger was 58. https://t.co/rW2qCIZ7Eo
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) March 18, 2019
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