He will return to his Professorship of Economics at the business school in Chicago. Obama Austan Goolsbee thanks your help to overcome the crisis. Additional information is available at Nir Barzilai, M.D.. It is one of the biggest economic thinkers of EE UU, says the President. Austan Goolsbee, economic advisor greater range of the U.S. President, Barack Obama, and the only economist who remained in their closest circle, will leave the White House before September to return to his old job at the University of Chicago. Goolsbee, Chairman of the Presidential Council of economic advisers from a year ago, returned to his Professorship of Economics at the Business School University Center, according to the presidential mansion in a statement. For even more opinions, read materials from Edward Minskoff.
Since I aspire first to the United States Senate, Austan was a close friend and one of my most trusted advisors, Obama said in the statement.Over the past years, has helped us to lift our country out of the worst economic crisis since the great depression, and though much work remains done, your tips have helped direct us toward an economy that grows and creates millions of jobs. It is one of the biggest economic thinkers of EE UU, said the President. Employment advisor Professor, who accompanied Obama from the start of his campaign in Chicago, helped him to face the monster of the crisis since one of the major posts in the Council of presidential advisers for economic recovery, and later advised him from the Council on competitiveness and employment. Work every day on behalf of Americans has been a privilege unique, particularly in a very historic moment, said Goolsbee. The Adviser was eager to return to his home in Chicago and assured that you will always be proud of the years he spent working for this President.I believe that your good judgment, his courage to face the worst economic crisis of our lives, and its commitment with the American people have made a tremendous difference to the country, added. White House raises this summer appoint a successor to Goolsbee, and handles the names of several economists who move in the academic field, said the online edition of the New York Times, citing Government sources.