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Dr. Robert Goodman

Joe HollisDr. Robert Goodman (Economics 1965 and 1970) retired as an Economic Consultant for Putnam Investments. He was a member of Putnam’s Business Advisory Group, a panel of experts on economic, business and personal financial topics. He also serves as a consultant and Putnam spokesperson before broker, financial service industry, and business groups, and makes extensive media appearances including newspaper, radio, and television interviews. He appears frequently on CNN and is a regular guest host on CNBC’s Squawk Box.

Dr. Goodman is the author of the popular book, Independently Wealthy – How to Build Financial Security in the New Economic Era, published by John Wiley & Company.



Michigan State University Department of Economics