Author, former White House director of economic policy
Todd Buchholz is a former White House director of economic policy, serving under President George H. Bush from 1989 to 1992.
Following his work at the White House, Mr. Buchholz served as a managing director of the Tiger Management hedge fund. Before joining Tiger in 1996, Buchholz was President of the G7 Group, Inc., an international consulting firm. He is also the Co-Founder of Enso Capital Management, LLC.
He is a frequent commentator on ABC News, PBS and CBS. He recently hosted his own special on CNBC.
Buchholz is a contributing editor at Worth magazine, where he writes the "Global Markets" column. He has also contributed articles to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Reader’s Digest.
Mr. Buchholz won the Allyn Young Teaching Prize at Harvard — and holds advanced degrees in economics and law from Cambridge and Harvard. He also holds several engineering and design patents.
Mr. Buchholz is the author of numerous books, including “Market Shock: Nine Economic and Social Upheavals that Will Shake Our Financial Future,” “New Ideas from Dead Economists” and “From Here To Economy.” His newest book is “Bringing the Jobs Home: How the Left Created the Outsourcing Crisis — and How We Can Fix It.”