Bob Rubin was a businessman given the task of construction and operation of the National Economic Council for the Clinton administration. Unfamiliar with the management in a political climate, Rubin worked hard to design, staff, and meet the Council’s position to better economic and political decisions. Traces the career of Robert E. Rubin from his law practice, his work at Goldman Sachs and studies, such as his work he finds ready to establish the National Economic Council.

Bob Rubin was a businessman given the task of construction and operation of the National Economic Council for the Clinton administration. Unfamiliar with the management in a political climate, Rubin worked hard to design, staff, and meet the Council’s position to better economic and political decisions. Traces the career of Robert E. Rubin from his law practice, his work at Goldman Sachs and studies, such as his work he finds ready to establish the National Economic Council.
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Robert Steven Kaplan,
Nitin Nohria,
Nicole Davison
Source: Harvard Business School
23 pages.
Publication Date: Jan 28, 2007. Prod #: 407064-PDF-ENG
Robert E. Rubin (A) HBR case solution

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