Analysis: Race for Fed chairmanship heats up

08/5/2013 | Barron's (free content)

Janet Yellen, vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, and Larry Summers, a well-known economist, are joined by late dark-horse candidate Donald Kohn, former vice chairman of the central bank, as the three most likely candidates to succeed Ben Bernanke as chairman. Each has a unique professional background and would bring a different attitude toward running the central bank, and each has been backed by various prominent figures.

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