Paul Solman

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Paul Solman
Born 1944
Nationality United States
Institution Yale University,
Yale Young Global Scholars
Field Economics, Journalism, Business
Alma mater Brandeis University,
Harvard Business School

Paul Solman (born 1944) has been a business, economics and occasional art correspondent for the PBS NewsHour since 1985.[1] He began his career in business journalism as a Nieman Fellow, studying at the Harvard Business School. Later, he was the founding editor of the alternative Boston weekly The Real Paper. He has won multiple Emmys, two Peabody’s, and a Loeb award. Solman also was a teacher at the Harvard Business School from 1985-1987. Recently, in 2007, he became a faculty member at Yale University’s International Security Studies.[2] But probably his most important teaching job has been lecturing for many years at the Yale Young Global Scholars program. A program that devotes itself to educating the next generation of leaders for the United States. Solman appeared in a series of companion videos to the textbook Macroeconomics by Campbell McConnell.

Personal life[edit]

Paul Solman’s father Joseph Solman was a painter and founder of the The Ten art movement.

References[edit]

  1. ^ PBS. "Paul Solman PBS Author" Retrieved on 13 July 2014.
  2. ^ Yale IIS. "Yale International Security Studies Faculty and Staff" Retrieved on 13 July 2014.