Warren Mosler (born September 18, 1949) is an American economist, president and founder of Mosler Automotive, and co-founder of the Center for Full Employment And Price Stability at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He briefly ran for President of the United Statesas a member of the Democratic Party in the 2012 election before dropping out to run for U.S. Senate.
Mosler spent his early life in Manchester, Connecticut and was initially employed in Hartford before moving to New York City to work onWall Street. In 1982, he began a hedge fund, which by the 1990s was largely turned over to his partners. Later, he relocated to the U.S. Virgin Islands to participate in a government-sponsored economic growth initiative.
In February 2009, Mosler declared his candidacy with the Federal Elections Commission to run for the office of President of The United States as an independent. In April 2010, he withdrew to run in the United States Senate election in Connecticut, 2010, briefly as a Democrat, but ultimately as an independent. In the final tally he received 0.98% of the vote.
In addition, Robinson hosts a weekly radio program entitled Follow the Money Weekly, an hour long radio show dedicated to deciphering the week’s top economic and financial news. Robinson has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs, including FoxNews, to discuss global economic topics.
Robinson is also the best-selling author of the book, “Bankruptcy of Our Nation: 21 Income Streams, P.A.C.E. Investing, and More.” (New Leaf Press, 2012) Recently, Robinson has been quoted by USA Today and other news agencies on the topic of the economy, and his columns have appeared regularly in numerous print and web publications, including WorldNetDaily, Townhall, and FinancialSense.
Robinson has spoken on the topics of money and economics around the globe, including the United States, Israel, Turkey, and Greece. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with Honors from the University of Tulsa. He has taught a course in macroeconomics at the college level. In addition, Robinson is also the Editor-in-Chief of the popular economic newsletter, Follow the Money Quarterly. He resides in Texas with his beautiful wife.