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The 10 People Most Likely to Influence the Economic Policy of a President Biden

Baron Public Affairs’ list includes Gene Sperling, Heather Boushey, and Jason Furman.

The fight for the soul of the Democratic Party is reflected in the diversity of the 10 people who have the most influence on economic policy in the circle surrounding Joe Biden, says a new analysis by the political-risk advisory firm Baron Public Affairs.

Disagreements among influencers, combined with Biden’s non-ideological approach, “would make the first several months an intense contest to set direction on key initiatives” if the former vice president wins the presidential election, Jonathan Baron, the Washington-based advisory firm’s founder, wrote in an email.