WASHINGTON - President-elect Barack Obama will rely on a board of external advisers to both contribute to and oversee the development of the economic recovery proposals his administration plans to introduce immediately after his inauguration in January, he announced Wednesday.

The so-called President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board will be chaired by Paul A. Volcker, who was chairman of the Federal Reserve Board between 1979 and 1987.

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