social security

Showing 1 - 15 of 15 results

Stevenson provides lessons, advice for 118th Congress

Feb 6, 2023
As the 118th Congress begins, Americans’ trust in Congress and government is at an all-time low. Economist Betsey Stevenson lends her expertise to members of Congress in a new article for the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. First, Stevenson says,...
In the Media

Levy discusses inflation effects on retirees

Mar 21, 2022 The Washington Post
As prices rise, retirees living on a fixed income are left anxious and worried. Helen Levy, research professor at the Institute for Social Research, discussed why pandemic policies, like expanding the Child Tax Credit and unemployment benefits,...

Stevenson named to the National Academy of Social Insurance

Jan 12, 2022
Recognizing her outstanding contributions to social insurance and related policy areas, the National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) has approved the election of Betsey Stevenson, professor of public policy and economics, to the Academy. She is...
In the Media

Weiss weighs in on tracking death records

Aug 10, 2021 Bloomberg
Tracking American deaths remains a messy business, even while millions of COVID stimulus dollars were sent to the deceased. A law signed by President Trump allows Social Security to collect death records from states and encourages states to submit...
State & Hill

The Power of Policy

Dec 17, 2014
Public policy is a principled guide to action, designed to lead to the greater good. As we celebrate our centennial as America’s first graduate-level training program in public administration, we take a moment to reflect on the powerful role policy...

Obama EO on student loan relief doesn't go far enough

Jun 16, 2014
In her Economic View "Finding Shock Absorbers for Student Debt," published June 15 in the Sunday business section of The New York Times, Susan Dynarski explains why President Obama's recent executive order aimed at easing the debt burden for...

Social Security's $147 billion problem

Nov 15, 2021, 7:00 pm EST
1120 Weill Hall (Annenberg Auditorium)
Join the Public Affairs Professional Association and learn how Social Security works and discuss solutions to one of the federal government's biggest challenges.
Ford School

Debating Social Security Reform

Sep 29, 2005, 3:30-4:30 pm EDT
University of Michigan
As the Debate on Social Security reform goes forward the focus on private accounts remains at its forefront. We invite you to join the discussion with: Keynote Speaker: Edward Gramlich Edward Gramlich is the Interim Provost at U-M and the Richard A. Musgrave Professor at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.
Ford School

Debating Social Security reform panel

Sep 29, 2005 3:43:02

Keynote speaker Edward Gramlich, and panelist Henry Aaron, Olivia Mitchell, Robert Willis and chair Darren Lubotsky debate Social Security reform. September, 2005.