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Board Appoints Technical Panel on Labor Supply to Inform the Trustees' Projections
Posted on: 4/7/2016

The Social Security Advisory Board has appointed members of a Technical Panel to examine future trends in labor supply, a key factor in the Trustees projections of revenues and expenditures of the Social Security programs. Robert A. Moffitt, Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University and former editor of the American Economic Review, will chair the panel. The other members include: Gary Burtless, John C. and Nancy D. Whitehead Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution; Chinhui Juhn, Henry Graham Professor of Economics at the University of Houston; Kevin M. Murphy, George J. Stigler Distinguished Service Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, winner of a MacArthur Prize and the John Bates Clark Medal; and  Kathleen McGarry, Professor of Economics at UCLA.


Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods Issues Report on Improving Social Security Projections
Posted on: 9/27/2015
The Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods, appointed by the Social Security Advisory Board to review the projections of the financial status of the Social Security programs has issued its final report.