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Forum:
Working Toward Retirement Security:
Policies to Help Extend the Working Life of Older Americans


January 18, 2008

Sponsored by the Social Security Advisory Board and the University of Illinois Center for Business and Public Policy

 

Session 1: Removing Barriers to and Providing Incentives for Longer Work Lives

Presenters:

Alicia Munnell

Drucker Professor of Management Sciences and Director of the Center for Retirement Research, Boston College
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John Shoven

Schwab Professor of Economics, Stanford University and Director of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
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Eugene Steuerle

Senior Fellow, Urban Institute
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Session 2: International, Federal, and State Perspectives


Presenters:

Keith Brainard

Research Director, National Association of State Retirement Administrators
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Thomas Dowd

Administrator, Office of Policy Development and Research, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor

John Martin

Director, Employment, Labor and Social Affairs, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
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Session 3: Employer and Employee Perpspectives

Presenters:

Cynthia Donohoe

Vice President, Benefits, BAE Systems, Inc.
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Kevin Mahoney

Associate Director, Human Capital Leadership and Merit System Accountability Division, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
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Gerald Shea

Assistant to the President for Governmental Affairs, AFL-CIO
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Keynote Speaker

Edward P. Lazear

Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers
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