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Overview: the National Academy of Social Insurance and AARP hosted a day-long exploration of bold new ideas in Social Security policy. A diverse range of policy experts described and debated their innovative ideas, many of which have never before been discussed in a public forum. Ideas presented include those selected in AARP’s Policy Innovation Challenge as well as other ideas from retirement security experts.
Policy Innovation Challenge: Social Security Adequacy and Solvency
In 2016, AARP launched its Innovation Challenge to identify policy solutions to strengthen Social Security. Learn more about these solutions by visiting: www.aarp.org/socialsecuritypolicy
Session 1: Retirement Security in an Era of Increasing and Disparate Longevity
Moderator: Mark Miller, Retirement Columnist, Reuters
Session 2: Improving Benefits for Low-Lifetime Earners
Moderator: Jason Fichtner, Senior Research Fellow, Mercatus Center at George Mason University
Luncheon Keynote: Peter Diamond, Institute Professor Emeritus, MIT, “The Future of Social Security.”
Session 3: Providing retirement security to caregivers and to workers in a changing workforce
Moderator: Kilolo Kijakazi, Institute Fellow, Urban Institute
Session 4: Ensuring Adequate Revenue for Social Security
Moderator: Kathryn Edwards, Associate Economist, RAND Corporation
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