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Report to the Board: 1999 Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods

September 22, 1999

Every four years the Social Security Advisory Board commissions a panel of expert economists, demographers and actuaries to review the assumptions and methods used by the Social Security Trustees and the Office of the Chief Actuary to project the finances of the Old Age Survivors and Disability Insurance (OASDI) trust funds. The 1999 Panel was the first such panel commissioned by the Board. The views expressed in the report are exclusively those of the Technical Panel.

 

 

Key Documents

Members of the Panel

Eugene Steuerle (Chair), Senior Fellow, The Urban Institute
Andrew Abel, Professor of Finance and Economics, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Barry Bosworth, Senior Fellow, Economics Studies Department, The Brookings Institution
Edward Frees, Professor of Business, University of Wisconsin (Fellow, Society of Actuaries)
Ronald Lee, Professor of Demography and Economics, University of California at Berkeley
Deborah Lucas, Professor of Finance, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
David McKusick, Senior Actuary, Actuarial Research Corporation (Fellow, Society of Actuaries)
Martha F. Riche, President, Martha Farnsworth Riche and Associates
John Rust, Professor of Economics, Yale University
Andrew Samwick, Assistant Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College
Timothy M. Smeeding, Director and Professor of Economics and Public Administration, Center for Policy Research, Syracuse University
Michael Sze, Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, University of Michigan (Fellow, Society of Actuaries)