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Report to the Board: 2003 Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods

October 21, 2003

Every four years the Social Security Advisory Board commissions a panel of expert economists, demographers and actuaries to review the assumptions of the Social Security Trustees and the methods of the Office of the Chief Actuary used in projecting the finances of the Old Age Survivors and Disability Insurance (OASDI) trust funds. The 2003 Panel was the second such panel commissioned by the Social Security Advisory Board. The views contained in the report are those of the Panel.

 

 

Key Documents

Members of the Panel

Robert L. Clark (Chair), Professor, Departments of Business Management and Economics, North Carolina State University
Katharine G. Abraham, Professor, Joint Program in Survey Methodology, University of Maryland, and former Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Richard V. Burkhauser, Professor and Chair of the Department of Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University
Robert J. Gordon, Stanley G. Harris Professor of the Social Sciences, Department of Economics, Northwestern University
Stephen G. Kellison, Consultant and former Public Trustee of the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds
Anna M. Rappaport, Principal, Mercer Human Resource Consulting
Kevin J. Stiroh, Research Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
John R. Wilmoth, Associate Professor and Graduate Advisory, Department of Demography, University of California at Berkeley