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Report to the Board: 2007 Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods

October 22, 2007

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 2007 Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods was the third such panel commissioned by the Board.



Key Documents

Members of the Panel

Dan L. Crippen (Chair), Director, Congressional Budget Office, 1999-2003
Mary C. Daly, Vice President, Applied Microeconomic Research and Regional Development, Director, Center for the Study of Innovation and Productivity, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Robert J. Gordon, Stanley G. Harris Professor of the Social Sciences, Department of Economics, Northwestern University
William Hsiao, K.T. Li Professor of Economics, Department of Health Policy and Management, Program in Health Care Financing Harvard School of Public Health
Steve Lieberman, Partner, The Moran Company
Deborah J. Lucas, Donald C. Clark/Household International Distinguished Professor of Finance, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Jeffrey S. Passel, Senior Research Associate, Pew Hispanic Center
Beth Soldo, Director, Population Aging Research Center; Distinguished Senior Scholar, Sociology, Research Associate, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania
P.J. Eric Stallard, Research Professor and Associate Director for Management and Planning, Center for Demographic Studies, Duke University
Shripad Tuljapurkar, Morrison Professor of Population Studies and Professor of Biological Sciences, Stanford University

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