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Report to the Board: 2011 Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods

October 22, 2011

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 2011 Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods was the fourth such panel commissioned by the Board.

 

 

Key Documents

Members of the Panel

Brigitte C. Madrian (Chair), Aetna Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University
Janet Barr, Associate Actuary, Employee Benefits, Milliman
John Bongaarts, Vice President and Distinguished Scholar, Population Council
Mark Duggan, Professor of Business and Public Policy, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Melissa Favreault, Senior Fellow, The Urban Institute
Tim Marnell, Actuary, Tim Marnell, Actuarial & Benefits Consulting LLC
S. Philip Morgan, Professor of Sociology and Norb F. Schaefer Professor of International Studies, Duke University
John Sabelhaus, Chief, Microeconomic Surveys Section, Division of Research and Statistics, Federal Reserve Board
Andrew Samwick, Sandra and Arthur Irving Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College
Karen A. Woodrow-Lafield, Research Professor and Faculty Associate, Maryland Population Research Center, University of Maryland

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