Please join us for a meeting of the Savings and Retirement Foundation with guest speakers Stephen Rose And Karen E. Smith on "How Same Sex Marriage Affect Retirement Income and Government Budgets"
They will discuss their new paper on using DYNASIM to estimate the impact of legal same-sex marriage on retirement income and government budgets. Tuesday, November 15, 2016 Noon-1:00 p.m. RSVP Location: Tax Foundation 1350 G Street #950 Washington D.C. (Lunch will be provided)
Dr. Stephen J. Rose is a Research Professor at the George Washington Institute of Public Policy and a nationally-recognized labor economist who has been doing innovative research and writing about the interactions between formal education, training, career movements, incomes, and earnings for the last 35 years.
Karen Smith is a senior fellow in the Income and Benefits Policy Center at the Urban Institute, where she is an internationally recognized expert in microsimulation. Over the past 30 years, she has developed microsimulation models for evaluating Social Security, pensions, taxation, wealth and savings, labor supply, charitable giving, health expenditure, student aid, and welfare reform.
Stephen Rose Research Professor GW Institute of Public Policy
I am a Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, where my work focuses on Social Security policy. Previously I held several positions within the Social Security Administration, including Deputy Commissioner for Policy and principal Deputy Commissioner. Prior to that I was a Social Security Analyst at the Cato Institute. In 2005 I worked on Social Security reform at the White House National Economic Council, and in 2001 I was on the staff of the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security. My Bachelor's degree is from the Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland. I have Master's degrees from Cambridge University and the University of London and a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science. I can be contacted at andrew.biggs @ aei.org.