Here is a conversation about mergers and acquisitions with Advisory Council member Roger Altman on Bloomberg TV http://bloom.bg/1mVnB2W
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Advisory Council member Peter Orszag’s latest Bloomberg column explores his belief that the U.S.should embrace economic and political failure as a necessary price of growth.
In “A Memo to Obama,” The Economist looks at work by The Hamilton Project on social mobility in the U.S.
But employment was 12 percentage points higher among people who moved than people who didn’t, according to a Hamilton Project study covering 2005 to 2008. Michael Strain of the American Enterprise Institute recommends cash assistance for those who move if a new job is at least a two-hour drive away.
New column from Advisory Council member Peter Orszag on reforming U.S. medical malpractice laws.
Advisory Council member Larry Summers Q&A with USA Today.
“…USA TODAY economics reporter Paul Davidson spoke Monday with [Larry Summers], who was attending the annual economic policy conference of the National Association for Business Economics. Here's what he had to say…”
Advisory Council member Larry Summers comments on the progress of the U.S. economy since the financial crisis.
The Daily Tarheel looks at The Hamilton Project's Thirteen Economic Facts about Social Mobility and Role of Education on the growing income divide of college attendance.
“…A study by the Hamilton Project, which is part of the Brookings Institution, showed an uneven income divide between attendance at community colleges, competitive universities and most-competitive schools…”
New York Times feature on Advisory Council member David Rubenstein.
In a new Bloomberg column, Advisory Council member Peter Orszag looks at the decline in health care employment and explores what this means for the broader economy.
The Economist looks at research by Melissa Kearney and Hamilton Project authors David Autor and Larry Katz on the polarization of employment and wages.
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