Chase is joined on the show by Global Aging Institute President and Founder, Richard Jackson, and Concord Coalition Executive Director, Bob Bixby, for a conversation regarding a joint effort between Concord and GAI on a quarterly issue-brief series called “The Shape of Things to Come," exploring the fiscal, economic, social and geopolitical implications of the aging of America. This week, they discuss the second paper in that series, "The Case for Longer Work Lives."
Finally, A Debt Limit Deal. Can We Avoid the Crisis Next Time?
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The Nexus of Trust in Government, Fiscal Policy and Economics
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The Economic and Federal Budget Impact of Climate Change
The Biden Fiscal Year 2024 Federal Budget Proposal in Colors
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Viewing the 10-Year Federal Budget Outlook Through the Healthcare Lens
Congressional Budget Office Breaks Down Their Latest 10-year Budget Outlook
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