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2012 Fiscal Summit Briefing Book: Fiscal Events, Facts, and Charts
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s fifth annual Fiscal Summit convened thought leaders and policymakers to explore the connection between fiscal health and economic strength and what we can to to promote both.
As the nation edges closer to the fiscal cliff, a group of distinguished defense, economic and foreign policy leaders today issued an urgent call to address the U.S. fiscal situation, identifying our national debt as "the single greatest threat to our national security."
As the United States grapples with a series of complex challenges in an uncertain environment, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation Economic Forum brings together thought leaders and policymakers for in-depth conversations about building a strong economic future for the next generation.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has exposed major U.S. healthcare issues from lack of preparedness to inequities in impact and access, but key lessons can help improve the system going forward, according to two leading experts.
America’s economic rebound from the coronavirus pandemic seems to have begun, depending on location, according to Phillip Swagel, the director of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.
Five students from The University of Texas-Pan American have been awarded first prize in the nationwide 2014 Up to Us campus competition — a five-week challenge that gives a voice to young leaders on fiscal issues.
“The Biden Administration has put forward thoughtful proposals aimed at creating jobs for working- and middle-class families, increasing our global competitiveness, and addressing important national priorities like infrastructure, climate change, and racial equity," said Michael A. Peterson, CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
A panel of experts discussed the potential for a well-designed carbon tax to play a role in putting our nation on a more sustainable ﬁscal path.