@Issue: Making Sense of Fiscal Chaos
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  Kellogg’s Public-Private Initiative, in collaboration with the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center of Washington, D.C., presents @Issue, a conversation on current policy topics.

A trifecta of fiscal uncertainty—a possible government shutdown, the threat of a default due to the debt ceiling, and an unknown course for tax reform— looms on the horizon this fall. Congress recently passed a ten-week short-term extension of government funding and debt ceiling relief, so there is now a common deadline in early December. This deadline, coupled with the promise of a major tax reform, puts fiscal issues at the forefront of this fall's business and policy agenda.

On Thursday, September 28, former senior officials and experts on fiscal issues will discuss the prospects for the fiscal landscape—focusing on potential resolutions and impact on the economy.

Questions? Please contact Sheila Duran.

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Making Sense of Fiscal Chaos
September 28, 2017
12:15–1:15 p.m.
Kellogg Global Hub Classroom TBA
Jan Eberly
James R. and Helen D. Russell Professor of Finance, Kellogg; former Assistant Secretary and Chief Economist at the U.S. Treasury

Ben Harris
Visiting Associate Professor, Kellogg; former chief economist and economic adviser to VP Joseph Biden
Donald Marron
Tax Policy Center Institute Fellow; former Acting Director of the Congressional Budget Office
Gene Steuerle
Tax Policy Center Institute Fellow and Richard B. Fisher Chair; former deputy assistant secretary of the US Department of the Treasury for Tax Analysis
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