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Senate Budget Committee Hearing with Sarah Anderson: Assessing Inequality, Mobility, and Opportunity
February 8, 2012
Washington DC – The Senate Budget Committee will hold a hearing on Thursday, 10 AM in Room SD-608 to consider: Assessing Inequality, Mobility, and Opportunity. Testifying will be Sarah Anderson, director of the Global Economy Program at the Institute for Policy Studies and coordinator of IPS’s annual Executive Excess report, which examines the wage gap between CEOs and workers, as well as other issues and indicators of inequality.
Dr. Jared Bernstein, Senior Fellow, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Dr. Heather Boushey, Senior Economist, Center for American Progress
Ms. Sarah Anderson, Global Economy Project Director, Institute for Policy Studies
Dr. Mark J. Warshawsky, Member, Social Security Advisory Board
Dr. Scott Winship, Fellow, Center on Children and Families, Brookings Institute
Additional Witnesses TBA
By order of the Chairman
Mary Ann Naylor,
Majority Staff Director
Minority Staff Director
Individuals planning to attend a Senate Budget Committee hearing or meeting who require an auxiliary aid or service should contact the Committee at (202) 224-0642 at least three business days in advance. Closed captioning for webcast hearings is also available on request.
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