The theft of a decade: How the infant boomers stole the millennials’ financial future
Millennials complain that the job market has by no means totally labored for them, that they’re crushed by pupil debt, and that paying for his or her mother and father’ old-age entitlement advantages will bankrupt them. However are these complaints justified? Joseph C. Sternberg weighs on this debate in his new ebook on millennials within the post-2008 financial system — and finds that child boomers have mortgaged their youngsters’s future to pay for their very own financial comforts.
Please be part of AEI for a dialogue with Mr. Sternberg and an professional panel on his new ebook, “The Theft of a Decade: How the Child Boomers Stole the Millennials’ Financial Future” (Public Affairs, 2019).
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Welcome and introduction:
Ryan Streeter, AEI
Joseph Sternberg, The Wall Road Journal
Ramesh Ponnuru, AEI
Joseph Sternberg, The Wall Road Journal
Conor Williams, Century Basis
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Ramesh Ponnuru is a visiting fellow at AEI, the place he examines the way forward for conservatism with explicit consideration to well being care, financial coverage, and constitutionalism. He’s additionally a senior editor for Nationwide Evaluate, the place he has coated nationwide politics and public coverage for 18 years, and is a columnist for Bloomberg View. A prolific author, he’s the creator of a monograph about Japanese industrial coverage and a ebook about American politics and the sanctity of human life.
Joseph Sternberg is a member of the editorial board of The Wall Road Journal, the place he writes the Political Economics column. He joined The Wall Road Journal in 2006 as an editorial author in Hong Kong, the place he edited the Enterprise Asia column. He additionally has been a author and editor at The New York Solar and The Public Curiosity.
Ryan Streeter is the director of home coverage research at AEI, the place he oversees analysis in schooling, American citizenship, politics, public opinion, and social and cultural research. Earlier than becoming a member of AEI, he was government director of the Heart for Politics and Governance on the College of Texas at Austin. Dr. Streeter has had a distinguished profession in authorities service, which incorporates being deputy chief of workers for coverage for Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, particular assistant for home coverage to President George W. Bush on the White Home, and coverage adviser to Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith. Outdoors of presidency, he has served as a senior fellow on the Legatum Institute and as a analysis fellow on the Hudson Institute. He’s the creator of “Reworking Charity: Towards a Outcomes-Oriented Social Sector” (Hudson Institute, 2001); the editor of “Faith and the Public Sq. within the 21st Century” (Hudson Institute, 2001); the coauthor of “The Soul of Civil Society: Voluntary Associations and the Public Worth of Ethical Habits” (Lexington Books, 2002); and a contributor to the Stephen Goldsmith ebook “Placing Religion in Neighborhoods: Making Cities Work By means of Grassroots Citizenship” (Hudson Institute, 2002). Along with his many tv and radio appearances, which embody BBC Information, CNBC, and Fox Information, Dr. Streeter’s articles have been broadly revealed in retailers together with Nationwide Evaluate, The Wall Road Journal, The Weekly Normal, and The Washington Submit. He has a Ph.D. in political philosophy from Emory College, an M.A. from Northern Illinois College, and a B.A. from the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.
Conor Williams is a fellow on the Century Basis, the place he writes about schooling, immigration, early schooling, faculty selection, and work-life steadiness challenges for American households. He’s an professional on American academic inequity, English learner college students, twin immersion packages, city schooling reform, and the historical past of progressivism.