Urban Fiscal Stability and Public Pensions: Sustainability Going Forward

Source: University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Urban Research, November 11, 2014

On Nov. 11, Penn IUR hosted a dynamic discussion with leading practitioners and researchers on the complex fiscal issues facing cities, focusing on the legacy issues of the funding of pensions, and looking forward to strategies that support financial sustainability.

Speakers included Robert Inman, Richard King Mellon Professor of Finance, Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy, Professor of Real Estate, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; Mathew McCubbins, Professor of Law and Political Science, Duke Law; Amy Monahan, Julius E. Davis Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School; Joshua Rauh, Professor of Finance, Stanford Graduate School of Business and Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University; Richard Ravitch, former Lieutenant Governor of New York; and James Spiotto, Managing Director, Chapman Strategic Advisors LLC; and Marcia Van Wagner, Vice President/Senior Credit Office, States Team, Moody’s Investors Service. Panels will be moderated by Olivia Mitchell, Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy and Executive Director of the Pension Research Council, The Wharton School; and Robin Prunty, Managing Director, Standard & Poor’s Public Finance Ratings. This event was co-sponsored by Next City and made possible with support from Melanie and Lawrence C. Nussdorf. …

Urban Fiscal Stability and Public Pensions: Sustainability Going Forward (Part 1)

Urban Fiscal Stability and Public Pensions: Sustainability Going Forward (Part 2)