Noted Economist to Discuss Economic Impact of Covid-19 at Fasano Conference
Noted economist and fiscal policy expert, Eugene Steuerle, will discuss The Implications of Covid-19 for the Economy and Government Policy at the 2020 Fasano Life Settlement & Longevity Conference on Monday, November 2nd.
Dr. Steuerle is a Fellow at the Urban Institute and Co-Chair of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center. He has published widely on budget, finance and public policy issues and previously served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy at the U.S. Department of Treasury.
His talk at the Fasano Conference will cover the interrelated pressures of the Covid-19 pandemic & recession, unsustainable growth in debt, and the anticipated Social Security & Medicare collapse. These pressures will hurt young, working families, people of color, and will limit opportunity for all.
Said Mike Fasano, President of Fasano Associates: “Researchers have understandably focused on the medical impact of Covid-19; but the economic impact has and will be equally important to our society. Gene’s analysis is eye-opening, but it is important that we face the harsh economic reality that will affect us for years to come.”
The Fasano Conference is a time efficient, one-day event that covers the most current and relevant topics affecting the longevity markets, and has been favored by the investment and financial community. This year the Conference will be delivered in virtual format, value priced at $195.