Mark J. Warshawsky

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More of low-income workers’ compensation going toward their health benefits and less ending up in their pockets.

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A review and critique of the new book by Thomas Piketty, Capital in the Twenty-First Century.

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Mark Warshawsky and David Littell discuss chapters of Warshawsky’s book “Retirement Income: Risks and Strategies“. 

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Can Medicaid be counted on to cover long-term care expenses today and into the future? Has Medicaid crowded out the market for private long-term care insurance? And what new financing approaches could effectively protect Americans from the potentially ruinous costs of long-term care? Please join us for a lively discussion featuring experts representing both sides of this debate.

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Detroit city workers and retirees carry signs protesting against cuts in their city pensions and health care benefits during a protest against the city's municipal bankruptcy filing, outside the Federal courthouse in Detroit, Michigan October 23, 2013.

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America has recently experienced a wave of municipal bankruptcies significantly fueled by underfunded pension and retiree health obligations to retired city workers, including policemen, firemen and teachers

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The perception that Medicaid only serves the poor is not accurate, and it distracts from a looming budgetary threat to the program: long-term care.

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AEI adjunct scholar Mark Warshawsky’s remarks on reforming America’s system of long-term services and supports for the elderly.

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Mark Warshawsky, Vice-Chair of the Federal Commission on Long-Term Care, discusses the commission’s proposed reforms to America’s system of long term services and supports.

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