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|Title:||Do You Get What You Pay For? Financial Incentives in Public Policy: Part 1|
||Presented by MDRC, Center for an Urban Future, NYU Wagner, and NYU Wagner's Economic and Finance Association Join us for a half-day forum to present the latest innovations in the use of financial incentives in social and health policy, much of it being pioneered right here in New York City. We will take lessons learned from local examples and elsewhere and assess their applicability to policymakers at the city and state level, with a particular emphasis on providing new ideas to the relatively new gubernatorial administrations in New York, New Jersey and Conneticut. We will assess what has been learned about incentives over the past decades of wide experimentation and propose concrete reform ideas for the next generation of policy development â€” within the context of the â€œnew normalâ€ of budgetary constraints. Keynote Speakers: Welcome: Ellen Schall, Dean, NYU Wagner School Overview: Gordon Berlin, President, MDRC Moderator: Jonathan Bowles, Executive Director, Center for an Urban Future Panel 1: Can Incentives Alleviate Poverty? Panelists: Richard Buery, President and CEO, Childrenâ€™s Aid Society James Riccio, Director, MDRCâ€™s Low-Wage Workers and Communities Policy Area Dan Rosenbaum, Senior Economist, federal Office of Management and Budget Veronica White, Executive Director, NYC Center for Economic Opportunity Tina Rosenberg, New York Times, moderator|
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