Brookings webinar: "A Comparative Perspective on Policies to Support Single-Parent Families," December 2022
Aspen Institute McCloskey Speaker Series, "Is the US Headed for Stagflation?," August 2022
National Academies of Sciences panel on "The Impact of COVID-19 on Birth Rates: Considerations for Planning and Policy Webinar," June 6, 2022.
SIEPR 2022 summit, Federal Spending Panel, March 4, 2022
University of Wisconsin Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP), Tax Policy for Low Income Americans, August 27, 2021
American Economic Institute, Poverty in the Wake of the Pandemic-Induced Recession, July 2020
Brookings Webinar. June 2020.
AEI Webinar. June 2020.
Aspen Ideas Festival 2019, “A Path Forward on Economic Prosperity,” Aspen, CO June 2019.
Federal Reserve Community Development Research Conference, “ Emerging Labor Market and Education Trends Reshaping Pathways to the Middle Class” May 2019
Hurst lecture series, “Creating Economic Opportunity for More Americans,” Aspen, CO. Aug 2018.
Aspen Ideas Festival 2016, “Inclusive Capitalism,” Aspen CO June 2016.
American Economic Institute, “Improving Economic Opportunity in America,” March 2017, discussion of work by Raj Chetty.
Kearney, Melissa. U.S. Congressional Testimony, Joint Economic Committee, “Income Inequality in the United States,” January 16, 2014.
WBGH Innovation Hub, How To End Child Poverty With Social Security?, February 2021.
Freakonomics, How Much Do We Really Care About Children, (Ep. 447) Jan 2021.
Econochats, Child Poverty in the United States, September 2020.
Morning Brew, Business Casual, How a Birth Bust Could Bust the Economy , September 2020.
Brookings Cafeteria, How Cultural Factors Affect Children's Economic Outcomes , July 2020.
WBGH Innovation Hub, Baby Boom or Baby Bust?, June 2020.
Freakonomics, Does 'Early Education' Come Way Too Late?, Feb 2018.
Freakonomics, The Fracking Boom, a Baby Boom, and the Retreat From Marriage, July 2017.
Freakonomics, ,Is America Ready for a No Lose Lottery?, November 2017.
Brookings Cafeteria, ,Why the Poorest Kids Quit High School, March 2016.