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Best Committeeforeconomicdevelopment podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic has delivered an unprecedentedly rapid shock to the US economy, sending unemployment rates to levels not seen since the Great Depression. In response, Congress enacted—on a temporary basis—one of the largest Federal expansions of unemployment benefits in US history. With the expiration of some of those changes already approach…
 
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the US labor market is experiencing a shock sharper than any in living memory. While likely understating the number of people at least temporarily sidelined, the official unemployment rate rocketed from close to a 50 year low to its highest level since the Great Depression in a matter of weeks. For black commun…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting many aspects of American life, and its future trajectory is hard to predict. As CED trustees Bob Kueppers and Ron Klein wrote in a recent op-ed, “While we cannot know the state of the pandemic at the time of the November elections, policymakers and election officials must act now to ensure that COVID-19 is neithe…
 
Faced with a public health and economic crisis unlike any in living memory, Congress has enacted trillions of dollars of relief while the Federal Reserve is carrying out unprecedented market interventions. How successful have those efforts been and what more will need to be done in order to minimize harm? How should policymakers proceed given the u…
 
The public sector is scrambling to address the massive public health and economic crisis driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. As policymakers and bureaucrats at all levels of government have sought to ameliorate harm and spur an effective response, the performance of many government programs and systems—in terms of meeting demand for fast changes, incr…
 
As states and communities seek to stem the spread of COVID-19, governors have issued stay-at-home orders for all residents with the exception of essential personnel who must work. Throughout the country, the child care industry—both child care centers and home-based programs— has been significantly impacted as well. Many programs have closed. Some …
 
As states and communities seek to stem the spread of COVID-19, governors have issued stay-at-home orders for all residents with the exception of essential personnel who must work. Throughout the country, the child care industry—both child care centers and home-based programs— has been significantly impacted as well. Many programs have closed. Some …
 
The COVID-19 crisis is posing significant and unprecedented challenges to the US health care system. Health care workers and hospitals are pushed to the brink responding to the pandemic. How can the nation’s response today prepare us for a better health care and public health system in the future? Is there a chance that what we learn today, and the…
 
The United States is dealing with an acute crisis, unique in our recent economy history. In order to address the COVID-19 pandemic, policymakers and business leaders are bringing major elements of everyday life and commerce to a temporary halt. The US economy is almost certainly already in recession. The effects of the pandemic, including the publi…
 
As described in the January 2020 Committee for Economic Development of the Conference Board (CED) policy statement, Boosting Immigration: Harnessing global talent to increase US competitiveness, innovation, and prosperity, the challenges presented by slowing population and labor force growth and an aging populace will require the US to embrace ever…
 
April 1, 2020 is Census Day—Americans responding to the once-in-a-decade count will report where they were living on that day. As the Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board outlined in its policy brief, The 2020 Census: The Importance of an Accurate and Robust Accounting of our Nation’s Population, the census is the primary sour…
 
PNC’s Grow Up Great initiative exemplifies how business can step in and make an educational difference in children’s early years. This year PNC celebrates the 15th anniversary of their Grow Up Great program, a bilingual initiative to help children from birth through age 5 prepare for success in school and in life. In 2004, PNC employees chose early…
 
With workforce and population growth both slowing, the US will need to make full use of its available talent if it is going to remain globally competitive and continue to deliver growing prosperity for American families. To help address this challenge, the Committee for Economic Development of the Conference Board has released a new policy brief, G…
 
Research shows that ­­­early learning (from birth to 5) not only supports children’s success in school, but it also impacts a child’s future earnings, workplace productivity, and has long-term health benefits as well as multi-generational benefits. In this episode, Elanna Yalow, Chief Academic Officer of KinderCare Education, spoke with Bernard Bai…
 
In this episode, Mike Petters, President and CEO of Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), discussed with CED President Bernard Bailey why early childhood education is vital to national security. “Nothing is more important than to ensure that our children will thrive in a rapidly changing world. I don’t just believe early childhood education in Ameri…
 
Despite past and projected rapid growth in computing-related job openings, women continue to be underrepresented in the fields of computing and technology. In the face of increasing global competition, as the US seeks to bolster the strength, skills, and size of its labor force, helping more women to pursue and advance in careers in tech could be a…
 
Hollis Hart is President (Retired), International Franchise Management of Citi and co-author of the book Smart Regulation: Changing Speed Bumps into Guardrails. The book explains how sound bipartisan policy can yield both faster economic growth and greater security for consumers. In this episode, CED host Joseph Minarik, also a co-author of the boo…
 
Michael Archbold is Chief Executive Officer (Retired) of GNC Holdings, Inc. and co-author of the book Smart Regulation: Changing Speed Bumps into Guardrails. The book explains how sound bipartisan policy can yield both faster economic growth and greater security for consumers. In this episode, CED host Joseph Minarik, also a co-author of the book, …
 
What is the “Whole Child” educational approach and what role can business leaders play as a stakeholder in education? This is the focus of discussion in the first episode of CED’s special series about early childhood education. Kai-leé Berke from Teaching Strategies explains that a whole child approach transitions away from a focus on narrowly defi…
 
Ongoing changes in the technological landscape will likely create significant opportunities and new risks for the US economy and be a core feature of international economic competition in the years ahead. How should policymakers seek to frame and understand this challenge? Matthew Shapiro, founder of MacroTessera and a Senior Advisor at Oxford Anal…
 
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