11/14/13: NEC w/Michael Horrigan, Bureau of Labor Statistics

  • 14 Nov 2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Chinatown Garden Restaurant 618 H St NW

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Mike Horrigan

Michael Horrigan

Associate Commissioner for Prices and Living Conditions

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

“The Chained CPI and Its Impact on Social Security”

There is a tremendous amount of policy interest in the potential use of the chained CPI-U for cost of living adjustments to various social programs, including social security.  This statistical / survey methodology talk is intended to provide the audience with a thorough background on and understanding of the building blocks of the CPI-U, the CPI-W, the chained CPI-U as well as the much discussed experimental CPI for the elderly (CPI-E).    How social security payments are adjusted using the CPI-W is presented as well as how social security payments would have varied in the past using alternative indexes for cost-of-living adjustments.  Finally, the challenge of constructing a production ready non-experimental CPI for a demographic group such as the elderly is discussed.

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