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and russell carlson professor and is the past chair of the cea under george w. bush. finally we have our moderator michael peterson who is ceo and president of the peterson foundation and it is long-time supporters. we are delighted to have you again here. over do you. thank you. >> thank you. >> we have a great panel that will be focused on fiscal policy. as part of our roel we need to find common ground. for those with questions, fill them out and send them up and we'll save time at the end. i would like to start by looking at our -- it is down from the heights of the great recession. they are on path to steadily increase. so what's your perspective and how -- what's the right timetable to ask? >> it's a great question and obviously the fisz kal situation is not good. we know that we know what the underlying drivers are. i think the administration should be rightly focused first on raising growth. the president has, i think quite successfully reset expect tagtss about growth. he and the congress have to deliver a set of policies that will do that. i will see that as coming first. i
and economics of the columbia business school, and is a past chair of the cea under george w. bush. and finally we have our moderator michael peterson who is the ceo and president of the peterson foundation. michael oversees a strategy for the foundation, and look at the key fiscal policy challenges that we all face, michael and the foundation are longtime supporters and backers of nabe, and we're delighted to have you again michael. so over to you. >> okay, thank you. [applause] spin the peterson foundation had to be back at nabe egg and this year and with a great panel double focusing on fiscal policy. as part of a role at the foundation would like to contain different perspectives and find common ground. we will see if we can find some areas of the greatest debate among his top economist. just a reminder, if you have questions please fill out and we will save time at the end. we've heard about trade and monetary policy this morning. i'd like to start i just look at our general fiscal outlook. deficits are then substantially from what they were at the height of the great recessio
and is the past chair for the cea under george w. bush. finally we have our moderator michael peterson who is ceo and president of peterson foundation. michael ever see strategy for the foundation in looking at the key fiscal policy challenges of that we all they. michael and the foundation or longtime supporters and backers nabe and we are delighted to have you back here. thank you, michael. we are proud to be back this year. we have a great panel to focus on fiscal policy and is part of our role, we like to convene different perspectives and try to find common ground. just a reminder for those of you who have questions, please send them out and we will say some time at the end. i would like to start by just looking at our general fiscal outlook. there -- we will reach a billion-dollar deficits by 2023. over the long-term, significant levels of debt have a share of the economy in the long term. what is your perspective on this outlook? how urgent is that we need to deal with it. >> there is a great discussion. the fiscal situation facing the united states over the long run is
, past chair of the cea under george w. bush. and finally, we have our moderator, michael peterson, president and coo of peterson foundation. michael oversees strategy for the foundation and looking at the key fiscal policy challenges that we all face. michael and the foundation are longtime supporters and backers of nabe, and we're delighted to have you hereby michael, so over -- here, mike billion, so over to you. >> thank you. [applause] well, the peterson foundation's very proud to be back again this year, and we have a great panel that'll be focused on fiscal policy, and as part of our role at the foundation, we like to find common ground, so we'll see if we can find some areas of agreement between these top economists. we've heard about trade and monetary policy this morning. i'd like to start by just looking at our general fiscal outlook. deficits are down, however, they're on path to steadily increase. over the long term, obviously, significant levels of that as a share of the economy over the long term. glenn, what's your perspective on this outlook, how urgent is it that
, dean and economics at columbia business school and the past chair of the cba under george w. bush. finally, our moderate -- moderator who is ceo and president of the peterson ambition. michael oversees stratus he -- strategy for the foundation and looking at the key fiscal policy challenges that we all face. michael and the foundation are longtime supporters and back -- backers and we are delighted to have you. over to you, michael. michael: thank you. the peer found -- peterson foundation is very proud to be back at nabe and we have a great panel where we focus on fiscal policy. we like to find common ground and will see if we can find some areas of agreement. just a reminder for those of you s, we will getion to them at the end. we heard about trade policy this morning, i want to start by looking at our fiscal outlook. there -- they are on path to increase. we will reach 20 -- trillion dollar deficits again by 2020. so, glenn, let me start with you. what is your perspective on this outlook, how urgent is it and what is the right timetable back? glenn: with respect to a timetable
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