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245 10 Social security and Medicare :|bindividual versus
collective risk and responsibility /|cSheila Burke, Eric
Kingson, Uwe Reinhardt, editors
260 Washington D.C. :|bNational Academy of Social Insurance,
300 xiii, 232 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm
500 Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the
National Academy of Social Insurance, held in Washington,
D.C., on Jan. 28-29, 1999
504 Includes bibliographical references and index
505 0 Introduction / Karen Matherlee -- Bridging past and
present: choice and social insurance / Robert D.
Reischauer -- Why we have social insurance: history and
social security reform / Edward D. Berkowitz. Comment by
Robert M. Ball: old arguments and new. Comment by Janice
M. Gregory: employers' view -- Individual choice versus
shared responsibility: debate on social insurance reform /
Stuart Butler and Theodore Marmor -- How people make
decisions: costs and benefits of health- and retirement-
related choice / George F. Loewenstein. Comment by James
Lubalin: choosing health insurance. Comment by Mark J.
Warshawsky: choosing retirement plans. Comment by Fredda
Vladeck: learning from workers and retirees
505 0 Regulating reforms: view from the Securities Exchange
Commission / Paul R. Carey. Comment by William A.
Niskanen: regulatory implications. Comment by Kathleen
Sebelius: state insurance perspective -- Policy
implementation, predictions, and expectations: preserve,
protect, and improve--not dismantle / Edward M. Kennedy.
Searching for solutions / John Breaux. Legislating reforms
for Social Security and Medicare / Bill Thomas. Creating a
solid framework for retirement security / Kenneth Apfel.
Keeping Medicare strong for the next generation / Nancy
Ann Deparle. Comment by Sharon Canner: Bipartisan reform.
Comment by John Rother: preparing for the long term.
Comment by David Smith: dealing with the big questions
505 0 International perspectives on health policy reform:
thoughts on the political economy of sharing / Uwe
Reinhardt -- How public opinion affects reform: is Social
Security reform ready for the American public? / Benjamin
I. Page. Comment by William Spriggs: the public's stake in
Social Security reform. Comment by Bill Gradison: polls,
politics, and Social Security reform. Comment by Beth
Kobliner: Generation X, Social Security, and public
590 EAS: PH
650 0 Social security|zUnited States|vCongresses
650 0 Medicare|vCongresses
700 1 Burke, Sheila P
700 1 Kingson, Eric R
700 1 Reinhardt, Uwe E
710 2 National Academy of Social Insurance (U.S.).|bConference
|n(11th :|d1999 :|cWashington, D.C.)