Webinar on findings of new report on economic security

Wednesday, June 15 | 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. ET

Economic Security for the 21st Century

Inspired by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1934 Committee on Economic Security, the National Academy of Social Insurance formed the Economic Security Study Panel in October of 2019.  

The Panel’s aim was to research and document the extent of contemporary economic insecurity in the United States then assess a range of policy options that have been proposed to better assure income to households. Their findings will be released in a new Academy report, Economic Security for the 21st Century.

Join members of that Study Panel and stakeholders for a virtual discussion on: 

  • The four pillars of economic security – Labor Policy, Benefit Policy, Protection Policy, and Equity Policy; 

  • How each pillar encompasses an essential aspect of a well-functioning economic infrastructure; and 

  • The policy options stakeholder communities identify as their top priorities. 

(View the recording of the event.)




Suzanne Adely

Co-Director, Food Chain Workers Alliance 





Joshua Arce

President, Partnership with Native Americans 





Alix Gould-Werth

Director of Family Economic Security Policy, Washington Center for Equitable Growth 





Renée Landers

Chair of the Board of Directors and Professor of Law, Suffolk University





Andy Stern

Senior Fellow, Economic Security Project





Kathryn Monet

Chief Executive Officer, National Coalition for the Homeless 





June 15th, 2022 from  4:00 PM to  5:30 PM
Topics Social Security, Long-Term Care, Disability, Unemployment Insurance, Workforce Issues and Employee Benefits, Poverty and Income Assistance
Contact Name Griffin Murphy
Contact Email gmurphy@nasi.org