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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Academy Briefs Chinese Delegation on U.S. Social Insurance System

On Tuesday, November 7, the Academy hosted an educational forum for 30 members of a delegation of government officials from the Guangdong Province of China. The officials, representing various departments within the provincial government, were participants of Georgetown University’s Global Education Institute, which provides an executive program for Chinese provincial civil servants. Academy members and staff provided an overview of four key areas of the American system of social insurance.

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Considerations for Policymakers in the Design of Paid Family and Medical Leave Systems

Benjamin W. Veghte, Vice President for Policy, National Academy of Social Insurance

Alexandra L. Bradley, Health Policy Analyst, National Academy of Social Insurance

As states work on the development of new paid family and medical leave systems, they face critical design choices with respect to system architecture, funding, and administration. With regard to system architecture, the main choices are between a social insurance approach and an employer mandate, although there are gradations between the two. In a social insurance approach, risk and resources are pooled broadly across virtually all workers in a state. In an employer mandate system, employers are required to offer insurance to their workers but can either self-insure, purchase insurance from a private carrier, or participate in a state fund, if one exists in their state.

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Monday, February 6, 2017

Building on the Family and Medical Leave Act 24 Years On

Alexandra L. Bradley, National Academy of Social Insurance

Benjamin W. Veghte, National Academy of Social Insurance

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Life Interrupted: The Struggles and Triumphs of Millennial Family Caregivers

Jean Accius, Vice President, Long-Term Services & Supports and Livable Communities Group, AARP Public Policy Institute

We know the clichés for Millennials. And, for that matter, younger adults of any generation.

Or maybe they’re more assumptions, images we conjure in our heads: a younger person getting out of school, hopefully entering the workforce, and enjoying a nice social life of friends and possibly dating, pastimes (exercise, ballgames, music, etc.), maybe even some trips to exciting destinations.

Life is simple as a young adult. Life is mostly about “me.”

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Friday, September 14, 2018

Bringing social insurance topics to your classroom with resources from the Academy

Renée M. Landers

Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School, and Board Vice Chair and Distinguished Visiting Fellow, National Academy of Social Insurance