The Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy convened two invitation-only roundtable discussions focused on constructive criticism of CBO scoring: one on health issues, and one on credit programs and risk more broadly.
|The Scoring of Major Health Reform||
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|Credit Scoring and the Scoring of Risk||Download the background paper »
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Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics - Harvard University
Senior Vice President - Bipartisan Policy Center
Senior Fellow - Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
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The political point is that each side of this conflict has their own narrative about the status of the Gaza Strip and Israel’s role. The argument is not whether this is a border. The argument is whether Israel is occupying Gaza.