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Every day is like that, eight successive meetings on eight different topics, every one really important and interesting. ---->>>

I have young kids. The fiscal burden that will be imposed on them is going to depend primarily on whether we tackle this looming problem in our health care system - with rising costs that don't seem, by the way, to be necessarily associated with higher quality. That is the key burden that they will face. ---->>>

There've been times where I wondered whether it was worth continuing in my own education. ---->>>

The fact of the matter is right now politicians and insurance companies are making decisions. We're saying we want doctors to be making decisions. And I think that will lead to a higher-quality, lower-cost system over time. ---->>>

It is a foregone opportunity that we could have a trillion dollars more of income for the United States if we were producing at capacity rather than falling so far short of it. ---->>>

Total borrowing has imploded. Private borrowing has collapsed. And, in effect, the Treasury Department is the last borrower left standing. ---->>>

For example, I was privileged to be working at the White House under the Clinton administration and had not finished my Ph.D., and I thought I was the cat's meow. ---->>>

The most important thing for small businesses is getting the economy back on its feet. That - the key driver of small business activity is demand for their product, and that is what we are trying to do, getting the economy back on its feet. That's far more important than other factors. ---->>>

My mom is a very warm, typical sort of Jewish-mother type. And my dad has a somewhat, um, different personality. ---->>>

Social Security faces a long-term actuarial deficit, yes. ---->>>

Well, a deficit reflects an imbalance between spending and revenue, and so narrowing it requires acting on one, the other or both. ---->>>

Well, I think what we need to remember is that budget deficits can impede economic activity. ---->>>

Defense spending as a share of the economy dropped significantly during the early 1990s, and that was one of the things, along with other policy changes, that put us back on the path to a balanced budget. ---->>>

Biography

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Nationality: American
Born: 12-16, 1968
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Occupation: Economist
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Peter Richard Orszag (; born December 16, 1968) is an American banker and economist, and a Vice Chairman of investment banking and Managing Director at Lazard, where he also serves as Global Co-Head of Healthcare. He is also a columnist at Bloomberg View and a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution (wikipedia)