UCLA faculty experts advisory: Sequestration and the economy
By UCLA Newsroom February 25, 2013 Category: Academics & Faculty
If a deal is not reached in Congress by March 1, sequestration — a series of automatic cuts to government agencies totaling $1.2 trillion over 10 years — could have a major impact on many areas of the national and California economies. UCLA has experts.
Lee Ohanian, professor of economics, is an expert on macroeconomic theory and policy, business cycles and growth, and the stock market and financial markets.
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David Shulman is a senior economist with the UCLA Anderson Forecast, comments regularly on the local, national and international economies.
Shulman can be reached directly at 908-295-6121 or by contacting Elise Anderson at 310-206-7707 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daniel J.B. Mitchell, professor emeritus at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and distinguished professor of public policy at the UCLA School of Public Affairs, comments regularly on California's economy. He teaches courses on California policy issues and has written extensively about lessons drawn from the state's boom-and-bust budget cycles.
Mark Peterson, professor of public policy and political science, specializes in presidential politics and how the interactions among the presidency, Congress and interest groups affect domestic policy.
Franklin D. Gilliam Jr.,dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and a professor of political science and public policy, studies national and local politics, racial and ethnic politics, the mass media, and electoral behavior.
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