Hiram Johnson Center for the Public Interest

Hiram Johnson Center for the Public Interest The Center is a public policy think tank and briefing center that seeks to restore accountability and financial stability to government.

Hiram Johnson was a United States Senator and Governor of California, and perhaps most importantly the leader of the progressive reform movement in California to reform government to make it more responsive to the people in the early 1900s. In the spirit of Hiram Johnson, the Hiram Johnson Center for the Public Interest is a think tank and briefing center on important public policy and government reform issues. It is operated by the Kersten Institute for Governance & Public Policy.

12/02/2016
Stanford University’s Pension Tracker Pegs Total California Pe...

Stanford University’s Pension Tracker Pegs Total California Pension Debt at $1 trillion or $93,000 Per California Household in 2015, Up 19% from 2014

by David Kersten

Stanford University’s pension tracker database pegs the market value of California’s total pension debt at $1 trillion or $93,000 per California household in 2015. (see SIEPR video above for a quick summary of the database and how to use it)

Just one year ago, in 2014, California’s total pension debt was calculated at $77,700 per household, but has increased dramatically in response to abysmal investment returns at California’s public pension funds that hover at or below zero percent annual returns.

The Pension Tracker database (www.pensiontracker.org) is maintained by the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) and is intended to help localize pension data by providing the ability to look up the market value of pension debt in any locality in California.

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12/02/2016
Stanford University’s Pension Tracker Pegs Total California Pension Debt at $1 trillion or $93,000 Per California Household in 2015, Up 19% from 2014

Introduction to Pension Tracker 11_26_16-Up to 4K from David Kersten on Vimeo. by David Kersten Stanford University’s pension tracker database pegs the market value of California’s total pension debt at $1 trillion or $93,000 per California household in 2015. (see SIEPR video above for a quick summary of the database and how to use it) Just one year ago, in 2014, California’s total pension debt was calculated at $77,700 per household, but has increased dramatically in response to abysmal investment returns at California’s public pension funds that hover at or below zero percent annual returns. [ 294 more words ]

http://www.insolventfilm.com/stanford-universitys-pension-tracker-pegs-total-california-pension-debt-at-1-trillion-or-93000-per-california-household-in-2015-up-19-from-2014/

Introduction to Pension Tracker 11_26_16-Up to 4K from David Kersten on Vimeo. by David Kersten Stanford University’s pension tracker database pegs the market value of California’s total pension de…

11/20/2016

Hiram Johnson Center for the Public Interest

11/20/2016

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