Peter Orszag has co-written and edited several books throughout his career, including the following...
Moneyball for Government (Disuption Books 2014), by Kelly Ayotte, Mark Warner, Glenn Hubbard, Gene Sperling, Melody Barnes, John Bridgeland, Kevin Madden, Howard Wolfson , Jim Nussle, Peter Orszag.
With the help of data and analysis from a variety of political thinkers across the country, Moneyball for Government presents an achievable vision for the country from a refreshing perspective.
Protecting the Homeland 2006/2007 (Brookings Institution Press, 2006), with Michael d’Arcy, Michael O’Hanlon, Jeremy Shapiro, James Steinberg.
Discusses effectiveness of homeland security, and provides policy ideas regarding areas that still need improvement to keep Americans safe from terrorist attacks.
Aging Gracefully: Ideas to Improve Retirement Security in America (Century Foundation Press, 2006), with William G. Gale, J. Mark Iwry.
This collection of essays addresses retirement trends in the United States and puts forth ideas to enable Americans to develop higher levels of retirement savings.
Protecting the American Homeland: One Year On (Brookings Institution Press, 2003), with Ivo Daalder, Mac Destler, David Gunter, James M. Lindsay, Robert Litan, Michael O’Hanlon, James Steinberg.
This book discusses improvements that were made after the September 11th terrorist attacks, and also provides ideas about how to increase protection of Americans.
American Economic Policy in the 1990s (MIT Press, 2002), co-edited with Jeffrey A. Frankel
This book discusses the successes of economic policy during the 1990s, as there was a growing surplus, and explores what policy could be put forth to improve the current economy.
Saving Social Security: A Balanced Approach (Brookings Institution Press, 2004), with Peter A. Diamond.
This book discusses how to save Social Security for the future.
Protecting the American Homeland: A Preliminary Analysis (Brookings Institution Press, 2002), with Ivo Daalder, Mac Destler, David Gunter, Robert Litan, Michael O’Hanlon, James Steinberg.
Written shortly after the September 11th terrorist attacks, this book analyzes how homeland security could improve to protect the safety of Americans against future offenses.