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Besides being frequently invited to appear on television, Peter Orszag was the 2010 commencement speaker at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he was also awarded an honorary degree. In 2011, the Mosbacher Institute at Texas A&M University awarded him the first Mosbacher Institute Good Governance Award for his leadership at the Office of Management and Budget during a time of intense economic struggle for the nation. At that time, he also delivered the ConocoPhillips White House Lecture at Texas A&M University.
Orszag has additionally written and contributed to several books focusing on a range of topics regarding American politics, including American Economic Policy in the 1990s, Aging Gracefully: Ideas to Improve Retirment Security in America, and Saving Social Security: A Balanced Approach.
Peter Orszag regularly participates in events such as the annual Milken Institute Global Conference and the Aspen Institute’s Ideas Festival. Besides such events, Peter is invited to speaking engagements to discuss topics such as:
Navigating the Economic Horizon – Orszag discusses the complex challenges facing the world economy and how its major players wrangle legislative policies designed to overcome them.
Reforming America’s Healthcare – Orszag identifies the important fiscal goals of healthcare reform and the controversial decisions of governance that have to be made in order to achieve them.
The Most Debated Issues of the Country, and How They Affect You – Orszag outlines how major debates play out in Washington, showing how they affect not only the country, but your company’s bottom line and your financial security.