Purdue University President Mitch Daniels is in Washington D.C. Monday and Tuesday discussing the labor market and budget policy in the digital age. He will be part of events that will also involve Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and former ABC News White House correspondent Ann Compton.
The Markle Foundation’s "A Labor Market for the Digital Age: Pathways & Opportunities" Monday will involve foundation President Zoë Baird, Hickenlooper and Daniels and be moderated by Aspen Institute Chief Executive Officer Walter Isaacson. It will focus on the connections between large-scale economic and technological transformation. Daniels serves as honorary co-chair of the Aspen Institute’s Future of Work Initiative.
A session during the Mortimer Caplin Conference focusing on fiscal issues facing the next president will take place Tuesday. "Lessons from History – Budget Policy in the First Year" will be moderated by Compton and feature Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Alice Rivlin and Daniels.
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