Such a long-term investment program should not be put together hastily and lumped in with the anti-recession packageHouse approves stimulus plan Jan 28, 2009
I think we can learn much more about the universe much cheaper from unmanned vehiclesBudget analysts call for NASA cuts Nov 29, 2004
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Much of the contribution of the Internet to productivity growth will arise not from new activities, but simply from faster, cheaper handling of information needed in ordinary business transactions, such as ordering, billing, and getting information to employees, suppliers, and customersDigital Diary: Beyond the Dot-Coms Dec 14, 2001
The Internet and related computer technology should reduce at least part of this problem, assuming that security and authentication issues can be resolvedDigital Diary: Beyond the Dot-Coms Dec 14, 2001
Alice Mitchell Rivlin (born March 4, 1931, in Philadelphia) is an economist, a former U.S. Cabinet official, and an expert on the budget. She was also previously the Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve, and the first Director of the Congressional Budget Office. She is currently on the board of directors of NYSE Euronext, corporate parent of the New York Stock Exchange and Euronext. In early 2010, Rivlin was appointed by President Barack Obama to his National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform.
Rivlin is daughter of the physicist Allan C. G. Mitchell and granddaughter of the astronomer Samuel Alfred Mitchell. She is a member of the Rivlin family.
Rivlin is an alumna of the Madeira School, earned a B.A. at Bryn Mawr College in 1952 and earned a Ph.D. from Radcliffe College in 1958. She has been affiliated several times with the Brookings Institution, including stints in 1957–66, 1969–75, 1983–93, and 1999 to the present. She is currently a visiting professor at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute.