Loren Adler joined the Bipartisan Policy Center's Debt Reduction Task Force in March 2010. He graduated from Wesleyan University in May 2007 with a BA in Mathematical Economics and spent the summer after his junior year at Goldman Sachs. After college, he instead chose to join NERA Economic Consulting in Boston, where he performed economic analysis for antitrust and regulation cases. Most recently, he worked at Bairexport, an NGO in Buenos Aires, Argentina, helping to find new export markets for small and medium sized Argentine companies.
Read Adler's blog posts here.
- How The House's Unprecedented Debt Ceiling Bill Could Make The Next Round Much Easier
Business Insider, January 29, 2013
- Everything You Need To Know About the Economy in 2012, in 34 Charts
The Atlantic, December 20, 2012
- Reagan’s Workers Are Romney’s 47 Percent ‘Takers’
Bloomberg Businessweek, September 19, 2012
- Mitt Romney's Tax Plan Is Still a Mathematical Failure
The Atlantic, April 16, 2012
- Medicare has a drug problem
The Washington Post, October 28, 2011
- Could the debt-ceiling debate return before the election?
The Washington Post, September 2, 2011
- The Myth of Obama's Big Spending
The Daily Beast, February 8, 2011
Staff, Economic Policy Project