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On June 3, 2021, the JPMorgan Chase Institute hosted a Data Dialogue on 100 Days In: Reflecting on the Impact of COVID Policies and Looking Ahead at Continued Household Supports. The virtual engagement convened a group of experts to discuss the impact of COVID-19 policies on household financial outcomes, what we’ve seen through research and data, particularly with household social safety net supports, and the work that lies ahead. The panel included Fiona Greig, Co-President of the JPMC Institute, Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach, Director of the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University; William Spriggs, Professor of Economics at Howard University & Chief Economist at AFL-CIO; Michael Strain, Director of Economic Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute.
Chris Wheat, Co-President of the JPMC Institute, moderated the discussion and highlighted the unprecedented events of the past year, noting the Institute’s pivot to COVID-19 research over the past 15 months and a joint publication with the JPMorgan Chase Policy Center, The First 100 Days and Beyond, which describes data-driven policy proposals to support inclusive economic recovery and equitable long-term growth.
We are grateful to the panelists for their expert insights and perspectives and look forward to continued engagement around these issues.