Boettner Professor; Professor of Business and Public Policy\r\n\r\n\r\nEDUCATION: 1995 Ph.D. Economics, Harvard University \r\n1992 M.A. Economics, Harvard University \r\n\r\n1990 B.S. Computer Science, Ohio State University \r\n\r\n1990 B.S. Economics, Ohio State University \r\n\r\n \r\nPublications \r\nKent Smetters, S. Nishiyama (2007), Does Privatizing Social Security Increase Efficiency?, Quarterly Journal of Economics, (4): 1677 - 1720 \r\nKent Smetters, Jagadeesh Gokhale (2007), Do the Markets Care about the $2.4 Trillion U.S. Deficit?, Financial Analysts Journal, Volume 63, Number 2: 37 - 47 \r\n\r\n \r\nCurrent Research \r\nKent Smetters, Julia Li 2011, Optimal Portfolio Choice with Wage-Indexed Social Security \r\nKent Smetters, Walter Theseira 2011, A Matter of Trust: Understanding Worldwide Public Pension Conversions \r\nKent Smetters, Ying Chen 2009, Optimal Portfolio Choice over the Life Cycle with Social Security \r\nKent Smetters, Shinichi Nishiyama 2009, Richardian Equivalence Under Asymmetric Information \r\nKent Smetters, Walter Theseira 2009, A Matter of Trust: Understanding Worldwide Public Pension Conversions \r\n
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