2014 TIAA Paul A. Samuelson Award Ceremony
The TIAA Paul A. Samuelson Award For Outstanding Scholarly Writing On Lifelong Financial Security, named in honor of the Nobel Prize-winning economist and former CREF Trustee, recognizes economic research that promotes Americans’ financial well-being. Since first being presented in 2000, the Samuelson Award has become the premier acknowledgement of excellence in research on financial security.
The TIAA Institute presented the 2014 Paul A. Samuelson Award to C. Eugene Steuerle, the Richard B. Fisher Chair at the Urban Institute, for his book Dead Men Ruling: How to Restore Fiscal Freedom and Rescue Our Future, which explores ways to advance economic security by bringing new resources to our government.
The award was presented at the Allied Social Science Association annual meeting, January 3, 2015.