Lessons on the Federal Stimulus
2011 -
SCEPA Seminar Series


Larian Angelo, Deputy Director of the NYC Office of Management and Budget, gave a lecture entitled "Lessons on the Federal Stimulus: How it Worked for State and Local Government & Implications for the Future," as part of a lecture series on economic recovery sponsored by SCEPA and the Economics Department.

May 3, 2011
4:00pm - 6:00pm
6 East 16th Street, Wolff Conference Room (1103)
New York, NY

Larian Angelo entered public service in 1990 as the first chief economist for the New York City Council. She became Deputy Director for Revenue and was the Council's Finance Director until 2006. During her tenure at the Council she created the Council's first econometric forecasting model and secured passage of the City's Earned Income Tax Credit. She also initiated a partnership between the City's science-oriented cultural institutions and the Department of Education to create the Urban Advantage program, an experiential learning program for science education. In April 2006 she became Deputy Director at the Mayor's Office of Management and Budget where her responsibilities include education, intergovernmental issues and community boards.

Prior to her work with the New York City Council she was the research director for the United Electrical Radio and Machine workers union. She received her PhD. In economics from the New School for Social Research (1990) and has published in on labor market issues in New York City and regional economic development in the American South.