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Alaska’s Fiscal Future Forum Presentations

Below are the videos and slides from the presentations and panels from Alaska’s Fiscal Future forum held on Saturday, October 4th, 2014. These are in agenda order. Links to slides are included next to their author.

Introduction to Alaska’s Fiscal System

  • Gunnar Knapp, Director and Professor of Economics, Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER)

An Introduction to Alaska’s Fiscal System from videoworks on Vimeo.

Alaska State Revenues: Overview, History and Projections

Alaska State Expenditures

Alaska State Expenditures from videoworks on Vimeo.

Alaska State Expenditures and Savings Accounts – Overview, History, and Projections Panel Discussion

  • Discussants: Dan Dickinson, CPA and former Director of Tax, Alaska Department of Revenue; Mark Foster, Chief Financial Officer, Anchorage School District
  • Alaska’s Fiscal Future

Alaska State Expenditures and Savings Accounts – Overview, History, and Projections Panel Discussion from videoworks on Vimeo.

Alaska’s Fiscal Challenge

Alaska’s Fiscal Challenge from videoworks on Vimeo.

Perspectives on Alaska’s Operating Budget Drivers, Obligations, Needs, and Wants

  • Panelists: Mark Foster; Brad Keithley, Founder, Alaskans for Sustainable Budgets; Jim Duncan, Executive Director, Alaska State Employees Association; Sandra Heffern, former owner/operator of Ready Care; Becca Bernard, Co-Founder, Great Alaska Schools
  • Moderator: Steve Mac Donald, veteran Alaska Broadcaster

Perspectives on Alaska’s Operating Budget Drivers, Obligations, Needs, and Wants from videoworks on Vimeo.

Fiscal Implications of the Gasline/LNG Export Project

  • Mike Pawlowski, Deputy Commissioner of Revenue for Strategic Finance Alaska LNG Fiscal Implications and Potential Cash Flows
  • Discussant: Dan Dickinson
  • Moderator: Larry Persily, Federal Coordinator for an Alaska North Slope Natural Gas Pipeline and former Deputy Commissioner, Alaska Department of Revenue

Fiscal Implications of the Gasline LNG Export Project from videoworks on Vimeo.

Fiscal Implications of Other Major Capital Projects

  • Panelists: Gene Therriault, Deputy Director, Statewide Energy Policy Development, Alaska Energy Authority; Jamie Kenworthy, co-manager of small investment fund and former Executive Director, Alaska Science and Technology Foundation; Gregg Erickson, Editor-at-Large, Alaska Budget Report
  • Moderator: Gunnar Knapp

Fiscal Implications of Other Major Capital Projects 2 from videoworks on Vimeo.

The Permanent Fund and Alaska’s Fiscal Future

  • Panelists: Scott Goldsmith; Gregg Erickson, Editor-at-Large, Alaska Budget Report; John Havelock; former Alaska Attorney General
  • Moderator: Steve Mac Donald

The Permanent Fund and Alaska’s Fiscal Future from videoworks on Vimeo.

Implications of State Fiscal Choices

  • Panelists: Steve Colt, Professor of Economics, ISER Local and State Fiscal Connections; Scott Goldsmith; Mark Foster; Caroline Schultz, Economist, Alaska Department of Labor
  • Moderator: Gunnar Knapp

Implications of State Fiscal Choices from videoworks on Vimeo.

The Politics of Alaska’s Fiscal Future

  • Panelists: Eric Wohlforth, former Alaska Commissioner of Revenue and former Chair, Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation Board of Trustees; Larry Persily, Andrew Halcro, President, Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and former Alaska State Representative
  • Moderator: Cliff Groh

The Politics of Alaska’s Fiscal Future from videoworks on Vimeo.

Alaska Fiscal Solutions Panel

  • Panelists: Brad Keithley; Dan Dickinson; Pat Galvin, former Commissioner, Alaska Department of Revenue Imposing Fiscal Stability in Alaska; Larry Persily; Gregg Erickson
  • Moderator: Steve Mac Donald

Alaska Fiscal Solutions Panel from videoworks on Vimeo.

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