Chicago’s pension funding crisis is a century in the making. 5 grad students could change that.

By Rob Kozlowski Source: Pensions & Investments A team of five University of Chicago graduate students won a Harris School of Public Policy competition with a proposal of nine initiatives designed to save the city of Chicago between $200 million and $400 million a year to shore up its woefully underfunded pension funds. The team of graduate students — Syed Ahmad, Anthony Beaupre, Liam Gluck, James Karsten and Greg Rudd — was awarded the $10,000 first prize in the [...]