The economics of pensions : principles, policies, and international experience / edited by Salvador Valdés-Prieto.

Contributor(s): Valdés Prieto, Salvador
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997Description: xii, 377 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0521552303 (hardcover); 9780521552301Subject(s): Old age pensionsDDC classification: 331.252 LOC classification: HD7105 | .E28 1997Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents | WorldCat Details
Contents:
Table of contents Insulation of pensions from political risk / Peter Diamond --Democracy and pensions in Chile: experience with two systems / Oscar Godoy and Salvador Valdés-Prieto -- Public pension governance and performance / Olivia S. Mitchell and Ping-Lung Hsin -- Pension reform and growth / Giancarlo Corsetti and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel -- Transitions in the presence of credit constraints / Rodrigo Cifuentes and Salvador Valdés-Prieto --Financing a pension reform toward private funded pensions / Salvador Valdés-Prieto -- Pension funds, capital controls, and macroeconomic stability / Helmut Reisen and John Williamson -- Are there (good) macroeconomic reasons for limiting external investments by pension funds?: the Chilean experience / Juan Andrés Fontaine. Pension choices and pensions policy in the United Kingdom / David Blake -- Mandatory retirement saving: Australia and Malaysia compared / Hazel Bateman and John Piggott -- Public pension plans in international perspective: problems, reforms, and research issues / Estelle James.
Summary: Summary: The significant store of knowledge about publicly regulated pensions for old age has grown even more rapidly in the past decade. This book explores current research in four critical areas of pension policy: the political design of pension institutions; the iron links between fiscal deficits, private savings, and pension reform; how macroeconomic policy should be conducted after large private pension funds have
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Table of contents Insulation of pensions from political risk / Peter Diamond --Democracy and pensions in Chile: experience with two systems / Oscar Godoy and Salvador Valdés-Prieto --
Public pension governance and performance / Olivia S. Mitchell and Ping-Lung Hsin --
Pension reform and growth / Giancarlo Corsetti and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel --
Transitions in the presence of credit constraints / Rodrigo Cifuentes and Salvador Valdés-Prieto --Financing a pension reform toward private funded pensions / Salvador Valdés-Prieto --
Pension funds, capital controls, and macroeconomic stability / Helmut Reisen and John Williamson --
Are there (good) macroeconomic reasons for limiting external investments by pension funds?: the Chilean experience / Juan Andrés Fontaine. Pension choices and pensions policy in the United Kingdom / David Blake --
Mandatory retirement saving: Australia and Malaysia compared / Hazel Bateman and John Piggott --
Public pension plans in international perspective: problems, reforms, and research issues / Estelle James.

Summary:
The significant store of knowledge about publicly regulated pensions for old age has grown even more rapidly in the past decade. This book explores current research in four critical areas of pension policy: the political design of pension institutions; the iron links between fiscal deficits, private savings, and pension reform; how macroeconomic policy should be conducted after large private pension funds have

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