Corporate Retirement Security: Social and Ethical Issues

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Robert Kolb
Wiley, Feb 4, 2009 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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This volume collects the contributions of a number of diverse and distinguished scholars to reflect upon the topic of corporate retirement security in the United States.

  • Contributes to the public policy debate concerning the securing of sufficient retirement funds
  • Reflects the present discussions and disagreements about the most fundamental aspects of the employment relationship
  • Organized into three sections, this volume focuses on ethical issues in pension plan structure, pension plan changes, and investing in pension plan funds
  • Includes a thorough and orienting introduction to the subject

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Robert W. Kolb holds the Frank W. Considine Chair in Applied Ethics at Loyola University Chicago. He was formerly Assistant Dean for Business and Society (2003–2006) at the University of Colorado, and John S. and James L. Knight Professor of Finance at the University of Miami. He is author and co-author of numerous texts in finance, including Futures, Options, and Swaps, 5e (with James A. Overdahl, Blackwell, 2007) and Understanding Futures Markets, 6e (with James A. Overdahl, Blackwell, 2006).

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