Frontiers in Pension Finance

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Dirk Broeders, Sylvester C. W. Eijffinger, Aerdt C. F. J. Houben
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
In this fresh and valuable volume, experts from across the world provide guidance on pension design, risk management, and governance that is urgently needed in this rapidly changing pension environment. Aging populations are putting pressure on pay-as-you
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
xvi
1 An introduction to frontiers in pension finance
1
2 Are market values fair?
8
3 The intersection of pensions and enterprise risk management
23
4 The victory of hope over angst? Funding asset allocation and risk taking in German public sector pension reform
51
5 Labour productivity in an aging society
83
critical issues in the design of defined contribution pension plans
99
a review of international experience and preliminary assessment of the first outcomes
165
9 Pension guarantees capital adequacy and international risk sharing
243
institutional innovation in the Netherlands
258
11 Population aging financial markets and monetary policy
293
The importance of transparency and governance
308
The future direction of pension reform?
311
The supervision of pension funds in Europe
314
Challenges for pension policies
316
Index
319

theory and practice
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