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Pension reform and economic theory

a non-orthodox analysis

by Sergio Cesaratto

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Published by Edward Elgar Publishing in Northampton, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Old age pensions -- Finance.,
  • Pensions -- Finance.,
  • Aging -- Economic aspects.,
  • Social security -- Economic aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSergio Cesaratto.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD7105.3 .C47 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3424734M
    ISBN 101840643641
    LC Control Number2005047775

    Mandatory pension systems are a worldwide phenomenon. Many need reform. This book, a summary of a longer book, sets out an extensive but nontechnical explanation of the economics of pension design. The book recognizes the multiple objectives of pension plans: consumption smoothing, insurance, poverty relief, and redistribution. Analysis includes discussion of labor markets, capital markets. Book Reviews Pension Reform and Economic Theory. A Non-Orthodox Analysis, Sergio Cesaratto Bas van Groezen Requires Subscription PDF Published Issue Vol Number 2: June Section Book Reviews Information. For Readers For Authors Author: Bas van Groezen.

      Last week I testified before the Pennsylvania General Assembly on their pension reform efforts. In my testimony I covered the valuation problem. While the state reports an unfunded liability of $ billion. I calculate it is $ billion. Like many other state and local pension systems, the mis-valuation problem caused Pennsylvania lawmakers to undertake a [ ]. "Pension Reform and Economic Theory: A Non-Orthodox Analysis. By Sergio Cesaratto. By Sergio Cesaratto. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., , ISBN Â 1Â Â Â 0, pages," Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, Cambridge University Press, vol. 6(3), pages , November.

    principles for pension design rooted in economic theory: pension systems have multiple objectives, analysis should consider the pension system as a whole, analysis should be framed in a second-best context, different systems share risks differently, and systems . According to economic theory, the selection of a discount rate should be guided by considering the risk and timing of plan payments. A public sector pension represents a promise on the part of the government to pay an employee a certain sum upon retirement, on a monthly basis, until their death, based on the employee’s years of service, a.


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Stephen Kay is the coordinator of Latin America analysis in the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Research Department and coordinator of the Bank's Americas Center. His articles on pension reform in Latin America have appeared in Comparative Politics, Economic Review, Foreign Policy, the Journal of Aging and Social Policy, the Journal of European Social Policy, the Journal of Inter-American 5/5(5).

system in the early s. Ever since reform, Chile enjoyed positive economic performance with steady GDP growth and an increased savings rate.

Many, including the World Bank, concluded that there is a causal relationship between Chilean-style pension reform and economic performance. In fact, the World Bank started promoting a (partial). How Congress Can Help State Pension Reform. Josh Barro Summer O ver the past three years, 43 states have enacted some sort of major pension reform.

The immediate cause for these measures has been the economic slowdown, which has drained state coffers and left public-employee pensions precariously underfunded. Combined with the longer-term. Pension Reform Handbook: A Starter Guide for Reformers By Lance Christensen and Adrian Moore Preface Reason Foundation, a nonprofit (c)(3) policy research organization, created the Pension Reform Project to both advocate for reform and assist policymakers in implementing necessary changes in state and local public pension Size: 3MB.

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Prepared by Philippe Karam, Dirk Muir, Joana Pereira, Special thanks to the Economic Modeling Unit of the Research and projected pension spending and provide a short review and assessment of public pension reform measures based on theory and existing studies. Pension Reform and Economic Theory: A Non-orthodox Analysis.

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Mandatory pensions are a worldwide phenomenon. However, with fixed contribution rates, monthly benefits, and retirement ages, pension systems are not consistent with three long-run trends: declining mortality, declining fertility, and earlier retirement.

Many systems need reform. This book gives an extensive nontechnical explanation of the economics of pension design. Theoretical and policy perspectives on the taxation of pension, viewed in an international context.

Policy makers and academic researchers have been preoccupied in recent decades with the design of pension schemes and effective pension system reform. Relatively little attention has been given to the taxation of pensions and, more broadly, the provision of retirement income.

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Inthe World Bank published a seminal book on pension reform, entitled Averting the Old Age Crisis. The book noted that "myths abound in discussions of old age security."1 This paper, prepared for a World Bank conference that will revisit pension reform issues five years after the publication of Averting the Old Age Crisis.Rethinking pension reform / Franco Modigliani, it dawned on me that we could take a few liberties with economic theory to create.

the book by August 1,as the work had dragged on for. On similarities and differences of Latin America's reformed pension systems along a number of specific rules and issues, see especially Stephen Kay and Barbara Kritzer, “Social Security in Latin America: Recent Reforms and Challenges,” Economic Review (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) 86 (first quarter ); Devesa-Carpio, Jose and Vidal Cited by: