Table of contents for The future of multi-pillar pensions / [edited by] Lans Bovenberg, Casper van Ewijk, Ed Westerhout.
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List of figures; List of tables; List of boxes; List of contributors; 1. Introduction Ed Westerhout; 2. Population ageing and financial and social sustainability challenges of pension systems in Europe: a cross-national perspective Asghar Zaidi; 3. The World Bank's pension policy framework and the Dutch pension system: a paradigm for the multi-pillar design? Richard Hinz; 4. Credit crisis and pensions: international scope Nicholas Barr; 5. Designing the pension system: conceptual framework Lans Bovenberg and Casper van Ewijk; 6. Private versus public risk sharing: should governments provide reinsurance? Henning Bohn; 7. The redistribution of macroeconomic risks by Dutch institutions Leon Bettendorf and Thijs Knaap; 8. The consequences of indexed debt for welfare and funding ratios in the Dutch pension system Roel Beetsma and Alessandro Bucciol; 9. Rational pensions for irrational people: behavioral science lessons for the Netherlands Zvi Bodie and Henriëtte Prast; 10. Opportunities for improving pension wealth decumulation in the Netherlands Jeffrey Brown and Theo Nijman; 11. The future of multi-pillar pension systems Lans Bovenberg and Casper van Ewijk; Index.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Pensions -- Finance.
Pension trusts -- Investments.
Pension trusts -- Netherlands -- Case studies.
Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economics / General. -- bisacsh