The structure, regulation, and performance of pension funds in nine industrial countries

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Davis, E.P.; DEC;
  • Subject: Pensions&Retirement Systems,Insurance&Risk Mitigation,Environmental Economics&Policies,Insurance Law,Banks&Banking Reform

The author offers an overview of issues relating to the development of funded pension schemes in industrial countries. The analysis applies the economic theory of pension regulation to experience with the structure, regulation, and performance of funds in nine countries... View more
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