NDC v FDC: Pros, cons and replication
AbstractThis paper examines the advantages and disadvantages of non-financial defined contribution (NDC) pension plans relative to financial defined contribution (FDC) pension plans. It also shows how an NDC outcome can be replicated in a FDC framework.
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Non-financial defined contribution; Financial defined contribution;
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