Ill-Defined Benefits: The Uncertain Present and Brighter Future of Employee Pensions in Canada
Attempts to shore up the classic single-employer, defined-benefit pension plan are the wrong response to Canada’s occupational pension problems. While tax and regulatory changes can help, Canadians need a new approach to retirement income that will pool risks, control costs, and avoid the agency problems that have put many pension promises at risk.
Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 250 (June)
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- Eric Tuer & Elizabeth Woodman, 2005. "Recent Trends in Canadian Defined-Benefit Pension Sector Investment and Risk Management," Bank of Canada Review, Bank of Canada, vol. 2005(Summer), pages 21-35.
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