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Public pensions under stress

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  • John B. Carlson

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The financial crisis has made it all too clear that regulators failed to see into the dark corners of the financial system. With that in mind, the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland and Atlanta have formed a Financial Monitoring Team to study pension funds and municipal finance with an eye toward implications for the wider economy and financial system. What concerns should we have? In this article and other articles from this spring issue of Forefront, we explain where risks could be building and how reforms might help forestall their impact on the broader economy and financial system.

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  • John B. Carlson, 2012. "Public pensions under stress," Forefront, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, issue Spring, pages 1-41..
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedcff:y:2012:i:spring:p:41p.:n:v.3no.1
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