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Private Pension Policies in Industrialized Countries: A Comparative Analysis

  • John Turner

    (U.S. Department of Labor)

  • Noriyasu Watanabe

    (International Pension Research Institute)

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    In this comprehensive review of private pension systems in effect world-wide, Turner and Watanabe discuss the fundamental issues facing nations as they adopt and expand private pension systems including: the degree of privatization, tax policy, risk and insurance from risk, pension financing, labor market issues, and the adequacy of retirement income.

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    This book is provided by W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research in its series Books from Upjohn Press with number ppp and published in 1995.
    ISBN: cloth 9780880991506 paper 9780880991490
    Handle: RePEc:upj:ubooks:ppp
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